Report: Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson to Resign ?….

tom jackson(Via Fox) The chief of the Ferguson, Mo., police department, which was cleared in a racially-charged shooting but accused of years of racial profiling in a subsequent Justice Department probe, will resign, law enforcement sources told Fox News.

Chief Tom Jackson’s resignation would come one day after the Ferguson City Council unanimously approved a resolution to part ways with City Manager John Shaw following the probe that alleged racial bias at the department and courts. (read more)

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77 Responses to Report: Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson to Resign ?….

  1. doodahdaze says:

    They need an all black force and Bonaparte for City Manager. Then rename it Hole in the Wall.

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  2. froggielegs says:

    I give it a month or two tops and there will be no Ferguson police department. This has been the end goal all along. Course if I were the chief and or any of the Ferguson police, I would of given them the big old F.U. months ago when they were prevented from doing anything to those so called protesters. That crap should of been shut down long ago. No one says they can’t peacefully protest but, to be allowed to block traffic, threaten others, charge malls and stores harassing people, that’s where the buck should of stopped.

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    • DT says:

      I agree with you. Those cops do not have to eat any more crap, they are free to go. I think once one of them leaves, and they really should, more will follow. Staying was an integrity thing and a sense of duty thing to their brothers and sisters in blue.

      I am fine with the entire PD and city officials leaving. Good luck finding any officers that will step up to be hired in Ferguson. Let someone else have the headache of the Ferguson spring nonsense coming up. Let someone else figure out how to cover the funding shortfalls. Let someone else deal with all of the unlicensed and uninsured vehicles that drive around that town. Let someone else deal with the crime and the traffic violations. Employing an all new force or outsourcing to the county will not change many of the numbers Holder misrepresented in his report, crimes will not suddenly drop. Those crimes may not be addressed and that’s unfortunate for the law abiding citizens that live there. I am totally fine with giving the vocal idiots what they ask for, I have a feeling they may soon regret asking for it.

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    • sundance says:

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      • froggielegs says:

        Lt. Col. Al Eickhoff, will be acting Chief. He is a former St. Louis County tactical officer. Wonder how long it will take for them to cry about that LOL

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      • Annie says:

        The question is: Will Chief of Police Jackson be willing to get down on his knees and ask our Lord what it is he wants him to do; please lead me. The darkest days in a persons life/career always present opportunities that were never previously thought about. Pray my dear Mr. Jackson for strength that perhaps you never knew you had, pray for guidance, pray for wisdom and pray that your faith in our Creator is strengthened so you may move on. The Lord knows the burdens that we can handle. This is your test of good against evil. Will you let evil humans wreck your health, when they are unworthy to tie your boots? Pray for the strength that your Creator can endow oh you because all in your community needs you.

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    • michellc says:

      I saw too much of people allowing to openly break the law, the entire city allowed the inmates to run wild and allowed the feds to tie their hands behind their back. Other cities need to learn a lesson from this, kick the feds out and enforce the law, the feds are not going to thank you for doing as they say and the criminals are not going to like you, in the end one will hang you and the other will shoot you.

      In a few short months these people will be whining that they have no police protection because of the slow response time from the county and neighboring cities. If anyone had a lick of sense they’d let them lie in their bed because the feds certainly aren’t going to save them.

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      • Mist'ears Mom says:

        Can you spell…Detroit? Hello idiots in Ferguson, good luck with that new reform you’ll be gettin. Ya’ all can thank Eric “your people” Holder and the professional agitators for your future. I bet you’ll be pleased now that the discrimination and disparate impact will be ending. Holder and agitators will be long gone. Hope there won’t be any other complaints you will need them to handle, you are on your own now. You burnt the b$#ch down didn’t ya? Congrats!

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        • jason says:

          Most of the idiots (or ‘leaders’ of the idiots) in Ferguson are external agitators that undoubtedly getting founding from external sources. From my POV, I see a small minority of the permanently aggrieved, with the majority mostly silent.

          Maybe the majority could have/should have done something that somehow could prevent this, but I’m not sure how. With the politicians and ‘top’ lawmakers conspiring to paint the picture they wanted along with a complicit media to broadcast the narrative on a never-ending news cycle, how could ordinary citizens have averted this Cierra Foxtrot?

          The local PD seemed to do nearly everything they could to get the truth out and protect the integrity of the investigation. Maybe they should have cracked down when the protesters started acting out but the DOJ/CRS obviously laid on the PD heavily to discourage any and all attempts to regain order.

