Ferguson Activist Believes Two Officers Shot By KKK or Police Shot Themselves…

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126 Responses to Ferguson Activist Believes Two Officers Shot By KKK or Police Shot Themselves…

  1. Les says:

    Okay, well, education obviously isn’t the answer. A good job working for the fed/state/county/city doesn’t fix anything. Getting your own way doesn’t stop. So it MUST be true: You REALLY CAN’T fix stupid.

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    • michellc says:

      All these folks who would have been locked up in a mental hospital years ago now work for fed/state/county/city government.

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      Education is a waste of time on the Stupid. Programs to get more people to college only serve to create more useless, and trivially easy, degree programs, like “Women’s Studies”, “Gender Studies”, and “Hip-Hop Studies” (I’m not kidding.)

      Jobs may keep some out of trouble. Idle hands and all that.

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      • Les says:

        If we lower the bar any further, we will have drinks on the floor…

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      • lovelyd24 says:

        I have a reformed liberal friend, her analysis of her journey from Liberalism to Conservatism was summed up when she said “I gave them books but they ate them.”

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        • west1890 says:

          In our efforts to “help” we’ve provided all the advantages money can buy- affirmative action, job programs, financial assistance programs, ad nauseum. All we seem to have done is multiply the harm they do to the rest of us a thousand fold.

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          • Les says:

            That old “The Lord helps those who help themselves” thing still rings true.

            Nature will take care of it in the long run. I won’t be alive to see it, but it will come. Stupid is self-limiting.

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          • nimrodman says:

            west 1890 said: “All we seem to have done is multiply the harm they do to the rest of us a thousand fold.”

            west – I’ve not seen that said before, and it strikes me as one of the most concise and profoundly accurate indictments I’ve ever heard of the post-1950s welfare, affirmative action, “Tower of Babel” social engineering programs.

            Trillions spent and “All we seem to have done is multiply the harm they do to the rest of us a thousand fold.”

            Brilliant, concise evaluation. Thank you.

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    • Matt Musson says:

      There is a difference between saying something for effect and actually believing something.

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  2. yakmaster2 says:

    Looney Tunes Town must be so proud of their City Manager.👹

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  3. John Galt says:

    “John Mohammad” new day, SOS

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  4. BertDilbert says:

    The thing that should have been asked of the city manager is who foots the bill for all the extra police required as a result, and how should the city extract the funds from the populace to pay for it.

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  5. lovemygirl says:

    If that guy isn’t forced out of office I have no idea who should be. Totally unbelievable POS

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  6. lovemygirl says:

    This appears to be the person. Uplands Park is going to hear from me.

    https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dir/John/Muhammad

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  7. Les says:

    He said the N word…

    https://twitter.com/johncmuhammad

    Uplands Park isn’t even a real city:
    6390 Natural Bridge Road – Uplands Park, MO 63121 (Do a map search for this address. City Hall appears to be a 2 bedroom, 1 bath.)

    Phone 314-383-1856
    Fax 314-389-3142
    Office Hours 9:00 – 4:00

    Population 445 hahahaha

    He’s ridiculous. AND named after the DC sniper.

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    • lovemygirl says:

      He lists himself as a professional aggitator. I’m not falling into his trap but will think of something that will bug him.

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      • yakmaster2 says:

        Per his profile, he has been simultaneously involved with many Black organizations and Black owned businesses as well as non profits for years. His political activism has certainly paid off for him—to the point that he can apparently say crazy sh*t without being challenged by the Progressive/Marxist establishment, even though he clearly hates Whitey. I guess the White Marxists figure there’s more of them than the Black Muslim brothers & sisters so he can nutter all he wants.

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    • ackbarsays says:

      Uplands Park is a village in St. Louis County, Missouri, United States. The population was 445 at the 2010 census.[6] The village is one of many small affluent majority black communities located in the Natural Bridge corridor of mid-St. Louis County, characterized by small homes on small lots.

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  8. TexasRanger says:

    Anatomy of Ferguson Police Shooting

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  9. Shipwreck says:

    They really are that stupid. No wonder they are on the bottom rung of society.

