DOJ Tells Ferguson Police Department – ‘Stop Supporting Darren Wilson’ and Immediately Allow Protesters Access To Names Of Individual Police Officers… (pdf letter)

Just another typical batch of instructions from the CRS

In order to facilitate direct terror attacks against Police Officers and their families in Ferguson Missouri, the Federal Department of Justice is demanding the names of the police officers be made evident on their uniforms. (Letter Below) It is apparently too difficult to coordinate attacks against the individual officers and their families if the names are not readily available.

In addition the DOJ is requesting the Ferguson Police department make it a easier to isolate Officer Wilson.

I am darren wilson bracelet

The DOJ is demanding that any supportive items of Darren Wilson, such as the bracelet recently pictured on the arm of another officer, be immediately removed.

The alter of racial sacrifice is patiently waiting the arrival of Wilson and the Community Relations Service (CRS) views it as awkward if the Ferguson PD is perceived to be standing in support of law and order.

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The CRS is concerned the Ferguson community is being held to an unreasonable expectation of lawfulness.

 

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142 Responses to DOJ Tells Ferguson Police Department – ‘Stop Supporting Darren Wilson’ and Immediately Allow Protesters Access To Names Of Individual Police Officers… (pdf letter)

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    Please, please, somebody with some balls keep this from happening. This is outrageous when the crowd is chanting “kill the police.” SMH

    Liked by 11 people

    • John Galt says:

      Too late. They’re overrun and facing 800+ more days of Obama. Time to evacuate.

      Liked by 5 people

      • robnc says:

        …but there`s no where to run…time to stand up and fight…

        Liked by 3 people

        • Col.(R)Ken says:

          You’re damm right, start attending school board meetings, your local elected county, state representatives, and federal. These are “OUR”, We The People who we have entrusted too represent us. Alway offer a well thought out question, reduce that question to a sound bite, Why is DOJ/ CRD inciting the riotiors in MO? Why are tax dollars funding this? Why are we firing soldiers then accepting illegals into the ranks? Get educated on local issues, ever wonder why you school board insure with this or that person? How about those Bond re-fi, a least a million in commissions, or what legal firm is representing these local characters. Always do this with respect, and look these people in the eye. I did this, local school board refused to let military recruiters on the High School campus, attended the meeting then spoke on this issue. I could tell who was for and who was against, next election cycle, three members were defeated, due to efforts of a small group of honorable Veterans. Now we have defeated Common Core and our next effort is the County. Our State reps are on tippy toes, cause we are coming after them, and those 2 squirrels know this.

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      • VegasGuy says:

        Last chopper out….
        Room for 8 …. Now serving # 7

        Pacification at its’ finest.

        LOL “winning the hearts & minds” Mid 1960’s.

        Didn’t work then….not working now.

        Though laying down 500 rounds of .50 Cal did get their attention……

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  2. coeurdaleneman says:

    Where are the union reps hiding?

    Liked by 2 people

  3. cohibadad says:

    I am Darren Wilson

    Liked by 16 people

    • Elspeth says:

      We need to have those armbands made for all of us.

      Liked by 5 people

      • amwick says:

        I am thinking rubber bullets with an inscription…No, no that is just wrong.

        Liked by 2 people

      • pookiesmommie says:

        Elspeth, silicone wristbands are not that expensive….about $2.75-$3.50 each. We had them made as a fundraiser for our high school softball team and they were a hit at the school and local businesses. I posted a picture of the ones I’ll be ordering in the morning to give to my kids and their friends in support of Officer Wilson. I think it’s an awesome idea!!!!

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        • VegasGuy says:

          Might want to re-think parading children around with such a message?

          Support is a great idea….BUT children could find themselves in a situation that they may not be able to handle or be able to control reprecussions if “some” find it offensive.

          Always better safe than sorry.

          Just a thought – IMO

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          • pookiesmommie says:

            They’re all grown….my youngest is in college studying criminology. We’re surrounded with police…..family and friends.

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            • VegasGuy says:

              Then it’s a great idea. Just projecting my “protective side”

              BTW Thanks for the pics/post yesterday. Working on that one.

