Sandra Bland Murdered by Police?

Text (C) 2015 – Eric Reports.  Waller County, Prairie View, TX.  On July 10, 2015, driver Sandra Bland, 28, was pulled over by police officer, Brian Encinia for not signaling while changing lanes.  The conversation turns ugly after Ms. Bland refuses to put out a cigarette.  This is when the cop decides to arrest her, refusing to tell her why.  When Ms. Bland refuses to leave her car, the cop tells her that she is “resisting arrest” and threatens her with a Taser gun.  “I will light you up!”  She leaves the car, telling him “Wait ’til this gets to court!”  While stepping to the side of the road, there is a scuffle when he places handcuffs on her.  She screams, “You’re breaking my wrists!”  During the struggle, she is knocked to the ground, his knee in her back.  Also, she is heard, “You knocked my head into the ground, I got epilepsy.”  He says, “Good!”  (Some of this can be seen in an amateur cell phone video.  Unfortunately, the police dash cam video only shows them while they are near the car, although the rest can be heard in audio.)

Ms. Bland is held in jail over the weekend for not being able to pay the $5,000 bond.

July 13.  At approximately 7 a.m. Sandra Bland refuses breakfast.  Shortly after 8 a.m., she asks about making a phone call.  9:06 a.m.  Sandra Bland is found dead with a plastic bag tied around her neck.  Police declare that she has committed suicide.

Police eventually release the car dash cam video.  There appear to be edits – the police call them “glitches”.  Also, there is supposed to be a three hour jailhouse video from 6 – 9 a.m.  Only part of this has been shown to the public.  There is a gap from 7:18 to 7:24.

Opinion.  If I were Ms. Bland’s family, I would charge Officer Encinia with a hate crime, that is, mocking her for have epilepsy, in addition to false arrest and assault and battery.  If I were her family, I would do much more.

Murder?  Earlier, Ms. Bland threatened to expose the police officer in court.  Could this be a motive for murder?  Also, what happened from 7:18 – 7:24?  What if Sandra was forcibly hanged – a staged suicide?  While the police claim their innocence, we already know they have doctored the previous video.  Additionally, the plastic bag noose was not removed until 12:14 p.m.  Why would the police perform CPR with the bag still tied around her neck?

Police and the MSM have attempted to defame Sandra Bland by saying she had depression and mental issues.  Regardless, I don’t believe this woman committed suicide.  The media brings out the usual suspects:  the police-can-do-no-wrong crowd.  They have tried to shame her by calling her “arrogant”.  Why?  Because she didn’t grovel?  Because she didn’t shine the police officer’s shoes?

For those who take the other side by saying Sandra killed herself, it’s more than fair to say that the police drove her to it.  What happened when she was arrested?  What happened behind closed doors?  How could all this happen – the loss of a human life – over a failure to signal while changing lanes?

News experts have commented, saying this was wrong, but that the public must obey the police when ordered to.  If that’s true, America is done.  It’s over.  If we are all slaves to the government hirelings, it’s time to say that freedom is dead, deader than Sandra Bland.

Sandra Bland Dash Cam Video

Watch at your own risk!

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4 thoughts on “Sandra Bland Murdered by Police?

  1. Reblogged this on My Journey and commented:
    Text (C) 2015 – Eric Reports. Waller County, Prairie View, TX. On July 10, 2015, driver Sandra Bland, 28, was pulled over by police officer, Brian Encinia for not signaling while changing lanes. The conversation turns ugly after Ms. Bland refuses to put out a cigarette. This is when the cop decides to arrest her, refusing to tell her why. When Ms. Bland refuses to leave her car, the cop tells her that she is “resisting arrest” and threatens her with a Taser gun. “I will light you up!” She leaves the car, telling him “Wait ’til this gets to court!” While stepping to the side of the road, there is a scuffle when he places handcuffs on her. She screams, “You’re breaking my wrists!” During the struggle, she is knocked to the ground, his knee in her back. Also, she is heard, “You knocked my head into the ground, I got epilepsy.” He says, “Good!” (Some of this can be seen in an amateur cell phone video. Unfortunately, the police dash cam video only shows them while they are near the car, although the rest can be heard in audio.)…

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