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    • DT says:

      They really are that malicious. You should never trust someone who wasn’t present who immediately blames an unlikely party.

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  10. tovex11 says:

    Drop a C-130 load of pre-rolled joints on Ferguson, give it about three hours, then detain and question anyone walking around too fast, and appearing to have a purpose. They are probably out of town agitators and pissed off, because their troops will be down for at least a week due to a mysterious black airplane. Your welcome Obama!

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  11. tovex11 says:

    Makes as much sense as anything else I’ve heard, except for the one about arresting law breakers and up-holding the law.

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  12. froggielegs says:

    Oh I really think the others interviewed on Hannity were so much better. I don’t think I saw so many stupid people in one place at the same time. Watch the video at the bottom of the article…

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/hannitys-interview-with-ferguson-protester-goes-off-the-rails-fast/

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  13. nivico says:

    Sundance… check this out

    Connect the dots… la la la. We’ve seen one of the men pulled out of the house this morning before, Martez Little was apprehended back in August in the incident involving Esrail Britton pointing a gun at a police officer

    http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/mar/12/ferguson-police-arrested-home-raid

    “In early-morning swoop by heavily armed police, Lamont Underwood, Iresha Turner and Martez Little were taken from home in handcuffs, questioned and later released”

    http://fox2now.com/2014/08/13/ferguson-man-claims-he-was-beaten-and-theatened-after-witnessing-tuesday-night-shooting-police/

    “Martez Little, 24, of Ferguson, a witness to the officer involved shooting near Ferguson just after midnight Wednesday morning, said police also beat and threatened him.”

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  14. TexasRanger says:

    St Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar Recounts Shootings and Describes Bullet Wound Paths.

    Officers were standing in a line of at least 20 to 25 Police (facing the main group of protesters).

    3 or 4 shots were fired at them striking 2 Officers standing next to each other.

    One Officer was struck in the face below his right eye-cheekbone and bullet lodged behind and below his ear.

    Second Officer was struck in the top right shoulder and bullet came out the middle of his right back.

    So, the line of 20-25 Officers essentially makes for one almost solid target about 6’ high and about 40’ wide.

    The face shot wound trajectory would depend on the position of the Officers head – facing up or down etc.

    The shoulder shot wound with bullet exiting middle of Officers back suggest shot was made from elevated level from where the Officers were standing.

    This shoulder wound would be consistent with shooter being up the hill on Tiffin St. or with my theory that shooter was positioned on the roof of the Tire and Wheel store hiding behind the buildings façade which rises a couple of feet above the roof.

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  15. art tart says:

    Sad, sad, I don’t know what will happen in Ferguson, it appears it will be the next Detroit/Chicago. Ferguson will eventually get little sympathy across America, just like most Americans could care less about what happens in Detroit/Chicago. Both cities surrendered themselves to corrupt politicians/racist thugs/gangs, those that could get out did to protect their families.

    I feel terribly those officers were shot & am appalled at how callous the AA community feels, as if the officers had it coming. I have the utmost respect for the LE Officers of Ferguson, I’d be scared to death, they have to feel like targets w/protesters hoping more of them are shot. Appalling.

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    • georgiafl says:

      You can bet a bunch of law officers’ job applications are being mailed every day to police units across the USA (Republican/Conservative states) and police wives have already packed their non-essentials for a quick departure to a place far from Ferguson/St. Louis.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        The new arrest yourself disparate impact program is coming soon. A bus will drive around and the criminals can just hop in for a free ride to the new luxury jail and rehabilitation palace. No cops will be needed in the socialist self policing paradise of Ferguson.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The AA community cares about one thing only. Free money.

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    • daddio says:

      Ferguson will soon join the other communities across the northern sections of the St. Louis Metro area who have succumbed to the black tide of poverty and Section 8 housing. Like locusts eating their way through a corn field, they have consumed North City, and have spread out in a fan into North County. Anything north of Highway 40 will be a no go zone. Fortunately, the south side of the metro area remains in good shape, but for how long? Most people with any sense are decamping for St. Charles or Jefferson County, or points even further out to escape the zombies.

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    • Sandra says:

      Exclude Chicago. The blacks have ruined vast swaths of the city but they have almost no control. Too many on welfare, too few in positions of power. We just had a mayoral election, the black candidate with the most votes did pitifully. The Hispanics will likely take over here.

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  16. Justice_099 says:

    Anyone else think the shootings were mainly an attempt to get Ferguson back into the national news cycle? Notice how every single comment admonishing the shootings is carefully followed by changing the topic back to the racial injustices? In every statement, including Holder’s, more words are spent on the racial injustices than words spent on talking about the shooting itself.

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    • smiley says:

      good insight

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      • doodahdaze says:

        If they catch the shooter and he is not KKK but a protestor it will not fit the template. Will the cops be allowed to catch him?

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    • jason says:

      posted by Irish Eyes in a prior Ferg thread
      http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/70395?utm_source=CFP+Mailout&utm_campaign=fc606d3698-Call_to_Champions&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d8f503f036-fc606d3698-291112305

      Makes sense to me… at the very least, Zero/Holder and the grifters aren’t letting this crisis go to waste and doing what they can to keep the fie simmering and ready for the next great hoax to be perpetuated by the BGI et al.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        Seems to go a little too far away from the Occum’s Razor. I don’t feel this was done by government conspirators, so much as activists looking to generate national attention. And the “…not letting a good crisis go to waste…” is an expected and predictable reaction.

        The shooting gets the media back down there with the cameras rolling so the activists can talk. Like this guy above in the article. I don’t think it took a high-level conspiracy to know how it will be used.

        However, the outrageous and odd conspiracy theories like the guy in the video above does make for good TV, so it will further attract the news who fall all over themselves to record people making crazy theories. But even though the majority know they are outrageous, the ‘normalizing of the underlying message’ still gets done.

        The more often we here a lie regardless of the whacko stuff attached to it, the more it becomes embedded as a fact in the national psyche. I’ve pointed this out in prior investigation threads here where some fact not yet proven gets repeated often enough that people begin to think it is a fact and start building theories off that unproven fact and suddenly we are in Utah when we headed to Virginia.

        As a root cause investigator (electronics) in my field, I run into this all the time and have to fight to get the team back on track. ‘Lost in the weeds’ I think is the layman term.

        Watch, slowly we will stop talking about the shooting and forget about it and the only thing left is the message of evil racist police. Now with a renewed national audience.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          My bet. Buy a cheap house in Ferguson. If I know liberals it will become a pet project of government socialist engineers and the $$$$ will flow. It is made to order to create a liberal utopia. You can probly triple your $$$ in freebies as they try to prove socialism works.

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          • Justice_099 says:

            Well, one could certainly make a decent buck buying up properties there and then renting them. Mortgages would likely be cheap, far below the going rent. And with section 8, rent price doesn’t matter anyway and the government will pay to fix the damages the tenants cause, when they leave.

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            • doodahdaze says:

              Much better than section 8. Obama will use this for a model Chocolate City. Free everything no doubt. I can see it coming.

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              • Justice_099 says:

                Interesting theory actually. Almost like reparations without calling them that. Have cities paid for by the American taxpayers where the blacks can live cost free at our expense.

                I’m actually kind of for this. It would certainly drop the crime rates in the rest of the country to have them all gathered in one place! Let ’em have it.

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                • Justice_099 says:

                  Any hard-working decent blacks that want better for themselves are more than welcome to come join us, of course.

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                • doodahdaze says:

                  Reward failure, punish success. Bet on it. The graft will be dropped in by helicopter and the streets paved with Gold.

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                • Justice_099 says:

                  It’s still a solution. Throw in the white trash and the rest of the dregs on society while we are at it. Take the entire state of California and make it a socialist utopia and let them all have it. I would gladly finance it. Just get them the h3ll out of here.

                  Just give opportunities for those that are willing to work hard to get the h3ll out of there, too and I am all for it.

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          • daddio says:

            “we gave them houses and they ate them…”

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        • smiley says:

          good analysis.
          I agree w/ your take on this.

