2014’s Bonfire Of The Vanities – Officer Darren Wilson Is The New “Great White Defendant”…

How many times since the search for the 1987 “Great White Defendant” began – has the national media chased, worked up, created and sold some white racist outrage;  only to find out after a thorough review, when all the facts come out, it’s all a fiasco – a farce?

Benjamin Crump 2 Sharpton-JacksonTawana Brawley, Duke Lacrosse, Jena Six and recently Trayvon Martin just to name a few.

It is profoundly ironic, and actually a sad reflection on both society and the media, we find ourselves in 2014 with yet another replay only two years distant from the Trayvon Martin fiasco.

Yet, here we go again.   The legacy media once again trying desperately to convince the masses a transparently innocent man is guilty of racism and deadly intent.

Yeah, I said “transparently innocent“, and yet only the cursory facts are presentable on the table.   How, you might ask, it is possible to come to such a rapid conclusion? 

Easy – lest anyone need a reminder; all are considered “innocent” until proven guilty in a court of law.

So allow me to ask the reverse: “how anyone could reconcile a disparate current belief when the investigation is only in it’s infancy, and there is nothing empirically available to bring an alternate conclusion”?

The bizarro factor is how entirely predictable these events are.  It’s almost like they are following a specific planned sequence;  inside the playbook you find the surrounding narrative of the Michael Brown shooting looking for a willing audience.

Every single detail is following the exact same pattern in the Trayvon Martin vs. George Zimmerman case.

EVERY DETAIL.

Every detail, including the media construct which flies in the face of the daily surfacing events – yet the media cling to reconstructing it even as it is shredded in front of their eyes.

We have previously outlined 36 exactly identical aspects to Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin.   To those previous mentions you can now add (37) video tape which contradicts the initial media preferred storyline.  (38) Both took possession of cigarillos, or blunts, immediately prior to their deaths.  (39) Neither of them paid the cashier for the products they needed. (40) The media trying to cover for the lack of character inherent within the recorded and visible activity.  (41)  Both community responses calling for the firing of the police Chief for sharing the truth.  (42) The Federal DOJ comes down against the release of the truthful information.  (43) The New Black Panthers show up in the community and demand the DEATH of the shooter.  (44) The local, state and federal authorities do nothing about the death threats, and actively seek to support them.

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Captain ron johnson marching with the bloods

The non-cropped photo:  Eric Holder approved Captain Ron Johnson marching for justice in Ferguson Missouri alongside street gang members from the notorious “Bloods”.  But nobody seems to have a problem with that – go figure. 

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“what’s up blood”?

It’s Deja vu all over again.   As Steve Sailer has aptly written:

How can the New York Times and the Obama Administration do their job of telling you what to think about this Defining Event of our Times when the local cops are free to release a security camera video on the Internet for the whole world to view?

It’s just not fair: the Obama / Media Industrial Complex has all these highly expensive methods and minions for the engineering of human souls; yet a few wreckers at the local police force can undermine all that power and prestige just by posting evidence on YouTube.

I hope and pray Officer Wilson doesn’t hire some limp-wristed legal academic who becomes more concerned with his own career, chasing a job in TV punditry, and the feelings of the greater nationally wounded community – than the actual representation of his client.  Let us hope this becomes the first point of difference between Zimmerman and Wilson.

The absence of staunch legal representation could possibly be too much to watch unfold again.  Because neither of these examples should ever reach beyond a Grand Jury review.   But we saw how that worked out in 2012 – when the consideration of a Grand Jury actually became a risk to advancing the larger grievance goals, so the schemers skipped it.

Transparently Innocent –  Even a first year journalist can find the visible dots which connect a very specific set of facts.

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Officer Wilson with not a blemish on his record.   A man with a 6 year history and network of community engagement where the friends and colleagues speak highly of his professionalism and character.  An officer who accepted the detail of the more challenging district and passed on opportunities for lesser crime areas.

Initial reports from officer Wilson and two eye-witnesses were that he was in a direct physical confrontation with Mike Brown; a struggle for the officer’s firearm ensued; a single shot was fired inside the police vehicle which is suspected to have hit Brown; and additional shots were fired outside the vehicle as a consequence of the suspect resisting arrest.

Michael Brown store robbery

Mike Brown, 6’4″ and almost 300 pounds, having just committed strong armed robbery of a liquor store, and video shows him physically assaulting/intimidating the shopkeeper, encounters the questioning officer 10 minutes after committing the robbery.   A struggle ensues, the officer is punched in the face, a shot fired inside the police vehicle as the suspect tries to get the officers weapon; Brown tries to escape arrest and is shot as he attempts the same intimidation move he was on video tape carrying out 10 minutes earlier.

What makes more sense ?

And what is transparently manufactured NON-SENSE ?

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301 Responses to 2014’s Bonfire Of The Vanities – Officer Darren Wilson Is The New “Great White Defendant”…

  1. deqwik says:

    And just like with Trayvon the trajectory of the bullet will tell the truth & it won’t fit the narrative. I believe we will find out that Big Mike was not on his knees but standing just like Trayvon was not on ground but was on top of GZ.

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    • fatman6502002 says:

      The forensic evidence will tell the story about how this shooting went down. In any case the evidence won’t matter to the people stirring up the race war in this country. They are bound and determined to spark a nationwide racial war using any means necessary. This is about to spread to LA and shortly it will spread all over the country, where-ever you find a ghetto, shortly you will find rioting and violence. It is time to give the police the shoot to kill looters and rioters order.

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      • TrickleUpPolitics says:

        Don’t bet on it. Holder didn’t like the results of the first autopsy so he ordered a second. That smells.

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        • Dean says:

          The media manipulation of this case is readily apparent. Already they’ve inundated us with their new catch phrase “militarization”. The facts will come out eventually that this thug tried to kill officer Wilson in the squad car, and the officer had every right to use deadly force. Again I can’t tell you how disappointed I am with Fox News and their sucking up to the “no justice, no peace crowd”.

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    • Blonde in Red says:

      My sincerest prayers go out to this police officer and his family. They must be absolutely terrified for their very lives.

      I’m no fan of the overly militarization of the police but this was a one on one confrontation and you don’t mess with an officer of the law unless you have ‘shoot me, I’m stupid’ tatted on your forehead.

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  2. sundance says:

    Relevant Video:

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    • CoffeeBreak says:

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      This is the message that should have been told at every press conference and the Media should be stressing this also. Nobody will say it because they are afraid of the reaction from the Black Community, even though this applies to everyone of every color. If the race baiters and media really wanted to help put a stop to violence, shootings and profiling, then they would stress the obvious and they don’t because it would take money out of their pockets.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      This was well worth watching. He sure cleared up a lot of the gossip going around about the “choke hold” and how the cops really do their job.

