Jeff Roorda, business manager of the St. Louis Police Officers Association, said on Fox & Friends after the shooting of two officers that the resignation Wednesday of Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson wasn’t enough for some protesters.
“Dead cops. That’s what they want. And let’s not pretend like they wanted Tom Jackson’s resignation, or that they’re still mad because Mayor [James] Knowles is there,” Mr. Roorda said. “They want dead cops and that was their goal all along, and that was their goal last night.”Man beaten on MetroLink train after attacker asks him about Michael Brown, police say, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 3-27-15]:
A 43-year-old man who was riding a MetroLink train Monday night was attacked by several men after one of them asked him about the Michael Brown "situation," police said.
A video posted to Facebook appears to show the attack.
Police said the victim, who is white, was punched and kicked by three black men, one of whom had made the reference to the teen killed in Ferguson by a police officer Aug. 9.
The assault took place about 8:54 p.m. as the eastbound train was nearing the Forest Park Metrolink platform, police said. The victim told police he was seated on the train when the three men approached him from behind.
One of the men, who was 20 to 25 years old and wearing a red T-shirt, asked the victim if he could use his cellphone, and the victim said no.
The man then asked the victim "what he thought about the Mike Brown situation." The victim responded that he hadn't thought much about it, according to the police report.
The man in the red shirt then punched the victim in the face and struck him multiple times, police said.
The victim was unsure if the other two men had joined in, but video surveillance of the incident confirmed that they had, police said. They are both described as black men between 18 and 22 years old age. Police did not give a further description.So a question about Michael Brown sparked an unprovoked assault on a white man riding public transportation in St. Louis? Does the attack by three black males on a white male qualify as a hate crime or is it nothing more than the type of racial dialogue Starbucks attempted to start with #RaceTogether?
|America in 2015: blacks attack white people and the USA requires a lift from the Russians to get to space....|
The black community doesn't care about the truth in the case of Officer Wilson's encounter with Brown anymore than individual black people collectively care about the five black people slain in a 10-day time period in heavily black North St. Louis.
Seated man beaten in MetroLink Facebook video #STL http://t.co/Vnn61ZxG8Q https://t.co/9vqCOUWzsXOf all people in America, former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker seems to understand the reality of the situation in Ferguson the best. [TWITTER PERPETUATES 'HANDS UP, DON'T SHOOT' MYTH: John Rocker on sign-in page image: 'It needs to come down', WND, 3-16-15]:
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Take a look at two incredible passages from the “Department of Justice Report Regarding the Criminal Investigation into the Shooting Death of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer Darren Wilson,” which showcases the absurd lies the mainstream media completely bought and then sold to the American people as the absolute truth of what occurred in Ferguson.
The first passage details “Witness 120″ lying to the police about what happened in Ferguson, claiming Brown had his hands up and was “executed.” Notice how the DOJ report uses actual physical evidence to dismiss as false a claim the media (I’m looking at you, CNN, New York Times and MSNBC) immediately ran with as truth:
Witness 120 initially told law enforcement that he saw Brown shot at point-blank range as he was on his knees with his hands up. Similar to Witness 138, Witness 120 subsequently acknowledged that he did not see Brown get shot but “assumed” he had been executed while on his knees with his hands up based on “common sense” and what others “in the community told [him.]” There is no witness who has stated that Brown had his hands up in surrender whose statement is otherwise consistent with the physical evidence.Something tells me the DOJ or the St. Louis County prosecutor’s office will not be looking to charge Witness 120 with perjury, though Witness 125 was offered immunity if she recanted a lie she told the FBI and SLCPD detective – a lie she told because she claimed “she wanted to be part of something”:
"....wanted to be part of something."
When Witness 125 appeared at the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office to testify before the county grand jury, she was accompanied by an attorney. Prior to her testimony, Witness 125 told the county prosecutors that she lied to the FBI and to SLCPD detectives. Witness 125 was then given immunity from federal prosecution for making material false statements to federal agents so long as she testified truthfully in the grand jury. She testified that she did not, in fact, witness any part of the incident, but claimed she did so because she wanted to be “part of something.” She claimed that a friend in the community told her to tell the SLCPD and the FBI what her boyfriend saw, but to claim it as her own.So a “friend in the community” told her to lie to federal authorities about Brown having his hands in the air when Wilson shot him, all because she “wanted to be part of something.”
Like it or not white people, you are part of something. [After The Main Stream Media Left: What Next For Ferguson?, by Paul Kersey, VDare.com, 3-27-15]
When the white guy got on the MetroLink Train in St. Louis, he had no idea an answer to a question would result in him being assaulted by three black males; when Officer Darren Wilson approached two black males on Canfield Drive back in August of 2014, he had no idea this would end his career as a police officer.
What so few people realize is how we are all now part of something on the verge of spiraling out of control.
Whether you wanted to be or not, you are now part of something completely out of control.
It's time to start caring.