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        • jason says:

          Ferg protesters have had plenty of opportunities to do something to stir up controversy and get the spotlight back. It’s very possible the ‘everyone’s a racist in Ferguson’ was the straw needed to get the criminal elements to kick it up a notch or few again… but at this point it definitely wouldn’t surprise if it was more than just a lone wolf being fed up.

          Either way, I think regardless of the exact motivations behind it, I have little doubt (purely speculative of course) we’re likely to see attempts to repeat a similar pattern in the immediate future 😦

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          • Justice_099 says:

            Agreed. The reaction of the rest didn’t need to be coordinated. It’s predictable.

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            • smiley says:

              GS has paid millions to keep these mobs in situ for a long time.

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              • doodahdaze says:

                The inshooance Co. is going to pay Crump off even though he has no legal case. They will never take it to court and be accused of racism. Bet the ranch.

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                • nivico says:

                  Here’s something interesting… even though we know insurance companies will often pay a claim rather than fight it, according to the following site they have a duty to defend the policy holder against the claim and pay for the policy holder’s legal defense.

                  It also states that it “is unlawful for an insurer to … put their financial interests ahead of the financial interests of the policyholder.” And that’s pretty much what an insurer is doing when they settle a claim rather than defend against it if they’re doing it to prevent having to potentially pay out a larger sum of money down the road.

                  http://www.badfaithinsurance.org/reference/General/0007a.htm

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          • doodahdaze says:

            Like the Norks. Perfect example.

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          • smiley says:

            its not the “protesters”….its the people in the back….pushing it…its not even about “race”..its about the MOVEMENT….the change.
            race is the manufactured crisis to bring it about..and it will never end..b/c there is no such thing as the utopia they’re propagating.
            but try telling that to the liberals w/ white guilt.
            or the useful protesters.
            and the hi paid agitators.

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        • beth60497 says:

          Chief Belmar was talking about that very theory about facts/theories getting repeated and becoming basis for further theories.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        They will rename it Fertopia and dump in a few billion.

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    • Daniel says:

      What racial injustice?

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  17. Daniel says:

    City manager… oh wow. “my constituents speak for themselves.” Really? He is in a position of power and influence. He speaks for the people and if the people disagree, they can push for his removal. In this case, they should — Not just because he made these ridiculous assertions in public, but because he is CLEARLY deficient when it comes to reasoning and logic.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      So are they. To them he makes perfect sense. With 95% black then 90% prolly work for the guvment.

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    • beth60497 says:

      I think this has been discussed up thread, but according to the city spokesman, he is a city clerk, not a city manager and is currently suspended.

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  18. Chip Bennett says:

    I could say so many things about this little Malcom X wannabe, but it’s going to be a nice Friday, and I don’t want Sharon or Menagerie to be mad at me.

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  19. Moishe Pipik says:

    Even though it’s a horrendous belief, indicative of serious mental illness, there’s one aspect of it that’s mildly amusing.

    Black people reason that because this shot requires considerable SKILL, (if taken from a distance and was purposely meant to these exact targets) then a BLACK PERSON couldn’t have possibly done it! The people who believe this theory are convinced that Holder’s People and Obama’s Imaginary Sons are too stupid and or lazy to learn the marksmanship involved.

    So who’s the racist now?

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    • Les says:

      Ah, the soft bigotry…

      Could they trace the trajectory to see if the firearm was held sideways?

      I can’t listen to people who call each other “my ni99a” or pretend they are all “cuzzins” or otherwise related because they can’t keep their pants pulled up (both ways).

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    • Jeffrey says:

      Has anyone revealed the caliber yet? 100 to 130 yards to a face sized target is kinda average difficulty even with iron sights with most rifles.

