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    L.A. POLICE FIRE ON ILLEGAL ALIEN PROTESTERS - UPDATED

    Police fire at least 2 volleys of non-lethal projectiles during protest over police shooting

    September 7, 2010 | 9:46 pm

    Los Angeles police Tuesday night fired at least two volleys of nonlethal projectiles at crowds near 6th Street and Union Avenue in Westlake as people protested the fatal shooting of a man who officers said was threatening them and passersby with a switch-blade Sunday afternoon.

    Police used bullhorns to declare an unlawful assembly around 9:30 p.m., and some in the crowd hurled rocks and bottles in the direction officers.

    The demonstrators, including families with children, bolted down the street and into alleyways as the nonlethal shots were fired. During the ruckus, witnesses said, a man fell off his bicycle and struck his head.

    The 20-year-old, Jesus Alejandro Hernandez Carmona, was lying on the ground and bleeding profusely from the left side of his head. He was near a candle-lighted memorial to Jamines.

    Carmona was surrounded by a crowd, which was bookended by police lined up along 6th and Union on the east and Burlington Avenue on the west.

    Los Angeles Fire Department ambulances were at the scene but were not crossing the police line. When asked by a reporter why the man was not receiving medical attention, a police commander said, “Tough.â€
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    LAPD on Tactical Alert in Westlake District After Violent Protest

    Second night of violent protests after a controversial officer involved shooting.

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    10:08 p.m. PDT, September 7, 2010

    WESTLAKE -- LAPD is on Tactical Alert in the Westlake District after a second night of vilolent protests over the shooting of a knife-wielding man.

    Several hundred people gathered on the streets of Westlake District near 6th and Union streets.

    Protestors threw rocks, eggs and bottles at police officers. KTLA Sky 5 captured video of protestors rolling a burning dumpster at police.

    In the meantime, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is defending the "use of deadly force" in an officer involved shooting that has sparked outrage and violence in the Westlake district.

    Manuel Jamines, 37, was shot and killed by police on Sunday after officials say he threatened someone with a knife. Jamines was a Guatemalan day laborer, husband, and father of three.

    Chief Beck told the Police Commission Tuesday that the officer who shot Jamines acted in self defense of life on Sunday.

    Dozens of angry protesters began gathering outside the LAPD's Rampart Community Police Station on West Sixth Street Monday afternoon shouting "Justicia!" which translates to "Justice!"

    Protesters, however, said the man had been unarmed and was killed for no reason, but police say he was brandishing a knife.

    It all started at the busy shopping area near 6th and Union streets in the Westlake District on Sunday when four police officers on bicycles were called to investigate reports of a man with a knife threatening someone, according to Lt. Andrew Neiman of the Los Angeles Police Department.

    According to Chief Beck, the officers ordered the man to drop the knife several times in both English and Spanish but he refused. The man then lunged at officers in a threatening manner with the knife over his head. That's when they fired, shooting him.

    Jamines died at the scene a short time later. People in the area gathered into a crowd at the scene immediately after the shooting and were heard angrily yelling at one of the officers.

    A group of about 40 protesters gathered the day after the shooting, on Monday, claiming Jamines was shot for no reason.

    Most of the protesters dispursed after the officers ordered the crowd to disperse around 10:00 p.m. Monday, but a small number stayed, chanted "assassination," set trash cans and mattresses on fire and threw objects, including metal poles, rocks and bottles at officers, according to LAPD spokesman Gregory Baek.

    Four people were arrested on misdemeanor charges of inciting a riot. Two police officers were hurt. Both have been treated for their injuries and have returned to duty.

    Reporters asked Chief Beck Tuesday if officers could have used nonlethal weapons to subdue Jamines. Beck said bicycle officers frequently do not carry with them the selection of beanbag rifles and other weapons found in a traditional patrol car.
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    100 protesters throw rocks, eggs at LAPD station

    By RAQUEL MARIA DILLON, Associated Press Writer
    Tuesday, September 7, 2010 at 9:22 p.m.

    LOS ANGELES — Protesters on Tuesday night pelted a police station with eggs, rocks and bottles despite Police Chief Charlie Beck's plea for calm earlier in the day and his promise to thoroughly investigate an officer's fatal shooting of a Guatemalan immigrant wielding a knife.

    At a late-afternoon news conference, Beck said only 40 seconds went by between the time officers made contact with Manuel Jamines on Sunday and the moment an officer shot him twice.

    The shooting prompted demonstrations Monday near MacArthur Park, a densely packed neighborhood west of downtown populated with recent immigrants from Central America. Four people were arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor inciting a riot, and others threw rocks and bottles at police, slightly injuring three officers, Officer Bruce Borihanh said.