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              • pookiesmommie says:

                Thank you for the concern Vegas…..you’re awesome. In the next Brown discussion board I’ll post pictures of 2 men on the balcony near the woodpile Dorian was pictured at before the crime scene tape was put up. I thought you said something about “Steve” saying they were running toward him when the shots were fired, so I copied the pictures of those balconies. I’ll post them next discussion.

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              • Sherrimae says:

                You do have a point. We had to explain politics in general (and the use of the race card in particular) when our daughter was just 13. A black girl at school accused her of being racist because she admitted that our family was going to vote for McCain.

                I like following politics but we didn’t want to introduce our children to all that until they were older but were forced to do it immediately.

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                • Belinda says:

                  My 12 yr old had the same experience at his CATHOLIC private middle school, when he supported McCain v Obama. He was called a racist, even though he spent much time explaining Obama’s pro-abortion stance, and got in trouble for telling the kids about how partial birth abortion takes place, and that Obama voted against a bill that would give palliative care to those babies unfortunate enough to survive the procedure. There is no protecting our children in the society we have today.

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      • Rurik says:

        Sell them at a profit with the proceeds going to A Darren Wilson Defense/Assistance fund.
        We know he’s going to need money, for a long time to come.

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      • Irish Eyes says:

        Bracelets are available on the Support Darren Wilson FB page; they are $5. It’s one of their fundraising efforts since abandoning gofundme.

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    • robnc says:

      I am Darren Wilson

      Liked by 2 people

  4. WeeWeed says:

    Ummmm…….NO.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. Ms.M says:

    The CRS can kiss my Grits!

    Liked by 4 people

  6. That’s a lot of nerve for some people working for a guy who just quit his job to evade prosecution for criminal conduct leading to multiple deaths.

    I’ve got a better idea. Darren Wilson for Attorney General.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. barbie says:

    Police officers have visible badge numbers, do they not? For ID?

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    • polk8dot says:

      The ‘nameplate’ issue has turned into one of the biggest dangers to LEOs anywhere.
      Why would ANY law enforcement agency still, in this day and age, with such easy access to information on the net, deliberately put their officers and their families in danger by having them parade around with such bull’s-eye on their shirts??
      Badge number should be all that’s visible – otherwise you are just INVITING retribution.
      ‘It’s RETARDED , Sir.’

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        100% agreed. The very idea that individual officers are being “doxed” by their own departments, and then subjected to intimidation and threats at the hands of domestic terrorists like the ones operating in Ferguson MO is totally appalling.

        They should only be required to provide their badge numbers in the event of a citizen inquiry or complaint, and their personal identities should be protected by the agencies they serve until such time that credible allegations are made against them, and prosecution becomes necessary.

        And no, I’m not advocating for the creation of a “secret police” that has the ability to rise above the law, just for the protection of individual officers (and their families) who serve to uphold the law.

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  8. coeurdaleneman says:

    I surmise that CRS is getting some heat for bungling this right before an election. I have no doubt that they can be naturally petty because of whom they are, but this reeks of desperation.

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  9. Col.((R) Ken says:

    If the Chief gives into this, you will see the ranks start to leave. Yes where are the Union Reps? Or all uniform officers order Wilson name tags, or pick another name, set these people up, when these punks start calling, track their phone call, file charges, go after them.
    Now the CRD of the Justice department has just become complicit, co conspirator in violating an officers right to privacy. My opinion no legal training….

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    • talkaftercarefulthought says:

      how about printing every officers name tag sounded out in ebonic-phonetics? Gnome sayin? pretty sure any yellow pages printed in ebonics would be too large to not split the binding the second it’s cracked open

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    • kkdgrace says:

      “As I’ve often said, racism is alive and thriving in the United States, and is directed at several minorities, with black Americans receiving the brunt

      The black population is so subjucated, their physical and mental wellbeing suffer to such a degree there develops a sense of despair for the future, naturally followed by anger that basic human rights are denied them, because of skin color.

      And white America pays lip service to the abuse, trying to quickly extinguish the fire that has been burning in the hearts and souls of our black brothers and sisters for so long.

