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On the same day the Central Park Five received a standing ovation at the BET Awards (as Ann Coulter proved, the evidence of their guilt goes far beyond what Netflix dares admit), a white cop was executed by a black man – with a lengthy criminal record – in St. Louis. Officer Michael Langsdorf was facedown, stomach on the ground, when Bonette Meeks stood over him and fired one shot into his head. [Man charged in ‘execution’ of North County Cooperative officer: Officer Michael Langsdorf had been on the force for 3 months,, June 24, 2019]:

A North Carolina man with a lengthy criminal history fatally shot a North County Police Cooperative officer responding a report of a bad check inside a Wellston market Sunday, police said.

The shooting

North County Cooperative Police Officer Michael Langsdorf was called to Clay’s Wellston Food Market in the 6200 block of Page shortly after 4:30 p.m. after receiving a report of someone writing a bad check.

After arriving at the scene, the 40-year-old officer was confronted by the suspect, identified as Bonette Kymbrelle Meeks, during which a struggle ensued inside the store near the counter, according to police. Video surveillance inside the store reportedly captured the entire incident as it unfolded.

Police said during the struggle, the officer and suspect ended up on the floor. Major Ron Martin described the following moments during a press conference Monday morning:

“At some point Officer Langsdorf was on top of Meeks, I don’t know how, looking at the video, Mr. Meeks was able to do it, but he was able to pull a gun from his waistband, strike Officer Langsdorf in the side of the head a few times, which caused Officer Langsdorf to be in kind of a daze and lose his hold on Mr. Meeks. Mr. Meeks was able to stand up and stand over Officer Langsdorf as Officer Langsdorf was on the ground facedown, stomach down. Mr. Meeks had the gun in his hand, pointed the gun to the back of Officer Langsdorf’s head and fired one shot.”

Martin said the bullet struck Officer Langsdorf in the neck, traveled to his spinal cord and out his front chest. The officer was then rushed to Barnes-Jewish Hospital, where he was pronounced dead around 5:15 p.m.

“Mr. Meeks was successful in executing a cop yesterday, and a good one,” said Martin.

Through tears Martin expressed gratitude to all the responding agencies and those at the market who helped Langsdorf get aid.

Meeks was later arrested in the 6220 block of Page. He was reportedly still carrying the gun used to fatally shoot Officer Langsdorf.

Officer Langsdorf

Officer Langsdorf had been employed by the department for three months but worked for another department for 17 years. During a press conference Monday morning, police said Langsdorf previously worked from the St. Louis City Police Department.


“Mike was an outstanding officer,” said North County Cooperative Police Chief John Buchannan. “In his short time with our department, he was taking our young officers under his wings and was mentoring and guiding them. When we first met he said to me several times, ‘All I wanted to be was be a police officer and do police work. ‘“

Langsdorf leaves behind a fiancee, two teenage children and his parents.

Major Martin said he had known Langsdorf for 20 years and that he was a “good one.”

“Mike was a pretty big part of us even though he was here for a short time,” said Martin. “He had a lot of police experience, you never would’ve thought that this type of police officer would have been in that position, but it happened. There’s no such thing as a routine call, this is the dangers that police officers in this community face every day.”

BackStoppers is aiding the fallen officer’s family. According to the non-profit organization, when a first responder dies their family receives a check for $10,000 with assurance of further help. The organization said their goal is to make the family debt-free and provide ongoing support for education and other extraordinary expenses.

The suspect

Bonette Kymbrelle Meeks came to the St. Louis-area from North Carolina. During a press conference Monday morning, police said they believed Meeks came to the area earlier this year after spending most of his adulthood in North Carolina.

According to police, Meeks has been convicted of multiple felonies in North Carolina.

“I can tell you its an extensive, extensive criminal history and violent,” said Major Martin.

The 26-year-old suspect was not injured during the incident.

Monday morning, police said Meeks confessed to murdering Langsdorf.

Rest in peace, Officer Michael Langsdorf. The animosity toward white police shows like the one Netflix put out glorifying The Central Park Five as heroes and castigating the criminal justice system as racist represents an unspoken factor in your death.


