Why Did They Burn Down The Quick Trip ? – And Other Ferguson Thug Behavior Questions Answered…

On the first real night of heavy looting and chaos in Ferguson Missouri a Quick Trip convenience store was looted and then burned to the ground.  In sharing why, and explaining the motive, you can grasp an understanding of how the Ferguson “street talk” is driving the chaos.

A personal message to LEO If Captain Ron Johnson and/or the authorities in/around Ferguson want to get out ahead of the thug behavior you only need to understand this simple outline and then deploy your digital forensics team – ASAP.

After the Quick Trip was destroyed the following message was spray painted on the side of the building:

snitches get stitches

But to understand why the Quick Trip quick was chosen you need to listen to this conversation.

In this video you can hear why.   The important understanding happens at :36 point of the conversation:

#1 (On camera):  “Ferguson Market they talking about him stole some rillos. Bro, rillos behind the fuckin’ counter”

#2 (Off camera):   “They say he stole them from Quick Trip“… “They say he stole them from Quick Trip“.

#1: “Bro he wasn’t at the fuckin’ Quick Trip”…

#2: “That’s the rumor” … “they say that’s the rumor“… “that shit up”…

#1:  “Mother fucker’s lyin’ bro” … “dude was at The Ferguson Market bro, next to the McDonalds”…

But there you have it.   The word on the street, the “rumor” was, the theft was at the Quick Trip – and ergo the Quick Trip was the source of the initial call to police.

So what did the street thugs do the very next night ?

They punished the Quick Trip, who was thought to be the cause of Mike Brown being busted by the Police because the convenience store “snitched” on him.

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All of this designed to punish the business that violated the rules of the street and snitched on them, which led to one of their boys getting shot by the police.

quick trip

The next move against a business for violating the rules of the street came the night after the police released the actual video of the theft at The Ferguson Liquor Market.

Michael Brown store robbery

As a result of that information being released to the press The Ferguson Market became the target for looting and fire.

And now the owner / manager are fearful for their lives.

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Again, street justice.   Snitches get Stitches.

The motive for the violence and cultural behavior is to punish anyone who would support the rule of law and/or intimidate anyone to keeping their mouth shut.   If you violate that street rule you run the risk of street justice being delivered upon you.

You can see the problem such constructs of society can levy against the surrounding community.   If you don’t support the predatory system you will become a victim to the predators who run the construct.

This is why there are so many people who will only espouse the street version of events, even when those street versions are completely false.   Such as the actual events surrounding the shooting of Mike Brown itself.

If any eye witness ever dared to speak the truth to what they witnessed they would soon find themselves up against the thugs who rule the street.

That’s why the key to determining the truth in such a scenario only found “behind the visible scenes”, in the unspoken conversations that can be captured by people who are tuned in to where the truthful conversation would be taking place.   Conversations that people have when they are unaware of themselves being recorded.

Conversations like the one eye-witness we have shared who speaks in the background of the video shot at the actual scene of the shooting.

If you were to question this witness in the open you would never get the same response because that young man would be fearful of the street predators paying attention to what he was saying to authorities.

This “rule of the street” is also why this recording we uncovered is so critical to understanding the truth of what took place.

1 How’d he get from there to there?

#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck


#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him


#2 Then the next thing I know he coming back toward him cus – the police had his gun drawn already on him –

#1. Oh, the police got his gun

#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him

It was a sharp Treeper who originally caught the background conversation within the video. The video was originally uploaded by a U-Tube account “Black Canseco“.

The video was taken in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, and judging from the comments attributed to the uploader -although he was not a direct witness- he felt the video was affirmational toward Mike Brown and the anti-police narrative.

However, probably unknown -or at least unnoticed- in the background of the video you can hear an audio conversation of a male eye witness to the shooting itself describing what he saw to another curious male spectator. Again, the conversation of importance is in the background.

The testimonial the eye witness is describing immediately after the shooting is in direct alignment with a second party statement from a friend of Officer Darren Wilson.

FIRST, The friend describes the event –as told to her by Wilson– as follows:

He pulled up ahead of them. And then he got a call-in that there was a strong-arm robbery. And, they gave a description. And, he’s looking at them and they got something in their hands and it looks like it could be what, you know those cigars or whatever. So he goes in reverse back to them. Tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael did. And, then he opened the car again. He tried to get out. He stands up.