          This could be Anytown, USA

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    • PatrickSMcNally says:

      If the job market were booming then it would be easy for people to quit and go elsewhere. In the present context that isn’t so simple.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      I hope everyone realizes this is all part of the SEBBLEDENT. Crump payoff coming in 3…2..1.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    And so the ritual sacrifices to appease the BGI god begin…

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  4. jason says:

    bad news, hate this good man is going to take the fall for the charade. Travesty and shameful and makes me sick to my stomach.

    I am sure Jackson think’s his stepping down will bring this to a close but feel pretty certain this is just the beginning of what Obama/Holder have brewing for Ferguson and the rest of our local LEOs nationwide.

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    • mazziflol says:

      It just may well be the birthing/testing grounds for the new Nationalized Police Force…

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      • DT says:

        It’s going to be a birthing testing ground for something. I am angling more for a “don’t cut off your nose to spite your face” or “let this be a lesson to the DOJ, we all quit, peace out” scenario. Even if they were trying to get a nationalized police force in there, good luck finding officers willing to work there.

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      • Pat B. says:

        I agree with you, mazziflol. Mayor James Knowles should have stopped the “peaceful protests” when the crowd started rocking a police car then setting it on fire before they got to Florissant Road, breaking storefront windows, looting and setting stores on fire. There is an agenda here and it is also going on in Oklahoma.

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  5. zephyrbreeze says:

    82 people shot in Chicago over the 4th of July weekend, almost all the victims were minorities. Who demanded the police chief step down? Where were the riots? Where were the #hastags?
    The hypocrisy in this mockable.

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  6. angie says:

    Just let the thugs, loot, shoot, threaten, murder, rape, and steal. Let the inmates run the asylum..

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  7. kc10lvr says:

    Just shaking my head. Froggie, I think you’ve summed it up perfectly!

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  8. Sharon says:

    The St. Louis suburb has been beleaguered by unrest since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed, black 18-year-old last summer.

    That sentence should read:

    Since there is no apparent end in sight to the acting out, the police chief will resign to make the lawless people feel better and assist them in further defining themselves as above the law and as outside the law.

    Their message is: outlaws have rights, too.

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    • Pat B. says:

      Yep but I think it is “outlaws only have rights”. The DOJ report against the Ferguson Police Department pretty much let us all know their bias, and whites don’t have rights in this
      country. White lives don’t matter. People are losing their jobs for doing their jobs and being
      charged with racial prejudice in doing their jobs when it didn’t happen. So those families
      will suffer from not having money to pay for bills and food and will suffer the abuse of not being
      able to get another job due to the prejudice forced on them unfairly… and there is no law that
      I know of protecting their civil rights.

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    • Lottacats says:

      Sharon, That’s a LIKE

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  9. jsjavascript says:

    The Guardian reports: Ferguson removes city manager John Shaw after damning Justice Department report as well
    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/mar/11/ferguson-removes-city-manager-after-damning-justice-department-report

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  10. AghastInFL says:

    This is just sad, Michael Brown was the polar opposite of the good men that have been sacrificed to appease these unruly masses incensed by lies and fueled by hatred. The law abiding citizen of Ferguson has no defender, but the criminals in the street have a DOJ seemingly circling, awaiting the next bit of carrion to come their way, regardless right or wrong.
    Michael Brown came to a violent end through his own word, deed and action; Wilson , Jackson, Shaw and undoubtedly others unknown dutifully fulfilled their responsibilities to the community at large without robbing innocents, attacking the defenseless and or drugging themselves into hallucinogenic stupors.
    It is well beyond time for change that I too can believe in.

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  11. jackdempsey says:

    Democrats never resign. Democrats never back down.
    We must stop backing down. We must begin to fight.

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  12. kinthenorthwest says:

    So is this Dorian Johnson and Louis Head’s new job with Lesley McSpadden as one of the consultants,.

    Guys this is not that far fetched, because they are tying the hands of so many law enforcement departments. It has gotten to the point where we supposed are to ignore the behavior of an criminal activity if it is committed by a black, regardless of how many are killed or injured.
    As 12% of the population they commit over 50% of the total murders in America, and are responsible for around 40 to 50% of the other crimes committed in America.

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  13. BobNoxious says:

    Crump just confirmed it on Blitzer’s show that he is going forward w/ a lawsuit against the city, mostly based on the DOJ report. He thinks that if he can show “implicit bias” at the Ferguson PD, then he should be able to recover damages for wrongful death. How on earth this man has a law license remains a mystery to me. He is really unintelligent and just makes up legal standards as he goes along.

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    • sundance says:

      Field of Schemes: “If you sue them, they will pay”….