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    • beth60497 says:

      Anderson Cooper had a fire arms expert on his show tonight. The expert was able to make the shot at the supposed distance with a glock.
      I don’t think this shot took any feat of marksmanship. This 2 officers weren’t targeted specifically, they were just shooting towards this long line of officers standing nearly shoulder to shoulder. Even I could have hit something.
      Another thing that the expert said that got me thinking. He said that even a bullet from a hand gun could go a lot further then the distance they believe the shooter was. But that the gun would have to be aimed higher to account for the drop in the shot. The expert even aimed the gun up a bit to hit the target at the distance.
      Well, we all heard lots of gun fire during both the shooting scene in Canfield, as well as during the nightly protests yet no one was ever hit. So what if the inexperienced sideways holding “punk” was just shooting to scare like all those previous times and didn’t account for the distance or drop and aimed to shoot over their heads, but the drop of the trajectory put the bullets right into the police.
      I AM NOT making excuses for this, just wondering aloud a bit.
      btw, I have a friend who’s a photographer and does some freelance work for our local liberal rag, The Riverfront Times, who was down in Canfield during protests in August and took shelter behind a dumpster that was hit numerous times by bullets so not all shots were being fired “in the air” and were definitely aimed at LEO.

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  20. kc10lvr says:

    Notice how the STL area is littered with idiots in position of influence? I will not use the word leaders, as to me, they do not represent leaders one should follow!
    I can’t find the video, but on KMOV last night or this morning, one person commented “We will not stop until justice is served!” They will never have their justice…you can’t have justice for a perpetuated lie!
    I’ll tell you what…my two-year plan to roll out of the STL Metro-East is well under way…and it can’t come soon enough!

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Well we have a northern snow buildup that may be reaching the winter of ’92-’93 levels which, if it melts rapidly, may just give them something else to whine about. Seems those of us on the banks of the Mississippi share much of the same
      leadership’ issues and problems – must be something in the water.

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  21. czarowniczy says:

    And a diet of carryout fried chicken and gas station 40-ouncers of malt liquor is good and good for ya’. No accountin’ for beliefs or tastes. I do think we could make an entire TV series about the various ethnic conspiracy theories held as faith – only question is what language do we film it in?

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    • smiley says:

      good question b/c subtitles sure wouldn’t work, right ?
      just make it a rap video w/ Bouncey lyrics and tribal jungle noise and DJ scraping- vinyl sounds and ear-splitting sirens wailing gangsta mojo bro…

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  22. czarowniczy says:

    Am I the only one who thought that Holder’s sincere and heartfelt soliloquy on the Freguson officer’s shooting probably started like as a piece by a writer about his and his department’s attacks on the American police? If you too his screed and repositioned his/his department’s names and some adverbs you’d have a composite of the complaints on how they’ve waged war on the American LEA over the last six-or-so years. No doubt about the sincerity and heartfeltedness of it, he only stumbled and had to look down at his cheat-sheet a few times – not bad for a situation where teleprompters and que cards don’t fit in.
    Most interesting was his need to come out and basically say that: ‘so many of you think that this is my/our fault and it’s just not true’. The speech was more about the denial of the government’s heavy part in the instigation of the ambush than a show of solidarity for beleaguered LEA, more about personal absolution than thoughts for these and other officer’s safety, more ‘Mikey did it’ than ‘maybe we have to reexamine the DoJ’s confrontational and one-sided approach to dealing with the state, county and local LEAs’. Then there was the POtuS’s speech about the ambush that I caught about 30 seconds of on the local news – to be expected, SSDD.
    Sorry Mr Holder, YOU dealt it BEFORE we smelled it, we’ve watched the DoJ under your mailed fist attack LEA for years and wallow in the resultant publicity. I’ve watched the DoJ and you personally go after friends with the DoJ’s full power, trying to destroy them as a show of power and a sacrifice to the lowest denominator. You all failed here, you were handed you hat by the people, even many of your supporters, but continued on to Sanford, Florida and Ferguson, Missouri. You are about to leave office but the atmosphere you leave behind will have effects that linger long after you’re gone. I can’t help but wonder how many of the names that will be engraved on the National Law Enforcement Memorial will be there at least in part due to the negative publicity that seems to have become departmental SOP.