And then Michael just bum-rushes him and shoves him back into his car. Punches him in the face and them Darren grabs for his gun. Michael grabbed for the gun. At one point he got the gun entirely turned against his hip. And he shoves it away. And the gun goes off.

Well, then Michael takes off and gets to be about 35 feet away. And, Darren’s first protocol is to pursue. So, he stands up and yells, “Freeze!” Michael and his friend turn around. And Michael taunts him… And then all the sudden he just started bumrushing him. He just started coming at him full speed. And, so he just started shooting. And, he just kept coming. And, so he really thinks he was on something.” (link)

The eye witness talking on this video describes the exact same scenario.

The value in this is specifically because it is unguarded, and unprompted, testimony from an eyewitness that contradicts several others who spoke later but may have an agenda or pressure from the community.

Again, the conversation to focus on is in the background – Again, here’s the original raw video and my attempt at transcription, the important part is at 06:28 point: [ “#2” is the male eye witness ]

@6:28/6:29 of video

#1 How’d he get from there to there?

#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck


#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him


#2 Then the next thing I know he coming back toward him cus – the police had his gun drawn already on him –

#1. Oh, the police got his gun

#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him


#2 Police fired shots – the next thing I know – the police was missing

#1 The Police?

#2 The Police shot him

#1 Police?

#2 The next thing I know … I’m thinking … the dude started running … (garbled something about “he took it from him”)

Additionally, this eye witness account clarifies other issues and disputes the “shot in back narrative”. The police vehicle was positioned “screen view left” – Mike Brown’s body is positioned head toward police vehicle. This would also corroborate both the Officer (as told to his friend) and this witness account of what transpired.

I think if the uploader recognized what the audio contained he/she would never have loaded it. Unfortunately, this is what the police are up against:

snitches get stitches

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108 Responses to Why Did They Burn Down The Quick Trip ? – And Other Ferguson Thug Behavior Questions Answered…

  1. Inkraven says:

    “#1: “Mother fucker’s lyin’ bro” … “dude was at The Ferguson Market bro, next to the McDonalds”…”

    Is this the same McDonalds that was attacked earlier tonight?

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  2. tommy boy says:

    National Guard Incoming…

    Cops given the authority to shut down the roads.

    Liked by 2 people

    • carmend101 says:

      I see trouble coming soon….


    • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

      Here is a thought. What if Obama writes an executive order rescinding the order to call up the National Guard?

      It’s probably not legal, but since when has that stopped him.


      • John Galt says:

        Interesting question. The Missouri National Guard may already be under Zero’s control.


        A 10th Amendment – Bill of Rights related state sovereign resolution was introduced in Missouri, but apparently not passed.



        • partyzantski says:

          Within the infowars article…
          This is the shape of things to come.

          The “interagency” issues that are already present are going to be readily obvious and will take some time to sort out. What I find interesting is that the Regime is implementing local forces against the locals. This is not a very successful way to implement the scheme… local troops have to go home sometime and may be hesitant to “put the boot on the neck” (to use a Obama theme) because they will have to live in the fresh hell created, amongst those who may have just wanted to coexist, but now have a burning desire to have meaningful, existential discussions with them in their off hours.

          The Soviets avoided that problem by using troops from distant regions to enforce & crush opposition. This made IFF easier and promoted the “othering” process.

          We seem to be getting very Soviet in many ways.


      • myopiafree says:

        In fact, Obama can “Federalize” the N. G. legally. (I was in the National Guard – some time ago.)


      • kinthenorthwest says:

        I feel that Obama is behind all that has been happening since the time the Ferguson police were pulled off the case. Yet it seems that the further up the ladder they go the worse that it has gotten in Ferguson.
        I found out from a friend in the area that having the autopsy questioned is really weird since other states use the same autopsy due to their excellent reputation.
        Keep up the good work Sundance and Treehouse.


    • partyzantski says:

      This is the 3rd act in a 3 scene play. It was always meant to go to eleventy, to remove local control and as has been stated on CTH, to control the narrative by removing the facts.