      There will come a time, likely a few hundred years, through interracial relationships, when mankinds’ color will be several shades of brown, and white skinned humans will be a rarity”

      Big Mistake- took a look at the Comments after the article.
      Will never get rid of the headache caused by banging my head against the keyboard in frustration over the ongoing, sheer madness of it all.

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      • firefly says:

        Umm.. what are you talking about kkdgrace? your pic of the American flag is a disgrace. Are you a troll? Or, are you the one that proudly flies our flag upside down in the middle of a protest. This situation has to do with what was right or wrong in the death of MB. Not black or white.

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        • I don’t think kkdgrace is a troll, since I’ve seen his/her posts before.
          The flag being flown upside down is a symbol of distress. My guess- kkdgrace does so because America is in distress under the current administration/obamanation.
          Did you read the last paragraph of the post? They were merely quoting the article before.

          Liked by 7 people

        • polk8dot says:

          ‘The flag being flown upside down is a symbol of distress. My guess- kkdgrace does so because America is in distress under the current administration/obamanation.’

          I use the same picture in several places, for exactly the same reason. It is not from disrespect but from the deepest seated respect and reverence . This ‘president’ and his administration do not deserve to be associated with The Stars and Stripes, and they prove it to us over and over every single day. This nation has been taken hostage by the enemy within, and I can’t wait for this occupation to be over.

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      • 7delta says:

        Let’s clean up these paragraphs for accuracy:

        The black population is so subjugated by the deceitfulness of the ideologically perverse civil rights and social justice wolves clad in sheep’s clothing, their physical and mental wellbeing suffer to such a degree there develops the intended sense of despair for the future, naturally followed by the deliberately fomented anger that their basic human rights are denied them, because of skin color.

        And Progressive Democrats pays lip service to the abuse they themselves have perpetrated, while trying to quickly extinguish the fire of individuality and independence that has been burning in the hearts and souls of our black brothers and sisters for so long, for fear their carefully crafted financial and political gains will be exposed and their strategies of constant agitation will cease to hold sway over their victims.

        There. Fixed it.

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      • steve says:

        The Death of Johannesburg: video on Youtube music by Enya

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  10. ShibaDad says:

    How long will it be before something like this happens in my town? sigh

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Angie says:

    Make badges with fake names- Fred Stoneflint, Swahili Jones, Kama Sutra, Steve McQueen, etc.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. csno says:

    I suppose that you didn’t get that letter from The Onion website? Gotta believe any local or county leo that are not homeowners or have children or others to support will be turning in their badges before the month is out.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. bob e says:

    could be blue flu season here pretty soon . .

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Moishe Pipik says:

    I Am Darren Wilson, too.

    That being said, I don’t thing it’s a good idea for policemen to supplement their uniforms with any sort of advocacy material no matter now noble, just, or correct the cause.

    However the police of Ferguson shouldn’t have to make their name identification known more than other officers in similar cities do. Number identification on the badge should be enough, if that’s what other departments do.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      ……….had black tape over their name plates.
      The practice of not wearing, or obscuring,narne plates violates your own department’s policies, which we advised you earlier this week when we requested that you end the
      practice imrnediately.

      At least CSR went on record with this as “A REQUEST”.

      Simple solution…..change the Policy to Badge Numbers only with no name tags.

      Liked by 3 people

      • kathyca says:

        If we’re all about enforcing “your own department’s policies,” how’s about arresting some criminals??

        Liked by 7 people

        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          They could start with Eric Holder. Isn’t he wanted for Contempt of Congress?

          Liked by 6 people

          • talkaftercarefulthought says:

            how about from left to right… first name tag: Jay Nixon, second name tag: his home address, third name tag: his home phone, forth name tag his email….. bullsh&%t, a normal name tag on a normal day means nothing.. a rabid crowd full of cell phones just looking to start sh%@ is a different animal. F the CRS.. I do hope if anyone is told to uncover their name tag.. they turn it in and their badge.. at this point it’s like guarding a pile of sh%#.. if the people that are supposed to have your back are painting cross hairs on it, it’s time to bail

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      • cajunkelly says:

        If this is such a NO-NO, then why are LEOs encouraged to wear a black band over their badges when one of their own is killed in the line of duty?

