Why Did The “Democrat” Governor Of Missouri Put Captain Ron Johnson In Charge of Ferguson, Missouri ?

A disturbing series of events is surfacing.   During the Trayvon Martin narrative in 2012 one of the challenges for the concentric circle of manipulators who sought to construct a false dynamic, intention and motive for George Zimmerman was the facts running counter to their chosen narrative. 

Anyone who focused on facts needed to be removed in order for the narrative to advance.

Bill Lee - Chris SerinoBill Lee 2

Toward that end in Sanford Florida (2012) the Police Chief, Bill Lee, was removed from authority; then the local prosecutor, Norm Wolfinger, was removed; eventually the local lead Detective, Chris Serino, was removed and replaced with State investigators working for the new “special prosecutor” Angela Corey.

When you are constructing a ruse -based on faulty and imperfect details- control becomes the primary factor.  Everything must be controlled.

In 2012 anything not specifically controlled by those who are shaping events is considered a “risk”.   That “risk” is why a Grand Jury was never used in the Zimmerman case.  The facts and the grand jury were a risk because they specifically ran counter to the claims being advanced.   That’s also why you never saw the results of the FBI investigation into the Zimmerman case – because that investigation showed there was ZERO substance to the claims being made.

It would be entirely possible to write a book on all of the legal and political maneuvers made in 2012, 2013 just to avoid the facts of the Zimmerman case reaching sunlight.

In order to understand what’s going on in 2014 I STRONGLY would recommend you look back to very specific events early in the construction of the Trayvon narrative and contrast those events against what’s happening today:

The first is HERE “Leave No Stone Unturned”.

The Second is HERE “Creating Media Evidence”.

Both of those are detail accounts of what was taking place are key to understanding what is going on in 2014.   Remember, “control” is the key to continuing a fraud.

Obama Holder

When you lose control, as in such an instance as you are forced to put only facts in front of a jury, the fraud collapses – and in 2013 George Zimmerman was acquitted.

Flash Forward To 2014:

So why is Captain Ron Johnson, selected by a Democrat governor, approved by Eric Holder and the DOJ, and then put into place?

captain ron johnson tweet.

On it’s face that sentiment expressed by Ron Johnson, and pushed by the racial grievance industry through professional race baiter Michael Skolnik might seem disingenuous.   But you need to look beyond the surface to understand why  “this man”, is considered by the constructionists to be the “best man”.

Here’s an example of construction and media assistance in controlling/editing.

Captain Ron Johnson marching with the “protesters” as displayed by New York Magazine, along with the accompanying script:

captain ron johnson New York Mag

But here is another angle showing you what they cut out, to control the narrative:

Captain ron johnson marching with the bloods

Yes, it’s a little troubling to see the Captain of the Highway Patrol walking shoulder to shoulder with the notorious “Bloods” street gang.

That fact doesn’t help the narrative.

That fact must be controlled.

So that fact is cut out.

Here’s another example.   In this example you see New Black Panther leader Malik Shabaaz leading the crowd in a chant of kill officer Darren Wilson:

Who do we want?  Darren Wilson – How do we want him?  DEAD.

Yikes.  That’s troubling.   But yet who was standing right beside the Black Panthers?

Who was right there listening to what was taking place ?

Yep, Captain Ron Johnson.   Who apparently has no issues with chants of death toward another law enforcement officer.

Now go back and look at that original statement from Ron Johnson again:

captain ron johnson tweet.

…..And ask yourself the original question:

Why did they put Captain Ron Johnson in charge of Ferguson Missouri ?

Remember, control, not facts, is the key element in creating -and maintaining- the ruse.

Control:  Remove the police chief.  Remove the local investigators. Remove the prosecutor…..  ie. remove the facts.

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117 Responses to Why Did The “Democrat” Governor Of Missouri Put Captain Ron Johnson In Charge of Ferguson, Missouri ?

  1. Lucille says:

    Just as a little information exercise, I checked on the political parties for governors of Missouri since 1901, which includes #s 30-55 (present). Nine governors have been Republican…#50 was John Ashcroft and #54 was Matt Blunt, both of whom served one term. Nixon is #55. Nixon is, of course, a PC tool. He is the typical liberal who is afraid to speak the truth even if he knows it for fear of being called racist, homophobic, or sexist. He may actually believe his PC blather. But he seems to have little concern for real truth or justice, as his actions/words show.