    The protest gained steam again Tuesday night, when about 100 people took their complaints to the Rampart police station near downtown Los Angeles, about two blocks from where Jamines died, said Lt. Andrew Neiman.

    Officers were trying to move the demonstrators away from the station but had made no arrests as of 9:30 p.m.

    Beck said the incident involving Jamines started when someone flagged down three bicycle officers to tell them a man was threatening people with a knife.

    The officers approached the suspect and told him in Spanish and English to put down the knife. Instead, Jamines raised the knife above his head and lunged at Officer Frank Hernandez, a 13-year veteran of the department, Beck said.

    Eyewitness accounts from six civilians, nine police personnel and two fire department staff indicate Hernandez fired twice "in immediate defense of life," Beck said. Jamines, 37, died at the scene.

    Investigators recovered a bloody, 6-inch knife at the scene but didn't know where the blood came from.

    "This was a very brief moment in time, just 40 seconds between first contact and the time of the shooting," Beck said. "He rushed the officers with a knife so he's controlling the timeframe. Sometimes officers can't create time or distance."

    Beck said the timeline was based on preliminary interviews, and the department's Force Investigation Division will conduct an exhaustive probe. The three officers involved in the shooting have been temporarily reassigned during the investigation.

    Jamines' neighbors described him as being drunk but not dangerous.

    "Killing a drunk isn't right," said Jamines' cousin Juan Jaminez, 38, a day laborer. He and others said Jamines was a friendly, hardworking man who liked to drink on the weekends but wasn't violent.

    Jamines had a wife and three children - ages 13, 6 and 8 - in his hometown of Mazatenango, Guatemala, his cousin said.

    He came to the United States six years ago to find work as a day laborer and spent most of his time looking for jobs in the parking lot of the Home Depot a block away.

    "The officer who did this should be subject to discipline and a thorough investigation," said Juan Flores, 39, a cook at a downtown restaurant who knew Jamines. "We want to know, is he on vacation or is he fired?"

    Flores said the officers should have used a non-lethal weapon to subdue Jamines.

    Beck said the officer who shot Jamines had no baton or stun gun with him. He said bicycle officers frequently do not carry the selection of non-lethal weapons found in patrol cars.

    On Tuesday evening, dozens of people lit prayer candles at the site where Jamines was killed.

    Demonstrators had hung posters with Spanish slogans that said: "The people demand accountability," "No more murders," and "The police murdered a day laborer and we demand justice."

    Juana Neri, 57, a Mexican immigrant housewife who lives nearby, pushed her grocery bag in a baby stroller past the corner where Jamines was killed.

    "It's bad, what the police did, but what's worse is the silly stuff that people were doing here," she said, referring to Monday's violence. "We are not in our country, and with the problems that Hispanic immigrants have these days, it's better not to cause problems."

    Lt. Andrew Neiman said Monday's peaceful candlelight vigil escalated to violence because a group handing out fliers for the Revolutionary Communist Party rallied the crowd with a bullhorn until the police declared an unlawful assembly.

    "They were antagonistic, vocal and derogatory to the police," Neiman said. "They tie themselves to immigrants' rights protests, and people who live there say they're not from the community."

    A telephone listing for the Revolutionary Communist Party could not be found.

    Beck said the brawling was caused by several factors.

    "First, we understand this is an emotional issue and we need to get the facts out. Second, there's the outside agitators. And finally, it was the third day of a three-day weekend and some people in the crowd had been drinking," he said.

    The police union issued a statement Tuesday calling the shooting a "tragic incident" and saying community activists were trying to stir up controversy.

    "Getting drunk and threatening bystanders and then LAPD officers with a knife is dangerous and self-destructive in any language," the Los Angeles Police Protective League's statement said. "This was not and should not be a controversial shooting."

    MacArthur Park was the site of a May 1, 2007, clash in which police officers pummeled immigration rights marchers and reporters with batons and shot rubber bullets into the crowd. Dozens of protesters and journalists were injured. Police said it began with a group of "agitators" outside the park throwing objects at officers.

    The embarrassing incident cost the city more than $13 million in lawsuit settlements. Police were retrained on crowd control, forming skirmish lines, using batons in a crowd and using extraction teams to identify and arrest violent demonstrators.

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    Revolutionary Communist Party, USA

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    The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA (RCP, USA), known originally as the Revolutionary Union, is a Maoist Communist party formed in 1975 in the United States. The RCP states that U.S. imperialism will never peacefully end, and that the only way for people to liberate themselves is through Communist revolution.