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  1. Not a job I would seek or accept nowadays.

  2. This story needs to be read by all of those who bemoan LEOs “escalating” a tense situation.
    From “intent to defraud via worthless financial instrument” to “capital murder of a uniformed law enforcement officer” in less than two minutes.
    There’s no escalation like black escalation.

  3. WILDKYLE says:

    Yet another puddle jumper. Signs of the time. Sleep with dogs.

    • Agree: CENTURION
  4. I dare ya says:

    Oh but let the tables turn now. Where are our reparations? When and where we do we start rioting? Who loots what where ? Oh I forgot we’re the wrong color. Damn maybe next time.

    • Agree: CENTURION
    • Replies: @MartinAlaskan
  5. A lone cop, having to deal with a mutt like that, for his own protection should be allowed to taser the mutt to the ground first, then handcuff him behind his back, and then ask him for his side of the story about whatever is happening. Just another nog gun crime….so more gun control to disarm YT.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  6. And this happened to a male cop. What would a female cop do under similar circumstances? I never understood the one-on-one wrestling match tactics for any cop, even for any that have MMA or organized wrestling experience. One wrong move and you’re seriously injured or dead.

  7. @Boomer Realist

    I saw a link on a dindu apologetics blog, posted by a scumbag objecting to the shooting of a dindu who was hiding behind a mattress leaning against a wall in a house being cleared.

    The shooter was a girl cop.  She would have had NO chance of survival in a fight against said dindu if she had not shot pre-emptively.  This male cop failed to shoot pre-emptively, and lost his life as a consequence.  Moral:  dindus who do not SUBMIT TOTALLY UPON COMMAND must be considered deadly threats and whatever happens to them is LEGALLY UPON THEM.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
  8. 95Theses says:

    I’d love to sit on the jury that tries that man. Oh yeah.

  9. In a sane and healthy society that animal would never make it to trial….

    But, sadly, we have not lived in one of those for many years.

    • Replies: @SMK
    , @SMK
  10. @Sydney Funnel Web

    A female cop would have been able to safely patrol Mayberry.Barney only needed one symbolic bullet for his revolver because it was a fictitious White town.

  11. I noticed, on a rare night of flipping through channels and watching TV, that the BET awards were not only airing on BET , but on at least 3 other cable channels as well. Where all the Wyatt foke be?? All joking aside, every damn time something like the above happens, we very sadly lose a productive, contributing and valued member of our society, and the unskilled, non contributing, destructive person is left standing, and sometimes thrown right back into the mix so that no one will be “offended” or “opressed”. We need to keep all the good people we can NOW- One day it will be too late and the ones left won’t even know what a good person is. Don’t these thugs realize they are killing a TAXPAYER and that taxpayers are for all intents and purposes their bread and butter??

    • Replies: @JR1967
    , @ShermanFan
  12. Anonymous[410] • Disclaimer says:

    Meeks, literally, looks like a monster.

    • Replies: @SMK
  13. Anon[869] • Disclaimer says:

    If you want to fight Ebola you can’t count on crack teams of scientists deploying to the affected area.

    Ya needs ta grease da wheelz wit’ a baller!

  14. He’s going to have to wait an entire year to pick up his BET award.

    • Replies: @Dr. Pepper
  15. @Mr. Rational

    Yeah, and then the cop gets Trial by Media and everyone’s out screaming for his blood, the dindu masses riot, and the cop rots in prison, or worse.

    The rest of you, please stop referring to this person as a dog or other animal. Dogs and other animals don’t do things like this. Come to think of it, calling him a person is being generous too. Dindu it is, then.

  16. luludog says:

    Now it appears that even the Supreme Court is joining the neo-marxists SJW’s by striking down convictions of vicious black murderers like this savage based on suspicion that the juries were racist. I guess the dems in congress have intimidated the last three conservative justice picks to such an extent that they are now bending over backward to appease the n-lovin left. Kavanaugh being one of the worst. So the message is, if you are black and want to go on a killing spree, all you have to do is get a lawyer to accus the jury of being racist and you can be set loose to continue preying on society.