      This is the modern face of Reconstruction. Not as in physically rebuilding (that will happen, but is not the end result of said reconstruction), but by reconstructing the very fabric of the local government in a very Fabian way (nearer their hearts desire, or words to that effect) http://www.fabians.org.uk/

      As it went last time, so it shall go again. The depredations, violence and degradation imposed by the Yankees upon the South in the wake of America’s 2nd Civil War (the Revolutionary War was actually the first, as significant numbers fought FOR the King against their neighbors and kin) will be revealed in the fullness of time.

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  3. They don’t want justice they want revenge.

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    • scaretactics says:

      Exactly. They want officer Wilson dead, all local leaders to be black, all police officers to be black, all business owners to be black, all


      • scaretactics says:

        Continued. .. all teachers to be black, all neighbors to be black, all dogs and cats in the area to be black….

        It is a never-ending cycle of racism and entitlement.

        P.S.. …You just gotta love that gentle giant 2 in the Quik Mart who is stuffing his face while looting and holding a Hello kitty box. Aww


      • ytz4mee says:

        Next stop, Gary, Indiana, Detroit, Michigan, Oakland, California, Birmingham, Alabama.

        They can have all the black leadership they want, as long as they disconnect from the white taxpayer sugar infusion. Let them figure out how they’re going to raise the taxes they need within their own community to build and sustain a workable community. This is one of the reasons I am so dead set against ANY help for Detroit. They broke it, now they should have to live with the consequences of that choice.


        • Yeh, this is a call to arms for the hood nationwide and PRAVDA/MSM will do their job as well to insure full affect ! Calling all race baiters, we have a new event being created and DOJ is right out front so jump on the wagon !


        • Mark T says:

          Oakland California public schools now have a Hispanic plurality, well on the way to majority status soon. With almost no whites left to prey on, big trouble looming as the blacks and browns vie for dominance; little reporting on this though. In spring 2013 the LA Times had the courage to actually cover the story of the last black family on their block in Compton (yeah it was a single mom and her kids) being run out of the neighborhood by Mexican gangsters. Of course no national media touched the story.


    • cohibadad says:

      Some just want short loins and Mad Dog 20/20.


  4. carterzest says:

    is that a bottle of DXM next to the minute maid? Some Orange Drank in da makin?


    • sundance says:

      It’s the Pharmaceutical dispensary size of the one pictured below. It was also Trayvon’s favorite, as it’s the favorite of his idol Lil Wayne (rapper)


      • carterzest says:

        Excellent! You have taught us well.😀


      • crossthread42 says:

        Sundance: not trying to “correct” You, SOME of the pictures, (like 15th+ on google I recall) were HydroMorphone= Morphine Coungh Syrup, the “red wave lable was on on right?” in the Original video that was shown here? that I saw the minutemaid Juice with,, was or could of been, OR” * RoxyCodone, Cough Syurp..(they make BOTH); Though again I assert, When I got My LITTLE Bottle of HydroMorphone it red wave lable was on the bottom right, years ago, about 7 years… When they Dispensed it to Me.. Though then again they might of changed the Labling itself… Though If you keep the Google-fu, you’ll see at least ONE picture of a thug with a BOX full of Dispensery Grade bottles, (that appear to been “Jacked”,, eg: Stolen…) of Pharmacy size bottles..


  5. froggielegs says:

    This is why I believe the owner of the Ferguson Market hired an attorney to go on TV today and say that no one from his store called the police on the robbery. He even went so far as to blame the woman with the child in the video as being the one who called police. He was asked about the clerk who tried to stop Michael Brown and all he said was. “he isn’t there anymore” and then went on to say how loved and respected he (the owner) is in the community.

    I think the clerk was fired for trying to stop Brown from stealing. The attorney didn’t say he was in hiding or quit out of fear. He just said he isn’t there anymore. As if he was being punished. I said this in another topic here but I want to repeat it. If you watch that CCTV video again, Michael Brown walks into the store with no care in the world that there are other customers in the store who could identify him. He isn’t moving fast or doing anything that most thieves do who don’t want to get caught. Dorian is concerned with it which is why he puts the cigarillos back on the counter after Brown hands them to him. I believe this isn’t the first time Brown walked out of that store with something and the owner allows it for fear of retaliation. Course what ticked me off the most was the attorney saying that the woman with the child called cops. If I were that woman, I would move the hell out of there fast cause that attorney just signed her death certificate.

