Ferguson Protest Leader Says Police “Set Up” Ferguson Shooter Jeffrey Williams – *UPDATE* – Video Added

Bishop Derrick Robinson is a protest organizer and in a prior November 5th picture was noted at the Ferguson protest with police shooting suspect Jeffrey Williams.  Robinson is now making the TV circuit claiming Williams was “set up” by the police. 

(Via TPM) An area protest organizor and pastor stunned MSNBC host Tamron Hall on Monday when he said that the suspect charged with shooting two Ferguson, Mo. police officers was “set up” by law enforcement.

On Sunday, St. Louis County prosecutors charged Jeffrey Williams, 20, with shooting two police officers last week during a demonstration outside the Ferguson Police Department. According to the Associated Press, Williams told investigators that he wasn’t targeting the officers.

In an interview on Monday, the Rev. Derrick Robinson, one of the organizers of the protest, told Hall that he had met with Williams on Sunday. Hall asked Robinson about a rumor that the suspect was trying to shoot at someone who robbed him that day.

Robinson confirmed that Williams claimed he’d been robbed. What he said next had Hall grasping for words.

“And I think, I believe he was frustrated, and I really believe he was set up, and I really believe that. I know it may not —”

“Set up by who? Let me pause you on that. Set up by who?” Hall asked.

“Police,” Robinson answered, looking off screen for a moment. “I think he was set up, I would go even farther to say some of the police, you know. The story just does not add up.” (read more)

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84 Responses to Ferguson Protest Leader Says Police “Set Up” Ferguson Shooter Jeffrey Williams – *UPDATE* – Video Added

  1. WeeWeed says:

    🙄

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  2. mcfyre2012 says:

    Hilarious…Williams wasn’t targeting the police, just the guy that he claimed robbed him earlier.

    So…he is admitting to attempted murder…it’s just that he shot the wrong guy(s).

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    • Moishe Pipik says:

      Does it make a difference at all? In terms of charges and sentencing? I don’t think so.

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      • lovelyd24 says:

        Nope still felonious assault.

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      • BobNoxious says:

        No, it makes no difference at all in terms of what charges they’ve filed. I also think it’s highly unlikely that this argument will sway a StL County jury to let him off easy on sentencing, assuming it even goes to trial. He will likely enter a plea and receive a 30 plus year sentence.

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    • You mean he wasn’t deer hunting or squirrel hunting. Better yet he just accidently stuck the gun out the window and it went bang????
      Cannot believe the excuses they seem to keep coming up with lately

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  3. Moishe Pipik says:

    Robbed by the Protestors!? If he were telling the truth (HA!) then you must believe that the “protestors” are violent, lawless, thugs!

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    • lovelyd24 says:

      It probably wasn’t regular protestors who tried to rob him it was probably an out of towner. Maybe he even is referring to when Jesse Jackson wanted to pass the plate and was run out of town.

      Who knows?

      It could even be a misunderstanding among the children. Someone took someone else’s cookies and the next thing you know gunshots ring out.

      What does it matter?

      :/

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  4. Susan M. says:

    Funny he says It doesn’t add up. Must be a Common Core promoter.

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      Good one! 🙂

      I notice he doesn’t say what doesn’t add up to what.

      But, at least now we know what the narrative will be. He’s innocent and the cops beat a confession out of him. That’ll give Holder another bite at the apple, too, and he won’t be worried about what caliber ammo the boy was sportin’, either.

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  5. John Galt says:

    The mere presence of police is a “setup” because of the disparate impact on black thugs.

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  6. McGuffin says:

    Never in my long life have I seen so many excuses and lack of responsibility by people. Ain’t nothin’ they can’t spin. Nothing!
    *It seems to be a way of life with the blacks. And left.

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  7. czarowniczy says:

    It’s not a lie, it’s the truth filtered through a self-serving prism. “No officer, this isn’t my coat, I must have picked up the wrong one at the party and I don’t know how this dope got into the pocket.”

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  8. Sharon says:

    As long as MSNBC is willing to air this crap and people are willing to watch it the community criminals are advancing their cause and increasing their audience; and yet, obviously, the process must have sunlight on it. Lack of options is increasingly the norm as the Republic slips into the rearview mirror.

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    • Lee says:

      ABSOLUTELY – and MSNBC needs to be held accountable. If I was the family of the two officers I would seek council as to the issues of legal liability on behalf of the press for pushing a false narrative that led up to shootings and continues on through the “setup” of the accused.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      At least Hall called him out on it; he has been on CNN multiple times in the past 24 hours saying the same stuff without any questioning or pushback at all.

