Ferguson Police Officer Put “On Leave” For Calling Mike Brown Road Memorial, A “Pile of Trash”…

Which it is, but in today’s politically correct and culturally Marxist world you dare speak the truth in case you hurt the feelings of the perpetually aggrieved.

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FERGUSON – Ferguson police spokesman was placed on unpaid leave after acknowledging remarks to a Washington Post blogger in which he called the Michael Brown memorial a “pile of trash,” city officials said Saturday.

One day earlier, the city stood behind the spokesman, Officer Timothy Zoll — claiming he had been misquoted — after an inquiry into the damaged memorial in the middle of Canfield Drive. But officials retreated in a one-page statement issued Saturday.

Zoll was “confronted with the results” of a department investigation into the remarks attributed to him, city officials said.

The officer “admitted to department investigators” that he made the statement attributed to him” and had “misled” superiors about the interview.

The unpaid leave is effective immediately while disciplinary proceedings begin, according to the statement.

City officials emphasized that Zoll’s remarks “do not reflect the feelings” of the Ferguson Police Department. (read more)

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164 Responses to Ferguson Police Officer Put “On Leave” For Calling Mike Brown Road Memorial, A “Pile of Trash”…

  1. Ursula says:

    Good! Now he can not be ambushed and assinated. I hope he gets a well paid retirement.

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  2. bofh says:

    Are they planning to leave it there forever, or is there an expiry date, or what? They’re probably trying to get a federal grant to re-route the road around it. Shouldn’t cost more than a few million dollars, after the BGI gets its vig off the top, and you include the handicapped-accessible pedestrian overpass…

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    • perfect beast says:

      LOL Good one

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      LOL

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    • partyzantski says:

      Wait for it… this will get cast in bronze, and the NBPP will post a 24/7 dishonor guard on this “hallowed shrine”. The local churches (AME) will open gift and thotchke shops to capitalize/memorialize it (tshirts? check! small bronze resin busts, agitprop, collected “poems”).

      Black America will make it a national pilgrimage site to reinforce culture norms amongst the young. What is next, a “black” American nativity scene type thing depicting the birth of Mike Brown? Who would be used to model the 3 wise men? Al Sharpton? JJ Jackson? Crumpster? BHO?

      I am fully expecting the AME umbrella to start canonization of the dead redistribution experts. As a thought experiment, what would the Stations of St. Swisher of Sweets look like? How may that be compared to the same for St. Skittles? If this is a correctly identified trend, what will sacraments look like in such an establishment in 20 years? What will take the place of sacramental wine? communion wafers? What will fill the Thurible?

      Americans just are not getting it that the Nat Turner slave revolt saw 55-65 dead amongst what we may see as the hipster & suburbanite class in the latter day. America is suffering a chronic, ongoing insurrection with a similar death toll, just executed in a diffuse fashion. Americans will come to the understanding that just like you cannot be “just a little bit infected with Ebola”, you cannot be similarly dealt these sorts of ethno war strikes and survive. The alternative is to accept one’s own democide.

      Nat Turner is a historic figure, as now all the dead thugs are made to be. The victims are not memorialized, except for places such as CTH.

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      • joanfoster says:

        Great comment, but you left out the lighting of an eternal flame as a symbol of the burning and looting that was perpetrated upon the community to celebrate the life of St. Swisher.

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        • partyzantski says:

          ooops, my bad. Maybe shape it like a molotov cocktail made out of a bottle of Old English? That would be fetching in bronze on a polished marble base, engrave all the departed redistribution experts’ names on that.

          maybe start a petition to put Trayvon & Mike Brown on a USPS stamp series…

          oh…

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      • Rurik says:

        It will be sacramental Purple Lean and ‘rillos.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      H3LL maybe they should sue Santa…For it sure look like sleight tracks when I looked at the picture.

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    • kpm58 says:

      Maybe Obama will make it a national monument?

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    • joshua says:

      I wonder if this is what the JC memorial would have looked like, had the locals in Courtland even bothered to put a memorial up where SHE died by being murdered and burned alive. Maybe Mike Brown deserves no more than that pile of junk, but for certain, JC deserved the care and compassion of the folks from outside that created a beautiful CHRISTMAS memorial in her memory.