    The Bay Area Revolutionary Union (BARU) and other collectives had been rooted in the Revolutionary Youth Movement II (RYM II) faction of the Students for a Democratic Society after the latter fell apart in 1969. There were also discussions with several other Marxist-Leninist groups in the short-lived National Liaison Committee. The party is led by its elected National Chairman and primary theoretical spokesperson, Bob Avakian. It is one of the few surviving direct descendants of the New Left of the 1960s and 70s.

    Though not necessarily so when compared with similar parties in the more general revolutionary-communist movement, such as those rooted in Maoism that are now "post-Maoist", or those who look to other leaders (or to none) for their communism, the RCP, when straightforward "Maoism" as it was originally defined is considered, is indisputably the biggest, most active, and most widely-recognized group in the U.S that advocates this.

    Part of its influence can be seen in the numbers of groups it has spawned in recent decades. RCP members and supporters have been at the forefront of groups Refuse and Resist, founded by C. Clark Kissinger; October 22 Coalition to Stop Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation; La RĂ©sistencia; No Business As Usual; the anti-war groups Not in Our Name and World Can't Wait; affiliated youth groups the Attica Brigade, Revolutionary Student Brigade and the Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade; and its network of "Revolution Clubs". The RCP also runs Revolution Books, a bookstore and publishing house based in New York City.Revolution Books

    Young supporters join Revolution Clubs under the slogans "humanity needs revolution and Communism" and "fight the power, and transform the people, for revolution." Historically, one of the group's most notable actions was raising the Red Flag over the Alamo Mission in San Antonio on March 20, 1980. This was done by Damian Garcia, who was killed a month later, April 22, 1980, in a Los Angeles housing project. The RCP claims his murder was a result of his actions at the Alamo, and alleges LAPD involvement. Another notable action was when a member of the RCP's youth organization, the Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade, burned a United States flag at the Republican National Convention in 1984, leading to the Supreme Court case known as Texas v. Johnson.

    The RCP enthusiastically supported the 1992 violent Los Angeles social unrest in the aftermath of the Rodney King verdicts as a "rebellion", and then-LAPD chief Daryl Gates went so far as to allege that the RCP was explicitly involved in the riots, something that actually echoed the NYPD's similar conviction about the Progressive Labor Party's involvement in the 1960s Harlem riots, which that organization was proven to have led.[citation needed] Los Angeles has long been one of the RCP's larger and more active branches, given the party's California roots. William "Mobile" Shaw was until recently its leader.

    As a result of criminal indictments stemming from a protest against Deng Xiaoping at the White House in 1979, Bob Avakian fled the United States. Due primarily to this, the RCP is active in both the United States and Western Europe. The protest, known colloquially as the Deng Demo, was part of an attempt to "realign" the international communist movement so that it recognized that socialism had been defeated in China, and that a capitalist-oriented leadership had seized power.

    The RCP helped found the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement, an association of revolutionary communist parties and organizations from Afghanistan to Italy. The RCP has both defended and criticized fellow RIM participants leading People's War, including the Communist Party of Peru (Shining Path) and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). The RIM is a significant fraction of the international communist movement that sees the socialist period as one of continuing class struggle, with the role of a vanguard party in government to bring the lower classes increasingly into the administration of society as a whole.

    Major RIM parties, including the RCP and the CPN-M, argue that while the Soviet Union was essentially genuinely socialist under Stalin's government, power-induced "absolutism" nevertheless hindered the ability of the masses to rule, and to replenish the truly revolutionary CPSU ranks over time.

    Avakian in particular says that communists must acknowledge the real history, with its victories as well as its mistakes, and "do better next time". Advocates for Avakian's "new synthesis" of communism contend that this synthesis has advanced the communist project in three areas: philosophy, politics and the strategic conception of how one would actually make revolution in a country like this.[1].

    [edit] Origins
    Bob Avakian was one of many activists in The Sixties who turned to communist ideas and began organizing in the Bay Area of California. H. Bruce Franklin, Stephen Charles Hamilton, and Bob Avakian together formed the Bay Area Revolutionary Union, or BARU, which was subsequently able to absorb a series of similar local collectives which had developed out of Students for a Democratic Society. The new nationwide structure allowed BARU to change its name to simply the Revolutionary Union.

    The RCP claims that of the various groups coming out of SDS, it was the first to seriously attempt to develop itself both at the theoretical level, with the publication of "Red Papers 1", and at the practical level, by sinking roots into working class communities and struggles. Notable was Avakian's organizing work at a Chevron plant in the Bay Area as an organizing model to link the insurgent student movements with working people in struggle.[citation needed] This turn to 1970s "point of production" organizing was a broader phenomenon which was expanded throughout the Midwest and into the Appalachian coal fields during the wildcat upsurges through 1980.