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  2. 2x4x8 says:

    i noticed DOJ is having another autopsy done, first one did not come out the way they wanted, i remember there was a conflict with the Medical Examiner in the Trayvon Martin case

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    • BertDilbert says:

      As long as there are two autopsies that are not released, Crump’s and the Feds, they can continue the ruse that there is some information in there that implicates the officer in some way.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      DOJ supposedly investigating “Civil rights” angle. Autopsy will be looking for racially motivated wounds I guess?

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    • Stormy says:

      It looks like the Feds may need Dr. Bao’s “work” again.

      There is no truth. There is only opinion and fact.” – Dr. Shiping Bao

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    “Why did they put Captain Ron Johnson in charge of Ferguson Missouri ?” {Waving hand in air} I know. I know. He had a reputation for being a “racist” and wants to run for office and “someone” knew he would do whatever the higher ups told him to do. Am I right?

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  4. nivico says:

    “That’s also why you never saw the results of the FBI investigation into the Zimmerman case – because that investigation showed there was ZERO substance to the claims being made.”

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    If Shiping Bao is to be believed, the DOJ is still actively pursuing its case against GZ:

    “Dr. Bao said he has been questioned this summer by the U.S. Department of Justice in their investigation into whether George Zimmerman violated Trayvon Martin’s civil rights when he shot Martin in February 2012.”

    http://mynews13.com/content/news/cfnews13/news/article.html/content/news/articles/cfn/2014/8/12/zimmerman_trial_medi.html

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  5. doodahdaze says:

    A representative of the Governor and the POTUS. Working with Street gangs and Black Panthers to lynch an honest cop incredible. Are the nations cops going to take this lying down? This is worse than GZ. Normally I am interested in protecting people from cops abusing their rights. But here the cops rights must be protected. They are being abused by the process.

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  6. The similarities of these two cases is beyond belief; at least Trayvon paid for his skittles and ice tea whereas Big Mike stole his cigars and strong-armed the poor small clerk.

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  7. Rurik says:

    Maybe time to revive an old slogan. “Nixon’s The One”.

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  8. Dear Sundance, I’d like your permission to attract your attention to an interesting intervention. That of Mark Steyn. ($5 / $50 cigars, who’s counting?)

    http://www.steynonline.com/6524/cigars-but-not-close

    I was surprised to see his focus is somewhere else, not where yours (and, if I may, mine) is.

    Now I don’t trust anybody unconditionally but Mark Steyn comes as close to that as you do (few others – Professor V. D. Hanson, for example).

    Perhaps you might comment on Steyn’s surprising point of view / focus, only if you feel like it.

    Cognitive dissonance needs resolving (-:

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    • John Galt says:

      Steyn seems to be an intentional liar. Why is he lying? I don’t know. Maybe you should ask him.

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      • I’ve read Steyn for many years. So have many of us. No, he is unlikely to be an unintentional liar.

        Sundance has also been an advocate against the increase of strength / military identity of the police.

        When it comes to the Ferguson case, I – like Sundance – see the attempted railroading of a police officer (possibly innocent) in the name of the race industry as the main focus here, not the alleged abuses of the police.

        Nevertheless, given Steyn’s credentials (which does not mean he can’t ever be wrong!), I believe his arguments merit a reading and un informed disagreement.

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      • Lucille says:

        Drop him a note at his website. He’s already had a real earful on this one.

        He’s a brilliant and opinionated man. As for purposefully lying, he may be misinformed on occasion and not one to make many apologies when wrong, but lying?…come on!

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      • Doesn’t sound like lying, but definitely is playing fast and loose with numbers.He constantly compares apples to oranges, doesn’t use per capita comparisons, doesn’t look at racial makeup of the countries cited, etc.

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        • Lucille says:

          His research on demographics is usually spot-on. So I’m not quite sure what sent him off on the wrong side of Ferguson. He’s definitely against what is being termed “the militarization of the police” for the obvious reason that once the police get to select officers based not upon competency and expertise but on political correctness and leftism, the police will no longer be our friends.

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        • A watcher says:

          Bingo.

          There are a whole lot of discussions, issues, people, blogs, news sources, policies, researches, etc., etc., etc., that have for 50 years now twisted themselves around the agenda of ignoring black dysfunction. I see Steyn as one of those.

          For example the whole kerfuffle about “militarization of the police” is code for “why are police forces being better equipped with my tax dollars than the armed gangstas they are eventually going to have to tame?”

          As though that’s some sort of problem. I mean, except to THC-saturated paranoid types among the back-to-the-land right.

          Look, it’s really simple. When it becomes obvious (should it ever) that these well-equipped LE units are using that force to unlawfully oppress whites, whites simply stop paying taxes. It’s really that easy. Nationwide. About 30% wouldn’t (the terminal liberals) but the rest of us would bring the system down in a few weeks.

          There aren’t many LE who’d jeopardize their pensions for that; they know who is buttering their bread, and they have to actually work hard for it, as opposed to EBT/Section 8/etc. recipients.

          This “militarization” of LE was some wise people in the Pentagon realizing that the door is closing for law abiding, intelligent, productive, orderly communities to be equipped to fight the undertow, armed as it is by Mexican drug lords (among others). They skimmed money out of their budgets to do that, at a time when the Pentagon budget is a smaller proportion of GDP than ever before.

          Spending on the “war on poverty” vs. spending on national defense
          http://economicscourageous.wordpress.com/category/economics/great-society/

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          • ytz4mee says:

            About 30% wouldn’t (the terminal liberals) but the rest of us would bring the system down in a few weeks.

            That is delusional thinking at its best.
            The out of control Fed hasn’t needed our tax receipts for over a decade. They print whatever they want. They create the fiction of an “auction” of T-bills.

            The only reason for the IRS and a “tax policy” at this point is for social control. Period. Tax code law is used to coerce behavior that those in power want.

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    • cohibadad says:

      It was hard to read that. He seems more concerned with what type of camouflage and comparing the number of bullets shot by German versus American police than he does with the facts. He got the price of cigars wrong. He got the knowledge of the robbery AT THE TIME OF THE SHOOTING wrong. He doesn’t offer an alternative to an armed police force to counter the rioting looters. I’m all for discussing militarization of the police and police brutality, falsification of evidence, etc., but during riots??? You gotta be kidding. In times like these I thank God we have brave men and women willing to put their lives on the line to ensure the safety of American citizens. I’d pat them on the back and say it to their face. They need our encouragement and support, not the type of second guessing Mark Steyn displays.

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      • John Galt says:

        He didn’t just “get it wrong.” He lied.

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      • Cohibadad, I’m not saying I agree (because, so far, I don’t) with Steyn in this instance (he might have gotten some details wrong, given the awful confusion disseminated by the mainstream media, that doesn’t mean any proven lying, unless we also buy the idea President Bush lied about WMD’s, which I don’t). I’m saying it is interesting to assess an alternate point of view from somebody who is not MSNBC, Puffington, etc.

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        • John, your right to be convinced of that.

          As somebody who followed Steyn’s often brilliant articles at least since 2001, I am very far from being convinced of that. That doesn’t mean his opinions are gospel letter to me.

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          • John Galt says:

            Steyn lied about known facts.

            Steyn: “This morning the Police Chief, Thomas Jackson, released security-camera shots of the late Michael Brown apparently stealing a five-dollar box of cigarillos from a convenience store”

            FALSE – Contemporaneously with the security camera photos, the police also released a detailed police report describing the strong arm robbery in detail

            Steyn: “The Ferguson policeman was unaware that Brown was a robbery suspect at the time he encountered him and shot him dead.”

            FALSE

            Steyn: “So we have an officer who sees two young men, unwanted for any crime, walking down the middle of the street and stops his cruiser.”

            FALSE

            Steyn: “On the other hand, Jackson further confused matters by suggesting that he noticed Brown had cigars in his hand and might be the suspect.”

            Steyn attempts to disregard a known fact by characterizing it as “confusion”.