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    • ellie says:

      This is all because the media does not report facts objectively,and there is a breath-taking lack of respect for the police and the work they do. It puts the police in a situation where they cannot police effectively. When the police can’t enforce the law, we all suffer. There is so much sanctioned racism in our society, I really believe that in predominately black areas, they should be policed by black police officers only. This would remove the instant mistrust that African-American communities have for the laws we must all live with that create and maintain a civil society. This is a serious problem, and I don’t know what the answer is, but I do know that what is happening now isn’t working.

      And the man in the press conference is correct. Al Sharpton needs to be kept out of the city hall. Nobody elected him to any office. Why does he get a seat at the table and why does he gets to steer public policy? Who elected him to anything? He’s nothing but an agitator.

      This is madness.

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      • rashomon says:

        I was appalled to watch the coverage of the Ferguson situation on several Sunday morning round-tables. The media have become so enamored with their star quality that they have forgotten their job is to report the facts, not to seed another dispute to further a bigger and angrier audience for tomorrow and the days to come. When this develops into an all-out race war, the fault rests with the politicians and media who fan the flames they have been igniting for decades.

        Meanwhile, between Friday night and 7:58 a.m. on Sunday morning, five people have been killed and over 20 shot in Chicago. Where are Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Ben Crump, et. al? Oh yes, these people of color were harmed by other people of color — no story or money in running to their rescue.

        Emanuel finally admitted that the “decrease” in such Chicago crime stats rests on 40 additional officers brought in from around the state and multiple pulled from the city desk jobs to patrol the streets. He had no comment on the warping of crime stats as reported by Chicago Magazine.

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        • John Galt says:

          “five people have been killed and over 20 shot in Chicago”

          Just think how bad it will be if they learn how to hold the gun right side up and look at the sights.

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    • Lou says:

      very nice, ty

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  3. BertDilbert says:

    I am sure we will be able to add another when the fatty liver comes back from the autopsy.

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    • myopiafree says:

      Hi Bert, Mike Brown’s slamming a clerk against the wall – and walking out with $50, seem to be the reaction of a “demented” person – at best. (Whether, white, gray, blue,, or black.) This is not a “racist” problem, but his actions suggest a “drugged” person – to do something that stupid – and expect to “get away with it”. When he walks down the middle of the street, and expect to be “not stopped and questioned”, he was clearly “out of it”. Does a “cop” grab a 300 pound man through the window and “rough him up”. These are all the “popular” myths created by the Black Grievence INDUSTRY. Our country is clearly going to hell – on the basis of these self-severing lies – supported by the press.

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      • My comment from another forum;
        —“The shoplifting video has no connection to Brown’s police interaction that resulted in his death.”

        Balogna! He was a punk, feelin’ his oats after strong-arming a shop owner. He was a belligerently striding down the middle of the street, proudly affirming his masculinity and blackness. I figure when he saw the cop, he thought he was gonna be busted for his strong-arm robbery, and he went haywire! Too bad toxicology takes so long! I’ll bet he was as high as a kite!—

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  4. RJ says:

    From the top on down, part of the game with Obama and “his people” is to “get even with Whitey” any way they can. Harsh thoughts to be sure, yet is there not enough reality for one to arrive at such a conclusion? When you’ve got a very large “chip on your shoulder” is it not possible for others to see or sense it? Returning the Churchill bust when first entering the White House wasn’t a clue for you?

    This game he’s been playing all along is to pit one group against another, it’s what a “community organizer” did…back in the day. Known as agitprop (or agiprop) back then, the game has rules, etc. All part of group dynamics–which if one recalls, came out of the California higher educational system via the psychology people who were motivated little tyrants seeking power on campus during the Viet Nam period when sit ins and other various demonstrations against “the man” were daily events. East coast people caught up quickly when they added violence to the recipe for change wanted by “these people” who had real needs and wants.

    Nothing new here, even the old grandads, Sharpton and Jackson have come out from their gilded shadows to “press the flesh” of racial injustice along with other 50 year old issues that don’t seem to ever get fixed in their worlds.

    Notice how “Colin Powell” has been silent recently? Wait for his words, this supporter of Obama.

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  5. jc says:

    40 FBI agents are there to bring a quickie civil rights violation charge against Wilson and to intimidate the police from enforcing curfew and other laws against the rioters. A couple people have been shot and many more will be shot because of lax law enforcement. Eventually somebody will be shot and killed by the police and there will be fuel for fresh rioting. Policeapparently aren’t responding to 911 calls, the rioters have taken control of the city at night.

    Gov Nixon and his Pet Rock Johnson are bowing to the demands of the crowd, the local police must be burning out and Holder has probably ordered Nixon (D) not to use National Guard. They need a couple nights of drenching rains to clear the streets

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    • Old Hillbilly says:

      The French use water cannons on unruly crowds (a “localized rainstorm” if you will) Seems to be fairly effective without lasting injuries!

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    • They need for the entire police force to walk off the job and let the looters and rioters finish wiping Ferguson off the map. Then there really will be “nothing to see here”.

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      • myopiafree says:

        Hi Dixie,
        This is a good possiblity. There is a “call” for an immediate arrest and prosecution of officer Darin. If that happens, the only remaining defense the “general public” has against the looters and violent people – are the guns and rifles that they have in their homes and place-of-business. It is often said, “… you do not need your own pistol for defense… If the cops are prosecuted — in this case, you will not have any cops”.

        This is truly self-defense in its truest form.

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      • RJ says:

        I like this idea, only as average citizens living outside of Ferguson, can we ask what are the compensation plans that these cops work for? My guess is they have such a “sweet plan” most would not take the chance to leave over principles.

        So, you would have to offer them an “ironclad deal” where they could “quit their jobs” yet still retain all the benefits each individual had accrued and be able to “transfer” such credit to his/her next job, anywhere in the USA.

        Now, that’s an American deal, right?

        Of course, have you thought about the “government” compensation plans that are offered to those who work, either in the local, state or federal levels? Ever wonder why government is growing so big?

        The Black Panthers just might be the “lost brothers” of ISIS, no?

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    • John Galt says:

      “40 FBI agents are there to bring a quickie civil rights violation charge”

      No. 45? I need a spreadsheet.

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  6. CoffeeBreak says:

    I don’t like the big govt aspect of what leo has become and the us against them mentality that puts itself front and center on far too many standpoints. I don’t like how they’ve openly embraced and aligned themselves with subversive folk. I don’t like how deeply flawed humans are not only NOT demoted and moved permanently to non-peace officer status but instead are rallied around and protected to no end and placed back on the streets after a short stint of desk duty. Leos should be supported but not blindly so. Eliminate the opaqueness. Stop the abuse of authority. Stop hiding behind the well funded unions, their lawyers and PR professionals. I never support criminals- they should be dealt with and severely. Race baiters should be put out of business- at the very least. But, citizens need also to continue to keep a close eye on leo.

    not sure whether to have coffee and stay up or go the heck to bed already.

