“If you looked in our rearview mirror and saw this obese white devil who dressed in blue, donned a badge, wore a gun and dared to call herself a police officer – as our courageous brother Bradley did – would you shoot first and ask questions later or wait for your rights to be violated and quite possibly your rights to be taken.” Brevard County Black Foot Soldier William English  asked.

“We don’t want to encourage Soldiers to piss on streets that white people use, to smear feces on their buildings and to desecrate memorials and even the grave of racial terrorist Pill, but we do want to call attention to the extreme injustice of arresting a black man for defending himself against white police terror.”