            Steyn’s Footnote:

            “Several readers have queried my use of the term “shoplifter”, insisting that this was a “strongarm robbery”, the phrase du jour. It’s not clear whether, legally speaking, this was any kind of robbery, in the sense of a prosecutable crime: The store owner did not report any theft and did not volunteer the video as evidence.”

            FALSE: Police received a robbery in progress call at 11:51 AM. An officer responded in person at 11:54 AM and obtained a physical description of the suspect. The police broadcast by radio a detailed description of the suspect at 11:57 AM. Wilson encountered Brown at 12:01 PM

            The remainder of Steyn’s article is quite revealing with respect to the basis for his personal bias against police, which he has extrapolated to the Brown shooting by lying about known facts.
            .

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            • “Steyn lied about known facts.

              Steyn: “This morning the Police Chief, Thomas Jackson, released security-camera shots of the late Michael Brown apparently stealing a five-dollar box of cigarillos from a convenience store”

              FALSE – Contemporaneously with the security camera photos, the police also released a detailed police report describing the strong arm robbery in detail”

              False? You mean incomplete?

              “Steyn: “The Ferguson policeman was unaware that Brown was a robbery suspect at the time he encountered him and shot him dead.”

              FALSE”

              This was all over the media. Should Steyn have better informed himself before opining? Yes. It wasn’t his lie, though.

              “Steyn: “On the other hand, Jackson further confused matters by suggesting that he noticed Brown had cigars in his hand and might be the suspect.”

              Steyn attempts to disregard a known fact by characterizing it as “confusion”. ”

              At the time, given the confusion disseminated by the media, this was not a “known fact.” The “attempt to disregard” is an assumption which I disagree with.

              Bottom line: subpar research for sure. Proven willingness to lie? Not in my book.

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      • IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

        “In times like these I thank God we have brave men and women willing to put their lives on the line to ensure the safety of American citizens.”…to that end,I just found out that my little brother, 25, stl city pd….has been on duty in ferguson late night since this started.

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      • Ed in TX says:

        “In times like these I thank God we have brave men and women willing to put their lives on the line to ensure the safety of American citizens.”

        I respectfully disagree.

        The point Steyn is making is that the police culture in the United States has been corrupted and would be unrecognizable to the Founding Fathers. And though you may be grateful for police protection in times of civil unrest, you are wrong to think your appreciation somehow removes you from the police target list. Contemporary police training says that if you post on sites like this, you’re anti-government and therefore a potential terrorist, and that justifies no-knock raids and the use of notoriously flammable flashbangs.

        The relationship between the police and the public is the primary point at which citizens directly interact with the government. If you are against Big Government, you must be against Big Police. You cannot rely on protection from people who see you as a potential criminal.

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        • ytz4mee says:

          The relationship between the police and the public is the primary point at which citizens directly interact with the government. If you are against Big Government, you must be against Big Police. You cannot rely on protection from people who see you as a potential criminal.

          I think you are deliberately avoiding the bigger issue.

          If you go to the marketing data based on zipcodes compiled from census data, and search communities that are 95% white or better, then tease out the other metrics of those communities, you will find a very low cost for government ratio. You will also see a very small police force – some of the counties we are researching for relocation have 7 officers for an entire county – and yet crime is non-existent. Why is that?

          Why are super majority white areas of the country able to effectively “self-govern” and “self-regulate” themselves without the need for either “big government” and most assuredly, “big police”?

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    • sundance says:

      There’s an element all overlook and apparently so does Steyn.

      Mike Brown did not steal “a pack” of cigars, he took the whole sleeve. The entire remaining contents of the box which contains the individual packages. That’s why the police report lists the retail value of the theft so high.

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  9. daniel says:

    It troubles me that they feel both the need to manufacture their cases and justified in creating a false reality because it represents what they believe is reality. They believe this is how good people behave and how justice is served. How brain damaged are they??

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    • John Galt says:

      I don’t think they believe it is either reality or how good people behave. Rather, their conduct is (1) unfettered by moral scruples and (2) based upon what they perceive as beneficial to their own interests.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Ethical Egoists.