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  3. carterzest says:

    I heard on the radio the other day that the MB memorial got ran over again. Did not see it covered here.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/12/skid-marks-stain-mike-brown-street-memorial-after-it-was-run-over-by-car/

    😳

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    • carterzest says:

      Oh, THE HUGEMANATEE~

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    • Some drunk DUI black ran over it. no doubt.

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      • froggielegs says:

        I saw on facebook someone claining to be driving behind the car that ran it over. They said the car had tinted windows and it was a white guy driving. They were asked how they knew a white guy was driving if it had tinted windows…… No reply.

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    • partyzantski says:

      What are these mental giants going to do when it snows, and the plows have to come through?

      Perhaps they can contact the National Archives, or the Smithsonian… no, wait… the National Museum of the terrible legacy of Slabbery in Wash DC probably needs this as a showpiece exhibit. That way, the crowds can be summoned and they can treat it as a secular reliquary, maybe sell indulgences…. license out Mike Brown’s name for a signature line of cigarillos.

      Perhaps memorialize his death position with a bronze outline of his form resting on the pavement, with a tasteful crimson acrylic insert in the pavement to depict the ongoing wound to his people.

      again,
      all talents requested to add as appropriate.

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  4. John Galt says:

    Did somebody get a permit to put the Mike Brown Memorial Trash Pile in the middle of a public roadway?

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  5. Betty says:

    Saying the pile of trash is a pile of trash is calling a spade a spade IMO. But then where did his courage go? Lying about what you said and misleading people willing to back you up in public (One day earlier, the city stood behind the spokesman) IS WRONG !

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    • tappin52 says:

      They stood behind him when they thought he was misquoted. Darren Wilson had his life ruined over a lie and life just goes on, with the PD walking on eggshells so as not to offend the locals. And they discipline those who dare speak to another opinion. Shameful. The locals can call for violence against the PD and the officers can’t say a danged thing. Disgraceful.

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    • Rurik says:

      Ashes to ashes
      And trash for trash.

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  6. BertDilbert says:

    Well as a spokesperson for the PD, he has a higher level of accountability. What he says should reflect the views of the PD. I can see why having all that crap in the middle of the road could easily be viewed by someone involved in public safety to be a pile of trash and a traffic hazard. He should have as a spokesperson, worded his opinion differently so as not to inflame the local population sensitive to MB death.

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  7. mazziflol says:

    So in MS, sheriff says “nope cant place memorial on roadside it’s a hazard”…in MO Sheriff says “nah, go ahead and place it in the middles of the street, its protected.”

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  8. I think some of you here will disagree with me on this. I know that we have the right of free speech. But none of us has the right to inflammatory speech. He also represents the Police department on or off duty. The more complicated part to this is that he lied to superiors in the first interview.
    The unpaid leave is appropriate and whatever disciplinary action the department takes will be fine with me.

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    • BertDilbert says:

      In an era where a person shoots two NYPD officers and the shooter is found with a wad of hundred dollar bills in his pocket, it is probably not a good time to stir up negative attention to your already spotlighted PD. Lying to his superiors needed to be addressed and appropriately they gave him time off with no pay.

      Stupid needs to be held accountable and there is nothing wrong with it. He made the PD look bad in two ways. Tough for him.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      “inflammatory speech????”

      That is pitch perfect thought police rhetoric.

      It is a pile of garbage. It has gone on long enough. The whole Gentle Giant meme is ridiculous.
      I hope the Police Union pushes back, and hard.
      Enough of Grievance Appeasement.

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      • I agree with you on most of this. Does it look like a trash in the road? Yea it does. Why it couldn’t be placed on the lawn in the background is beyond me. My thinking is that it’s not a memorial at all, but instead an immature attempt to make a pointless point. MB is not a victim here. He never was. My personal opinion is that street should be covered with the remains of a very large parade for a hero office who after being attacked and beaten and almost killed by his own gun, found it in himself to press forward and do his job. After is injuries and trauma , he sill did his best to protect and serve his community.
        But getting back to the article. Zoll is wrong. His comments are not obviously in line with department standards and are personal and inflammatory at best. Wrong is an understatement since he did his best to coverup and mislead investigators.

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        • ytz4mee says:

          Zoll is wrong. His comments are not obviously in line with department standards and are personal and inflammatory at best.

          That is YOUR opinion. Zoll is equally entitled to HIS opinion, and I am confident HIS opinion is shared by many many others not just on the PD but in the larger community. There are many locally that are beyond fed up with this manufactured fauxrage.

