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June 29th, 2020 at 9:28 PM, Officer Kenkel of the Provo Provo Police Department in Provo Utah, can be seen on his own body came footage conspiring with an unknown man to mobilize 30 to 50 people, to wipe out a group of protesters calling for police reform, who were marching in the streets just a few blocks down.

This footage was captured just a few minutes after several cars drove into the crowd of demonstrators and shots were fired, resulting in numerous people being injured.

You would think that the Provo Police Department would have viewed this as a serious and dangerous situation. Demonstrators' and the public’s safety were at risk, due to violent criminals wielding their cars as weapons, driving them into crowds of people. This was all while an unknown gunman was at large, hidden among the group of peacefully assembled protesters marching in the streets of downtown Provo, Utah, potentially waiting in silence for his next victim.

Instead of rushing to the scene to prevent further people from being injured, arrest the drivers who had attempted vehicular manslaughter, and to find and apprehend the unknown shooter. They instead silently stood by and watched from just a few blocks down, during an active shooter situation and then purposely allowed, several known violent criminals, to ram their vehicles, into crowds of demonstrators, as officers watched, just a few blocks away, when screams jolted into the air, due to, violent convicts, wielding their cars as weapons, ran down innocent bystanders, in the middle of streets.

Later that night, at 10:13 PM, Officers Jackson's body cam footage captured Provo Police’s dark and sinister plans, to put an end to the protesters for good.

But this is just the beginning and truly understand what is to come, let's take a trip back in time, just a month before the night of June 29, to May of 2020, when widespread protests ignited across the country demanding police reform, due to the death of Gorge Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, who was suffocated to death by a Minneapolis police officer named Derek Chauvin.

These mass protests were not uncalled for, as Floyd was proven to be murdered almost a year later, on June 25th, 2021. When Chauvin was later convicted by a Jury of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter for the brutal killing of the unarmed black man.

Justice was served. But this is just one of the thousands of instances that occur every year and police brutality can come in various forms, none as so obvious, as a blatant murder in the middle of the streets at the hands of the Police. More common are staged crimes and fabricated charges, by law enforcement entities across the United States, to target people of color and other groups minority across America. Which are often overlooked due to the vast resources and connections Police Departments have at their disposal to cover up their bigotry and racism. They utilize local and national news outlets and social media to spread disinformation, in an effort to demonize, criminalize and discredit any victim caught in their web of lies and manipulation.

My investigation of these lesser-known acts of hatred and discrimination against people of color within America’s Law Enforcement Agencies started in late May in the year 2020. Then almost a month later, in June, my research lead me to a police department in a small religious town called Provo Utah.

This is where several protest organizations planned a demonstration calling for police reform, within the Provo Police Department. In the most unsuspecting of places, I would soon find all the answers to the questions I had been seeking. But I never planned for what would happen next, and I would be at the center of it all.