*The first thought of anyone in law enforcement looking at this story should be: if anything happens, this man gave us clear warning in advance.
Of course that would assume you gave a damn.
For anyone else, the only difference between Nathan Ener, a former prison guard who once bragged on Facebook about the joy he derived from beating prisoners, and Dylann Storm Roof, the 21-year-old who sat and prayed with nine worshipers in a historic Charleston, SC church before he killed them in cold blood, is Ener let you know his intentions first.
As Ener states in a video that has since been deleted (but not before it went viral) “If you don’t like cussin’ don’t watch this video because I am mad as hell.”
What he is mad about is the execution style murder of Houston deputy, Darren Goforth, by a black man. But as he also states in the video, its not the black man (suspect Shannon J. Miles) who killed Goforth that he blames, it’s all the black people, or “thugs” who are marching, having streets named after them, and just having the audacity to breath while black.
Ener makes no bones about the fact that he is looking to kill anyone with black skin. And went so far as to warn law enforcement not to get in his way.
“The one that killed him was these Black Panthers and all these black thugs that comes to your town and marches and hollers ‘oink-oink, bang-bang,’ and all that retarded s–t, you know, they’re the ones that’s responsible for it,” Ener said.
There is no stutter in his hate-spewed speech and one would easily get the impression, based on his history, that Goforth’s murder was a good excuse for Ener to unleash the hate he has always held for blacks.
“You thugs, you Black Lives Matter bulls–t, you bunch of frickin’ retards: You better run, and you better hide,” he said. “We gonna hunt you sons of b—-es down, ‘cause we’re pissed off. And ain’t nobody gonna stop us now, you dirty bastards.”
Ener continues his threats, and warns.
“Starting now we holding these people responsible. Like I said, it stops now. Don’t ever let a Black Panther or any black group come to your town and march in that town and get done and be able to get in their vehicle and leave. That’s over with.”
Ener has been known to promote events held by the Ku Klux Klan, and to no ones surprise, has had previous run-ins with civil rights groups and Houston’s New Black Panthers leader, Quanell X (Shown with Ener is a photo below).
As one woman said on Facebook, “He (Ener) should be arrested on this video alone.”
And yes, she is white.
It’s starting to become more and more clear that racists may be using law enforcement agencies as a safe shelter to carry out their goals legally.
IF LAW ENFORCEMENT IGNORES THIS CLEAR THREAT BY NATHAN ENER, AND HE KILLS EVEN ONE BLACK PERSON, THEY SET THEMSELVES UP FOR A MULTITUDE OF LAWSUITS.
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Scroll down to see two powerful videos.
Listen to Ener’s hate-filled threat below. And then scroll down to an oral confrontation between Ener and Black Panther leader, Quanell X, who is heard telling the officer (as he takes off his jacket), “I’m not the one to play with. I will shut you down!”
Quanell X and Nathan Ener have heated encounter below.