Video: Police Shoot Violent Subject Who Was Beating Female Rookie Cop To Death

The Suspect, Willie Henly, Is “Alive And Talking” After Ofc. Karl Schultz Shot Him As He Brutally Beat A Female Rookie Cop With A Bat

Nationalist Review spoke to sources within the Buffalo Police Department who were privy to the details of the shooting. The rookie, who Nationalist Review can name as Ofc. Alyssa Peron, had been on the job for less than one week when the incident occurred, is doing well following the attack.

Since the suspect was black, Black Lives Matter has already begun twisting the details of this case in order to further their agenda (see below).

Officer Schultz took swift action to save the inexperienced female officer’s life and the suspect, Willie Henly, is expected to survive his wounds. Peron suffered 2-3 blows to the head from the suspect with the bat. Schultz is an Iraq war veteran who honorably served two tours. Previously, Schultz performed CPR in order to save the life of another man who was shot by police.

Henly, according to sources, was having a “mental health crisis” when he began to “blast the rookie with a bat.” Officers attempted to deescalate the situation, following Henly for four blocks as he screamed violent threats. Officers on the scene attempted to use a taser multiple times.

In March 2013, Henly’s son stabbed his mother’s boyfriend several times with a knife, causing injuries “that included a potentially fatal laceration to his heart.”

Officer Schultz was previously involved in another shooting incident that left a 15-year-old Hispanic boy paralyzed after he stole a car. With this information in mind, it’s not unlikely that the Black Lives Matter crowd will use today’s shooting as a means to sow chaos in Buffalo once more. Complicating matters further, the shooting officer is the cousin of Lt. Michael DeLong, the Buffalo Police member who was suspended for calling a woman “c***” earlier this year.

Buffalo Black Lives Matter Types Lie, Push Narrative Of Police Office Violence:

They just can’t help themselves. Black Lives Matter is already attempting to shape this narrative in a manner that suggests the shooting incident was avoidable. They’ve even gone so far as to claim that the victim died. All of this should sound familiar.

They’ve Even Spread A Rumor That The Suspect Died:

The Suspect Is In Stable Condition:

Video: New York Politician Directs Black Rioters To Loot In “Other” Communities

Buffalo city councilman Rasheed N.C. Wyatt recorded a livestream where he urged black rioters to do their looting outside of their own communities in order to avoid dissuading investors from developing black neighborhoods.

In an alarming post to his personal Facebook page, Rasheed N.C. Wyatt, a member of Buffalo’s city council, complained about the propensity for black rioters to loot and destroy their own neighborhoods. Exasperated with this dilemma, he came up with an idea: they could go do their looting in other communities.

Wyatt, representing the University District, is one of nine members serving on the Buffalo’s Common Council, which acts as the city government’s legislative branch.

“Don’t go that way, the police are over there,” Wyatt directs the rioters at the start of the video.

“We trying to do so much in our community, and I’m telling you, we can do better. We gotta find out how to do this. But not in a way that tears up our neighborhood. Why would we tear up our neighborhood? I see all the protests going on all throughout the country and we tearing up our neighborhood. Go somewhere else and loot, loot somewhere else. Don’t loot in our neighborhood.”

The obvious implication of his rant is that the individuals ought to be looting in predominantly white neighborhoods. During the 16 minute video, Wyatt helps direct rioters away from the police and towards safer places to cause mayhem, comments on how he believes Dr. Martin Luther King was only nonviolent because black people didn’t own enough guns to win, and stated that he believes looters should leave their own communities and wreak havoc in others.

“Do you know why Dr. King talked about non-violence? Because we don’t have enough guns.”

Wyatt had another alarming take on the civil rights movement during his broadcast. According to the Buffalo politician, Martin Luther King Jr. only advocated non-violence because black people didn’t have enough guns to win. To win what? A race war? Wyatt isn’t clear. The statement comes at about 11 minutes and 15 seconds into his stream.

Video: Police Attacked By Rioter Who Drove Car Over Buffalo Officers

Buffalo, New York Riots Have Escalated With A Number Of Officers Being Run Over By A Rioter

It’s unclear at this time how many officers were hit and what condition they are in. We do have unconfirmed reports from people on the ground that two officers were hit, two people were shot, and that three are now in custody. Nationalist Review cannot confirm these details but will update this story as new information is released.

Are these the peaceful protesters we hear so much about?

A second angle of the attack: