50 Cent: You Can’t Trust Police; Compton SD Has ‘Executioners’ Squad!
According to reports, there is an alleged group of cops who are part of the Compton Police department. They are comprised of only white males. No black men or women are allowed in this police gang. 50 Cent says, “You can’t trust shit, the police are gang too!” Read on for more about Compton SD Has ‘Executioners’ Squad…
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CelebNMusic247.com has learned via 50 Cent and a news report by ABC7 Los Angeles, that the police in Compton has an execution squad.
Compton’s mayor and city activists shared stories of mistreatment by sheriff’s deputies as they called for an investigation into a rogue deputy gang.
Mayor Aja Brown shares that when a Compton sheriff’s deputy flipped a U-turn and pulled her over multiple sheriff’s showed on to the scene.
Brown recalled Tuesday outside Compton City Hall:
I rolled my window down and asked why I was being pulled over. Within seconds almost seven to nine sheriff deputy vehicles descended upon the scene.
They ordered me out of my vehicle and they asked me to put my hands on top of the police vehicle so they could search me as if I were a criminal. Mind you, I was accompanied by my husband and my infant daughter in the back seat. I did not look like someone that is trafficking drugs.
Compton Mayor Aja Brown was driving through the city she leads last June when a Compton sheriff’s deputy flipped a U-turn and pulled her over. Brown was in her family car, along with her husband and baby daughter.
The mayor of Compton is calling for a federal investigation.
It is said that the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Compton patrol station. The station’s deputies have been in the spotlight since news surfaced last week of an alleged deputy gang with matching tattoos known as the “Executioners.”
Brown said the “Executioners” are said that “they terrorize the community and then they cover their tracks”. “It is unacceptable, we will not take this.”
Mayor Brown’s account came as city and community leaders called for a federal and state civil rights investigation into the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Compton patrol station. The station’s deputies have been in the spotlight since news surfaced last week of an alleged deputy gang with matching tattoos known as the “Executioners.”
In a statement released Tuesday, the LASD said:
We are aware of the allegations regarding Compton Station and have launched multiple investigations. Early on, the Sheriff invited the Federal Bureau of Investigation to conduct their own investigation and information is actively being shared with them.