DEAR AMERICA: There is an Image of a Black Panther BEHEADING a Cop… Should Facebook Remove it?

On the Facebook page Micah X. ranted on days before killing 5 cops and wounding 6, there is a very GRAPHIC and disturbing image. It shows a Black Panther militant (who looks like an ISIS militant) BEHEADING a cop.

Facebook has refused to remove a sickening cartoon of a police officer having his throat slit from a Black Panther page used by Dallas cop killer Micah Xavier Johnson

Facebook has refused to remove a sickening cartoon of a police officer having his throat slit from a Black Panther page used by Dallas cop killer Micah Xavier Johnson.

The gruesome image shows a man dressed in black slashing a uniformed officer’s throat with a knife as blood spills out of the cop’s neck.

It was posted on the ‘Black Panther Party Mississippi’ page, which Johnson posted a twisted rant on just days before he embarked on his massacre.

The cartoon carries the words ‘as a R.B.G. killer panther I pledge to defend my black community by any means necessary’.

‘R.B.G’ stands for red, black and green and refers to the Pan-African flag, which is often seen being flown at civil rights protests.

The picture was posted on Facebook by a user called Prince Mamuhammad, whose profile includes posts talking of ‘war with the white male’.

The image has been reported to Facebook but the social media website refused to take it down, saying it does not violate the company’s ‘community standards’.

Facebook ruled that the picture does not ‘promote graphic violence’.

Its reply to the report said: ‘Reports like yours are an important rile in making Facebook a safe and welcoming environment.

‘We reviewed the post you reported for promoting graphic violence and found it doesn’t violate our community standards.’

Daily Mail Online has contacted Facebook for further comment.

Johnson, who was a user of a host of Facebook pages dedicated to black militancy, posted a rant on the same Black Panther Party Mississippi page five days before he shot 12 police officers in Dallas, killing five.

The image has been reported to Facebook but the social media website refused to take it down, saying it does not violate the company's 'community standards'

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