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  7. William says:

    What the hell is the police officer Johnson doing? It always is the same outcome: blacks side with their own. Johnson should be fired. He is a disgrace.

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  8. libby says:

    The race baiters are well aware that most of their race hoaxes fall apart before trial, but they are hoping that there will be massive over-reactions that they can then point to and say “see, we told you there was racism, see how they over-react”.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      In Federal case there is no discovery like Florida. Trial by ambush is allowed. The scheme team is getting evidence from the Feds and matching their false witnesses to it. Holder should be able to frame the cop easily. That may be the arress that Crump needs. I can not see the Feds not charging this. They will come up with something at all cost.

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      • ackbarsays says:

        I saw this snippet in an article on MSNBC.com.

        An attorney for Johnson, the earlier witness, confirmed to msnbc that Johnson had been interviewed by federal authorities days after local investigators initially declined to speak with him.

        Freeman Bosley, the attorney, said federal investigators questioned Johnson Wednesday for about three-and-a-half hours. “It went really well,” he said. “They were very non-combative, which is a good thing.”

        Bosley said that Johnson, now a federal witness, has been relocated to a nearby safe house.

        Why is he in a safe house? The clear implication there is that his life is in danger FROM THE FERGUSON POLICE. The reality, though, is that it prevents local investigators from interviewing Johnson (or local cops from arresting him), so there will be no opportunity to try to exploit inconsistencies in his statements to get him to stumble upon the truth. This DOJ has learned their lessons from the Zimmerman case and they are determined to get justus this time.

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        • peachteachr says:

          But he did give a statement to Al Sharpton on his MSNBC show. He told his story of that meeting and ‘Big Mike’. No matter how long they hold him in protective custody, his version is already out there. It was interesting to use body language experts advice on when someone is lying. They say that when you lie you often stick out your tongue or lick your lips. Mr. Johnson must need lots of chap stick cause he was licking his lips like crazy while talking to Sharpton. Videotape is forever.

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        • libby says:

          Do they have blunts in federal custody? Ok.
          They had plenty of months to clean up rachel jeantel, how’d that work?
          You can take the rat out da hood, but u cant take hood out da rat.
          This is out our control, but its in God’s control. Are you ok wit dat?
          I have faith

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          • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

            Be fair to Rachael. She’s not like Brown. . She wouldn’t go into a store and push a clerk.
            She’s more apathetic then anything else.
            She also was clearly a reluctant witness. I think because she probably said something like “Yeah get that cracker.” on the phone and now feels guilty.

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        • “This DOJ has learned their lessons from the Zimmerman case and they are determined to get Justus [injustice?] this time.”

          THIS!!

          Which, of course, pushes America further down the road of the banana republic Obama wants to transform the country in.

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        • John Galt says:

          “Why is he in a safe house?”

          To prevent him from committing additional crimes and being arrested. Wouldn’t look good.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            You know, back a few years ago, this actually happened. A border patrol officer shot an illegal alien, who said he wasn’t armed (he was), in the leg or groin as he tried to skip back across the border. They cleaned up this criminal illegal alien and he testified again the officer. Oops. One problem. He went on with his business and they caught him again. Kinda messed up their plans. They tried and tried to cover it up.

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  9. doodahdaze says:

    They have set up a vote registration booth at the crime scene.

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    • libby says:

      Democracy in action. As long as everybody gets one vote, seems fair. Better to vote than to loot & pillage one would think.
      Though it might not be the best place for it, voting is a good thing

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  10. tappin52 says:

    Has Captain Johnson uttered one word in solidarity with law enforcement? It seems to me that he has gone all in on the side of BGI and NOI. I wonder what officers under his command feel about this. I would think that ripples of support for Officer Wilson would appear within the LEOs somewhere.

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  11. lovemygirl says:

    I just heard what could be a monkey wrench. An officer on FOX News claims he was told by the cps there that it wasn’t a good shoot. I didn’t catch his name but he was black, a former cop and talked about how they trusted him.

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    • woohoowee says:

      Cps? Child Protective Services?

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      • lovemygirl says:

        Typo due to meds – cops , probably among the 3 local minorities. I certainly don’t buy most of the BS but mixed in could be Wilson wasn’t 100%. I have no idea but it was the first time I heard it from someone believe able.

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        • woohoowee says:

          Probably spell check instead of you. Hope you’re doing well and sending ya good wishes and prayers :).

          I have no idea at this point either, but the video of the strong arm robbery and Brown’s decision to fight a policeman lead me to believe it’s probably justified. We’ll see.

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          • doodahdaze says:

            I think that they can not reach a murder charge from what I have seen. Looks to me like they may only get to recklessness, or negligence at the most. The battle will be fought over the last few seconds of the action IMO. But the events leading up to it will be important.

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    • Good to see you LMG. ❤

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    • doodahdaze says:

      It may or may not be. That depends on many unknowns. But his rights must be protected at every phase. The rules of when deadly force can be used will apply. Looks like the case they will make is that he had surrendered but was shot after he surrendered. That is the hands up part. If they can prove that, then the previous crimes of the thug, including the attack on the cop, are not a defense. I think that is where the case will end up. The defense will have to show that he had not surrendered but was still a threat.

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      • woohoowee says:

        “He just kept coming.”.

        Wondering if/when a video of the whole incident is going to turn up.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          That and other evidence. Also they will have to prove the cop knew and realized he had surrendered. Crump is putting his wrongful death case together now. Holder is doing his best to get a civil rights charge. I think there will be charges for sure of some sort, but what they are we will have to wait and see. The cop is going to need a really good lawyer.

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          • woohoowee says:

            It would be great of Obama and Holdup were the ones needing a really good lawyer.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            I’m seeing this whole case as secondary to the black power brokers having this one chance to consolidate and entrench their power before the Latino wave joins the white wave in statistically burying the black ripple. We are looking at both white and Latino populations in the US being somewhere around the mid-40% range by mid-century. Every realistic projection for the black population leaves it at about 13%-to-15%. For the last 50 years that 13% has basically controlled a portion of the US economy far in excess of its size and has been the primary focus of Federal social engineering legislation. They’ve hit a wall and I believe they are worried that the Latino population will not support the endless ride on the gravy train so they have to consolidate gains and pin them in place. Suits like this are designed to get legislation in place to almost guarantee that no black perp will ever be shot by police, victim or bystander protecting victim again, regardless of what crime s/he’s committing.
            Look at the legislation we have pending to destroy castle laws, stand your ground laws, laws that give those who shoot a carjacker an affirmative defense – who’s largely behind them? Certainly not the owners of cars most likely to be carjacked or homes invaded at gun point by feral urban thieves. The legislation that would strip ‘minority’ status from Latinos in areas (hint: California) where they are majorities compared to ‘other’ minorities is still crawling through the underbrush, though in a more stealth mode. A certain Administration in DC that shall go unnamed has been twisting legislation like Pigford to turn it into a virtual bottomless piggy bank before their time at screwing the country and tearing large chunks of the Constitution is over. It’s a cultural war where the smaller band of social guerrillas are trying to cause as much damage to the majority system that’s mollycoddled them before their Maoist sea dries up.
            This officer, like many before we haven’t heard of and many to come, is going to be an actual casualty in the cultural war. As with Trayvon, the black power brokers couldn’t really give a rat’s ass about Mike Brown other than his case gives them a platform. Where were Sharpton, Jackson and the rest of their vulture selves last weekend where black shooters scored a solid body count in any number of heavily black cities (this weeks black death toll not available yet), why weren’t they out walking the deserted, dangerous and bullet-ridden streets in the heavily black areas (or Latino for that hypocritical matter) and not the nice and safe white ones studded with MSM cameras? Can’t wait until Sharpie and JJ start carrying the coffins of dead thugs just as their Islamic terrorists do to gather support. OK, they could get someone to do it and they could just symbolically walk close by – don’t want to get those nice, expensive suits dirty.

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            • doodahdaze says:

              HaHa! I can see them now. But Brown would require more than a few to run around town with!! Today the cry to get rid of the DA will start. We want an Arress!!!! Instant replay.

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        • John Galt says:

          Perhaps gunpowder residue may indicate decreasing range of sequential shots.

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          • woohoowee says:

            If Brown’s DNA/hair/whatever is on the holster of Wilson’s weapon or the weapon itself they’ll do everything possible to leave that whole part of the altercation

            By the way, are the Feds trying to find out if Brown was raaaacciiisssss? If not, why not? What if he didn’t like white cops?

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          • doodahdaze says:

            That and blood spatter & trail. For example, his blood trail on the street goes from the car off to a certain point, then back to a certain point. He may have been bleeding as he moved leaving a trail of blood along the street. Like say a wounded Hyena in the jungle.

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    • OldIADGuy says:

      That I find hard to believe. First, no one in Law enforcement trusts in anyone in the press. Second, the investigators are keeping a very tight lid on information about the actual shooting. Third, by putting such a statement on the street, it endangers Officer Wilson even more. There are some dumb coppers out there, but I can’t see one that stupid.

      Also, it was Fox News that said QT was not the scene of the robbery and then later said it was. Now we know it was not the scene. There is some odd goings on here. I’m starting to think someone is intentionally putting out disinformation.

      More thoughts on the shooting later.

      Take care

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  12. Yakmaster says:

    7 people arrested. 1 person shot. By whom? 1 police car fired at. By whom?
    Ron Johnson is reported, by lawyer for one store owner, to have told him and his client that his police were ordered not to interfere with looters. He advised store owners were “on their own.”

    Johnson’s activist disregard for anyone but fellow activists is like sending out a fox to guard a henhouse. He’s Eric Holder’s Mini-Me.

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  13. scaretactics says:

    Great post SD.

    Darren needs a good lawyer now. I would be willing to donate to help pay for his defense. Is anyone aware of such a fund?

    This whole thing absolutely infuriates me. I pray for Darren and his family. He must be going through hell now.

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  14. czarowniczy says:

    Resident cynic signing in.
    Great White Defendant, eh? Can’t seem to find him/her, eh? Wasn’t s/he up there on the shelf just next to the Philosopher’s Stone? Oh wait, it’s right there behind Bigfoot.

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  15. maggiemoowho says:

    Ferguson has fell victim to Obamas pathetic foreign policy. Apologise to the terrorists because we faught back, Don’t use force because force will make the terrorists mad and they might come after us, try having a “conversation” with the enemy and maybe use some hugs. Offer money and weapons if all else fails. That will surely make the terrorists like us. Just ridiculous.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Anyone with a brain should head for the hills. The cities are done. Get away at least 50 miles out of town to a rural area. It is worth any commute if you have to work. Find places they do not like.

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      • maggiemoowho says:

        I was hoping that the curfew wouldn’t push those idiots into other towns. They are trying to scare the authorities(if you can call them that) into an arrest and now that Ferguson has pretty much surrendered to the criminals, I see an arrest happening, just like Florida did to GZ. Constitution be damned, it means nothing to the Democrats, the ones who know how to read anyway, the others just depend on what their told. BHO has taken another citizens(Officer Wilson) constitutional rights away, for political purposes.

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      • John Galt says:

        Fergusson, MO 2/3 black, 1/3 not thinking clearly

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      • lineman says:

        That should be the main point of all that is happening…Separate yourselves from evil…Get out of dodge before it kills you…I wonder when insurance carriers are going to say we won’t insure in these parts of whatever cities…

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  16. ctdar says:

    “Stupid and evil will tear apart a society whenever given the chance. You have an obligation to prepare yourself.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2014/08/16/Ferguson-When-Stupid-and-Evil-Reign-It-s-Good-to-Own-a-Gun

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  17. doodahdaze says:

    If you are white., and you live in St. Looney. Now is the time for flight. It is destined to become the next Detroit.

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  18. doodahdaze says:

    HaHa1 BGI trotting out da fambly today at Crumps rally for the lynching.

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  19. OldIADGuy says:

    This comment was posted on St. Louis Cop Talk.

    Why Should I?
    Posted by Frustrated Officer on 8/16/2014, 12:56 pm

    For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to be a police officer.

    As a young man, I worked hard to keep my nose clean and to get my ducks in a row in preparation for the long journey associated with the law enforcement hiring process. When the time came, I moved from St. Louis County to the City in order to fulfill my dream to be an Officer with the Metropolitan Police Department. After months and months of hard work and study, I graduated the Police Academy. After receiving my silver badge, I remember taking out my wallet several times a day to look at it. I couldn’t help but smile with pride knowing that I was now a member of a Department with deep rooted history and tradition. I was one of few could do this job. I was a Policeman.

    I am a second generation policeman in my 14th year of service. I consider myself a law enforcement professional. My father, who retired 19 years ago, served this community for 35 years. Over the course of my career, which has mainly consisted of patrolling north St. Louis City, I have experienced good times and bad. I have had many positive interactions with citizens. I have helped many people who couldn’t help themselves and I have put many a bad guy in jail.

    While doing this job, I have been the victim of numerous officer assaults. I have been spit on. I have been punched. I have been kicked. I have sustained lacerations which required sutures and staples. I have sustained broken bones. I have been shot at multiple times. I have had to use deadly force to defend myself against a man who was hell bent on sending me to my grave. All of this and I still continued to put on my blue shirt and proudly pin on my silver badge.