          You, unfortunately, are beyond redemption. I hate to break it to you, but the crocodile won’t eat you last.

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          • Beyond redemption is a little hard. The only issue here in this discussion is should Zoll have posted his personal feeling and should he have lied about what he posted. The rest is not contested by either one of us.
            I think he,Zoll, should have chosen his words better or not said it at all. And I know he should not have “mislead” investigators after the fact.

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            • kathyca says:

              he didn’t “post” his personal feelings. He was contacted by a WaPo blogger and reacted with incredulity the a news organization would want a comment from FPD about the pile of trash that is the “memorial.” Quite understandable and I bet more of his fellow officers agree with him then don’t. If we fired every LEO who has had more than a belly full of Mike Brown-like situations, their wouldn’t be enough left to answer the phones. They just can’t say what they think out loud.

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              • moogey says:

                I have no problems with what the officer said. He had the right to say it and if you look at the facts, the officer argued that he had been misquoted & the Police Department initially stood behind him. Then it is discovered – he said what he said. The police department had within its ranks a member who lied, deceived and did not stand up and say, yes, I said it. I will say it again. I will shout it from the mountaintop. No, this officer, said, no, I didn’t say it, no, I didn’t mean it, no, I’m not responsible. I want to be protected and served by men with honor, who stand for what they believe in & defend the words they use. This man deceived his superiors, didn’t stand on his principles and deserved to be reprimanded by the department. I agree with his initial statement, I don’t agree with his attempt to deceive his supervisors.

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                • kathyca says:

                  And his superiors only defended him initially because they thought he didn’t say what they said. As soon as they found out he actually said it, he was suspended without pay. Which is exactly what would have happened if he’d told the truth about it in the first place. I’m afraid there’s no moral high ground to be taken by his “superiors.”

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                • kathyca says:

                  “thought he didn’t say what *HE said” gah

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            “manufactured fauxrage” Yes. This is about a pile of garbage. And, he called it trash. It is in the middle of the street, a hazard anyway you look at it, and should be moved to the side of the street (still trash) but not in the middle of the street (trash and hazardous waste.)

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        • “Why it couldn’t be placed on the lawn”. In my world we call it a cemetery where all loved ones are interred after death.

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      • partyzantski says:

        I like the idea of walling it off with jersey barriers… they want their memorial, they can keep it! That place will look like the streets of Sadr City or the trash heap just west of Nasr Wa Salaam in NO TIME FLAT.

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      • Murse says:

        Exactly, if ever there is a union issue surrounding Ferguson it is with this officer being given leave for exercising his constitutional rights. The other side has publicly made terroristic threats and threatened the families of officers, which was treated as an expression of the 1A when they were in fact criminal acts under the law. The left is going to push too far and there will be a reset at great cost to the anarchists.

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      • seeingeye2 says:

        Ahhhh, finally!! A clean mind swept free of the cobwebs of political correctness. It is indeed a pile of trash in the middle of a public roadway. A spade is a spade, as it were.

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      • “inflammatory speech????” Gee. Thought that was going on from President, DOJ, Homeland security, GOVS, Mayors (keep going down) PO Chiefs, County officials, maybe Fire Department, EMT’s, every anarchist in the nation including a bunch of Middle Easterners. Ex officials, BGI. Ministers and Priests. Miss anyone? Oh yeah MEDIA.

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        • janc1955 says:

          deBlahBlah deserves special mention for his inflammatory statements about having “the talk” with his biracial son in the hopes of keeping him “safe” from NYPD.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      “I think some of you here will disagree with me on this.” Yes

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    • James F says:

      But it is ok for the POTUSA and attorney general to slander an entire police department by crying racism without any proof. It is ok for congress members to inflame the situation by walking out with hands up when it is a proven myth?

      That has been much more inflammatory, literally.

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      • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

        Agreed. Obama, Holder, Sharpton, and those hands-up members of Congress all have blood of innocent people on their hands for Inciting radical and violent protests when there was absolutely no justification for even a protest.

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    • joshua says:

      well, and I am waiting for President Obama to be placed on unpaid administrative leave for lying to his superiors…the American Public. “if you like your Dr, you can KEEP your doctor. period….etc etc”…..