    • Replies: @Feedsackroad
    , @Anon
  17. @Sydney Funnel Web

    That stopped being important as soon as it became crucial that all those who are not able to do the job properly, were able to have the job anyway.

    Since then, we’ve seen a myriad of officers slain as well as officer shootings because they were ‘scared’ or ‘startled’ or didn’t have the proper training.

  18. @luludog

    So the message is, if you are black and want to go on a killing spree, all you have to do is get a lawyer to accus the jury of being racist and you can be set loose to continue preying on society.

    There’s a market for lobotomized dullards for jury duty. Only a lobotomized dullard can peruse the daily news reports and not become a race realist. They can call it racism if they like. I call it survival instinct.

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
  19. SMK says: • Website
    @Texas Alt-Right Gamer

    In the future, when the left controls everything, the number of white cops in prison for shooting and killing black thugs in self-defense will exceed the number of black criminalsl who murdered white cops. And blacks will have a de facto as opposed to a de jure right to assault and murder whites, which is already true to a large degdree. Crime and rhe criminal injustice system; the ultimate horror of white dispossession.

  20. m. says:

    kbn = killed by negro

  21. SMK says: • Website

    This freakish monster and subhuman beast should have been buried in prison a decade ago if not sooner. Like nearly all violent recidivist black male criminals, I’m 100% certain this low-IQ brute and savage has a history of violence and criminality beginning at age 13 or 14 if not earlier and has committed dozens of violent and other mala in se crimes. Myrads of whites have been assaulted, robbed, raped, and murdered because of the systemic and repeated coddling of violent recidivist black criminals, especially as “minors” and juveniles,” biological men who are absurdly defined as “children” and even “little boys.” See Ann Coulters remarks about the “Central Park Five,” whose atrocity she trivializes by calling them “kids.”

    • Replies: @Pecosbill
  22. @It's all so tiresome

    I’m sure Netflix will pick it up and make it a movie and show how the racist cop forced the negro to defend himself, and they will award the negro millions of dollars for his trouble.

  23. Anon[869] • Disclaimer says:



    2 sides. Same coin.

    When your vote goes to some form of the Capitalism party and your dollars always land within “the spectrum” can you really question the strident ones who supposedly want anything other than the payoff?

  24. I wouldn’t do that job for 500k a year. Cop gets dispatched for a bad check and doesn’t come home from work. Wondering what it’s gonna take for whites to wake up. Hoping every single police department gets rid of single cop cars and sends every cop to every single call with a partner. Pisses me off to see this.

  25. Pecosbill says:

    See Ann Coulters remarks about the “Central Park Five,” whose atrocity she trivializes by calling them “kids.”

    Yes I read her two columns on the ‘central park five’, both were truth bomb accounts of the crimes and the weasels who insured the release of this debris. Yes she ruins both articles by referring to these negro central park thugs, as kids with whore-moans running. I don’t know if these really were kids. Did a certified vet check their teeth to ascertain their ages?

    • Replies: @Anon
  26. SMK says:
    @Texas Alt-Right Gamer

    Visit and type “Dirty Harry coffee shop” and enjoy the video. Dirty Harry orders a black coffee and, while he’s reading a newspaper, the waitress fill the cup with sugar. After leaving the shop and taking a sip and spitting it out, he turns around and sees a closed sign on the door and 4 negro savages with guns inside, terrorizing the workers and customers and demanding they give them money and other valuables, He enters and orders them to put their guns down and surrender. They refuse, of course, and when one of them begin to pull the trigger of his gun, Harry shoots and kill him and then shoots and kills two more and wounds anther. The lone survivor grabs a white women by the neck and holds a gun to her head. Harry faces him down, his gun cocked and pointed at his head and utters his fabled line, “go ahead, make my day.” The savage, quivering with rage and fear, drops his gun and is cuffed by other policemen.

