Ferguson Police Shoot and Kill Another Unarmed Black Teenager in Cold Blood, Refuse to Identify Name of Shooter

United States Hypocrisy

Michael Brown's stepfather holds a sign which reads, "Ferguson Police Just Executed My Unarmed Son!!!" Michael Brown’s stepfather holds a sign which reads, “Ferguson Police Just Executed My Unarmed Son!!!”

As she was driving home to her apartment Saturday afternoon, Desiree Harris of Ferguson, Missouri passed by her grandson who was nearing her place for a visit. As was parking her car, however, she was suddenly alarmed at what appeared to be the sound of several gunshot ringing out. She quickly ran to see what was going on, but nothing could have prepared her for what she was about to see: her 18 year-old grandson’s body lying in a pool of blood in the middle of the street. “What happened?!,” Harris demanded to know of a nearby police officer. But he would give her no answer. It was approximately 2:15 P.M. Saturday, August 9 when Michael Brown’s life was tragically ended by multiple bullet wounds in his body, and as of 2:15 A.M. there remained…

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3 comments on “Ferguson Police Shoot and Kill Another Unarmed Black Teenager in Cold Blood, Refuse to Identify Name of Shooter

  1. This problem has been epidemic for decades in larger cities – and only recently has there been any kind of pushback. When I lived in Seattle I worked on the hotline and helped organize protests for 8 years for Mothers Against Police harassment. Our demand was for a Civilian Review Board independent of the police. Seattle still hasn’t got that, but we did get rid of a few police chiefs, as well as enacting a requirement that patrol cars video all traffic stops.

    Also the city recently settled a high profile police brutality lawsuit – but you aren’t like to know about it unless you follow Al Jazeera: http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2013/8/11/seattle-settles-policebrutalitylawsuitwithmentallyillmansfamily.html

  2. This is what open season looks like.

  3. The picture of the (step)father holding up the sign, told me the whole story. I will not dive into this one either. It is important that we take notice, but something else is working in the background. Pushing…

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