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      • joanfoster says:

        I am waiting for President Obama to be placed on unpaid administrative leave for using the power vested in an agency of the government (IRS) against selected citizens and organizations in this country for political purposes. I am waiting, but not holding my breath.

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  9. Justiceforwilson says:

    I say burn the hell out of it

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    • canadacan says:

      Now there is an idea. God give me strength to listen to such nonsense

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    • Murse says:

      Keep setting it on fire until the memorializers get sick of spending ten bucks plush toys at the CVS. Driving by and discreetly dropping a flare into the heap should do it. First I would lift the plates from one of the local thugs and put them on a similar car beforehand. That would be priceless if it could be traced back to Louis Head.

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      • “memorializers get sick of spending ten bucks plush toys at the CVS.” That ten bucks should be spent to feed house clothe and educate their kids. Maybe even pay their own bills for a change. Watch your world tumble around you USA. Look to Washington DC at what is running this country. Small potatoes are nothing. Collectives are everything. Think about it.

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      • Michael Brown has been going on since Aug 2014. Bury him already. Hauled Travon Martin around forever. Every time a black dies everyone gets punished. Dead black children are mega money makers.

        How much money is made from dead other race children. Can you say Jessica Chambers. Can’t even get to a $20,000 reward. Dead white kids have no monetary value.

        Plush toys? Give me a break.

        Give them the street and name it Calypso Louie. Pull all law enforcement from the area and ban all shops and mercantile and gas stop and go’s, especially chicken joints. Time to shut it DOWN. Leave them in the wilderness they made. On entry into this area should be warning sign that says “Enter at your own risk”.

        Politically correct people, if you don’t like my comment I really don’t care. You know why. Because we live here too. We might be any color of the rainbow but we live here too.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        You mean Sundance and to think that is the Teddy My 43 year old Baby wanted LOL

        ROFL Sundance

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    • janc1955 says:

      As in, “burn the B down”?

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    • Lottacats says:

      Calling Louis Head…Calling Louis Head….burn that pile of trash down!

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  10. JustMe says:

    I seem to recall this in the middle of a street being run over which could cause an accident and just perhaps the reference was after all the stuff was all over the street???

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  11. Moishe Pipik says:

    A police officer can’t comment on a road hazard? I smell a lawsuit.

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      The only pile of trash in the street was Michael Brown, and he was removed as soon as they were able.

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      • Be Ge says:

        Ammm….as much as I tend to agree to “pile of trash” description for quite a few em….animate and inanimate objects involved in the whole Mike Brown story, I read the news like this.

        An officer was placed on an unpaid leave due to misleading his superiors. Yes, this whole story smells cultural and real marxism, but the actual source for officer’s problems as I interpret what I have read is the fact that he has not been consistent. The officer probably did say something to a blogger/journalist, and then when the information reached officer’s superiors, he kinda mislead ’em initially / sugarcoated his report of the statement (to an extent, this is a bit not unlike the story of president Clinton — he had legal troubles not because of sexual activities with miss Lewinski, but because he was not telling the truth about them under oath). I really wish the charge / claim against the officer was only “he the bad guy called X a pile of trash”, but again, to me the story has more to it than that. Ok, puede ser it is just the libtarded media representation, by this is how I read it.

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        • Moishe Pipik says:

          You’re right, of course. His problem was he wasn’t up front about it when asked. However, he may be able to argue that he shouldn’t have been asked about whether he described what is obviously “a pile of trash” by that phrase.

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        • Murse says:

          The problem is not the officer but the environment the police leadership has created that has demoralized the ranks in order to appease the USDOJ, BGI, and black criminals. Think how bad it must be if the officer was worried about being punished for calling the Brown memorial a trash heap. Yet the Brown supporters can threaten police and their families with impunity. They are no longer a cohesive PD but are becoming more like the soviet NKVD where everything that takes place is vetted thru a political window. Of course, Obama and Holder would love to see the politicalization of the police forces. That is the whole point of these fraudulent narratives.

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          • janc1955 says:

            I’m thinking the poor spokesperson was right up to here with all of it, and was truly and thoroughly annoyed that someone from the Wash Post called to discuss the apparent vehicular manslaughter of the middle-of-the-street Mike Brown memorial trash heap. I can absolutely hear myself popping off just as he did. And I agree it’s a damned shame Ferguson LE leadership has now apparently created an environment in which LEOs dare not speak their mind, and even go to the extent of denying they said what they said. The spokesperson should’ve just owned what he said right up front, and then made an immediate call to the police union lawyer to defend against his “unpaid leave”. If LE leadership around the country stops having the cops’ backs and instead starts caving to nonsense like this, I don’t want to contemplate where things might go from here.