    Given left-wing censorship, escalating since the election of Trump, I’m amazed that one can still view this scene, filmed during the 70s, and read the comments. No scene such as this, accurately exposing the realities of black crime and the nature of black criminals, will ever be made again, and I’m sure was never made since them.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @bruce county
    , @Gunga Din
  27. @SMK

    I also like the Escape From Alcatraz scene when he’s in the yard and goes up the steps.
    “I just hate ni–ers”. Classic…

  28. @I dare ya

    How much of a deduction will the “Reverend” Al Sharpton consider as appropriate on the Slavery-Reparations check for this?

    What’s a man’s life worth: a good man who was also a husband and a father of two? North County Police Cooperative Officer Michael Langsdorf isn’t the only murder than needs to be deducted off whatever bill is supposedly owed for a period of slavery that ended over 150 years ago. Remember, the great injustice to officer Langsdorf happened last Sunday.

    Don’t forget to deduct 26-years-old Bonette Kymbrelle Meeks prison costs, if he’s ever executed it’ll take 20 years of court cases (and costs) to do it. What are the chances that tens of thousands in welfare costs were used to “raise” Meeks over his 26 years on earth? Deduct those costs too from the Slavery-Reparations check.

    All those costs are just for Meeks. Now add up all the costs of the more than one million black men currently in American prisons for crimes they have been arrested, tried, and convicted for committing. Don’t forget to add in the costs of all the pain and suffering they caused while committing those crimes – crimes like rape and murder. Now finally add up all these costs since the year 1865 when the Civil War ended.

    Instead of being owed money the Black American community will be owing money – trillions, which they don’t have. I’d tell black Americans to thank God everyday that they live in “racist” American and not over in the supposed utopia of their original homeland – Africa.

  29. JR1967 says:
    @L in Atl hell

    The fact that BET is on cable is one good reason why cutting the cable cord is a good idea because when you subscribe to cable that helps keeps networks like BET on the air.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational, Augustus
  30. @L in Atl hell

    You’re taking a big leap thinking most blacks have future time orientation. They do not, rather they live in the moment. Extremely impulsive and reactionary.

    Further, they don’t see productive folks as their bread and butter anymore than the immediate proceeds they can grift.

    I read on another site that black Haitians were able to defeat the French army and this was an example of their cunning and adaptive understanding of strategy. Except, it isn’t true. They won via force of numbers and tenacity.
    In essence, a caged animal fighting for survival, with nothing to lose combined with a limited sense of self-awareness and risk adversity. Further to the point, how have they managed their half of the Island?

    Just like Pitbulls are different than Golden Retrievers, so are blacks and whites. But, putting in those terms be racist.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  31. Ed says:

    Poor cop was probably fearful of being thrown into the anti-cop mix if he had shot the thug on sight.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  32. @ShermanFan

    Haitians weren’t defeated because all they had to do was run into the mountains and hide. Same reason there are still indians in America.

    Then there was also the ‘mixed race’ debacle they were dealing with.

    The French tried many times to turn the tide in Haiti but their dicks got them in trouble just as the spanish dicks got Spain in trouble everywhere they went.

    If every world traveler/conquerer has taken some of their own color women with them, we wouldn’t by in the mess were in now.

    Spanish speaking half-indians. French speaking half-blacks. You name it. It all leads to trouble. Mulattos don’t like hearing about the one-drop rule.

    • Replies: @Anon
  33. Gunga Din says:

    Just watched the video. It was delicious!

  34. Subspecies. No other word for them.

    ‘Unthinkable;’ T-shirts glamorizing Officer Langsdorf’s death circulate online

    Jun 26, 2019

  35. Look at how far down we’ve fallen as a civilization. Just a century ago this monster would have already been dealt with by the good citizens of the county in a very public and very final way.

  36. Anon[990] • Disclaimer says:

    Don’t look a gift chimp in the teeth?


  37. Anon[990] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim in Jersey

    They shipped women to South Africa to marry men unseen, men who had proved their worth to their women by the toil they’d exhibited making something for a woman who wanted a family.

    Duty, hope and work are what these women travelled for. God bless the white genetics of South Africa.

  38. Sean says:

    Unfortunately, the defendants making statements that contained details of the crime that were already known to the police is open to other interpretations that possession of guilty knowledge by the defendants before they went to the police station. Those details given by the defendants in the interrogations that were not known to the police at the time proved to be incorrect. Lots of detectives working in shifts did the interrogations and the most likely explanation is the Five got the details in their statements from the the police, maybe overhearing them maybe in interrogations.