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  23. carterzest says:

    The CanadaFreePress nails it again!
    The Community Activism Presidency That’s Ruining America

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/70414

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  24. littlebox says:

    JOHN C. MUHAMMAD
    City Administrator, City of Uplands Park, MO.
    City Manager
    City of Uplands Park, MO.
    —->> 2014 – Present (1 year)Uplands Park, MO.

    This guy is being groomed to be the next big agitator in the area, right inline with St Louis’ newest resident protestor/agitator –> DeRay Mckesson ( http://www.stltoday.com/lifestyles/columns/joe-holleman/protester-deray-mckesson-has-moved-to-stl/article_115e84d4-9cec-5267-a38b-839b947d712c.html )

    These agitators are paid to LIE and the better the LIES, the more money they will make.

    These protestors/agitators are in for the long haul and everyone wants a piece of that big pie! Ferguson/St Louis will be the battle ground for many years to come.

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    • Chip Bennett says:

      Doesn’t Troublemaker Deray have business to attend to up in his neck of the woods, with the #BLM aggrieved in Madison, WI?

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      • beth60497 says:

        DeRay quit his job and has moved to St Louis. I’m not sure what his educational background is, but I know he worked for the school district which gives him public sector experience. My group of friends is very worried that his plan is to put in for the vacant City Manager job. I sincerely doubt there will be many applicants. Other then maybe Mr. John C Mohammed.

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  25. Jess says:

    It will never cease to amaze me, the double standard, chip on the shoulder, “you owe us, who cares about you” mentality of the most outspoken among this movement. The entire nation is supposed to stop what it’s doing to care about an “unarmed black man” being shot by a white police officer, but when two police officers are shot with no provocation, the attitude shifts to “they got what they deserved”.
    As someone who lives in Madison, WI (the new ground zero of black lives matter) and someone who considers themselves a reformed liberal, I just can’t see how this has gained as much momentum as it has. Can nobody else see through the crap and realize how ridiculous this is? What about all of the unarmed black men shot by other black men? Why don’t we all protest that?
    I used to have an optimistic “we’re stronger as a nation when we help each other attitude”, especially being raised by liberal parents, but after a while you figure out the meaning of “biting the hand that feeds you”, or in my case, being bit by the dog I was feeding.

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    • manickernel says:

      Actually the one silver lining that I see in the near future is a lot more “reformed liberals” joining the ranks. 🙂

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    • steve says:

      Blacks don’t do this on their own. They are “Mobilized” by Black Leaders. And no, it isn’t just Obama, Holder, Sharpton and Jackson. Look what the great Black leader, Nelson Mandela has done to South Africa, a former First World country. deathofjohannesburg.com

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      • Sandra says:

        They are also enabled by many whites who mistakenly think that blacks in poverty are in that position because of oppression and lack of opportunity, instead of sheer laziness. Unfortunately only a minority of those whites ever learn their mistake.

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        • steve says:

          I don’t think that they are mobilized by liberal Whites. They take their marching orders to protest and riot from Black Leaders. At Ferguson, many Blacks were not appreciative of the presence of White Liberals. I have heard stories of Black Leaders gathering at the White House for strategy sessions.

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          • doodahdaze says:

            Look at Israel. If the jews go for the Obammmunists Rand Paul will gain. They may do a suicide by liberal. Then who will help them?

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          • michellc says:

            The white liberals enable them though. The same white liberals that they would shoot, rob or knock out in one punch without batting an eye.

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      When you’re angry, one tends not to think very clearly. As long as the Libs & Dems can keep their followers angry and hungry for more, they’ll keep them on their side.

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  26. steve says:

    That’s deathofjohannesburg.BlogSpot.com

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  27. doodahdaze says:

    OK, how does disparate impact apply to traffic court? As I said from the start.
    http://www.newrepublic.com/article/121287/department-justice-ferguson-report-we-need-national-police-reform

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  28. froggielegs says:

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    • lilbirdee'12 says:

      I saw this interview live and thought this guy is really out there. I had no idea he was a city worker; but then didn’t Dorian Johnson get a job with the city/county parks dept. or was it sanitation? DJ needs to be under the jail for the devastation he brought to all !

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