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  6. froggielegs says:

    BTW anyone notice the gun in the front of the big guys pants?

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  7. froggielegs says:

    I just went and read the Crump/Brown go fund me page. Interesting…

    “4. How the funds will be spent? The funds collected here will be used by the Brown family to cover funeral and burial expenses, travel and living expenses of the parents as they seek justice for their son, Michael Brown, Jr.”

    Travel expenses??? Another world wind trashcan tour no doubt. BTW the telephone number left on that page is Crump’s office number.

    BTW it also says…

    “$65,354 of 80k
    Raised by 2,892 people in 4 days”


  8. John Galt says:

    The gang bangers are destroying the town and the top cop is marching with the gang bangers. How nice.


  9. BertDilbert says:

    Don’t these guys know that Crump’s game is to sue the city that these guys live in so in essence they are going to have to pay if Crump is successful lol.


    • partyzantski says:

      They don’t care, it is an abstraction beyond them… the declining service level and increasing decrepitude of the town will be attributed to the “Man” keeping them “Down”. It is a circular logic path where they never need to acknowledge the truth, as that would be too painful. So, the community commits slow seppuku to a false idol.


    • Rurik says:

      So? You surely don’t think they’re paying any taxes to the city.


  10. Gregg keyes says:

    Close the store permanently. They obviously don’t need it. They want to be adults, let them own and operate their own stores./

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  11. Sheila says:

    Thank yo so much for posting this.
    We think outsiders brought protesters in because there is not this many people in the 50 mile radius, What they are showing on the news is nothing compared to what is really going on. A fight erupted between a black and a white man and they stomped the hell out of the white man and the cops did not arrest the thugs. Pray for us to get the hell out of here. We came to pick up a family to get them out of here and our car has been stripped, cops will do nothing.
    As far as the media, they are only instigating the matter. I know you may be counting on them, please understand they are not helping.

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  12. crossthread42 says:

    You are correct Sheila, If I recall, it was 4 “yoots” that assulted the White Guy with a Hammer…, it WAS caught on video, though I cannot recall which site I seen it on, (Folks I’m extremly sorry, I was kinda “Medicated” by the Dr.s while in the Hosp. reading from My lil Netbook), I’ll try to find the video again… though YES the Police WITNESSED the assult taking place and did Nothing


  13. SouthCentralPA says:

    And, since it’s looking less and less like they’ll get a big payout in court, don’t let’s forget the intellectual property attorney(s). Did they bring in Kimra Major-Morris again, or someone local?http://justicetm.org/official-statement-addressing-trademarks-of-trayvon-martin/

    It truly is amazing, the tentacles. I remember sitting in my childrens’ dentist office, who is Adventist. There was a copy of the Black-themed SDA magazine, called Message, that had an article from her assuming all the facts that we have since come to find were untrue … Did they know or even care how badly they were getting played for someone’s agenda … ?


    • SouthCentralPA says:

      oopsie … wrong thread. Re-posted at “dream team” thread …


    • S. Drimmer says:

      I am Adventist as well, and I’ve discovered that even my Adventist brothers and sisters that are black, are black FIRST. I went to a nearly totally black church but stopped because they were lauding Obambi from the podium! I enjoy the preaching style, but NOT the Left they embrace.


      • partyzantski says:

        Peel it back a layer, it is not Leftist, it is TOTALITARIAN. The ghosts of Stalin & Mao (among others) smile from Hell at the Regime.


        • lineman says:

          Amen brother… Its evil incarnated..


        • No doubt , consider this. I use the term PRAVDA/MSM to describe the current state of so-called journalism because there is no difference at all from what we have today and what existed in the Soviet state circa 1950s-60s-70s. Here in USSA they create nearly all narratives and dialogue. As an example I would point to the term “undocumented worker” ? In fact there is no such thing and the term was created to help the politicos and activist avoid using the real term “illegal alien” . Just on e small but accurate example of many.