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  9. John Galt says:

    Strange that MSNBC isn’t on board with an absurd police conspiracy theory.

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  10. BobNoxious says:

    He was allowed to say the exact same nonsense on CNN multiple times over the past 24 hours without even the slightest pushback. At least Tamron attempted to question this idiots claims. I’d love to see his public defenders faces right about now too w/ this goof all over TV supposedly speaking of their clients behalf.

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  11. Monroe says:

    Explain how he was set up if he admits to the shooting? There is also a thing called ebidence, which can be faked to some degree. But the police are not going to proceed without a strong case because of crap like this coming from Shaman Robinson.

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  12. DT says:

    This kind of twisting in the wind lets you know that it’s one of their own. No one would spend 2 seconds on a lone wolf. A lone wolf would get a shrug and a spit.

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  13. Monroe says:

    Also, doesn’t MO have a Licensing Board to regulate who can use certain titles? For instance, you can’t legally call yourself a psychologist if you don’t possess certain degrees. Robinson goes by Bishop, Paster, Rev and overseer(sounds like plantation speak). What’s up?

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  14. lovelyd24 says:

    What a moron Robinson is, he said he knows William’s was not targeting the protestors because the protestors are all family, well if Williams is not, or was not a protester, how did Williams become a member of the “protestor family”. Robinson didn’t make a single logical sentence.

    And Robinson knows Williams didn’t have a negative motive.

    What a bloody joke. Shame on Robinson.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Interesting that Robinson just knocked out Williams’s story about not aiming for the police.
      If Williams was not aiming for the protestors then there was only one other target in the area.

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    • He took out his gun and fired twice into a crowd at someone, missing everybody and hitting the police across the street. Which part in all this wasn’t “negative motive”?

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    • benzy says:

      It goes beyond that… Robinson said Williams could not have been shooting at the protesters because “in our community we are all family”. He didn’t explain how some of those “family” members robbed Williams. Not the way MY family treats each other.

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    • Sassy says:

      The protest leaders also claim that they would never allow into their midst someone who tends towards violence. I seem to remember a protest meeting, in a church (Robinson’s?), where a group of protesters attacked a white man because they falsely believed he was filming them. They chased him down the street and beat him, but that must not fit their definition of tending to be violent.

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    • Nomadic100 says:

      I.Q. 85

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  15. BobNoxious says:

    His car is seen on the live stream turning on to Tiffin Ave. less than 40 seconds before the shooting…. Think about that. In order for this to be given any consideration you’d have to believe that he was somehow robbed w/in that tiny less than 40 second window… and that the bullets magically missed the robbers and found two policemen…

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  16. True Colors says:

    It is hard to keep up with all the different spin surrounding Jeffrey Williams

    -he was a loving, caring father
    -he was an outsider, nobody has ever seen him before
    -he was not a protestor
    -he was a protestor, but only occassionally
    -he was robbed by protestors
    -he tried to shoot the robbers but he missed and hit the police
    -the robbers beat him up
    -the police beat him up when they took him into custody and they forced a confession out of him
    -he was denied legal counsel
    -he could not have shot the police because it was too far for the bullets to reach
    -the shooter was somebody from the KKK

    BTW, someone on twitter claims that is is a photo of williams hanging with the protestors back in
    September

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  17. lovemygirl says:

    She should have asked the “bishop” where he attended divinity school but he seems to have trouble enough with the word co-hearse.

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  18. lovelyd24 says:

    I am sure that part of the case against Williams is his technological footprint, the location of his phone is going to give officers clear dates/times and general if not rather specific locations as to when and where to search in their data base for pictures of Williams in the crowd.

    If he didn’t turn off a pre-set tracker on his smart phone the phone itself will have exact dates, times, and locations of his phones whereabouts, and Williams seems to be quite attached to his phone so there will be posts, texts, or other such evidence that he was with his phone.

    Technology is bitch.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Yea I remember when I realized my phone had a tracker. I had a friend ask me what I was doing in ??? city cause I had texted them. I was like how the H3LL do you know…
      Now a days the kids love the tracker, unless they are teens and its a tracker that their parents have turned on their phones for tracking teens. My grandkids had to sign a contract that they would never turn off the parental tracking to get a cell phone. The other tracker their parents didn’t care about.

