Based upon a new understanding that I received from reading about how we as Black people should avoid propagating the negative stories about the Black community and thus avoid being "conservative" I realize the sins in my ways.
The only problem with this particular strategy is that it provides cover for those who ARE CRIMINALS in our midst. The fact that this plan has no element in which the "Street Pirates" who receive this defensive cover are asked to "pull up" proves to be the fatal flaw as we put forth a false front to the rest of the world. Add to it that these Street Pirates are attacking our people and/or our community property or businesses within - this makes those who run the scheme co-conspirators.
So it is that we provide the latest tidbit of news. The Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School suffered a smash and grab robbery in which street pirates looked to steal computer and other electronic instructional aides from the school.
The street pirate DON'T GIVE A DAMN about their efforts to assist the "Digital Divide" to remain entrenched in certain communities. What is a learning tool to the student is a quick few hundreds of dollars in fenced equipment - no question asked about the source of the merchandise.
The street pirates have learned that a dab of "Goog Gone" will erase the "Property Of The Atlanta Public School System" stencil off of these items. If this marking is etched into the item - it is up to the purchaser of the stolen goods to ignore it and never bring the computer out in public. This is how it usually works.
One person was in custody early Monday and police were looking for at least one other suspect in an overnight smash-and-grab burglary at a southeast Atlanta high school.
WSB Radio reported that the thieves smashed their way into a computer lab at Maynard H. Jackson High School on Glenwood Avenue early Monday.
The suspects fled into nearby woods when officers arrived and interrupted the burglary.
"They were in and out in minutes," Atlanta police Officer Brian French told WSB.
Police said the fleeing suspects ditched the stolen computers in the woods.
Four computers were recovered, but more may be in the woods, police said.
The identity of the suspect who was arrested has not been released.
Channel 2 Action News reported that that man suffered cuts, likely from the window broken to gain entry to the school, and blood was found on some of the recovered computers.