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      • joshua says:

        the locals all ranted about his body lying there for FOUR HOURS and not being moved. Yet, they want a pile of trash from some kids toybox and empty booze bottles to stay in the street forever? maybe they should just get the street a gang sign graffiti tattoo instead.

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    • John Galt says:

      A public nuisance lawsuit to compel removal of the Mike Brown Memorial Trash Pile / Road Hazard would be interesting.

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      • Well I expect that’s what’s going to happen if that pile of trash causes an accident if someone swerves to miss it or something.

        They may have the right to put up a memorial, but they don’t have a right to take over a public roadway to do so.

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      • art tart says:

        John Galt ~ what irks me, is why do they feel “entitled” to having this memorial in the street paid for by taxpayers, surely all the tax payers aren’t pleased w/the display, I wouldn’t as a taxpayer, but it does keep this in the news unfortunately which is the agenda..

        In July, 3 siblings were killed & 3 others injured by a scumbag that high jacked a car & mowed them down. I don’t recall a memorial in the street set up for the innocent. Why aren’t there equal rights everywhere w/junk placed in the street where others have died? Seems to be racist to me not to honor ALL those that were injured/killed especially in this car jacking & they were just small kids.

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      • ”A public nuisance lawsuit to compel removal of the Mike Brown Memorial Trash Pile / Road Hazard would be interesting” Never happen.The public nuisancers are putting up the trash pile. It is called a collective.

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        • cajunkelly says:

          Well the silver lining behind this pile of trash is;

          the thugs aren’t walking down the middle of the street for at least the length of this display of ignorance

          This pile isn’t about memorializing MB, it’s about being in your face. These idiots know this is a traffic hazard, but they’re daring the public to challenge them on their right to ugly up their already ugly neighborhood.

          IIRC this complex is one way in, one way out. If I lived there I wouldn’t give two toots in a tornado if it stayed there for 30 years. Ain’t likely it’d ever inconvenience me.

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  12. Horsesoldier says:

    Looks like the contents of a section 8 tennant got evicted to the street. Is there a permit posted somewhere nearby for this garbage in the street?

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    • Les says:

      Or a really bad yard sale. I’m not even sure what kind of store sells stuffed animals of that, umm, quality. Won them at the fair, maybe?

      Those “memorials” make me lol anyway. Plant a tree or keep some flowers or potted plants there. But something you ran and grabbed out of the mass of unwashed toys and dirty laundry out of your apartment is more of a negative statement than just having nothing. I bet some kid really wants their stuffies back…

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  13. lovemygirl says:

    Next Saturday may bring snow. Eventually the snowplows will win out.

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    • bofh says:

      And if one of the locals does a “Tiananmen Square” and stands in front of the plow, what then?

      I don’t think MB’s pals are likely to think of this, but now that the whole BGI and media are focussed on it, someone will probably decide it’d make a great iconic photograph to try to block the plow. A little bit derivative, yes, but a “great iconic photograph”.

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  14. gngrsnap626 says:

    http://www.litterbutt.com/Stop-Litter-Campaign/Litter-Laws-By-State.aspxMO Litter Laws
    Chapter 577, Section 070
    STATE OF MISSOURI Littering. 577.070. 1. A person commits the crime of littering if he throws or places, or causes to be thrown or placed, any glass, glass bottles, wire, nails, tacks, hedge, cans, garbage, trash, refuse, or rubbish of any kind, nature or description on the right-of-way of any public road or state highway or on or in any of the waters in this state or on the banks of any stream, or on any land or water owned, operated or leased by the state, any board, department, agency or commission thereof or on any land or water owned, operated or leased by the federal government or on any private real property owned by another without his consent. 2. Littering is a class A misdemeanor.

    It’s litter.

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  15. whodoneit says:

    Great. Now cops are being put on leave for calling something what it is. Ridiculous and DANGEROUS.

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  16. doodahdaze says:

    It looks more like a pile of garbage. Trash piles are for leaves and trimmings. This is a pile of useless nasty garbage.