    The Ferguson incident has created an atmosphere that I have never experienced in my years of service. The media coverage of the incident and the reporting of the subsequent events seem to be very liberal and biased. Many of the news reports and written articles contain conjecture, hearsay, and untruths, yet they are published as fact. They go unchallenged. In my opinion, this type of reporting seems to pander to those who have a deep-rooted hatred for all of law enforcement and continues to stir the pot.

    It angers me to read these articles and to read the comments made by people who have no first hand knowledge of the incident. It angers me that the officer has already been convicted by the media and the community. It angers me that a local news channel released the involved officer’s home address and displayed images of his residence. As a result, I cancelled my Post Dispatch subscription today and I vow that I will no longer watch any local news, nor will I watch any show on their network. I challenge those who feel the same way to boycott these media outlets as well.

    I don’t know how other Officers are feeling, but this past week’s events in Ferguson have made me reflect on my career as a policeman and have caused me to question my future. With everything that is going on in the St. Louis region right now — the biased reporting, the rioting, the looting, and the hatred being spewed by members of this community — I can’t help but ask myself, “Why should I even give a damn?” “Why should I continue to work in a community that hates me so much because I wear a silver badge?”

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Good questions…Answer…you should not! Get the hell out of there to a white area asap. Why would any white cop want to work there? White Cop Flight.

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    • lineman says:

      I wish I could tell him that your not fighting evil anymore and your not being one of the good guys…You are now an enforcer for the state and if you happen to fight evil or do a good deed its incidental to the true nature of your job which is to protect the tyrannical state… If more cops would get that thru their head and find a different line of work we could get this problem sorted out rather quickly… I challenge anyone to debate the fact that if we didn’t have the police around it wouldn’t take long for the thugs to either leave or get dead right quick… Now sheriff’s I still agree with because we do have the power to change them if they become tyrannical…

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  20. OldIADGuy says:

    From a Gateway Pundit article.

    The New Black Panthers are leading a march in Ferguson, Missouri tonight.
    Over a thousand people are marching.

    The Black Panthers are chanting:

    What do we want?
    – Darren Wilson
    How do we want him?
    – Dead

    Take care

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  21. nyetneetot says:

    @NewBlackPanther #JustSayLoot #Ferguson

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  22. jc says:

    Story about Wilson says he lives in white suburb with pool in back, that’s quite pertinent!

    Was Wilson on patrol alone, no other cop present during the event? Any cams on the patrol car? Mass distribution of FBI cards will produce a huge number of eyewitnesses who will be coached by Crump first, maybe he will even question them and provide edited videos and transcripts to FBI. There will be so many real and bogus eyewitnesses that it will be practically impossible for a private defendant to afford an attorney to depose all of them. Holder will present such a massive pile of poop on Wilson that he’ll be forced to plea bargain.

    I’m certain that FBI is poring thru arrest records to prove the mostly white Ferguson police have systematically violated civil rights of mostly black populace.

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  23. barbie says:

    Re: the Great White Defendant/Bonfire of the Vanities

    Sundance, do you read Steve Sailer?

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  24. cohibadad says:

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/15/us/missouri-teen-shooting/index.html

    This press conference by the Ferguson Police Chief is odd. At 1:50 he says that he doesn’t know if Darren Wilson knew about the robbery and that you need to see his statement, but then he immediately afterwards says that Darren Wilson didn’t know that Brown was a suspect in the robbery.

    But in the Josie on the Dana Show 8-15-14 call in, Darren Wilson’s friend says that although he didn’t initially interact with with Michael Brown and Dorian Johnson because of the robbery, while he was interacting with them for walking down the middle of the street and their refusal/cussing back, he got the call in about the strong arm robbery and the description (@~1:40)

    I’ve been interacting with some people about this shooting, and one of the things that keeps coming up is the claim that Darren Wilson didn’t know about the robbery and didn’t know that Michael Brown was a suspect in the robbery. By this, they are claiming that the robbery is irrelevent to the shooting and that the video was released to assassinate the character of Michael Brown. The police chief didn’t help the situation with how he answered the questions in the press conference. It seems that even though Darren Wilson didn’t know about the robbery and didn’t have the description of the suspect when he first encountered Brown and Johnson, he did know about it and it was a key component of the subsequent shooting.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      That’s what I thought.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      It is pretty simple isn’t it. But I think that the Scheme Team will stipulate to all that anyway. The case will be only on whether or not he was shot after he surrendered or not. Now that will be where it is fought. Scheme Teams trying the frame up.

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      • arttart1983 says:

        doodahdaze ~ I agree w/your thoughts, this will come down to if Big Mike had his hands up when he rec’d the fatal shot. The bull rushing by Big Mike & the aggressive behavior by Big Mike at the convenience store will be relevant if the tox report comes back w/drugs in the system, maybe PCP since it’s known to contribute to aggressive behavior, but Big Mike may only have weed in his system, we’ll have to wait/see.

        Conceding to everything else by the BGI won’t change the final moments of Big Mike’s life, whether he was shot w/his hands up.

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    • cohibadad says:

      http://www.wjla.com/articles/2014/08/ferguson-police-shooter-s-name-revealed-106115.html

      Richard Reeve @:25 makes a point of claiming that the shooting and the robbery were completely unrelated. Not knowing at the time of the stop doesn’t mean not knowing at the time of the shooting.

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    • Wizzum says:

      Even if he (Wilson) didn’t know of the robbery, MB didn’t know he didn’t know and it would have certainly had an effect on his behavior. I could imagine what I would think if an officer drove past, told me to get off the road and took off, only to stop and reverse back. If I had a guilty conscience from just robbing a store. I would think, Oh no, the gig is up and prepare for arrest. That the robbery is not relevant information is totally bogus stuff (BS)

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      • John Galt says:

        Knowledge of the felony strong arm robbery is relevant to the fleeing felon rule. A cop can shoot a violent fleeing felon who the cop reasonably believes poses a serious risk of death or bodily harm to the public. For example if the cop shot Brown in the back while he was running away, with the belief that he was a dangerous fleeing felon.

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  25. barbie says:

    Oh, there it is, you ref. to Sailer, which I carelessly missed. Disregard my question earlier. Thanks. Sailer nailed it for sure, didn’t he?

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  26. tommy boy says:

    I present you the modern korean shop owner.

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    • boutis says:

      Look at the lady’s face standing behind and to the side of this gentleman. “O” is her expression. Some people in this town may have started something that they are not going to like how it is finished. The high powered security costs will be passed on to the “customers” if they even decide to stay open. This is what causes “food” desserts.

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  27. Sal paradise says:

    Holder requests 2nd autopsy. Guess the first one didn’t fit the current narrative. Magic bullet theory anyone?

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Maybe this autopsy will show the magic bullet actually entered backwards.

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    • barbie says:

      Why should anyone trust a DOJ ordered autopsy any more than an IRS employee?