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  15. cajunkelly says:

    If I was married to one of these LEOs, I’d tell/beg him:
    Turn in your badge after today’s shift, I am already packing up our household goods.
    Walk away, we’ll abandon the mortgage if we can’t sell the house, and find a civil city to work in. Losing your life at the hands of animalistic thugs is not worth it.

    Period.

    (I’d likely tell him not to even worry about any unpaid hours he still has coming to him, as that would require giving them a forwarding address, and his boss cannot be trusted with that information.)

    And FTR, I came to this opinion right after that thug, when talking to Jackson, said “yes” when Jackson asked him “seriously, you want a lynching?” (regarding Wilson).

    Just as it was with Katrina, they’re all screaming what are you going to DO for us?

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  16. oldiadguy says:

    I’m not surprised by the order from DOJ. When I saw that armband on the officer I expected it to cause a problem. FWIW almost every major police agency has rules governing the appearance of their officers. These rules also cover what accessories the offices can wear on duty. As a rule, when you don your uniform, you shed all your problems, bias and political affiliations. This includes articles that would indicate allegiance to fellow officers unless authorized by the agency. I hate to say it, but on the issue of wearing the arm band on duty, the DOJ is correct.

    The issue of name tags is trickier. Back in the day, when we suited up for riot duty, the name tags would come off, but the badges would stay on. The badge should have an identifying number to identify the officer who is assigned that badge. However, the badge number is usually small and hard to see while the name tag letters are usually larger and easier to see and read.

    I also understand the unusual nature of the risks involved in this situation. A compromise could be to have new name tags made for the officers with their badge numbers on them so they would be easier to read, yet keep their names semi-private. Or they could have the names written in cursive.

    I also heard that the private information concerning the officers is already out. If true, that ship has sailed. Even if that is not accurate, there are many other ways for some nefarious individual to locate information on the officer and/or his family. This I know from experience.

    The officers involved know the risks and are taking precautions. Also, they are not alone, they have friends, fellow officers and neighbors who have their 6. Think of a neighborhood watch with shotguns.

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    • csno says:

      Oldiadguy, you are probably correct from a regulations/procedures standpoint, but I don’t think that ” problems, bias and political affiliations.” or “allegiance to fellow officers” are the driving force of the wristbands. It’s more
      “but for the Grace of God go I”

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        So, all they gave to do is change the regs requiring officers to wear name badges. Let them give out their badge numbers when they are asked to identify themselves. That is a unique identifier that will allow citizens to file complaints, but still protects the officers from being singled out for threats and/or violence against themselves and their families.

        Then they can tell Christy and her CRuD Cronies to K.M.A.

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    • cajunkelly says:

      Old IAD Guy,
      I posted this above, but I want to do it as a reply to your post, specifically to get your opinion:

      If putting black tape over your badge number is such a NO-NO, then why are LEOs allowed, even encouraged, to wear black bands over their badges when one of their fellow officers dies in the line of duty?

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      • I don’t know the appropriate place to put this ‘comparison’, but staff in psych units do NOT identify themselves by their last names. If they work in more than one area, they cover their last name with tape.

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      • oldiadguy says:

        They are called badge covers. I still have a couple as I’ve had to use them many times. Badge covers or black tape is supposed to cover the center portion of the badge. The badge number is usually at the bottom of the badge and can still be read.

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    • Chip Bennett says:

      The difference here, I think, is that officers are being threatened and targeted by domestic terrorists.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Yay Shotguns! Weapon of chioce.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Or they could have the names written in cursive.

      I needed screen wipes for that.
      Gnome what I’m sayin’?

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  17. tdwesselman says:

    Under what authority?????????

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  18. LTC8K6 says:

    Don’t know if this has been posted yet.

    Ferguson protesters say police chief was drunk when he joined march, was not provoked [video]

    http://twitchy.com/2014/09/26/ferguson-protesters-say-police-chief-was-drunk-when-he-joined-march-was-not-provoked-video/

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  19. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    Who heads up the CRS?
    I wonder whether that person is up for Attorney General?

