Out And Out Bounties Have Been Placed On Police Officers In This State…

Officers who fatally shot Jayland Walker have bounties on their heads, said Akron Police Chief Steve Mylett.

 Walker, 25, was killed on June 27 after a vehicle and foot chase that followed an attempted traffic stop in Akron.

The city has a long history of not providing names of officers involved in shootings and the department has a responsibility to protect the community, including officers and their families, Mylett said.
On Monday, Police officers in Akron, Ohio, were given the option to remove their name tags after facing threats and bounties following the officer-involved death of Jayland Walker last month.
“Look, the challenge right now is there’s been bounties placed on police officers’ heads,” Mylett said.
Walker was unarmed when shot, but authorities said he fired a shot from his car 40 seconds into the vehicle chase. He was shot to death by several officers, who have been put on administrative leave since.

100 Percent Fedup reported the latest Armed protests in connection to Jayland Walker’s death:

On July 3rd, the city of Akron released body cam footage in which no gun was visible in Jayland Walker’s hands. Since that day, there have been increasingly aggressive protests against police within the Ohio city.

July 13th marked Walker’s funeral, which bigoted director Spike Lee attended, and which was marked by protestors armed with AR-15s and, reportedly, “assault rifle” style weapons “securing” the funeral.

Akron has been under curfew since the incident and officials warn of roaming protestors targeting police and the city itself.

The armed protestors claim that they want to teach the black community how to “protect” themselves and “police their own communities,” however it is also crucial to note that, according to Akron’s chief of police, bounties have been placed on the heads of the officers involved in the shooting.

Chief Mylett said that they would not release the names of the officers for their own protection and that “the challenge right now is there’s been bounties placed on police officers’ heads.”

Although who placed the bounties is currently undisclosed, for the safety of the officers involved their names will not be released at this time.

The armed protestors have so far not committed any violent or destructive crimes, or at least none which have been reported. However, Akron remains braced for potential violence and clashes between protestors and police and residents.

The group who were seen during the armed protest were members of the Fred Hampton Gun Club, a black liberation movement group named for the assassinated Black Panthers leader.
Their mandate is, “To teach Black men and women how to properly protect themselves. We believe in setting up armed patrols and being able to police our own communities if possible.”

Source: 100percentfedup