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      • BobNoxious says:

        Yeah, I get that but you still have to plead a viable cause of action to get someone to settle. Creating a new cause standard and new cause of action isn’t the way to do it. I don’t understand why CNN continues to put him on air unchallenged to make these absurd claims (other than that they are obsessed w/ race and think it draws ratings).

        The only thing that I can figure he is might be trying to do is base a wrongful death claim on some newly invented standard similar to what Holder was saying should be the new, lower standard of proof to bring DOJ civil rights claims; however, any lawyer knows that is not how it works. You’re required to plead and prove specific elements to succeed on a wrongful death claim in MO. You don’t get to just throw whatever out there and hope it sticks.

        CNN has dozens of supposed legal experts at any given time but never has one stood up during this whole deal and said wait a second, this is absurd and not how the legal system works, nor it is how it’s supposed to work. This guy just gets to go on TV and spout garbage that gets accepted as fact by a portion of the audience and that misinformation and disinformation leads to disasters like what we saw back in Novemeber. There was no question that Wilson wouldn’t be indicted and CNN knew it but they continuously let people spew lies on the air each night that fired up the crowds instead of reporting facts, preparing the audience for what would happen and explaining why it was legal, just and proper.

        I know you know all this but gosh dang is it frustrating.

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        • sundance says:

          ….”I don’t understand why CNN continues to put him on air unchallenged to make these absurd claims”….

          Because CNN wants to support his “absurd claims”, and the ideology behind his “absurd claims” – which, BTW,…. CNN doesn’t define as “absurd claims”. .

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          • BobNoxious says:

            That is pretty much the same conclusion I’ve reached as well. I think the ratings (or attempt to get ratings) have a bit to do with it as well but I’d agree that the majority of hosts on the network seem to support to the absurdity due to ideology.

            Erin Burnett has been a real disappointment. She didn’t use to be this way before she jumped to CNN, although she wasn’t really asked to cover these issues while at CNBC.

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          • B. Rodregas says:

            Split screen with Chump vs. Sherriff Clarke would be fun!

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      If they win then all the bigger cities in America better hold on…Chicago, LA, Houston, New York and the list goes on.
      Is this part of Obama’s plan of destroying America.

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    • PatrickSMcNally says:

      It will be interesting to see if the FPD caves in or fights the lawsuit. It’s easier for WalMart or even a Homeowners Association to cave in and fork over dollars without suffering long-term consequences. Any time that a PD agrees to settle a lawsuit they are effectively giving ammunition to defense attorneys who may use it for the next decade. That was why the FPD resisted the attempts to settle over Brown, while the HOA settled quickly over Martin.

      The DOJ report really didn’t have anything much and could easily be torn apart by anyone determined to fight it. But it’s up in the air what will happen next.

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      • BobNoxious says:

        There is no way that they will cave, especially they cannot even plead a viable cause of action. If they can actually plead a cause of action and get around sovereign immunity, they are still faced with the fact that the value for the life of an 18 year old dependent w- no children isn’t that much at all. It’s possible that they could pay something around maybe $25k, maybe $50k tops just to not have to deal with it but that is a big if, IMO.

        I still cannot understand the TM payout to be anything other than incompetence or simply a flat out mistake. It doesn’t make sense that they paid out a $1m on a claim for a 17 year old. Something isn’t right about how that happened.

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        • art tart says:

          BobNoxious ~ thanks for all your insight. The HOA actually paid out 1.6 million in TM’s death, imo, the HOA feared GZ might have been found guilty & could have faced a higher settlement had that been the case. It would seem, as you are pointing out, w/the DOJ not finding Darrin Wilson at fault for civil rights violations, that Crump/Parks case against the City would be difficult. Crump/Parks want to sue over Big Mike’s death at the hand’s of Darin Wilson, but, he wasn’t deemed responsible so how can the city be responsible for paying for Big Mike’s death, how is this legal?

          It seems Crump/Parks want to sue for past perceived injustices, not reality.

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      • art tart says:

        PatrickSMcNally ~ imo, The HOA & Crump had different agendas for settling quickly. Crump was afraid GZ would be found “not guilty,” the HOA felt their payment might be higher if GZ was “convicted.” The HOA should have waited as you said, it would have put them into a better negotiating position w/Crump when GZ was found “not guilty,” they were too anxious.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Fix is in. It is not the city it is the inshooance co. All set up behind the curtain. Just like the HOA.

