Junior Alexander Manon murdered by Toronto police


On Wednesday, May 5, Toronto police murdered 18-year-old Junior Alexander Manon.
Junior, known as "Tubz" to his friends and loved ones, drove with a friend in the area of York University located near Steeles Avenue West — when the police decided to pull them over.
The police searched the two young African men and found no weapons or drugs but returned a short while later to say they were impounding the vehicle and arresting Junior.
Shortly after, a foot pursuit took place that resulted in Junior being brutally beaten to death by the police.
Junior’s friend, an eyewitness to the murder, stated that originally two cops tackled Junior and started beating him.
These two cops called for back up and a few minutes later eight other cops joined in.
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They punched and kicked Junior, repeatedly and a short while later Junior was dead. This witness stated that he watched in horror as the police beat his friend to death.
Since the killing, the bourgeois media has been giving false reports that police chased Junior and collapsed under his own free will and died of a heart attack.
This is not possible as Junior was a very healthy boy and only 18 years of age.
The story contradicts the evidence gathered at the scene, which reveals a struggle took place.
One day later, an imprint remained in the grass of Junior’s body where the police, according to the eyewitness, had their knees in his chest as they beat him.
Also, there was still a large amount of blood in the spot where Junior laid dying.
This overt terror is now a common occurrence in the city of Toronto at the hands of the police.

Africans are routinely beaten, jailed and murdered by these vicious murderers.
Police continue to use the war on gangs and guns as a guise to contain our community.
On Tuesday, May 4, police conducted several raids in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) arresting dozens of Africans. These raids reached as far as the Dominican Republican.
It is no coincidence that one day after demonizing our community those cops murdered Junior.
The International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement (InPDUM) Toronto is in the midst of a campaign to end police containment in the black community.
We demand justice for Junior and his family and an end to police containment.
Justice for Junior!
Jail the killer cops!
End police containment of the black community!


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