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      • Daniel says:

        And do you believe every last supporting Democrat thinks the same way? I’ve known far too many of these people. They always claim there is no excuse for criminal behavior except for that of their own doing. They literally cannot see anything wrong in themselves.

        Almost anyone can describe circular logic and other falasies, but when it comes to their own thinking, most people, not only Democrats, will deny their own. Another reply identified them as “egoists.” I concur. It’s truly about ego.

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  10. harrydweeks says:

    This guy Johnson is being played. If he falls for it, he’s no better than the thugs in the street. Bring out all the information they have and do it now. The video was being withheld via Holder and Justice for political reasons. My compliments to the Chief for releasing it. Story way overblown, 16 dead in Chicago last week and no so called black leaders have said shit about it.

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  11. Sundance, by the way, I find your coverage of these sorry events excellent. Yes, Steyn should have informed himself better, as he can when he puts his mind to it.

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  12. Yakmaster says:

    As Sundance says, the playbook for this contrived narrative is the same as the Martin case. The player/puppeteers are the same too. ALL THEY’VE CHANGED ARE THE PUPPETS.
    What keeps outraging me is that the MSM has seen this play before yet they are deliberately providing the world stage for the theatrics. It’s an insult to a thinking person’s intelligence, yet they apparently expect no one to realize that “Hey! I’ve seen this show before. I already know the plot!!”
    How long before it dawns on objective members of the general public? I dunno. But, I’ll know the MSM is getting real pushback when commentators here and there start getting the balls to publicly question some of the storyline. That’s what eventually happened last time with Zimmerman Martin case—to the furious outrage of the puppet masters and their admirers. Their war cry was “racists.” Sigh.

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  13. I think this may have been posted before:

    http://danaloeschradio.com/alleged-friend-of-officer-darren-wilson-offers-his-side/

    A friend of the police officer.

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  14. Hwan Honaise says:

    Perhaps Mark Steyn (who no doubt was not at the scene) was restating information he gleaned from other sources which stated “$5” for a “pack” of cigars. (which does not appear to be the case in the surveillance video – looks like a carton, not a pack.) If the information is indeed wrong, it still doesn’t make Steyn a liar, nor necessarily wrong on his larger point.

    “However, even if I did, nothing in them would suggest that the use of lethal force by the officer in question was justified in this circumstance. Lifting a pack of cigars that costs less than $5 does not constitute a capital offense in America and hasn’t in civilized society for several hundred years.”
    http://www.redstate.com/2014/08/15/stealing-swisher-sweets-becomes-capital-offense/

    Both the RedState post and Steyn’s posts appeared on 8/15/2014.

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  16. IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:
    • auscitizenmom says:

      Has it crossed anyone else’s mind that we might be paying these “protestors from out of town” who wear the kerchiefs over their faces, a group of mercenaries, so to speak? I wish someone could get pictures of their faces so we could check them out for other “protests”.

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  17. IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

    McDonalds employees locking themselves in store room. MC-D is overrun. /u/CrabNicholson_KD0VPZ
    12 minutes agoThe stl county pd is reporting a shooting near the quick trip on their twitter /u/CrabNicholson_KD0VPZ
    9:00 PM
    an hour agoFight in progress, at least 4 adults Crowd of 1000+ on W Florissant People throwing rocks off highway overpass, unsure of which one /u/CrabNicholson_KD0VPZ
    an hour agoAccording to the Ferg scanner, “People throwing rocks off an over pass on to the highway, didn’t catch which bridge.” /u/CrabNicholson_KD0VPZ

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  18. justfactsplz says:

    Breaking. Live CNN, fight in Ferguson between police and protesters.

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  19. justfactsplz says:

    Intense clash involving hundreds of protesters. Armored vehicles, tear gas, and rubber bullets all being used. Guns are drawn. Arrests being made.

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  20. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    They must really hate pizza over there. Two nights ago the roof of a Domino’s was set on fire, now they are looting a PapJohns.

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    • woohoowee says:

      Whoo doggies! This is gonna stir ’em up!

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Evidence!! Fatal shot last shot entered top of head. None in back. How he shot in top of head? Maybe Bull Rush cop?

