Ferguson Update

by Jack

Schools in and around Ferguson were closed today because of concerns for students safety going to and from school.

Many, many questions are being asked about the handling of this situation and the biggest question is, why after all the planning and preparation was this riot allowed to happen?

Will Michael Brown’s step father be charged with inciting a riot when he told the crowd to “Burn this bitch down” referring to the city of Ferguson?

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7 Responses to Ferguson Update

  1. Tina says:

    Another innocent victim of the broken state in the black community lost his life during the mayhem in Ferguson. He was only twenty years old. Police have not released information pending an investigation but he was apparently shot. His Grandmother believes someone killed him. There were reportedly at least 150 live rounds fired off according to St. Louis police:

    St Louis police reported that rioters fired 150 live gunshots and more than a dozen local businesses were razed to the ground by arsonists.

    Some reports say that fire fighters have been tackling up to 25 structural fires caused by rioters.

    St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said that the disturbances this time were ‘much worse’ than those that erupted in the immediate aftermath of the shooting.

  2. Tina says:

    Legal Insurrection has posted Officer Wilson’s testimony before the grand jury with a suggestion:

    it might be a useful exercise as you read through Wilson’s narrative to ask yourself whether it meets the required five elements of the law of self-defense. (Strictly speaking, just four of those elements apply, as there is no duty to retreat for a police officer in the performance of his duties.) These four elements, then, are:

    Innocence: Wilson must not have been the unlawful physical aggressor.
    Imminence: Wilson must have been facing a threat that is either about to occur right now, or is in actual progress.
    Proportionality: To be justified in the use of deadly force in self-defense Wilson must have been facing a threat of death or grave bodily harm.
    Reasonableness: Wilson’s perceptions, decisions, and actions must have been those of a reasonable and prudent police officer in the same circumstances, with the same capabilities, possessing the same specialized knowledge, and under the same stresses of an existential fight.

    Keep in mind that if Wilson had been indicted, at trial the prosecution would have been required to disprove any one of those elements beyond a reasonable doubt in order to obtain a conviction. As it happened, of course, the fact the the Grand Jury found not even probable cause to indict means that disproving self-defense beyond a reasonable doubt would have been simply impossible on the facts in evidence.

    This site will be posting portions of the “4,799 pages of Grand Jury transcripts” over the next several days for those interested.

    • Post Scripts says:

      Thanks RHT, there was no need for those reporters to do that. They were obviously looking to start trouble for their own gain. Total dirt bags.

  3. Tina says:

    Conservative Treehouse:

    Anderson Cooper is previewing his intention to reveal the fraud behind one of the Brown Family “pathologists” who conducted their “private autopsy”. The segment, scheduled to broadcast on CNN at 8:00pm, will focus on Scheme Team co-conspirator, Shawn Parcells.

    Video at the link.

    Conservative Treehouse:

    The PC media is desperate to avoid using the chosen names of the black panther terror suspects Brandon Muhammad, and Olajuwon, also known as Olajuwon Ali and Brother Ali. This is a follow-up to the previous outline where the FBI revealed the two men were involved in straw purchases for firearms and making pipe bombs.

    We now know they were plotting assassinations of Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson, and Saint Louis Prosecutor Robert McCulloch, in addition to bombing the Gateway arch.

  4. Peggy says:

    You know what they say about paybacks. I wonder if those reporters feel safe in their homes now?


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