    None of them confessed to raping her. Not a single one of the Central Park five confessed to even getting their cock out. The detectives tricked them into cooperating and promised them that if they did so and had not actually raped the woman then they would be going home, but of course a lawyer would have told them different. The police are allowed to lie in order to get a confession.

    The woman had been trussed up with her t shirt in very same way Reyes’s victim in the same park had been two days earlier, she had what was to become Reyes’s signature knife wounds around the eyes and the most likely explanation is Reyes went to the park intending to rape. Matias Reyes was 17, a year older than the oldest of the Five, t is credible that is went as part of the 30 strong group that entered the park to beat up whites thand then spit up when they saw police, then was the prime mover in the rape and beating. But there is the insuperable problem that only his semen wam in her on on her while the confessions all mention different perpetrators as having raped the victim. Sorry to be crude but teens are going to come and come a lot, therefore multiple individuals DNA would be on her and in her if what the Five said was half way true.

    Teresa Gomez a crack addict who the now long retired Louis N. Scarcell, once the once the top detective in New York. found credible and used as a witness to get convictions in five murder cases. Five UNRELATED murder cases.

    I am not saying the detectives on Central Park Jogger deliberately manufactured evidence and framed the the Five or that the Five were not guilty of beating and terrorising “whitey” in the park, but the fact is the evidence suggest they were involved in lesser crime that the the rape convictions they brought on themselves by going to the park to assault people. The Five certainly do not deserve multi million settlement each, and the detectives on the case were doing their best, but the fact is DNA means we know more that we did back then about the fallibility of confessions.

    n 2004, Rivera filed a motion to test the DNA from the vaginal swabs taken from the crime scene. The motion was granted and DNA testing excluded Rivera as the source of the semen sample.[8] Rivera’s conviction was vacated a second time.[11][12]

    Despite the DNA evidence, prosecutors made the controversial decision to retry the case, arguing that Staker may have been sexually active or that lab technicians mishandled the DNA. Defense experts noted that if Staker had intercourse prior to the fatal attack, semen would have been found on her panties. Tests on her undergarments were negative for sperm.[8] Her twin sister also denied that Holly was sexually active.[11]

    On April 13, 2009, Rivera’s third jury trial began. On May 8, the jury found Rivera guilty and he was sentenced to life in prison for the third time.[12]

    An 11 year old was sexually said to be active so they could keep their conviction.

    In December 2011, Rivera’s conviction was overturned a third and final time.[13] The appellate court criticized the confession, noting the complete absence of any information that was not previously known to members of the investigation team. Each time Rivera gave information that was not already known, the information proved to be falseFollowing the DNA testing on evidence from the Staker crime scene, a match was found with DNA taken from evidence in the murder of a Chicago man. […] The DNA profile has been entered into criminal databases, but has not yet been identified

  39. @Sean


    That was long.

    Took me a while to figure out WTF you were talking about. Seems you were into the Central Park five while everyone was discussing the lead topic. As you weren’t responding to anyone directly and didn’t start with a ‘by the way’ I had to dive deep to see what was so important.

    Central Park five were framed/browbeaten into confessing/or however you want to describe it. Maybe they were guilty of other heinous acts, maybe not. Whatever it was, anytime those entrusted with enforcing or upholding the law do otherwise, the system itself suffers. Do it enough and you no longer have a system.

    Once you lose the trust of the citizens as a whole, then you are just a bully. ‘Law west if the Pecos’ kinda stuff.

    Had these ‘boys’ been left to themselves, most would have likely been incarcerated or killed in the period they were in jail. Crime is sometimes self cleansing. Yes, there are career criminals but many wind up with much, much shorter careers than expected.

    It makes you think that the courts and the judges and the cops can’t be trusted and that’s dangerous. Just like when we were under British rule. The blatant, in your face mockery that passed for ‘law’ helped make the decision to revolt and seek self-rule.