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      • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

        Probably not the fatal shot if the last.
        Since the shot in the eye would be lethal.
        The way I see it he was shooting to wound at first.
        As Brown kept coming Wilson focused on the body.
        The cumulative shots took their toll and Brown started to fall.
        Before Wilson could stop, he fired off one last round which hit the top of the head.

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  21. rashomon says:

    Around 9 p.m. hundreds of people in Ferguson gathered to set off fireworks and cause many other problems. Riot police are trying to control the crowds.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Is it just me, or does it seem like there are as many reporters and camermen as there are rioters?

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      • doodahdaze says:

        SHOTS FIRED!!!

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        • rashomon says:

          The Bloods, a very nasty group known for extreme violence, often gather to support their brothers in other cities. I, too, wonder what would happen to these stories if no reporters, cameras and photographers showed up. The rioters and so-called disenfranchised would have no audience for which to perform. Sad. Unless they can irritate Whitey, they have little purpose.

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  22. Aslan's Girl says:

    Has this been posted here yet? Just saw it on twitter:

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    • doodahdaze says:

      B for Bloods. Must be a new program to friend the gangs. Maybe he thinks they will start a new Mickey Mouse Club.

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    • rgordo03 says:

      Capt Ron Johnson is a member of the historically black greek organization, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

      That hand sign is a recognition of members in the fraternity, not a gang sign. Both of these men are college grads and presuming otherwise is just another level of ignorance & stereotypes. Please education yourselves at: www[dot]kappaalphapsi1911[dot]com

      Either change and properly acknowledge this a positive story or please take it down for it’s false headline. Thank you.

      ~A proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

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      • P.Spinach says:

        The letters are Greek, not the fraternity. Don’t attempt to muddy the facts. Using the sign of any black fraternity or sorority during a racially ignited demonstration is inappropriate!!! Would you think a captain flashing a white sorority or fraternity symbol in the midst of racist tensions correct and positive???

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  23. doodahdaze says:

    Some stupid black woman is on MSBNC yabbering about where the cop lives. OMG.

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    • partyzantski says:

      She might as well be telling the Stasi where Anne Frank is living. Same intent displayed. Yet, NO charge filed, no action taken.
      Folks, civilization is taking notes on the sidelines and when the lesson is over and absorbed, this will be ugly (er)

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  24. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    From Reddit live feed:
    Also a second 3 vehicle accident involving a bus in the area, with occupants of the bus now fighting.

    10 minutes to curfew.

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  25. czarowniczy says:

    Bottom line is, as with GZ, once the incident hits the media meat grinder and the racial muckrakers start making torches and buying pitchforks on credit, any hope for justice goes right out the window. It’s not justice anymore, it’s politics and hatred wrapped up in a nice neat and easily served package. The shooter’s suddenly gone from defendant presumed innocent until proven guilty to entree.
    As an aside, I find it curious that with all of the action going on preceding the shooting that no one in the area had his or her cell phone out shooting video of yet another evil blue-eyed devil sociocultural oppressor of the poor, downtrodden and historically socioculturally oppressed shooting a member of the adjective-heavy group. I thought that nearly every innercity resident who could beg, borrow, steal or get one on a Federal program had a cell phone. The lack of video on the Fergusoin incident’s is a curious a thing, just like how there are so few UFO sightings recorded now (not counting those on the various History Channel shows) that so many people have cell phones capable of recording video. ET! Phone home before a white cops shoots you for stealing those Reece’s Pieces.

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  26. Gene B. says:

    The complete takeover by the Government Hacks is no more than any dictator Govt. Spinning the news story to create the picture they want to tell. Both Obama ,Holder and Capt. Johnson helped to convince the rioters they were on the right track. They abrogated the authority of the local Police and fanned the flames by coddling the thugs. If they locked up the thugs from the beginning all the rioting would stop , instead of appeasing the thugs.This information really shines a new light on this mess.
    Too Bad Obama and Holder couldn put their efforts towards Benghasi , IRS.Vets Admin., Iraq and The NSA..I guess it is more important when the participants are Of color and more worthy.
    We have no Government Period.h

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  27. doodahdaze says:

    Is it a good idea to lift the curfew but call in the national guard? Somehow this does not seem to be rational.

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