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    • arttart1983 says:

      Sal paradise ~ Crump/Parks/Sharpton requested a second autopsy by the family directly to Holder, some of us speculated they didn’t want to pay for it, they’ve collected $ 58,000.00 on their GoFundMeAccount for Big Mike’s burial/family etc., they could have easily paid for a second autopsy themselves.

      But………..Holder granted the request to the family/it will cost the family nothing plus it will carry the narrative Holder most likely wants to validate..

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      • maggiemoowho says:

        So that means the Tax payers get to pay for this guys second autopsy that is being performed by Boden, who loves the media attention. Why does the DOJ need a second autopsy for a boggus civil right investigation and how much is the Government going to pay this guy to get the results they want. This is wrong on so many levels.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      2nd or 3rd? Didn’t Crump get one too?

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  28. What are the odds of this making it to a grand jury? I don’t think this DA will indict like Corey. So I guess that leaves federal charges, but a federal indictment would also require a grand jury.

    I’m anxious to see the autopsy. Eyewitness claim he was shot in the back. I do not see any evidence of that in the photos that I have seen, but will admit those photos are from a distance and they could possibly be there.

    I would also like to see the toxicology report. To me he seemed overly aggressive with the clerk, and I have to wonder if the clerk was actually fortunate that Big Mike’s other hand was busy holding boxes of cigars.

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    • AdukeLAXobserver says:

      The odds are very high it will make it to a grand jury. Prosecutors like to use them for cover. What they do with it I couldn’t put odds on. In other cases riots and looting might be in the minds of grand jury members if they don’t indict. Here that has already happened. Will they be afraid of more riots and looting? Or will they be pissed off at all the lawlessness and the wasting of all their time by a prosecutor trying to convict a good cop?

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      • What I mean is will the DA withstand the pressure to issue an indictment such as in the TM case? Will the governor appoint a special prosecuting attorney with the sole intention of filing an indictment and circumnavigating the grand jury?

        What does Missouri require?

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  29. labrat says:

    IMHO, it’s a very good thing that the cops are not giving up too many facts. Pin down the liars in their statements and then shred them when they conflict with the physical evidence. Is that not what saved GZ’s ass? Listen to that video again. The whole neighborhood was convinced that the cops “shot that nigga for no reason” from the very start and it spread from there. Adherence to that narrative will be their downfall in court.

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    • janc1955 says:

      Unfortunately, by the time that occurs young Officer Wilson’s life will be right down the toilet just as Zimmerman’s is.

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    • rashomon says:

      You’re right. As the videos and photos come out with more investigation into material witnesses (not his crazy companion who needs to be charged as an accomplice to the strong arm robbery) and autopsies, this whole narrative will change. Frankly, I’ve never seen such abusive reporting since my days covering Billy the Kid; he was such a nice guy!!!!

      Brown’s parents keep insisting that was not their son in the video of the store. Who in the heck would duplicate that clothing combination?

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      • arttart1983 says:

        rashoman ~ LMAO! Both Crump/Parks have admitted it is Big Mike on the surveillance photos, the family needs to catch up//stop lying, it doesn’t imo, create more sympathy for them to be in denial, the facts is imo, that wanted the same narrative to go forth, “Big Mike was a gentle giant,” or Big Mike was “going to College,” that was trade school or technical school. Big Mike had “turned his life around.” Bull chit. Apparently that didn’t happen.

        The family/pack of grifters competing for the microphone are clueless, Big Mike’s aggression toward the small man/employee at the convenience store was bullying & intimidating, imo, Officer Wilson faced the same aggression from Big Mike.

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  30. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    The legal standard for use of deadly force in self defense:
    1. Is a crime being committed?
    2. Is the use of force necessary to defend oneself?
    3. Is the amount of force propotional to the threat?

    It always boils down to number 3.

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    • John Galt says:

      LOL – did you study law at Al Sharpton’s School of Law ?

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      • OldIADGuy says:

        Law enforcement officer’s use of force in making an arrest.
        563.046. 1. A law enforcement officer need not retreat or desist from efforts to effect the arrest, or from efforts to prevent the escape from custody, of a person he reasonably believes to have committed an offense because of resistance or threatened resistance of the arrestee. In addition to the use of physical force authorized under other sections of this chapter, he is, subject to the provisions of subsections 2 and 3, justified in the use of such physical force as he reasonably believes is immediately necessary to effect the arrest or to prevent the escape from custody.

        1. The use of any physical force in making an arrest is not justified under this section unless the arrest is lawful or the law enforcement officer reasonably believes the arrest is lawful.
        2. A law enforcement officer in effecting an arrest or in preventing an escape from custody is justified in using deadly force only

        (1) When such is authorized under other sections of this chapter; or

        (2) When he reasonably believes that such use of deadly force is immediately necessary to effect the arrest and also reasonably believes that the person to be arrested

        (a) Has committed or attempted to commit a felony; or

        (b) Is attempting to escape by use of a deadly weapon; or

        (c) May otherwise endanger life or inflict serious physical injury unless arrested without delay.

        1. The defendant shall have the burden of injecting the issue of justification under this section.

          (L. 1977 S.B. 60)
          Effective 1-1-79

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        • OldIADGuy says:

          Use of force in defense of persons.
          563.031. 1. A person may, subject to the provisions of subsection 2 of this section, use physical force upon another person when and to the extent he or she reasonably believes such force to be necessary to defend himself or herself or a third person from what he or she reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of unlawful force by such other person, unless:

          (1) The actor was the initial aggressor; except that in such case his or her use of force is nevertheless justifiable provided:

          (a) He or she has withdrawn from the encounter and effectively communicated such withdrawal to such other person but the latter persists in continuing the incident by the use or threatened use of unlawful force; or

          (b) He or she is a law enforcement officer and as such is an aggressor pursuant to section 563.046; or

          (c) The aggressor is justified under some other provision of this chapter or other provision of law;

          (2) Under the circumstances as the actor reasonably believes them to be, the person whom he or she seeks to protect would not be justified in using such protective force;

          (3) The actor was attempting to commit, committing, or escaping after the commission of a forcible felony.

          1. A person may not use deadly force upon another person under the circumstances specified in subsection 1 of this section unless:

          (1) He or she reasonably believes that such deadly force is necessary to protect himself, or herself or her unborn child, or another against death, serious physical injury, or any forcible felony;

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  31. Cherper says:

    Thank you guys and girls for being the one place to find the real facts.

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  32. justfactsplz says:

    Much to Crump’s dismay I believe the winning agenda here will be the federal charge. That’s what is being pushed the most. It will be a trumped up charge at that. Lord help this policeman that was just doing his duty.

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    • froggielegs says:

      That is what Crump wants. Remember it’s not about going to court in a criminal trial with Crump. It’s the civil suits he wants.

