In Nazi Germany, one of the primary methods of exterminating the people who were considered non-white at the time, was burning them alive in prison camps. There was a police force, political system, and media apparatus in place that was complicit in these racial exterminations. No one within that white supremacist system did anything to stop those killings.
Now this week in the United States of America, a suspected white supremacist prosecutor Katherine Fernandez Rundle, who has a history of allowing race soldiers to execute Black citizens, has helped sanction the official start of prison camp exterminations of Black people.
Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s office announced that the four guards who oversaw what amounted to the boiling of a mentally ill Black man, will not be charged with a crime.
In June of 2012, 50-year old Darren Rainey, a schizophrenic man serving time for cocaine possession, was unconstitutionally executed in the Dade Correctional Institution. According to prison witnesses and civil rights groups, Rainey died after guards locked him in a shower for two hours with water at 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Nurses who examined Rainey said that he had burns over 90 percent of his body — and that his skin fell off at the touch.
At least six inmate witnesses said that correctional officers had rigged the shower so that they could control the temperature from the outside, and that they purposefully turned the water to temperatures that scalded Rainey. The inmate witnesses also claim that Rainey could be heard kicking the shower door and screaming “Please take me out! I can’t take it anymore!
The fact that the US Constitution was completely violated because of the race of the victim, and the fact that the victim was allowed to be burned alive inside of a concentration prison camp setting, and no perpetrators of this racial extermination will be punished by the so-called judicial system, shows that we are entering the extermination stage of the American white supremacy system.
The question is, what are Black people going to do about this?