    Such rapid expansion was not without its problems, however, and in 1971 H. Bruce and Jane Franklin led a section of the RU to fuse with the Venceremos Organization, advocating immediate urban guerrilla warfare and then dissolving shortly thereafter.

    After a series of unsuccessful unity meetings with nationality-based communist organizations called the National Liaison Committee, including the Black Workers Congress and Maoist-inspired Young Lords Party, the RU formed the Revolutionary Communist Party in 1975. The new organization stated its goal was the building of a "party of a new type," inducing some other Maoists to criticize it for revisionism. The organization had a strong "workerist" orientation concentrated upon mass line, and many members became engaged in point of production organizing and trade union struggle.

    Tensions over this "workerist" tendency came to a head within the RCP in 1977 around whether China remained a communist country after the death of Mao Zedong and subsequent leadership struggles in the People's Republic of China between the Gang of Four and Hua Guofeng. Bob Avakian developed the analysis and led the forces within the RCP that declared that there had been a coup in China following Mao’s death and the new Chinese leadership was taking China on a capitalist road. The RCP's Vice Chairman, Mickey Jarvis, along with an estimated 30–40% of the membership and most of the Revolutionary Student Brigade formally left the RCP to form the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters (RWHq). In subsequent polemics, the RCP has dubbed the RWHq faction "Mensheviks" after Lenin's opponents in the RSDLP.[2]

    Among older members of the RCP, there is a high proportion of Vietnam War-era veterans, including participants in the VVAW-AI. Joe Veale, the spokesperson for the Los Angeles area branch, was a former member of the Black Panther Party. C. Clark Kissinger, a writer for Revolution and prominent activist associated with the RCP, was a national secretary of SDS.

    The RCP was controversial for being one of the few groups in the American left that held a position that homosexuality constituted a conscious "ideological statement" and was a byproduct of capitalism. Within the last decade, with the publication of the New Draft Program of the RCP USA, they have repudiated that position, criticizing it as incorrect, unscientific and not "thoroughly Marxist". The RCP now holds that all sexual and intimate relations in bourgeois society are largely dominated by the ideology of male supremacy and exist within a framework of social relations where the oppression of women is an integral and fundamental part.[3]

    [edit] Views on the United States
    The RCP has written that the United States "is a country founded on genocide and slavery" and that the RCP has a "special challenge and responsibility to make revolution, at the earliest possible time, right within the belly of this most powerful imperialist beast." The RCP has also stated that "the development of capitalism in the U.S. is a history of the most savage oppression of the Black, Native American, Chicano, Puerto Rican, Hawaiian, Asian, and other oppressed peoples" and that "the proletariat must overthrow and thoroughly smash and dismantle the bourgeois state. And that requires war."[4]

    [edit] RCP today
    Following the re-election of George W. Bush, the RCP released a statement called "The Battle for the Future". It calls Bush a Christian Fascist and calls on the masses to resist. The document also puts forward Bob Avakian as the party's leader. Several supporters of the RCP initiated a campaign entitled World Can't Wait: Drive Out the Bush Regime to facilitate a political "re-polarization" around the current right-wing shift in U.S. government. Hundreds of protests and rallies, as well as disruption of prominent governmental speakers has ensued.[citation needed] Most recently, World Can't Wait organized a series of nationwide protests on October 5, 2006 and has been at the forefront of efforts to impeach Bush and Vice President Cheney for "war crimes and other crimes against humanity".

    In 2005, the RCP changed the name of its newspaper from Revolutionary Worker to Revolution. According to their website, the May 1, 2005 issue of RW newspaper signaled the end of 25 years of Revolutionary Worker/Obrero Revolucionario and the beginning of Revolution/RevoluciĂłn. "[W]e believe that the new name more fully reflects our revolutionary communist ideology and politics, and the enriched vision of a tribune of the people that has been pioneered by RCP Chairman Bob Avakian."

    In late 2005 and early 2006 the RCP launched the Revolutionary Communist Speaking Tour (RC4) of Black leaders intended to "build a Communist movement among the people locked on the bottom of society in the current era of Bushite Christian-Fascism." The RC4 tour ended quietly with the disassociation of one of the lead speakers, Akil Bomani, due to disagreements about lyrics in one of his songs produced independently.

    Revolution Books distributes materials related to the RCP, and the revolutionary movement in general. They operate stores nationally, with a large store in New York City and a Spanish-language store, Libros Revolucion, in Los Angeles.