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    • janc1955 says:

      And I suspect whoever ran the trash pile over is an agitator from the ‘hood. Probably got too quiet in Ferguson what with all the more recent activity in NY, so someone from the Canfield Crew decided to liven things up a bit.

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  17. oldiadguy says:

    Not related to this particular incident, but it is police related. Mike McDaniel has posted an excellent article concerning body cameras for police officers.

    https://statelymcdanielmanor.wordpress.com/2014/12/27/the-body-camera-delusion/#more-5937

    Take Care

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  18. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  19. taqiyyologist says:

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  20. zephyrbreeze says:

    Police need to admit that they are in a no-win situation. If they take the memorial down, or call it trash, they are inflammatory, but if they leave it up, the city is liable because it is is a road hazard, Why can’t people sue because of it?

    Pulitzer Prize-wining playwright David Mamet wrote:

    “We cannot live in peace without Law. And though law cannot be perfect, it may be just if it is written in ignorance of the identity of the claimants and applied equally to all. Then it is a possession not only of the claimants but of the society, which may now base its actions upon a reasonable assumption of the law’s treatment.

    “But ‘fairness’ is not only a nonlegal but an antilegal process, for it deals not with universally applicable principles and strictures, but with specific cases, responding to the perceived or proclaimed needs of individual claimants, and their desire for extralegal preference. And it could be said to substitute fairness (a determination which must always be subjective) for justice (the application of the legislated will of the electorate), is to enshrine greed–the greed, in this case, not for wealth, but for preference.”

    ― David Mamet, The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      His essay on how he woke up one day and was no longer a “brain-dead” liberal is a must read:

      http://www.villagevoice.com/2008-03-11/news/why-i-am-no-longer-a-brain-dead-liberal/full/

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    • 7delta says:

      responding to the perceived or proclaimed needs of individual claimants, and their desire for extralegal preference.

      Yes! YES! Perceived. Not necessarily accurate or even remotely close to the truth. Perceived grievances. Perceived racism. Perceived hate. Perceived phobia. Perceived unfairness. Perceived institutional racism. Perceived inequality. Perceived white privilege. Perceived…perceived…perceived…all viewed through the conceived lens that perceives only self and serves only the deceivers who taught people to perceive only the lie.

      I like that word. I perceive it is accurate.

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  21. Lars says:

    Here in Fergushitavius we have had numerous days of rain. Does anyone think a soggy teddy bear and wilted whatevahs are good for the memory? At this point what difference does it make?

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  22. Vintage66 says:

    I am sure with all the overtime the FPD has gotten the past few months, Officer Zoll wont have to suffer any financial stress. It still sucks though.

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  23. kinthenorthwest says:

    It was a pile of trash… Bottles of Liquor containing various levels of liquid were/are often found within this so called memorial. There is even bags of drugs, and drug paraphernalia found there too; pot and needles.
    It does/did NOT below in the middle of the street, its been several months now, move it to the side.
    As we saw the day of the killing there are often lots of cars parked on the sides, making driving down the street hazardous.
    Come on guys how many memorials have you seen in the middle of a street like that stretching our several yards.

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  24. mscynlynn says:

    I have asked my family to NOT put up a memorial of crap for me when I die. I also have requested that they do NOT put one of those tacky “in memoriam” things I see on the back window of some cars. And NO T-shirts.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      ms reminds of when I used to smoke and refused to quit. I told all my family members that I would come down and haunt them if they tried suing the tobacco companies. Smoking was my choice, and no matter how much it might or might not have contributed it was not the fault of the tobacco industry. (hate to tell you reminds me of the Garner’s law suit–It was Eric Garner’s fault due to his criminal and unhealthy lifestyle).

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      Just scrape your stick figure avatar off the window of the SUV and be done with it!

      Seriously, I’m with you. These ad-hoc memorials are tacky and ugly. A simple grave marker, and doing good deeds in the deceased’s memory is enough.

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  25. maggiemoowho says:

    Mike Browns people should contact Francis Oliver in Sanford, Fl. She seems to be the go to person for memorializing thugs. Maybe they can buy a “Memorialize a Thug” stone at the Trayvon Martin Memorial site, for extra ten bucks, they might be able to add one of those tire tread teddy bears from the MB road site memorial. Sanford, Fl has got to be the only town in the US that has their own memorial for criminals and thugs.

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  26. onsu says:

    Now this is a peaceful protest

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      This should happen EVERY time those thugs assemble or march. SHUT.IT.DOWN!

