Look: Sister Of Dallas Gunman Defends Him And Blasts Cops On Facebook

Look: Sister Of Dallas Gunman Defends Him And Blasts Cops On Facebook

She shares similar views as her brother.

Published July 9th

The sister of the Dallas sniper Micah Xavier Johnson posted a shocking anti-cop rant on Facebook just a day before her brother acted on similar feelings. 

As reportedNicole Johnson, posted on Wednesday (July 6) a message accusing “white people” of “killing us off” and “hiding behind that blue suit.” She also added “These cops need to get a taste of the life we now fear.”

In the days that have followed since the horrific shooting in Dallas that resulted in the death of 5 police officers, Johnson has again taken to Facebook to her thoughts, saying “The news will say what they think but those that knew him know he wasn’t like this.”

“Tired of y’all tryin’ [to] be on these cops side making it okay based off irrelevant info, when our own get killed over unjust s**t,” she said, prior to the shooting in Dallas and in response to the recent killing of Alton Sterling.

“Frankly you shouldn't even try to step in that man shoes saying what he did and why it was ok,” Johnson continued. “White people have and will continue to kill us off. The only difference is they serve the system hiding behind that blue suit and get off easy murdering civilians. Everything coming into the light and I for one think these cops need to get a taste of the life we now fear.”

“Man on life itself,” another Facebook update Johnson posted earlier in the week read. “I’m beginning to trust law less [and] less. Come a [year] from now, everybody will need a gun for protection.”

Johnson’s brother, Micah, shared her anger at police shootings, and also belonged to several Black militant groups on Facebook. 

After the attack, Nicole Johnson announced she is taking a break from social media, also adding, “Only close family can call me. This is the biggest loss we’ve had.”

View her social media posts sharing her views here

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Nicole Johnson via Facebook)

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