          It is much more powerful and pervasive than what many call the left leaning media and in fact is the true source of power of the current regime. They only let the people read or see or hear exactly what they want them to read or see or hear ! So any illusions can be created and all are simply control mechanisms ! To control you and your tax dollars to be used against you in a myriad of ways. It is in fact the propaganda machine of the current state regime and no different than the politburo of the Soviet state of old ! PRAVDA/MSM is alive and well here in USSA today.


  14. crossthread42 says:

    Edit: refering to the “Outsiders” Remember in One video there was a Guy on the “Front-lines” of One March,,, (Friday?) that, He was refering HE was, or came from Chicago, to HELP get JUSTICE? He had a Bull horn while protesting (some violent), “slogans”…

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  15. crossthread42 says:

    Just had a power surge, so I don’t think My post(s) went through..
    Sheila You are correct,,, The White guy was attacked by at least 4 “yoots” with a Hammer, While police Witnessed the Assult, and did NOTHING. (From reports I gathered), Also, If you remember correctly, on Friday? A video was posted, of ONE of the Protestors was from, or came from, claiming He was from Chicago, He had a BullHorn advocating/protesting,, well; you can catch My drift… It’s/was caught on Video, I’ll try to find it again and repost if need be… (Sorry Mods, as I opined, I’m catching up as i was in the Hospital)….


  16. labrat says:

    I don’t know how to post this. https://imgflip.com/i/b9eh7


  17. timmihendrix says:

    I listened to the Ferguson police radio as I fell asleep last night. Wow! EMS & fire can’t go anywhere without an escort. A cop car got rammed by a “jeep”. Shots at the cops. It was insanity. I’d be interested to read more about the unreported chaos if you have the time & connections. I recommend other readers listen tonight.


    • Anne Kirby says:

      timmi, I have been listening. I started listening to Chicago at night a while back… those cops are overwhelmed as well. As are all police depts in urban areas. First thing cut when pensions go up is police and firefighter positions. And we wonder why we are losing control of our cities…


  18. jc says:

    looks like the Supt of State police is in charge now, Johnson gone although he might still be the mouthpiece although the nice cop” approach didn’t work, maybe time for tough cop at podium


  19. NoMoreMarxistsInDC says:

    As usual, they’re burning their own community to the ground.

    Let them.

    They have to live in the shithole.

    This was done in the Newark riots in the 60s, Watts in the 80s. They burn their own communities down and then wonder why.

    Stupid is as stupid does.


    • barbie says:

      Actually, if you follow such things (read Steve Sailer’s blog at Unz), you realize that Obama’s plan (at the behest of the Elites) is to cause migration of minorities from urban areas to the suburbs. The process was begun even before Obama became POTUS. Began under Clinton, IIRC. Huge government housing, the “projects” as they are called, the most infamous being Cabrini Green in Chicago, became tenements, cesspools of crime. The decision was made to “scatter” the criminal elements, by destroying the projects (most highrise projects in US cities have been razed), and awarding section 8 vouchers, the plan being that the recipients would move to the suburbs, leaving valuable urban land to be developed and bought by Elites. Towns like mine have been destroyed by that very practice. A middle class/working class town that yes now has a huge portion of section 8 criminals. OUr city councils are to blame for year of approving housing, since the housing market was hot. There were a lot of people who bought second homes for investments, then freaked when they realized there were more empty houses than renters….so they became landlords who wanted assurances of getting their rent every month and thus, to do so, agreed to become section 8 landlords. Most of these landlords, in essence, speculators, live in the nice sections of the affluent cities to our west. In the meantime, my town has gone from a nice town to one with a high crime rate and run-down neighborhoods.

      So, if you think their burning down their community will help, it won’t. They will simply find a community to run to, section 8 vouchers in hand, and they will become YOUR neighbors.

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      • ytz4mee says:

        This policy is being escalated by HoldHerr, who intends to use federal funds to force the integration of the criminal urban element into every whiteopia. They have been overt that they have actually identified and targeted majority white small towns that are typically Republican safe districts. You are right that it is a deliberate policy.