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  20. Dan says:

    I priced 200 of them with I AM DARREN WILSON on the outside, theconservativetreehouse.com on the inside. Black lettering on white wrist band. $175 bucks delivered by mid October. Any one interested? I would be willing to honcho this group buy. Ya think $5 delivered per band would be reasonable? Obviously anything above cost would go to his defense fund.

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    • pookiesmommie says:

      You should consider a blue band with black writing (I don’t think it would show up well if it was a black band with blue writing)….”a thin blue line” that would identify the person as an LEO. I’ll be buying about 10 tomorrow but would be happy to get a few more from you to keep the spirit alive.

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    • Sherrimae says:

      I am interested. I would be willing to pay for the bracelet and for the postage too.

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  21. LTC8K6 says:

    Off topic, but it’s a heck of a story and pic.

    http://www.watoday.com.au/world/californian-woman-melora-rivera-caught-on-camera-hiding-on-roof-from-intruder-20140926-10mos9.html

    Californian woman Melora Rivera caught on camera hiding on roof from intruder

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  22. MouseTheLuckyDog says:

    How about name tags with “Darren Wilson” on them?

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  23. VegasGuy says:

    From an article on 8/15/2014

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2014/08/15/ferguson_police_nametags_reportedly_haven_t_been_worn.html

    An excerpt:
    Former St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom, who is now a professor of criminal justice at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, told Slate that he is “not aware” of any law that requires police in Missouri to wear identification or give their names if asked. (Such behavior is a requirement in some states.) He added, however, that “most police departments have these policies.”

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  24. kinthenorthwest says:

    You have to be Fricking Kidding me ..There is a Damn PBS Special on Ferguson.
    America After Ferguson
    Summary: Gwen Ifill moderates a town hall meeting addressing issues that have emerged in the wake of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Mo.; from the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus.
    http://tvschedule.zap2it.com/tv/america-after-ferguson/EP02003688?aid=tvschedule

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    • ZurichMike says:

      Gwen Ifill is a poster child for affirmative action. Other than being black and a woman, she is dumb as bag of rocks.

      Liked by 2 people

      • talkaftercarefulthought says:

        there’s a certain sort of smugness that PBS Ifill has. “I don’t have a conflict of interest, even though I’ve written a book about our first black presidentm I can be a moderator” and I still remember the full screen picture of zimmerman as she said “white man” shot black boy.. Gwen never even walked it back to the magic unicorn “white-hispanic” that everyone else was allowed to get away with.. SMUG and a name that makes me spit on the ground in my household

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      • Shibbity Boo says:

        Now, don’t be too hasty with the metaphors – with a literal interpretation, you could always dump those rocks and have a perfectly useful bag.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

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  25. Burnt Toast says:

    Nametags?

    Make them all

    Christy E. Lopez

    Obviously a made up name… google it.

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  26. justfactsplz says:

    I am Darren Wilson and proud of it.

    I want my country back. Enough is enough. It’s time. There will be nothing left that resembles our beloved America by the time this horrible president is out of office. It’s barely recognizable now. The D.O.J. wants absolutely no visible support for officer Darren Wilson. This “request” is putting these officers in danger. The way things are going a cop or more is going to get killed over this. Stop this runaway train.

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  27. coeurdaleneman says:

    Christy E. Lopez was forced to swing into action after the supervisors back in DC monitoring the performance of Derrick Dean and his fellow dipsticks at Ground Zero found it wanting. Time to micromanage from HQ, they realized.

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    • coeurdaleneman says:

      Undoubtedly …….. after flaring up again, this is being watched extremely closely by those at the very top of DOJ now, on a minute-by-minute basis. (Notice, however, none of them wanted THEIR names on the memo to FPD.) Why? Because, if this should ever get just a little more out of control, there will be some real heck to pay.

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  28. maggiemoowho says:

    I hope the people making threats are being arrested (wishful thinking, I guess) TJ Sotomayor told his audience to basically kidnap and kill officers family members. He thinks the cops will only learn when they come home and a family member is missing. Ferguson needs to clean up all the trash thats littering the streets.

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  29. coeurdaleneman says:

    Would LJP be able to decipher whose initials are on top left corner of the pdf? Or been hauled off already? 😉

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  30. cajunkelly says:

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Support-Darren-Wilson/1464514543811507

    This website is selling the wrist bands with all proceeds going to Darren.
    They have other items as well.

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  31. czarowniczy says:

    I offer the solution that was bantered around some years ago after some uncomfortable incidents in the city’s HUGE public housing complexes (yea, huge AND plural): just get the hell out and let them police themselves. They like the idea of policing without being police then let them take the heat for a few days and see how long it takes for the hypocrisy and reality to bite them on both sides of their indignation. I’d even say they could keep that portion of their taxes that would otherwise go to support the police – if they paid taxes. Oh my yes, they think that police of differing ethnicities don’t have the whatever to deal with their unique cultural condition – no problems, we set up the barricades to keep the evil outside influences from creeping in and polluting the village and ‘it’s all yours, baby’. We’ll even keep those ‘tools of the man’ oreo cops out’, it’ll be all community.

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    • Shibbity Boo says:

      That’s racist – what about those who don’t live in public housing complexes that would like to sign up for “my money stays on this side of the line, your enforcement stays on that side”?

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Nope, that’s racist. If you live in public housing you are there as the result of endemic institutionalized racism. Red-lining, unfair mortgage practices (making you pay on time, making sure you have the income to buy the house you want, et cetera) , community profiling, lack of adequate and free services (re: UN vs Detroit) – all proves that those in public housing are fist and foremost victims of those who do not. Those of you who are privileged enough to have a job, a house and disposable income owe it to those over whose backs you climbed to reach your lofty perch. Your monies flow to those entitled to get some return on the economic exploitation your system’s forced them to suffer under.
        **Now, tell me that couldn’t have come out from the body of a term paper in just about any East Coast or California progressive college or a policy paper from the DoJ?***

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  32. coeurdaleneman says:

    If you read that memo very closely, it is evident that Chief Jackson drags his feet when bossed around by CRS. The CRS complaint that officers were STILL wearing tape on their nameplates late in the week–after being scolded about it earlier–was a real sore spot.

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  33. larry wolfe says:

    The wristband photo wasn’t Photos hopped?sure looks it.

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    • justice099 says:

      Nah. You can see the reflection of the letters on the watch. More likely just the entire thing being staged. Or this photo was found on the internet from some officer somewhere supporting Wilson and may even have been off-duty at the time of the picture. Time to do a google image search to find the source.

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      • justice099 says:

        I am not very good at this, but it appears the first origins were from the group, anonymous. They have a page filled with propoganda photos: http://instagram.com/mediablackoutusa

        Notice that none of the officers in any of the videos or pictures from that night have any officers dressed like that. No camo gloves can be seen on any of them and I seriously doubt that an officer would wear a watch that sticks up that much with the work they do.

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        • oldiadguy says:

          I’ve noticed some of the younger officers wearing the larger wrist watches. You have to be stylist you know. The gloves are Multicam tactical gloves. Why he is wearing Multicam tactical gloves in uniform is beyond me.

          The kid involved is way out of uniform and his supervisor should have reigned him in before the arm band became an issue.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            I have been wondering, is this a real picture of one of the policemen, or is it a plant of some kind? I can’t remember where it came from.

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            • oldiadguy says:

              I believe it is real. I suspect someone, maybe fellow officer took the photo of the officer’s arm band showing his support while looking tactically cool and tweeted it. The photo was picked up by the other side and the rest is history.

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  34. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Here’s a dated, but interesting article about hiring practices in Eric Holder’s weaponized CRD Special Litigation Section:

    http://pjmedia.com/blog/every-single-one-the-politicized-hiring-of-eric-holders-special-litigation-section/

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  35. doodahdaze says:

    Dear Christy,
    I am keenly aware that this is none of your business. Please mind your own business in the future. Maybe even go out and try to catch some crooks or Black Muslims that are beheading innocent citizens in public.
    Have a bad day, snd please go away.
    Ths Cops

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  36. doodahdaze says:

    Maybe surgical F-22 strikes would help.

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