    After many years of self-imposed exile[5], Bob Avakian released a four-disk DVD set of speeches called Revolution given on the East Coast and the West Coast, presumably within the United States, although Avakian had not been seen in the country for over 20 years. Aside from continuing his advocacy of Communism, Avakian critiqued what he called dogmatism within the movement, and emphasized the role of thinking and learning in political struggle.

    The RCP had recently undergone a split in its ranks, concentrated around the role of revolutionary leadership. In published documents, the RCP has characterized this split as ultimately a struggle over the character of the party, between forces dedicated to revolution and those that have given up on making revolution in a country like the US.[6] In late December 2007, Mike Ely, the former editor of the Revolution newspaper, put out a polemic known as the "9 letters" which in the main accused RCP for being forced by the political line of Bob Avakian to push all work into promotion of his thought, which the 9 Letters went on to criticize. RCP has characterized Ely as "capitulating, and promoting capitulation to imperialism and its horrors, while maintaining a threadbare camouflage of communism and in fact pandering to and cohering all kinds of anti-communist prejudices – in the name of 'communism'".[7]

    [edit] Avakian's "Promotion and Popularization"
    The RCP has said that there are two mainstays of its work: the role of the party press and building a culture of "appreciation, promotion and popularization" of Bob Avakian and his body of work, method, and approach, "along with a whole ensemble of Communist work which is necessary to the bringing forward of a revolutionary people—including building “massive political resistance to the main ways in which, at any given time, the exploitative and oppressive nature of this system is concentrated in the policies and actions of the ruling class and its institutions and agenciesâ€
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    LAPD declares tactical alert as fires burn in Westlake

    September 7, 2010 | 10:44 pm

    Fires were burning on Union Avenue and 6th Street in Westlake on Tuesday night as crowds clashed with Los Angeles Police Department officers.

    Hundreds of police, clad in helmets and wielding batons, had responded to the area. Officers formed skirmish lines as protesters scattered in alleys and streets adjacent to 6th Street.

    LAPD Officer Karen Rayner said a citywide tactical alert was declared, freeing up more officers to respond to the scene.

    She said she had not received any reports on whether people had been arrested or injured.

    Protesters were hurling bottles and other objects at officers, who declared an unlawful assembly about 9:30 p.m. The protesters had marched along 6th Street and past Union Avenue, where Manuel Jamines was shot Sunday by officers who say he lunged at them with a 6-inch switchblade and refused commands to drop the weapon.

    Police had completely cordoned off 6th Street between Union Lane on the east and Alvarado Street near MacArthur Park on the west. At least two volleys of nonlethal foam projectiles were fired at demonstrators.

    -- Kate Linthicum in Westlake and Robert J. Lopez in Los Angeles

    Photo: Police chase protesters on 6th Street. Credit: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times

    Monday: Police, residents face off over shooting

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    At least 15 arrested in Westlake as protesters hurl objects at police from rooftops

    September 7, 2010 | 11:16 pm

    As Los Angeles police pushed angry crowds west on 6th Street on Tuesday night, some protesters climbed atop multistory apartment buildings, where they threw objects at officers below.

    The officers responded by firing nonlethal foam projectiles toward the rooftops as residents peeked from their windows.

    At least 15 people were arrested for charges such as failure to disperse, Sgt. Alex Chogyoji of the Los Angeles Police Department said.

    Police said several officers were injured after being struck by bottles and rocks.

    Along 6th, trash bins burned, sirens wailed and police helicopters shined powerful searchlights across the area.

    By 11 p.m., the protest appeared to be calming.

    -- Kate Linthicum in Westlake


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    So much for the theory that "immigrants" are peaceful people who only come here to work. This violence may be the norm in their home countries, but it's unacceptable and against the law here. Arrest and deport anyone who engages in this type of behaviour.
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    Fox News reported this morning that the knife was a switch-blade. I don't know if this was a good shooting or not, but if the man wouldn't drop the knife when asked to do so, then what was the officer supposed to do? Wait for the illegal alien to stick him in the heart with it, and then go for his gun?

    This just shows yet another reason why we have to deport all these people. They don't understand our society, they don't understand our laws, they break our laws for personal gain, they defend each other for political purposes, they disturb our peace, threaten our law enforcement, and then whine, whine, whine. Then they want to sue, sue, sue. Meanwhile thousands of Americans are killed every year by these people and no one gives a damn but those of us who take the time to read the articles and grieve for them and their families.
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    The tribal nature of these people emerge whenever when one of their raza does something stupid and is held accountable. You don't like getting shot, then don't pull knives on anyone, especially police officers when drunk!

    Try pulling this crap in your home countries and see what happens.
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    Demorats future voters

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