        There are two policy papers that explain what happens when the shakedown artists like Sharptongue get their way: the first deals with the examination of crime into formerly crime free neighborhoods of Memphis when Section 8 voucher holders arrive after the demolition of public housing complexes, and the second deals with the Kansas City school board, when white taxpayers were compelled by a very liberal federal judge to give the black activists every single item on their fantasy wish list to close the black-white “achievement gap”.

        As I pointed out to other posters in the Myrtle Beach Black Biker thread, the issue isn’t white neighborhoods are “safer”, and white schools “better” because of some magical formula that is denied to blacks that is only known to whites. When blacks migrate to formerly “safe” white neighborhoods and schools, they duplicate the conditions that they left, and those neighborhoods and schools soon become not “safe” and not “good”. White flight then follows, for those that can afford to leave. We have seen the same scenario unfold in our own community. Unfortunately, the whites who are left in Ferguson are now trapped.

        The issue isn’t some nefarious external forces that are preventing blacks from having “nice” neighborhoods and “good” schools: the forces, far from being external, are internal. Until we address that reality, nothing will change.

        In the meantime, legislators clearly like what they’re seeing unfolding in Ferguson because they keep rewarding the choices that lead to Ferguson. Over and over and over again.

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      • Mark T says:

        Sounds like Antioch California. Once near-zero crime now infested with gang bangers and shootings all the time.


  20. texan59 says:

    Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong. They went back to the Ferguson Market and Likka store cuz that’s where Mooch tole ’em the vegetables wuz.


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  21. michellc says:

    I haven’t commented much due to spotty internet for over a week now. I have read as much as possible though. Glad to see you guys doing such good work and really glad to see you’re finally getting recognition for that work.

    As for this street justice, it is their way and imho citizens and business owners need to fight fire with fire. Start blowing the thugs away and then this will stop. Cops have been castrated, they’re not going to stop it, the feds have sent in their own thugs to escalate it. It will take the citizens to stop it.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Reward behavior you want repeated.

      Sybrina lied and postured and played her part and was rewarded.

      Street terrorists loot, burn and threaten. They seem to be rewarded for their “choices” at the moment. Until the “reward” system stops, the behavior will continue.

      Our form of government only works if practiced by a “virtuous people”. Can anyone honestly tell me that what they see on their TeeVees in all of these “protests” are “virtuous” people, entitled to the “blessings of liberty” ??

      A free society, self-governed, only works if the citizens are willing and able to “self-govern”…

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Cops too. I think cops should speak out. I never could imagine myself defending cops. They are my normal adversary because I love criminal defense. Only because I love the thought of protecting a defendants rights in the process, whether or not they are guilty. The problem here is that Obama….yes Obama, he is the spider in the center of the web, trying to preserve plausible deniability, is painting a target upon the back of every cop in the country. The cops better wake up quick.


      • michellc says:

        I honestly am sickened by what our country has become. We reward bad behavior whether it’s by cops or citizens. Cops do wrong and they basically get a paid vacation, rarely are they punished for their behavior and usually it’s only through the loss of their job while the citizens cover the cost of the lawsuit.
        Citizens break the law by stealing and they get a slap on the wrist by the courts after we pay for their defense. I don’t care to pay for defenses, but I do care when they’re found guilty over and over and turned back loose on society.
        We reward those who refuse to work by providing food, shelter, clothing, all their needs and many of their wants. Then we punish the people who try to follow the law and work to provide for themselves by forcing them to pay for everyone who breaks the law and refuses to work.
        I’m old school and I never want to hurt anyone or take anything from anyone, but I do believe in my right and my duty to protect my family and what is mine. To me that is what business owners should be doing and it is their right and their duty to do so.
        If the police and the government won’t do their job, then it is up to them to protect what is theirs and if that means causing harm or even death to those who are out to harm them, steal what is theirs or destroy what is theirs then it is imho what the thugs deserve. They deserve consequences to their actions, not rewards but punishment.


  22. ackbarsays says:

    Sundance, do you think that there was more to the QuickTrip looting and burning than just punishing the snitch? What if they were trying to find the surveillance tapes?

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  23. Allan L says:

    Notice the conversation toward the end of the film where someone is so concerned about the fact that the police shot him, yet I’ll bet every cent I have that if it was a black on black shooting nothing would be said.