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    • nivico says:

      Anybody else think Crump seemed very nervous and uncomfortable… he was choosing his words carefully and trying to attribute them to the Brown family. Like anyone in the Brown family knows what legalese like ‘proximate cause’ means, but anyway.

      I think the Bell family’s counterclaim in the Kendrick Johnson matter has got them shaken up 🙂

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The fix is totally in. All the resignations are part of the deal along with his Sebbledent. It is so easy to see.

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  14. carterzest says:

    Under duress and captive at work watching CNN, I am disgusted watching Crump on Blitzer’s Situation Room. The inordinate amount of airtime they give this NON-STORY is mind blowing.

    FACT:DW is INNOCENT. FACT: The DOJ/CRS/Obama/Holder played America. FACT:There is no racial division of which they continue to give so much airtime to.

    Just disgusting!

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  15. Rodney Plonker says:

    Jackson was out of his depth here. This was his second career to him after being a St.Louis officer so he already has a pension. He doesn’t need this job or have to put up with the political nonsense.

    What tarnishes Jackson’s reputation in my eyes, was his willingness to go along with Shaw to ticket/arrest people to raise revenue. Law enforcement should NOT be concerned with raising revenue and he should have pushed back.

    If Ferguson gets absorbed into St.Louis county police, so be it. There are too many small towns running Police departments like this who need to raise revenue to pay for their own existence. They can cut back on costs by merging into bigger entities.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      People that don’t live around StL or know StL don’t really understand the concept of how small some of these municipalities are and how big of scam some run via their municipal courts, especially the traffic docket.

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    • AghastInFL says:

      I have a real problem with this:
      “… his willingness to go along with Shaw to ticket/arrest people to raise revenue. Law enforcement should NOT be concerned with raising revenue and he should have pushed back.”
      Can anyone point to even one innocent that was wrongly charged? if I am traveling through an area known for enforcement be it speed, seat belts, etc. I exercise caution, if stopped, I expect to be ticketed. When did law enforcement become illegal? Habitual offenders complaining about fines are unworthy of my time or corcern.

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      • nivico says:

        Exactly… ramping up ticketing and legitimate policing practices are not mutually exclusive.

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      • BobNoxious says:

        Again, you really have to live in or know the area to appreciate it. In some of the areas if you are stopped but live in the small municipality then you’re let go (or some are small enough that the cops know the residents cars vs. an outsider). If you don’t live in the area then they hit you with everything they can and the fines to get items reduced to non moving violations is absurdly high to the point of being almost worth taking the points on your license and not getting it fixed to a non moving violation. They’ll also write you a ticket for 2-3 mph over or they’ll say you rolled a stop, didn’t stop far enough behind the white line, didn’t signal soon enough, etc. to the point that it’s beyond petty.

        It’s also that the some areas aren’t big enough to support a government based on property taxes and the normal stuff alone so they turn to their municipal courts and police to make up for it tickets. Then you have little side deals worked out between certain prosecutors, defense lawyers, court clerks and judges to where everyone gets a little something extra to keep themselves happy. The appearance of impropriety (and actual impropriety) within the system is high.

        The irony in this case is that the Brown’s local lawyer Anthony Grey is knee deep in these schemes in a municipality about 5 min from Ferguson where he gets his bit on the side but is popping off about the exact same thing happening in Ferguson.

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        • AghastInFL says:

          Thanks Bob, I appreciate the response.
          Personally, I think every one of us can point to a local community known for generating this type of revenue, some more so than others; my issue is the demonization of this particular PD when even by the DOJ stats they fall under the 30% total municipal funding numbers deemed oppressive by the State. I have read of Pine Lawn and their similar issues, as well as the 13 municipalities in excess of the 30% ratio, currently facing suit from the MO Attorney General.
          Today, with the news of Chief Jackson I’m just a little bitter, I had great respect for this man, the first I had seen successfully derail the BGI railroad at the onset, only to fall after the fact over seemingly petty enforcement issues.

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      • michellc says:

        We have some of these small cities and they will look for revenue, actually they will demand their officers collect revenue, then they will start stopping you for things like tag lights being out, brake light, things you most of us are guilty of not checking each time we get into our car, things that usually get you a verbal warning to take care of it, but when they need money you get a ticket. They also tend to put these speed limit signs that go from 35 to 45 to 55 to 65 in a matter of feet and then stop you and tell you it’s a gray area but in their opinion you had not passed the sign yet. Some will even tell you they stop folks in decent cars but not new expensive cars or old beat up cars because the decent car owners will usually just pay the fine without fighting it because they don’t have the time to take off work to do so, the owners of the new expensive cars will usually bring in hot shot attorneys who can intimidate their lone city judge and they don’t want the attention and the old beat up cars usually don’t have any money, so then they have to issue warrants and getting the money is a long drawn out process. They will also tell you their favorite people to stop are those driving company vehicles for the same reason as the decent car owners. They also like to ticket elderly people for driving too slow because they tend to pay the fine without arguing as well.
        They also don’t make any secret about what they’re doing it’s always addressed in town meetings and reported in the paper.