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    • Yakmaster says:

      What would differeniate the federal charge from a murder charge would be that the Federal charge is civil, but would the civil charge be predicated on a “hate” crime because of race? Or would it be on some other civil right of Mike Brown’s being violated? If so, what specific civil right would that be? In Zimmerman’s case the DOJ investigated for a “hate” crime using a trumped up “slur” but this case is different, so I’m confused as to what Holder hopes to prove!! (This is a serious question, BTW)

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  33. The difference between the two cases that struck me was that it took several weeks and the efforts of a few lawyers and a publicist to get the public to focus on the Martin-Zimmerman case. However the Brown shooting, almost overnight, whipped up angry protests and looting. Anybody seen an article that gives a timeline and mentions names of how the eruption in Furguson got going/

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  34. froggielegs says:

    Oh this is priceless, on CNN the store owners attorney Jay Kanzler is on claiming that the owner never said it was MB in the CCTV video. Saying that they have never seen MB or this person in the video before. They never called the police. It was the mother with a child who called the police. He is also pushing blame on the clerk who is no longer there.

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    • IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

      while their side is whining about the video “assassinating” mikes character…..it allowed them to know who he attacked and where he robbed…..and they went and looted it and set it on fire,,,,,,,this is witness intimidation.

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      • froggielegs says:

        It is but this owner is throwing both the clerk and the woman with a child under the bus to save his store. That woman is on the video. Thanks to this attorney, he just put both her and her child’s lives in danger.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Smart clerk. Escape from Ferguson and hide. Witness protection?

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      • froggielegs says:

        Or was the clerk fired? Don’t you think that CCTV video is a bit strange? Most who rob stores show some concern about witnesses being able to identify them. Which I believe is why Dorian put the cigarillos back on the counter after Mike handed them to him. But Mike, he didn’t seem to have a care in the world. He walks in with plenty of customers coming and going and takes what he wants. The owner (thru his attorney) is claiming he has never seen Mike or “whoever was in that video” (his words not mine), before. I find that a little hard to believe given how close the market is to where Mike was staying.

        Now all of a sudden the store owner has an attorney saying how loved and respected he (the owner) is in the community and how it wasn’t him who called the cops or any of his employees, but rather a woman who had a small child with her called the police. When the attorney speaks about the clerk, all he says is he isn’t there anymore. He doesn’t say he left in fear or is hiding. Just that he isn’t there anymore. As if to say, we got rid of him for snitching.

        From watching that video and listening to this attorney, I believe this isn’t the first time Mike has walked in and taken what he wanted and it was OK with the owner because he knew if he didn’t allow it his store would be destroyed and his life in danger. To me, there is no other reason for this owner to even need an attorney let alone need one to go on TV and do damage control for him.

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  35. barbi says:

    Until this investigation is complete, why do broadcasters, including everyone at Fox, keep refering to Michael Brown as “the victim” instead of the “deceased”?

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  36. arttart1983 says:

    NAACP president: Special prosecutor “critically important” in Ferguson

    “It is critically important for a prosecutor to be appointed,” Brooks said on “Face the Nation.” “It is critically important for the Justice Department to remain active and engaged because this county, this municipality both have a long history of troubled relationships with the community. And so as a matter of community credibility, as a matter of credibility with respect to the nation they need to step up.”

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/naacp-president-special-prosecutor-critically-important-in-ferguson/

    None of us thought that the DOJ/Obama would ALLOW a Grand Jury to hear the evidence, make a decision when in fact the DOJ can appoint a special prosecutor & may get the verdict they want. They couldn’t risk a “no charge bill” just like in GZ’s case.

    It didn’t work out too well w/Angela Corey/BDLR. The Democratic Gov. is a POS imo, he needs to go home, he’s failed miserably in taking instruction from the DOJ, he can’t be trusted by the DOJ to appoint a special prosecutor, imo, Holder will likely choose a Black Special Prosecutor of his liking.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      This is where they are heading I’m afraid. This cop needs a top notch and I do mean top notch defense lawyer, someone who knows the ins and outs of federal charges.

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      • arttart1983 says:

        justfactsplz ~ I’m appalled at this bull chit, they continue to call Big Mike “an unarmed teenager.” There’s no need imo, for the local Prosecutor to step down because regardless of what ever history the racisssssssss guest, leader of the “Advancement for Colored” people complained about, there will likely be a change of venue.

        imo, the pictures of the wounds to Officer Wilson should have already been released, something Derchowitz called Corey out on for with holding them in her “charging document” & it took several Motions & many months for the Defense to even get a copy of GZ’s injuries.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          I am so angry at this. There is no need for a special prosecutor but they are demanding one and they will get it. If they don’t get a change of venue then the jury pool will be tainted. With a two thirds majority in Ferguson, that isn’t good. The strong arm in the railroading is much stronger in this case I think. Johnson didn’t police the scene last night any better than the police chief and the alderman couldn’t help enforce the curfew with all of his trying. They can’t control their own savages. Let them burn it down. There needs to be a really massive peaceful protest from whites there but it won’t happen. Major pushback is needed to get the message across we won’t put up with any longer.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        West!!!

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    • doodahdaze says:

      What are Corey and Bernie up to these days? They would be perfect.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        It was on the news not long ago that a judge got on to Corey for illegal things in George’s case. I hope she pays. I think it had to do with Ben’s case.

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        • arttart1983 says:

          justfactsplz ~ my favorite was the bitch slap the Judge gave Corey in the case of the female she fired tat was reported Nationally, the female filed sued against Corey & won her case. Corey paid up but not before Corey tried the same ole bull chit, HIDING emails from the defense.
          (can’t remember her name)

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  37. barbi says:

    Can anyone tell me what normal protocol for publically releasing an officer’s report is? The officer would have had to file a written report of the incident, even prior to being interviewed or is that wrong?

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    • arttart1983 says:

      barbi ~ every state is different/it depends on if the State has the Sunshine Law like Fla., MO. in fact does have the Sunshine Law.

      In my State, La., we have access to the Sunshine Law 1 time per year for only 1 week.

      From the FACT sheet:

      Under what circumstances can a police agency deny access to police reports that might otherwise be open?

      Sections 610.100.3 and 610.100.4, RSMo, state that the agency has the authority to withhold the disclosure of records that may otherwise be subject to disclosure under two circumstances. First, if the agency has an articulable concern over the safety of a victim, witness, or other person if the record is revealed. Second, disclosure is not necessary if the criminal investigation is likely to be jeopardized. However, the agency may need court approval for withholding this information.

      http://ago.mo.gov/sunshinelaw/faqs.htm#Q10

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  38. nivico says:

    …the DOJ is actually performing a T H I R D autopsy.

