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Something Stinks with the Riots in Ferguson
November 30, 2014
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I am posting this link and want opinions on what you all think. Do you think it was a planned event? Kind of a strange coincidence this Open House in June 2014.
http://www.westflorissantave.c.....es/view/13

November 30, 2014
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Welcome to the Blackvault. I would not have any opinion about how things in your local government have anything to do with the events of Ferguson. What I do think stinks is that an 18 year old is dead, and there seems to be no concern over his own actions that got him dead, and that a policeman's life is completely in shambles. What stinks is the fact the young man is characterized as an aspiring college student, and that the Cop is characterized as some sort of racist. What stinks is there is absolutely no talk or concern the 18 year old, not only robbed a store minutes before for cigars, but also roughed up and bullied an Indian man about 100 pounds less, and that he challenged a white cop, attacked him inside his car, and said what I believe are racially charged statements.

What stinks most of all is the President of the United States allowing a tax evader named Al Sharpton who owes $2 million dollars plus in back taxes to be a adviser between the White House and Black community. That the President of the United States, minutes after the ruling was announced was on the air, essentially branding this as a racism from the police, and NEVER, NOT ONE TIME, validated the jury of 12 people who deliberated every rumor, eye whiteness, and 3 autopsy's. Not one time did Obama back up our system of justice that the Grand Jury was impartial and judged the real facts, not the media rumors, nor the lies told by witnesses.

That is what stinks, and now a policeman doing his job, has been forced to leave the job he loved, and start over in some place that will force him to leave his home area. What also stinks is the kids stepfather who screamed "burn the bitch down", and the mourning Mother who has been able to have her hair done and colored, to be exploited by the Al Sharpton people.

December 1, 2014
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how can you call a bullet in the TOP of the head self defence? yes he robbed the store for cigars. that dosn't carry the death penalty. how many black kids were killed in that town? something sure stinks in ferguson. that prosecuter was the best defence att. for the police. not one officer was ever prosecuted there. don't you find that a bit odd at the very least?
in this white boys opinion justice is a bit lacking there.

December 1, 2014
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"White Boy"??? Maybe you have your mind made up and not very objective? A Grand Jury deliberated the real evidence and it took them over a month to hear the facts and deliberate all of it. It was also not an all white jury.

I stand behind what I said and will also add one other thing. Eric Holder is the Attorney General and he also intimated he will pursue civil rights violations, even after the Grand Jury cleared the cop of criminal wrong doing. It is a very sad day indeed when the President and the Attorney General both did a "slap in the face" to an impartial jury who deliberated the evidence and came to this conclusion. Neither of them had a word to say about these 12 jurors.

Maybe you can talk with some expertise how 3 different autopsies supported the Cop, and Dr. Badin is probably one of the most foremost experts in his field. Why Browns partner in the cigar stealing, turned out to be a complete liar, with his story. He should be prosecuted.

Maybe you should read the comments to news stories, and they overwhelmingly support the cop, and overwhelmingly believe that the lie "hands up don't shoot" was a total lie, that Brown attacked the cop, had his hands on his gun, and yelled " You are too much of a pussy to shoot me".

Take an objective view of a 285 pound kid, just robbed a store, threatened and roughed up an man of Indian decent, and 10 minutes later tried to fight a young looking White boy cop, who is the Racist?

December 2, 2014
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I agree that there was wrong doing by Brown. But what I am bringing out is the rioting. The whole area that has taken place at was set up for redevelopment. The link I provided shows it had been approved on June 4th. So what I am asking were the riots intentional. Why am I asking this? Because the fact that if property owners were not carrying the proper insurance to rebuild their businesses they may be condemned and taken by imminent domain and redeveloped. Do you see what I am getting to?

December 2, 2014
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You would have to believe all these store owners got together and engineered a conspiracy to burn down all their businesses, loot them, and possibly get many others killed or injured. Very unlikely IMHO, but an interesting theory. Most of us do not even know where Ferguson is, nor do we know really what the city is like, gang and crime wise.

I'm glad I do not live anywhere near the place. City redevelopment has been and always will be with us. Cities grow and they need to have new jobs and construction, modernize, or adapt to growing population. Many places get very old, dilapidated and in state of decay, probably not uncommon that many of the building may even be from the 1800's in midwest places. Many places just decay into Ghettos.

I noticed for the first time last night a clip of Brown's Father screaming "Burn the bitch down". He is a man with a 18 year old son, assuming he is about 40. On a decision day that would have been monumental for them as a family, The mother had her hair all done, and you may expect Dad would have dressed in a suit. Instead ol Dad had typical gang look to him with his bluejeans down to below the bottom of his ass, with his underpants hanging out, belt below the cheeks of his ass. 40, a Father, and showing his ignorance like he was a teenager. No wonder the kid was stealing cigars and roughing up a man of Indian decent.

December 2, 2014
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All that I know from a journalist that was there and reporting from there is most of the protestors/rioters were not from there. Some admitted to being paid to be there. Also unknown paramilitary dressed were in attendance. My feelings are that this was dual purpose 1) To disenfranchise the business owners and residents from an area of future development. 2) Ultimately start a more advanced racial situation that would and has spilled over the nation. Plus hearing AG Holders comments about International Law trumps our Constitution. My tireless research tells me that their is an agenda. Call me wrong but with the activities I have researched in the past this feels to be on track.

December 18, 2014
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December 19, 2014
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http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/michae ... nd-n266176

The idea of various police groups infiltrating protests is not new. It happened in Canada a few months ago and it surely will continue to happen until people decide that this flavor isn't interesting anymore and move on to the next big media debacle, whatever they decide that will be.

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December 20, 2014
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"greeney2" wrote: You would have to believe all these store owners got together and engineered a conspiracy to burn down all their businesses, loot them, and possibly get many others killed or injured.

No, I think what Richdav is saying is, the government itself conspired to gin up the hate and steer the riot into properties that, if condemned, could be taken by imminent domain. Hey, it's not the craziest theory I've ever heard. And judging by the apparent average intelligence of the Molotov-carrying perps, they could have easily been manipulated.

"Hands up, don't shoot." Gimme a break. The only thing Michael Brown didn't do was point the gun at his own head and pull the trigger. But he might as well have, with behavior like that. Now you've got black people sending out blast emails and facebook posts, calling for the murder of innocent policemen and women.

I have a question. Who is more a terrorist, by definition? An ISIS member who beheads an innocent reporter half a world away? Or Eric Holder and Al Sharpton who willfully and intentionally pit 2 ethnic groups against each other, ramp up hate and cause destruction, chaos and violence all over the country?

The question is rhetorical and the answer is obvious. All Charles Manson did was convince others to do his bidding. And he got life in prison.

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