The veil continues to be lifted off of Black Lives Matter, a group many believe should believe should be labeled a domestic terrorist organization.
On the heels of the discovery that the killer of Kentucky State Trooper Joseph Ponder on Sunday, Joseph Thomas Johnson-Shanks, was an avid Black Lives Matter supporter, another disturbing incident occurred, this time in Austin, Texas.
A police officer, using the restroom at a local store, found graffiti on the wall that read “Shoot the cops, oink oink bang bang, Black Lives Matter.”
The discovery was posted on the Austin Police Department’s Facebook page with the message “Found in south Austin. Watch your backs.”
“I’m pretty disappointed that it was not reported by the actual business itself and it’s unfortunate to have an officer uncover that,” Austin Police Association President Ken Casady told KXAN. “People are certainly allowed to give their opinion, but when you call for the death of people, that is absolutely not acceptable.”
“Sometimes police departments do deserve criticism. I’m not saying we’re perfect, but you should never ever call for someone’s death or assassination,” Casady added.
The name and location of the store has not been revealed by the authorities, but a convenience store chain called “Corner Store” commented on the Facebook post, asking for information about the incident.
“We support and greatly appreciate the police in all communities. We do not condone the message in this photo and take this matter very seriously,” the company wrote. “If you have any information about the location of this store in South Austin, please let us know ASAP to help us promptly address this matter. You may message us privately for confidential purposes. Thank you.”
A criminal mischief case has been opened in regards to the incident.
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