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There’s a case unfolding in San Francisco that’s causing a lot of concern and getting a ton of attention. A young, black transvestite was caught shoplifting, and as a result, a black security guard ended up shooting and killing him. The security guard says it was self-defense and authorities quickly agreed. No charges were filed and he’s completely off the hook.

Many people are noticing the differences between this event and a recent similar incident that took place on a New York City subway, where a violent “Michael Jackson” impersonator threatened a train full of commuters. The outcome of that incident differed significantly, and many believe this is further proof that we have a broken, weaponized, political justice system.


The security guard who shot and killed a suspected shoplifter at a Walgreens in downtown San Francisco last month will not face criminal charges, the district attorney’s office announced Monday, saying the shooter acted in self-defense.

The district attorney’s office under Brooke Jenkins released surveillance video and a written report Monday regarding Michael Anthony’s fatal shooting of Banko Brown on April 27.

According to the report, the guard said Brown had repeatedly threatened to stab him prior to the shooting. Police did not find a knife in Brown’s possession, the report states, but prosecutors still determined his fear was reasonable.

“Given the totality of the circumstances, including the threat that Anthony believed, and could reasonably believe, the evidence shows that Brown’s shooting was not a criminal act because Anthony acted in lawful self-defense,” the report states. “Thus, Anthony is not criminally liable for the death of Brown.”

However, Brown’s family attorney John Burris told CNN’s Sara Sidner that the guard’s actions were “way beyond what was reasonable and necessary.”

In the video, Ms. Brown (born a woman) can be seen trying to exit the store but is confronted by a security guard named “Anthony.” A confrontation ensues as Ms. Brown pushes the guard, resulting in a physical altercation.

During the scuffle, “Anthony” manages to restrain Brown on the ground for approximately one minute before releasing her. Brown initially starts to leave, but at some point, she appears to turn around and walk towards “Anthony.” It is at this moment that “Anthony” fires a shot, hitting Brown and killing her.

Warning, it’s graphic:

On a side note, Ms. Brown was “misgendered” by her father in death:

The father of Banko Brown, the man shot dead by a security guard at a San Francisco Walgreens store, spoke publicly about the killing for the first time Wednesday after retaining civil rights attorney John Burris.

Terry Brown agreed to an interview with CBS News Bay Area about District Attorney Brooke Jenkins’ decision not to charge security guard Michael Earl-Wayne Anthony in the killing, which has generated protests and calls for the California Attorney General and the U.S. Department of Justice to intervene in the case.

Brown said that while he fully supports Banko’s gender transition, for the purposes of his interview, he wished to refer to Banko as China Brown, saying, “she will always be my little girl.”

Your heart breaks for that father who lost his little girl twice.

The security guard Anthony, a black man, won’t be charged because officials claim he was in mortal danger when the young man turned around, and thus, he acted in self-defense. On the other hand, Daniel Penny, a white man who saved an entire subway car of people from a violent and dangerous career criminal, is facing manslaughter charges and a potential prison sentence of 15 years.

Our justice system operates on a two-tiered basis, where individuals’ innocence or guilt is determined by their alignment on the political spectrum. Those who identify with left-wing ideologies or fit the liberal narrative will receive preferential treatment compared to those who lean towards the right-wing perspective. The only way to make sense of the extreme and outrageous variations we witness in the judicial system is by attributing them to politics.

Americans aren’t stupid, they know exactly what’s going on. They’ve come together to rally behind Good Samaritan Daniel Penny. They are generously donating to his legal fund, enabling him to bravely confront the Soros-funded, weaponized judicial system.

If you’d like to join the battle and donate to Mr. Penny’s defense, you can do so here.