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      I am remember that. It was great shutdown of B.S. protest.
      BTW: Robbers were two illegal immigrants from Colombia. Bother were prior criminals convicted of Drug trafficking.

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    • cajunkelly says:

      (snorkel) Yeah, this was in Texas, and the feline noir were there protesting about the man who shot and killed thugs he caught burglarizing his neighbor’s house.
      Castle Doctrine: demand it in your state

      And
      Don’t Mess with Texas 😉 Didn’t take them long to realize they were not in obama compliant territory.

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    • Murse says:

      Warms my heart every time I see this. The NBPP may be big in the Ghetto but out in the burbs they are out numbered and scared. Which is why they are mostly for purposes of rhetoric and don’t represent any real threat. If it weren’t for the MSM, they would have no legitimacy whatsoever. In fact, I don’t think this ever made the evening news.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Yes, I am somewhat perverse. I love this video. No fights, no beat up cops, just some scared really tough looking black instigators who wanted to threaten a man’s life for shooting some illegal alien career criminals. Of course, that may just be my own personal opinion. 🙄

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  27. Can’t plow the street come the snow unless the locals are wiling to sacrifice the Soggy Doggy MB Memorial. Bet they won’t be able to park their cars curbside either..so why would they be able to leave the memorial on the center line?

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  28. onsu says:

    and it worked

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  29. Stinky-Inky says:

    I can’t stand makeshift memorials. They reek of paganism. Put up a cross or plant a tree, anything else is trashy. Also, it’s best not to try to apply logic and critical thinking to the Ferguson circus show. You might as well be trying to reason with the rain soaked teddy bears and empty bottle of cough syrup that make up the homage to the gentle giant. Pointless and maddening. It’s a wild guess, but I would assume people who burn businesses, not to mention other people, probably don’t care about litter laws.

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  30. clash108 says:

    I don’t know, I think some of those thuggy bears look kind of cute.

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  31. bob says:

    A shrine to a would be cop killer, yeah what a great idea.

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  32. Lou says:

    IT’S A PILE OF TRASH! get your old teddy bears and throw them out in the street.

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  33. Good for the Officer, he maned up and said hell yeah I said it and should have included and I meant it too.

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  34. lepanto says:

    I do not recall any memorial with teddy bears, bottles or flowers being left at Retreat View Circle in Sanford, Florida.

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    • yankeeintx says:

      Because it was a gated community, they put it outside. The residents complained because it started to stink/mold/rot. They moved some of the pieces to the museum in Goldsboro (Sanford) that is run by Natalie Jackson’s mother, Frances Oliver.

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  35. czarowniczy says:

    “Oh please, PLEEEEZZZZEEEEEEE Mistuh BGI, don’ be thinkin’ bad o’ me, just let me top off that huge glass of servility to your agenda and we’ll allll be friends” Let the police bureaucrats toss another cop under the PC express bus. One of you accidentally shot a police officer? Let us pay for that bullet so you won’t be inconvenienced. A group of you want to assault law abiding and tax paying citizens, maybe even do a few car jackings or home invasions in the name of cultural grievance? You just let us know where and when and we’ll have some courteous and responsive officers drive you right over. Need coffee or sandwiches on the trip?
    And my great grandson wants to be a policeman just like his relatives – I think not, it’s becoming an embarrassment if not a suicide profession. Anytime the parasitic politicians and bureaucrats need a human sacrifice to appease the the drooling masses they se4ems to reach down into the police pool for a chew-toy. The lives of LEA and their families are secondary to the self-centered, greed-based needs of the pols and bureaucRATS – maybe we should start posting their families names and addresses on anarchist websites.

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  36. my66 says:

    Passive-aggression(“maintaining” a hazardous display that consists of dirty, soaked & germ-infested teddies & empty OE bottles) claims another victim(anyone who dares to “desecrate” this, so VERY sacred, memorial)…

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  37. Tempest says:

    Another step towards idiocracy.

    Just wait until the protestors realize that they don’t have to walk out into the middle of the road – they can just leave piles of junk out in the street and get away with it.

    The council is doomed.

    The family of Mike Brown should be given a deadline & anything left after that should be removed.

    If it isn’t – littering finea should be issued to the family of Michael Brown Jr.

