|Vonderrit Myers supporters engage the police after his fatal shooting in St. Louis|
No sandwich I've ever encountered at Subway, Quiznos, or Blimpie ever came with a semi-automatic option.
But 18-year-old Vonderrit Myers, Jr. obviously found a sandwich artisan with the ability to pack meats, cheeses, salts, lettuce, tomato, gun powder, three 9 mm caliber bullets, and some sort of firing mechanism into a delicious, but incredibly deadly meal.
Vonderrit Myers was "no stranger to law enforcement," as he was a passenger in a high-speed chase in St. Louis on June 27, who ran from police (tossing a Hi-Point 380 semi-automic pistol into a sewage drain), was eventually arrested, and faced trial for these charges on November 17. [St. Louis Police Officer Kills Teenager in Shaw Neighborhood, Ignites Fresh Protests, RiverFront Times, 10-9-14]:
Court records show that Myers faced a felony charge of unlawful use of a weapon stemming from a June 27 incident. Myers also faced a misdemeanor charge of resisting and/or interfering with an arrest for the same incident.He also wore, as one of the conditions for his bail, an ankle bracelet/monitor.
All in all, like 18-year-old Michael Brown, Vonderrit Myers was a pillar of the St. Louis black community:
A good boy.
Who was turning his life around.
An Honor Student (actually, he was struggling in school and a poster child for why President Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" program was instituted).
Running from cops was "just what [black] kids do," in not just Memphis, but St. Louis as well.
No, Vonderrit Myers didn't have a sandwich in his hand. He had a stolen gun ( a 9 mm Smith & Wesson) and fired it at a police officer:
The St. Louis Post Dispatch says Vonderrit Myers, Jr., who was shot and killed Wednesday night by an off-duty police officer, was shot five to seven times.
The shooting happened around 7:30 p.m. on Shaw Boulevard. The officer was patrolling an area of the Shaw Neighborhood when this incident unfolded.
Vonderrit Deondre Myers, 18, was fatally shot Wednesday by an off-duty St. Louis police officer, Myers’ attorney, Peter Cohen, said Thursday.
Dotson says while working security, the officers` attention was drawn to three African-American males near Shaw and Klemm. When the officer turned around in his car to approach the group, the young men started to run. The officer decided to follow the group in his car. After exiting his vehicle, he ran after a suspect through a gangway. That`s when the three suspects came together again.
According to the chief, one suspect approached the officer in an aggressive manner.
The officer told him to stop and surrender but the suspect kept coming at the officer. The two began to fight. The suspect`s hooded sweatshirt came off and he started running up a hill. At that point, the officer noticed the 18-year-old with a 9 millimeter handgun. Dotson says the suspect turned around and fired three shots at the officer. The officer fired back, shooting and killing the suspect.As the Gateway Pundit noted, riots broke out with blacks in St. Louis immediately siding with Vonderrit Myers dead body and black elected officials working overtime to spread false rumors (obviously working overtime to incite furthering rioting and black terrorism):
An autopsy has shown that Vonderrit Myers Jr. was shot from five to seven times during a fatal encounter with an off-duty police officer Wednesday, police sources said.
Sen. Jamilah Nasheed suggested at a press conference earlier today that the teen had been shot in the back of the head, but medical examiners did not find any gunshots to the back of Myers' head, police sources said.As Fox2Now and the Gateway Pundit both reported, the St. Louis County Emergency Operations Center has been activated as of today through next Tuesday courtesy of planned pro-Mike Brown, "Weekend of Resistance" (Ferguson October) activities by black agitators:
From the Gateway Pundit: the St. Louis County Emergency Operations Center has been activated for potential unrest this weekend (through Tuesday)
The St. Louis County Emergency Operations Center activates at 4pm Thursday through next Tuesday. It’s in response to a planned protest calling for a “Weekend of Resistance” in response to police shootings.
Protesters will march to county prosecutor Bob McCulloch’s Clayton office Friday afternoon, and gather for rally at Kiener Plaza downtown on Saturday.It's only a matter of time before the first stories of "Justice for Mike Brown" or " Justice for Vonderrit Myers" attacks break out in St. Louis, with white people targeted because of black people's inability to cooperate with the police.
The St. Louis County Emergency Operations Center wasn't activated for Ebola, but for the physical manifestation of the virus: "Justice for Mike Brown" supporters and those who engage in the Ferguson-inspired "Weekend of Resistance."