    The system isn’t perfect but those who sully it should fear for their lives, in my opinion.

    • Replies: @Sean
  40. Ragno says:

    When Langsdorf was a young cop in St Louis, he responded to a call in which a (black) family’s house was on fire. He selflessly ordered the father up on the roof to toss him his 2-year-old son, and promised he would catch him safely. And so he did.

    Rest in peace, Michael Langsdorf.

  41. Sean says:
    @Jim in Jersey

    I am confused as to why you were confused, unless you skipped reading the whole post that the comments are supposed to be about and jumped into the comment thread prematurely. What I was talking about was prominently mentioned by Kersey in the post where he referenced Coulter

    My comment opened about why details in concessions that the police know about at the time are not very useful in validating confessions and I ended by adducing evidence for that from a real and interesting case in which one unidentified man’s dna was found at two completely separate crimes in which two other men, one still in prison, were convicted of.

    The system isn’t perfect but those who sully it should fear for their lives, in my opinion

    The system convicts innocent people all the time, and doctors kill people all the time, the police continue to think exonerated men did it and their mothers never think they are guilty, although Matias Reyes raped his mother so she probabally knew he was no angel .

    • Replies: @LiveFree
  42. No, I get it. But the segment opened with one sentence that was “on the same day as…” and mentioned your topic – then went into a police officer being shot while rolling on the ground with some dindu.

    All the responses seemed to center on the shooting of the officer while you took the tangent and responded to the CP5 angle.

    Not hard to understand my minor confusion.

  43. eah says:

    a struggle ensued

    This kind of thing is infuriating — an armed police officer should never, ever engage in a physical confrontation with a suspect — the reasons should be clear: even if the suspect isn’t armed, during the “struggle” the cop could lose control of his own weapon; and/or during the “struggle” he likely will not be able to effectively use his own weapon.

    Review the video of the recent shooting in WI, where a black guy who’d OD’d on a bus pulled a gun and shot to death one the people who’d just helped him — the cops and emergency medical personnel are ever so nice to him, even when it is clear there is a large unexplained bulge in his clothing, and he is resisting attempts to pat him down — at the first sign of resistance, they should have all stepped back and held him at gunpoint, telling him to raise his hands and keep them up, otherwise he would be shot — if they had done that, they would all be alive today — instead they allowed him to shuck and jive, even to casually back away — then he pulled his weapon and shot one of them to death.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  44. @eah

    at the first sign of resistance, they should have all stepped back

    SOP should now be to cuff them behind their backs before administering NarCan.  Suddenly having the high removed makes them angry, and any further delay to pat them down risks death.  Waking them up angry and restrained beats angry and dangerous.

    Or we can just let dindus suffer the consequences of their drug habits.  Whites were deliberately addicted by the Sackler family, but dindus buy illegal drugs or steal from legitimate patients.  Should there be a paper-bag test for NarCan, or a one-drop rule?

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  45. @Mr. Rational

    It’s becoming very much like the zombie apocalypse we all(don’t) worry will happen.

    Have to fire a round into the head just to make sure. Cuff and contain dead suspects. Just in case they come back to life.

    Bite masks.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  46. AceDeuce says:

    Bullcrap. They raped her. So did Reyes. All the DNA did was prove that he did it, not that they didn’t.

  47. @Jim in Jersey

    very much like the zombie apocalypse we all(don’t) worry will happen.

    We all know what the zombies are euphemisms for.

  48. @Mr. Rational

    We all know what the zombies are euphemisms for.

    Similar to the Orcs in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.

  49. LiveFree says:

    Sean, what you wrote here was “new narrative” boiler plate. Some of what you wrote is just plain inaccurate regardless of what Wikipedia says. They were guilty as charged.

  50. LiveFree says:

    I assume Jim was confused by your extreme excitement to spew “new narrative” boiler plate and then concentrated your screed on how nobody has ever raped a woman without ejaculating.

  51. anon[184] • Disclaimer says:

    Mike was an old buddy of mine from high school. No idea he had become a police officer, but this is heartbreaking, particularly the response from the BLM types.
    Disgusting, RIP.

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