Yelling "who's streets?!" To #ferguson police pic.twitter.com/mOEjaEPWtJ
— Robert Samuels (@newsbysamuels) September 29, 2014
In the animal kingdom, a display of these traits - to a predator - represent grounds for immediate, unrelenting attack.
Easy prey. [In a Video, Police Chief of Ferguson Apologizes, New York Times, 9-25-14]:
Chief Thomas Jackson of the police force in Ferguson, Mo., issued a stark apology to the family of Michael Brown on Thursday, saying in a videotaped statement that he was sorry for the death of their son and for the four hours that the body of the unarmed 18-year-old lay in the street after he was fatally shot by a police officer.
In the video, released by a public relations firm nearly seven weeks after the shooting, Chief Jackson spoke for about two and a half minutes, occasionally glancing down at notes in his hand. He was not in police uniform but rather a reddish-pink polo shirt.
“I want to say this to the Brown family. No one who has not experienced the loss of a child can understand what you’re feeling,” he said, facing the camera and standing in front of an American flag. “I am truly sorry for the loss of your son. I’m also sorry that it took so long to remove Michael from the street. The time that it took involved very important work on the part of investigators who were trying to collect evidence and gain a true picture of what happened that day. But it was just too long, and I’m truly sorry for that.”
He also extended his apology to African-Americans in Ferguson, who have accused the police department of racial profiling and mistreatment.
“I’m also aware of the pain and the feeling of mistrust felt in some of the African-American community toward the police department,” Chief Jackson said. “The city belongs to all of us, and we’re all part of this community. It is clear that we have much work to do. As a community, a city and a nation, we have real problems to solve.”Michael Brown's parents, the odd couple of Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden, were "unmoved" by this public display of cowardice and capitulation to the black mob. They want Officer Darren Wilson "in handcuffs."
|The most iconic image to come out of the black insurrection in 67 percent black Ferguson. A white police officer, left behind by white flighters fleeing the growing black population, stands guard to protect civilization from the coming of Detroit... [ September 28, 2014]|
A black population holding all the cards on the monopoly on violence. [Shots fired at off-duty officer on I-70; suspects on the loose, FOX2Now, 9-28-14]:
An off-duty St. Louis city police officer was shot at early Sunday morning on Interstate 70.
Around 12:20 a.m., the officer was on I-70 near I-170 when three black male suspects fired shots into his personal car.
The officer was hit by glass and suffered an injury to his arm. Police say the officer did not shoot back. The three suspects fled the scene in a black sedan."... the officer did not shoot back."
In St. Louis, with the rate of black crime and black hatred of police, the odds are high a white officer of the law will fire back on a black suspect.
And it might be much, much sooner than anyone wants to admit. [8 protesters arrested outside of Ferguson Police Dept., FOX2Now.com, 9-29-14]:
Moments became tense in Ferguson Sunday night as several people were arrested outside of the Ferguson Police Department. The arrests were a part of the latest round of protests over the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Authorities say a total of eight people were taken into custody. They were charged with failing to disperse and resisting arrest.
Nearly 150 people were protesting. According to a Ferguson police official, that crowd would not leave South Florissant Road.
Ferguson police put out a call for back up around 10 p.m. after bottles and rocks were reportedly thrown at officers. County police, highway patrol, and officers from other municipalities responded.
About an hour or so later, the arrests took place.Weakness.
Rocks and bottles being thrown at police, and gunshots being fired in their direction, all because the monopoly on violence is no longer in the hands of the state; the black insurrectionists have usurped this vise on violence.
At this Sept. 28 black display of power in Ferguson, a Washington Post writer/contributor named Robert Samuels "tweeted" a picture of menacing, thuggish, brutish blacks taunting a white police officer. It includes a caption that tragically captures the reality of life in 67 percent black Ferguson, where white police officers were left behind (by white flight) to try and keep alive/protect the civilization whites abandoned:
Yelling "who's streets?!" To #ferguson policeWeakness.
Detroit in 2014, the same situation Ferguson will find itself in by 2016 at the earliest.