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  19. David In TN says:

    Nothing we haven’t seen before. He may repudiate the confession, if he made one.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Chip Bennett says:

    Clearly, someone in Ferguson is still selling re-filled Swisher Sweets – and Derrick Robinson has been partaking.

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  21. James F says:

    So they are against self defense during an actual criminal assault but they support the right right to go back and shoot an imagined perpetrator of an unreported robbery as revenge? Sounds about right.

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  22. Moishe Pipik says:

    And all of this situation is because of one premise: the African American Community believes that Michael Brown had an absolute right to rob a convenience store, violently pushing a man so he could steal some cigars.

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  23. Police set up the hateful young thug by wearing blue uniforms over white skin and daring to act as authority empowered by law.

    Anything that resists the id driven desires of the criminal among black youth by standing for law and order is painted by the left as racist or race traitorous.

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  24. kc10lvr says:

    Wow! They should pick their spokespeople more carefully! If they had one capable anyway! What a fool he presented himself to be! Yup, grasping at straws…and it’s so transparent!

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  25. Meyer says:

    While I find this deeply disturbing, I am aghast by the ranting of Azealia Banks . . .

    Azealia Banks: ‘I hate everything about this country’
    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2015/03/16/azealia-banks-hate-everything-about-this-country/?intcmp=features
    “My little white fans will be like, ‘Why do you want reparations for work you didn’t do?’ Well, you got handed down your grandfather’s estate and you got to keep your grandmother’s diamonds and pearls and s–t.”

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    • mung says:

      I didn’t get any of those things.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Meyer says:

        Funny comeback, Mung!

        With all this politically correct nonsense growing, it was only matter of time before this rhetoric of reparation resurfaced.

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    • Sassy says:

      There was a story in the local paper today about how many of the residents of Canfield Green stopped paying their rent after August. The liberal rag sounds as if it’s fixing to “prosecute” the owners for daring to file to evict deadbeats (who think they shouldn’t have to pay after what happened to Brown) as if the owners don’t need the income in order to maintain the complex for everyone else. Half of the apartments are now empty, because residents didn’t feel “safe” because of the protesters and gunshots every night, which is odd, considering that the same paper claims that the protesters are “peaceful”.

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    • Monroe says:

      I’ll trump slavery with the Holocaust. The Nazi’s took everything my family owned while the US twiddled their thumbs. Hmhh.. Thanks for playing the Reparations Game, please don’t play again.

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  26. Sassy says:

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/prosecutor-man-held-in-wounding-of-two-officers-at-ferguson/article_a25d4fc3-5889-5f15-a8fe-2995af5962ac.html

    The local paper also gives a lot of coverage to Robinson’s tale. In that story, he claims Williams was only shooting into the air, out of frustration. Tell that to the people whose ears the bullets whizzed past, in a straight line from the hill to the police officers. The media is so invested in protecting the narrative of “peaceful” protesters. An additional tidbit from the story is that 20-year-old Williams will soon be the father of a baby born to a 27-year-old. I wonder how many other children he has? Sorry if you’ve already found or discussed this. I haven’t had time to catch up on all the threads. Another story in the media claimed that the house searched earlier in the week is not connected to the shooting. The “owner”: 125 S. Dade LLC

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  27. Lou says:

    this would have been Sybrina Fulton without an attorney.

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  28. froggielegs says:

    This guy is back tracking. He told the reporter on Fox yesterday that he did not believe Williams story of shooting someone who was trying to rob him.

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  29. froggielegs says:

    OK I just watched this idiot’s interview (I should of done that first before replying above LOL) Anyway, he is all over the place. First he says Williams was part of their family, that protesters consider themselves family and they protect family, etc. Then he says he wasn’t a protester. If he wasn’t a protester, then how is he part of this family?

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  30. Monroe says:

    The “Bishop” seems to also go by another name: D. Demond Robinson. Still not finding any educational background. Something seems off about him and his 2 organizations. Maybe the next gen of Rev Al.

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  31. johnnosk says:

    This guy is acting like a chile that has been caught in a lie and is making up more lies to cover… All he is doing is embarrassing himself!

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  32. Reggie says:

    On Breitbart:
    Ferguson Cop Shooting Suspect Jeffrey Williams Linked to Dorian Johnson
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/03/16/ferguson-cop-shooting-suspect-jeffrey-williams-linked-to-dorian-johnson/

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  33. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    If someone doesn’t stop this insanity soon we are going to end up in a race war!

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