Riots Break Out in St. Louis after Cops Shoot and Kill Unarmed Teen

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The headline from today’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Two days ago, a so far unnamed police officer in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson shot and killed an unarmed, 18-year-old black teen named Michael Brown. Reportedly the officer and his department have not released an official reason for shooting the teen multiple times and killing him. They’re probably working that up now.

In the meantime, what started as hundreds of residents marching and protesting in the streets with chants of “no justice, no peace,” “stop police terrorism,” and “disarm the police” quickly broke down into full-on riots. People trashed police cars, smashed storefront windows and looted en masse in what 34-year police veteran Ed Kuntz said is, “The first time I can remember this ever happening here”.

A gas station was even burned to the ground, and SWAT and riot squads in armored vehicles responded to the scene.

This article in The Gateway Pundit includes a lengthy list of Tweets, video clips and photographs of the destruction.

The FBI has vowed to investigate. Anonymous reportedly hacked Ferguson’s computers. Of course, former FBI informant Rev. Al Sharpton is about to show up and whip things into a further frenzy, as he normally does with any story he can use to race bait and further inflame national tensions.

He’s in good company. The media is already likening this case to the highly publicized and politicized Trayvon Martin case.

This is set to be the next weapon of mass distraction to keep people from focusing too long on any one of the larger crises the military-industrial complex is busy perpetrating all over the globe right now.

They change crises like a normal person changes outfits. They don’t want people to focus on Israel and Gaza, or the fact that Obama has now ordered a lengthy Iraq bombing campaign that they’ll refer to as anything but “war,” or how they’re trying really hard to get the Cold War with Russia to go hot through Ukraine (all ultimately over gas and oil resources, of course). They even got tired of scaring everyone with the much hyped Ebola threat.

So now the 24/7 news cycle is about to numb people’s critical thinking skills with this…and likely more calls for gun control (somehow, if they can work it in).

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  • Hi kids ! How’s the weather in MO? Gas is relatively cheap. Are bullets available and cheap also?

    • americuh

      The weather: Mo was hit by a ghettonado.

      • DaWalrus

        I hear this is a bad time of year for Ghettonados. Prepare yourselves one may be coming to a neighborhood near you.

  • Dan

    All Law Enforcement should be required to wear lapel cameras. There wouldn’t be any unanswered questions if there was video footage.

    • disqus_3BrONUAJno

      Who would be the keeper of the video? In order to insure accuracy and veracity, their cameras should provide continous live streams to mirrorable internet sites. Those who are continuously subject to monitoring are more likely to behave lawfully than those who aren’t.

  • disqus_3BrONUAJno

    What happened to the early reports that the kid had attacked the cop in his car and attempted to get his gun before he raised his hands?
    That wouldn’t justify the murder, but it may have instigated defense actions by the officer that could easily have escalated toward an asymmetrical response from him.

    • OldPoorRichard

      The cop fired eight rounds. One in self-defense and then seven more with murderous intent.

      • DaWalrus

        oldpoorrichard. it sounds like you were in the car with them. I am glad you gave the true account. Speculation and rumors are not truth. unless you were there dont act like you were please. It makes you sound silly.

      • disqus_3BrONUAJno

        I don’t know what you were taught in self defense training, but I was taught to keep shooting until I ran out of bullets, and then assess the situation while reloading.

        • pinhid

          Is that what they taught you in the police academy? I thought it was more along the lines of, you can repel force with like force.

          Good luck with your civil suit after you unload a magazine into someone. Something they may not have mentioned in your self defense class.

  • DaWalrus

    So in your eyes people looting and burning personal property of others ans demolishing homes and businesses is justified. I think protesting the police if they were at fault should be done for sure, are you volunteering your house to be burned in that protest? Protest is one thing. stealing and damaging others personal property has nothing to do with protest. That makes you no better that the criminal acts you are “protesting” against.

    • Hal

      No justice, no peace, motherfuckers.

  • ok, set DOWN the Crack pipe, and step away from the computer.