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  38. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    I know that I would be deeply offended if Panola County police were to refer to the “Justice 4 Jessica” memorial on Herron Rd, but that’s because hers is a decent roadside tribute to a real victim, and doesn’t include whiskey bottles, cigarette lighters, drug paraphernalia, etc, unlike the eyesore that litters the center line of Canfield Dr.

    Too bad the PC crowd of “Thug Appeasers” don’t have the intelligence to make that distinction.

    This is just another case of an officer’s career being damaged to appease the “feelings” of the FTP crowd. Pretty soon we will be expected to refer to murderers as “Unsolicited Life Essence Extinguishers” or face similar reprisals from the BGI types and/or our cowardly administration.

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    • cajunkelly says:

      Words like that only have power if you give it. I wouldn’t be offended if any idiot in Courtland (or the surrounding area) called our memorial for Jessica a pile of trash. I wouldn’t even be surprised.

      Stupid is as stupid does. Their opinions would be the equivalent of something I stepped in while feeding my chickens.. And I’d dispatch it the same way.

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    • janc1955 says:

      Unsolicited Life Essence Extinguishers. ULEEs. 🙂

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  39. True Colors says:

    Zoll did not call the memorial “trash” until after someone ran over it with a car and tore it up. That makes it seem like Zoll was suggesting that the memorial had been trashed. Or that it had been reduced to a pile of trash. Something like that.

    However, Zoll’s job is to work with the press. He should have known that the liberal media is ALWAYS on the hunt for potential ammunition that can used to smear the Ferguson police. Zoll has a responsibility not to give them anything.

    Also, for a PR man to lie to his boss about statements he made to a national media member is a major no no. His lying is worse than his “pile of trash” comment.

    TC

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  40. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    The “”Memorial”” does not belong in road (Period).

    Unless a local property owner gives written permission, the “”Memorial”” does not belong beside road. The local property owner would be responsible for upkeep of the “”Memorial””.

    If the City agrees, the “”Memorial”” could be placed on city’s easement between private property and road. The City should require external funds (not city paid) for upkeep of the “”Memorial””.
    However, being it is public area, nothing would stop leaving signs that read: “Dead Thug”, “Criminal Compost”, “Don’t Loot”, “Trash Pile”, …

    With all that said, the “”Memorial”” itself is wrong. The “”Memorial”” elevates a violent criminal to that of an innocent. The “”Memorial”” rubber stamps the Grievance Gang’s MeMe that Michael Brown was a “Gentle Giant”.

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  41. cajunkelly says:

    Zoll’s biggest mistake: he should have insisted that the interview take place inside one of obama’s free speech zones.

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  42. If we wait long enough, kids in the neighborhood will start stealin’ them some teddy bears. They start early.

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  43. Burnt Toast says:

    I think the Brown family would be honored if some kind soul would deliver to the memorial some old smoke detectors to protect in case of fire and maybe drop off some CFL lamps in lieu of the candles they have now, some BBQ would go well with malt liquor.

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  44. justfactsplz says:

    For what it’s worth here’s my opinion. This much large items in the middle of a road are dangerous. It shouldn’t be allowed in the middle of the road. You see small memorials all of the time on the side of a road of a traffic accident but not in the middle of the road where it happened. I also think there should be a time limit on these memorials and after that take it to the cemetery if they allow soggy wet stuffed animals. Just think how many children would have been thrilled to receive one of them on Christmas.

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  45. I’d say it’s time to take who’s responsible for his ‘leave’ out back and castrate him, but clearly there’s nothing there to remove. Too bad so many that rise to positions such as perhaps; ‘police chief’ are such chicken-shit, sycophant morons.

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  46. TwoLaine says:

    I think the simple, and most honest MB memorial, would be to permanently close off and fill Canfield Dr with the wreckage of Ferguson and other area businesses. It should be the dumping ground for all that followed. It should include the at least two cars that were torched right there, one with someone in it, and the others in the area, including those burnt at a local businesses. It would be for foot traffic only. There are sidewalks available ALREADY to walk on.

    Had two people used these sidewalks in the first place, back in August, none of us would be here now. NONE of this 5+ month long disrespectful & violent BS crap would have gone on. It is even more disrespectful that they are continually breaking the law to memorialize those that broke the law in the first place.

    I think a sign with the Ten Commandments would do nicely on all former entrances to this road, and if it must have a name, just call it The Sanctuary.

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