    At around the 13 minute mark in this video Crump tells the reporters that they had already completed a second independent autopsy, but that they’re not “answering any questions about the second autopsy at this time.” Wouldn’t even tell the reporters how many times Brown had been shot, and again the irony is thick that the ones demanding transparency are the ones seemingly withholding information from the public.

    Guess their own independent autopsy didn’t pan out the way they wanted and they’ll try to hide the results of the second autopsy behind ‘attorney work product’ privilege… and when that fails, they try to claim the first autopsy was botched which tainted the second autopsy.

    I’m also guessing by the change in the narrative from being shot in the back as he was running away to being shot execution style while he kneeled and begged for his life as demonstrated by the cousin in this video means that their autopsy showed that he wasn’t shot in the back.

    http://fox2now.com/2014/08/15/live-updates-brown-family-addresses-the-media-from-ferguson-police-headquarters/

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    • John Galt says:

      “I’m also guessing by the change in the narrative from being shot in the back as he was running away to being shot execution style while he kneeled and begged for his life as demonstrated by the cousin in this video means that their autopsy showed that he wasn’t shot in the back.”

      Probably trying to reconcile the bullet hole in the middle of his forehead and the gun powder residue on his face with the “shot 10 times in the back from 35 yards away while surrendering with his hands up” witness statements. Crump will call in the NAACP mortician as the controlling medical authority.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      If those Autopsy reports helped Crumps case then you would hear about them on every news station and they would have had t-shirts printed already. Remember Rudy Eugene, the man who ate the homeless mans face in Miami. Drug tests only showed pot in his system, but he had incredible strenth, he was shot multiple times, yet he kept eating, finally the 4th shot took him down. I’m curious about the drug test results, however even if they don’t show anything, (which is a huge if) Mike B. had just commited a felony and I would imagine he was high on adrenaline.

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      • Wizzum says:

        how much trauma to his knees will be a telling factor, if he was kneeling with his hands up there will be none. If he was “bullrushing” the officer then there should be some fairly deep gouges, a 300lb man falling forward under momentum, would, I think cause significant gravel rash.

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    • nivico says:

      I think the media is watching this site…

      At 2:41, three minutes after this post, CNN changed it’s headline from “Justice Dept. authorizes 2nd autopsy on Michael Brown” to “Body of Michael Brown
      to have 3 autopsies”

      😉

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  39. Logan2016 says:

    It will be interesting if Michael Baden does an autopsy. He’s very well respected but he was extremely critical of George Zimmerman during his trail. Baden said a lot of stupid/biased things that make me wonder if he’s going to be fair minded for this autopsy.

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    • arttart1983 says:

      Have you read that Dr. Baden was doing the autopsy? Is that who the DOJ has appointed to do the 2nd autopsy?

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      • nivico says:

        According to Parks, the second autopsy has already been done… the family’s other attorney, Anthony Gray, said they’ll be bringing in Baden as a forensic pathologist.

        Sounds like Baden didn’t perform the autopsy… Shiping ‘I know nothing’ Bao all over again?

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    • doodahdaze says:

      He is a whore for $$$$ He testifies in favor of who pays him.

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  40. barbi says:

    the media needs to go on trial. how do we accomplish that. no matter the evidence that eventually comes out in this case, our democracy is threatened not by one dead 18 year old nor one officer but by an inept, in some cases, and a biases in other cases, and in a professionally criminal in many cases, media.

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  41. OldIADGuy says:

    The train is going to have a harder time leaving the station. Drudge has now picked up on the video Sundance posted yesterday, but from another site. Here is the link from Drudge.

    http://www.ijreview.com/2014/08/168698-eyewitness-recalls-important-detail-background-video-mins-ferguson-shooting/

    I’ve seen a couple of other sites also report this information. If the FBI is worth their salt, they need to be looking for these guys.

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  42. jc says:

    What are the MO arson statutes like? Have there been ANY arson arrests?

    Thinking about the Mo governor’s press conference/shout out where one of the more coherent hecklers complained about no responses to 911 calls. I initially thought about police but the fire dept , esp if they were vols, probably refused to respond.

    Everything worthwhile in the town will be torched and/or looted the remaining whites will leave and everybody will blame whitey, it’s sad but funny at the same time.

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  43. IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

    ryan j reilly, huffpo “reporter”…shows how out of touch liberals are from reality,and how little they know about guns in general, despite their attempts to appear as experts.

    “are these rubber bullets”….no, they are foam ear plugs.

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  44. AnthinyDuhe says:

    This is ALL ABOUT GETTING THE BLACK VOTE OUT—they need the blacks out voting for cover as they steal more votes

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  45. OldIADGuy says:

    ST LOUIS COPTALK
    [ Post a Response | ST LOUIS COPTALK ]

    Ferguson: Robbery – Shooting Connection
    Posted by Frustrated on 8/17/2014, 2:03 pm

    I am frustrated, more like pissed, with the media and the so-called experts saying the strong-arm robbery of the Ferguson Market has nothing to do with the shooting of Michael Brown. YES IT DOES! What was Brown’s mindset when he saw the police car after he committed the robbery? Of course Brown is dead and we won’t be able to ask him. However, it’s highly probably that Brown believed that Officer Wilson was there to arrest him for robbery. Brown was likely preparing himself mentally to resist and escape an anticipated arrest. When Wilson confronted him, Brown’s plan was to physically assault Officer Wilson. Brown was 6’4″, 300 lbs. He could’ve probably gotten the best of most officers in a one-on-one resisting, especially when an officer is in the process of exiting a vehicle.

    There is also reason to believe that Officer Wilson considered Brown to be the robbery suspect at the time of the confrontation. Ferguson Chief Jackson has not been able to put out a cogent statement on Officer Wilson’s thought process leading up to encounter, and in fact, Chief Jackson has contradicted himself. I emphasize with Chief Jackson, he seems like a good guy. Chief Jackson has the eyes of the world on him and I can only imagine the pressure he is under, but he has not been Officer Wilson’s best advocate. Officer Wilson needs to get an articulate, tenacious attorney to start a media blitz and get his side of the story out there.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Yes, this is what he needs to do. With George’s case they waited too long to get the real story out there thanks to prosecution not turning over pertinent discovery. Imo, they need to also push Brown’s criminal past, something that wasn’t done in Trayvon’s story. His past was hidden and sealed from scrutiny.

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    • Mist'ears Mom says:

      What is the chance that the officer heard or that the radio called identified these 2 were suspects in an “armed robbery”? Who calls in a stong armed robbery? How common is a non-armed robbery? If there are 911 tapes and/or recordings of the call that would put into perspective the officers state of mind at the time of the stop before the physical encounter.

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  47. OldIADGuy says:

    Dear Governor, when in a hole, stop digging!!!!

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2014/08/17/Gov-Nixon-Brown-besmirched-by-police

    SMHID

    Take Care

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