  24. elvischupacabra says:

    I think our “original witness” in the first video has the makings of Sizzrup on the kitchen island. It looks like a bottle of Ro’ and some Minute Maid jooz. Maybe he can claim to under the influence when cops finally question his “eye witness account”. Or, maybe he’ll become an aspiring rapper and commun’ty organizer, both great entry level jobs on the road to becoming an Authentic Master Thug©.


    • Interestingly the witness was involved in a strong arm robbery , then made numerous false police statements in his reporting of the incident and he is not being charged with any crimes ?

      We really do live in many illusions and all are created to be control mechanisms.


  25. Yakmaster says:

    The photo posted by Sundance really is worth a thousand words. It says it all about the thug attitude in that neighborhood and the elements in charge. Of course, the MSM will pretend the photo doesn’t exist— it tells way too much about the element Big Mike was exposed to daily.
    Maybe I missed it, but WAS THAT MESSAGE ON THE WALL OF THE DESTROYED QUICK TRIP OR ON FERGUSON’S MEAT AND LIQUOR? I hope those with Twitter accounts will TWEET that photo or link to it (whatever). Tweet it over and over— as it gets picked up, it multiplies!


    • OldIADGuy says:



      • Yakmaster says:

        Thanks. That message and subsequent total trashing of the Quick Trip are damning evidence of mind-set of the community. Justice? Nope. They want information suppressed. FOLLOW THE SCRIPT. NO SNITCHING. YOU’LL PAY FOR TELLING THE TRUTH. All the residents know the rules, but just in case, they’ve made an example of that store.


  26. ftsk420 says:

    Brown got what he deserved he committed at least 3 felonies before he was shot


    • Seems clear he was a large bully who had gotten his way far too often and thought he was invincible. Our society has created these maniacs and nobody wants to admit that part and many are not even aware of it. A minimum of 40 years of this insanity has brought us to this current state of affairs. Real racism is an industry now and truth is the biggest victim.

      We will see this escalate going forward and spread like a disease. All the pieces of the puzzle are firmly in place. And our gov is a major player for various reasons. This will get the regime a needed reprieve from all the other horrors and crimes !


  27. ftsk420 says:

    I just noticed the message on the wall 187 county police


  28. doodahdaze says:

    This is a 3 block area. The right to travel and be present in public fora is absolute….with exceptions. To burden the right, regulations must be narrowly tailored to serve a significant governmental interest (safety, protection of property, etc.), and must advance a compelling governmental interest. (law and order) Just as the exercise of a constitutional right can not be converted in to a crime (Miller v. State) A crime can not be converted in to a constitutional right. (me) Here, it appears they are trying to convert crimes, in to constitutional rights. Scary.


  29. doodahdaze says:

    Breaking….BGI worried St. Looney DA is going to grand jury on the quick. Their heads will explode if he has the spunk to stand for the rule of law. He may not be another Wolfinger.


  30. _Jim says:

    Wow. Good work. Agree. That’s what it was, retribution.

    And law enforcement is completely unaware. Nothing has been learned by the civil authorities (mayors or governors) from Detroit, Watts et al.

    George Santayana was right. “He who does not remember the past is doomed to repeat it.”



  31. kinthenorthwest says:

    This is just my take on the story and i have posted in a few times since Friday.
    All one has to do is look at the stories thus far from Brown’s Family and Friends and all the holes that are in all of the stories. No wonder their ship SUNK days ago.
    One of the biggest things that bugged me was Johnson’s story.
    Johnson said—Officer Wilson reached out through the car window and grabbed Brown around the neck. (Many videos Johnson’s statement, since he said this several times to many media people) OK people think about it!! How does someone reach out a car window and grab a 6 foot 4 inch 300 pound man around the neck. Even if the squad car was an SUV it is physically impossible.


    • Happy Day says:

      Exactly what I’ve been asking. I was even discussing this with an officer friend of mine, who btw, is as honest and helpful as they come. There is no physical way this was possible, yet, you never hear anyone in the media questioning this. Maybe because they keep ignoring facts as it won’t keep people listening. One Huffpost reporter, and I forget which other, have been arrested so now Ferguson even has orders to cater to the media. Isn’t that precious?