        It has very little to do with race, more to do with government greed, the same as raising sales tax and property tax and business tax. They don’t want to look for ways to cut the budget, they look for ways to get more money from their citizens. The officers just do as they are told, they know when they’re told to up the revenue that the alternative is they will lose their jobs.

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  16. jc says:

    Anyone who leaves employment with Fergy will be better off for it, anyone who sells their home there and moves will be better off for it, I’m primarily thinking of white employees and residents but the same probably holds true for non-whites. Hell is going to be out for recess on a daily basis soon.

    Kind of funny that this fuse was lit by a mean spirited scheme to jack up muni revs by writing more tickets, then BIG MIKE runs amok and gets shot after a strong arm robbery and then the vultures (Sharpton et al) swoop in for their own purposes and everything unravels like a Tom Wolfe novel.

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  17. jsjavascript says:

    If Miami can have Little Havana and Little Haiti, Why can’t Ferguson have Little Detroit ?

    I thing they are deserving of it and all that comes with …

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  21. doodahdaze says:

    I have been laid off before and got severance pay of 6 mo. But I never knew you could quit and get it.

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  22. art tart says:

    doodahdaze ~ it’s likely he had no choice, he was likely given an ultimatum, quit or be fired especially since he said 3 weeks ago he “had no intentions of resigning.”

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  23. Vintage66 says:

    I have been very sick for the past two weeks and am feeling quite feverish this evening. So forgive my bad tempered rant. I feel like this country is heading in a very bad place and I feel very worried. I have just recently, as of Aug. 2014, became so much more conservative in my views. I am so discouraged that I say let the animals have what they want. Let LEO say okay we will quit our jobs because the world will be such a better place of peace and harmony if the thugs take over. I think that the world will be so much better off if we are all forced to carry weapons to survive in our everyday lives. That people who work hard and want a better life for their loved ones should have it taken away because someone else feels entitled to it. That normal people should be assulted by a mob of thugs for not moving out of the way quick enough or trying to protect themselves. I am like many of you in that I am so very tired of all this Ferguson/BGI BS!
    I wish I could get everything I want in life and not have to work for it. But I am just a white woman who makes $10 per hour. I can’t even afford to go to the doctor so I can get well enough to go to work. But I guess that is my punishment for being white,racist, and somehow at fault for slavery! Admin please feel free not to put this in the comments. I am sure it sounds like the ravings of a very sarcastic and feverish woman. Which I am!

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  24. justfactsplz says:

    I am so sad to see Chief Jackson step down after standing tall through all of this. I fell he was forced to resign. I hope his men have a great loyalty to him and walk off the job. This community deserves to have to police themselves. When are we going to stand up against the BGI and say enough?

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    • doodahdaze says:

      My bet is they are getting out as fast as they can. Let Ferguson wallow in its mess. But my bet is Obama will pump in big $$$. Remember their creed. Reward failure, punish success.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        There is going to be major white flight.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          Stampede.

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          • MP says:

            Yep, Zillow will have a lot of for sale listings in Ferguson the next few months… White flight basically destroyed Detroit, Chicago, DC and Baltimore. Hate White people, fine, they’ll leave, but they will take their money and businesses elsewhere. You ever notice when Blacks become successful, they move to “white” majority neighborhoods and then have the audacity to complain that they are afraid of the police? It’s the neighborhood beat cop that is protecting everyone and thus making it safer place for everyone.

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  25. MP says:

    Chief Jackson is just a scapegoat for the progressives to take over Ferguson PD. Watch, they’ll install a black police chief (yep, this job has a black color prerequisite or else there will be more riots) and the crime will get worst. What the blacks folks in Ferguson fail to understand is that the white majority police force and minority white residents are holding the town together from falling into decay. In the next 10 years, with white flight beginning now, Ferguson will soon be 90% black and their police force will most likely be majority black as well. Name an American city they has an overwhelming black population and police force and is considered a safe place to live? Answer: None. In fact, those towns and cities with those demographics are the worst place to live.

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  26. justfactsplz says:

    Breaking News! Two police officers just shot outside of Ferguson police department.

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