3 NC Cops Fired for Racist Rants, Talks of Civil War to Kill All Black People

By | On June 26, 2020

Three officers in Wilmington, North Carolina, were fired after dash-cam footage recorded two phone conversations of the officers making shocking racist remarks.

Michael 'Kevin' Piner, James 'Brian' Gilmore, and Jessie E. Moore II were all terminated from the force. A conversation between Piner and Gilmore featured them speaking about the protests after the death of George Floyd.

A summary states: "Their conversation eventually turned to the topic of the protests against racism occurring across the nation. Piner tells Gilmore that the only thing this agency is concerned with 'kneeling down with the black folks.' Gilmore then said that he watched a video on social media about white people bowing down on their knees and 'worshipping blacks.'"

The conversation then turned to a Black officer on the force, who Piner called "bad news" and a "piece of sh*t." Piner then added, "Let’s see how his boys take care of him when shit gets rough, see if they don’t put a bullet in his head."

Later that day, Piner received a call from Moore, and the summary states that "Moore began telling Piner about an arrest he had made at work the day before. During that conversation, Moore refers to the female as a 'n*gro' and a 'n***er' on multiple occasions." He also referred to a magistrate judge as a "f*cking n*gro magistrate," and stated, "she needed a bullet in her head right then and move on. Let’s move the body out of the way and keep going."

The summary then details a conversation between Piner and Moore where Piner states that a civil war is coming, and he is recorded saying, "We are just gonna go out and start slaughtering them fucking n***ers. I can’t wait. God, I can’t wait.' Moore responded that he would not do that. Officer Piner then told Cpl. Moore that he felt society needed a civil war to 'wipe 'em off the f*cking map. That'll put 'em back about four or five generations.'"

During an investigation, the officers admitted that it was their voices in the recording and they defended their actions by saying they were "venting" about "the stress of today’s climate in law enforcement." 

Source: Port City Daily




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