  32. froggielegs says:

    Here’s an interesting tidbit about Ferguson Market

    “When I learned that the market Michael Brown robbed was called “Ferguson Market & Liquor,” the name rang a bell. And one of my twitter followers (follow me on Twitter) reminded me that I’d written about its owners’ 2008 indictment for laundering money to and financing of Palestinian Islamic “entities” after an FBI Terrorism Task Force investigation, using the store as a front for that operation. They later pleaded guilty to the scheme. Here’s a flashback:

    Fourteen people have been indicted on charges of using convenience stores to trade in stolen goods and contraband cigarettes, sending the profits to groups in the Palestinian territories. Five stores were raided Tuesday as part of an alleged racketeering organization and at least nine people were arrested, authorities said. The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force was involved in the investigation.

    The indictment . . . said that since 2000, the organization profited from bank and wire fraud, receipt of stolen property and sales of contraband cigarettes. The organization, led by 33-year-old Bassam Hamed, operated convenience stores that were used to sell stolen goods, Hanaway said. He and two of his brothers were among the 14 people charged.

    The indictment . . . said members of the “Hamed Organization” transferred money to “entities” in the Palestinian territories. Officials would not disclose those entities but said they were not individuals.”



  33. cathy says:

    That fine young man in the first video appears to have the makings of slither (juice & cough medicine) as he’s recounting how the former mensa member slash choir boy wound up getting shot


  34. cohibadad says:

    Looky looky. The video with the background conversation is now gone.


  35. ctdar says:

    Cops should be carding people, any outside violent agitators or those refusing to disclose should be arrested & carted out of town.
    Ferguson needs to take back their streets.


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  37. ackbarsays says:

    Sundance, I found another video with the info about the QuickTrip. This is the first Piaget Crenshaw video. At the 1:30 mark, she tells the reporter that Mike Brown was shot “allegedly for a theft at the QuickTrip that allegedly didn’t ever happen.” It’s clear when you put these two videos together with the “snitches get stitches” graffiti that the QuickTrip being burned down was, in fact, a retaliation for what they perceived as “snitching” about Mike Brown’s theft earlier in the day, and as discussed earlier, perhaps an attempt to find and destroy the surveillance tapes.

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  38. gingerfires says:

    The audio doesn’t lie, which really has changed some of my positioning on this matter.

    I still have issue though with how each “side”, so to speak, represents themselves. One side is ultimate victimization and crusade for social justice and the other professes everyone in Ferguson is a thug.

    All these talking heads which use national statistics but don’t even talk to the people of Ferguson. But the problem with talking to the people of Ferguson is the education level is unfortunately very poor. It’s hard to get a clear, concise depiction of what actually happened.

    You have police department bureaucracy and an over militarized presence, I mean there are ample photos of cops macing kids!

    Then you have a strong criminal presence in Ferguson threatening those who snitch – tell the truth.

    How will there be any truth in this case?

    Essentially, what we could have here is reasonable doubt by a majority white jury.

    Oh, this is gonna be ugly.

    With all that is present on this page, with the bits and pieces revealed, it sounds to me we have two individuals (cop and suspect) who made poor choices. Horrible choices.

    On Brown’s part, at least on this day, he is not the saintly friend Dorian Johnson, his “cohort”, portrayed him to be. He said Brown wouldn’t hurt anybody – but the Quick Trip footage contradicts that partly. Maybe Brown would never hurt anyone, but physical intimidation appears to be self-evident. So it is reasonable to think Brown would act erratic and irrational and used his physical presence to scare.

    But on the other hand, why was Officer Nelson patrolling alone? Did he call for back-up? Was a taser available? Why pursue a suspect without reinforcements? Was shooting Brown’s skull intentional or was he just a bad aim?

    I have a feeling both sides will lie.

    Reasonable doubt may be the verdict.

    Mayhem will ensue.

    And from the comments on here believing Obama is behind this, I see nothing positive coming from either “side”.

    Two people made bad decisions and now everyone is making their bad decisions their personal causes.

    What an ugly county we’ve become.



  39. TJ says:

    I’m with doodahdaze – reasonable doubt does it for me!


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