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Americans Rally Across the Country After Ferguson Decision

Thousands of people rallied late Monday in U.S. cities including Los Angeles and New York to passionately but peacefully protest a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer who killed a black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Missouri.

They led marches, waved signs and shouted chants of "hands up, don't shoot," the refrain that has become a rallying cry in protests over police killings across the country.

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    The most disruptive demonstrations were in St. Louis and Oakland, California, where protesters flooded the lanes of freeways, milling about stopped cars with their hands raised in the air.  

Activists had been planning to protest even before the nighttime announcement that Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

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Re: Americans Rally Across the Country After Ferguson Decision
« Reply #1 on: 25 November 2014 at 10:57 »
http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/world/ferguson-grand-jury-rules-police-officer-darren-wilson-will-not-be-charged-over-shooting-of-michael-brown/story-fnjbobed-1227133720939

UPDATE: PROTESTS have erupted across the US after a grand jury ruled that the white police officer who shot Michael Brown in Ferguson will not be charged over the unarmed black teen’s death. 
 
The jury’s ruling that there was “no probable cause” to indict Darren Wilson over Brown’s shooting death in the St Louis suburb has caused shock, disbelief and inflamed already simmering racial tensions.

A University City police officer was shot in the arm during the violent protests which saw the town ablaze with fires.

The shooting happened at Canton Avenue and Lamb Avenue and the officer was taken to an area hospital.

The officer is expected to be okay and police are looking for the suspect.

Police made 29 arrests amid the protests and violence, St. Louis County Police said. The police chief, Jon Belmar, said he heard at least 150 gunshots, but authorities said police did not fire at anyone and to his knowledge, police have not caused any serious injuries.

Entire rows of businesses are on fire, including on West Florissant Avenue, a major street in Ferguson. Because there are so many fires and due to gunshots firefighters haven’t been able to reach all of the sites, CNN’s Sara Sidner said.

Rows of cars at a car dealership have also been set ablaze in the nearby city of Dellwood and various police cars have been set on fire.



WELL! BRAVO NIGGERS! DESTROY YOUR OWN NEIGHBOURHOOD!

Well diversity is good! diversity is strength, Diversity is what makes everything so peaceful?! The niggers know race is real and it matters ! The only people who refuse to believe that is the white politically correct people!

When all is said and done , passports and documents don't matter your skin is your uniform!


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Re: Americans Rally Across the Country After Ferguson Decision
« Reply #3 on: 25 November 2014 at 22:48 »
Look at How Many #Ferguson Area Business Were Looted Last Night, Plus Two Heartbreaking Images

You might remember the Ferguson Market from this now iconic image taken from a surveillance camera just before Michael Brown attacked Officer Darren Wilson:
The picture below is of Natalie DuBose’s owner of Cakes and More. Her business was completely destroyed by looters:

Here’s a long list of businesses in the Ferguson area that were either looted or burned last night:

St.Louis Fish & Chicken Grill
 Family Dollar
 Dollar TreeO’Reilly’s Auto Parts
 Beauty Mart
 A.J. & R. Pawn Shop
 Walgreens
 FedEx
 Cakes and More [Natalie DuBose’s store]
 JC Wireless
 AT&T
 STL Bread Company
 Conoco
 Auto Buy Credit
 Phillips 66
 McDonald’s
 Red’s Barbecue
 Taco Bell
 CVS
 Beauty Town
Little Caesar’s
 Ferguson Liquor
 Public Storage
 Sam’s Meat Market
 Medicine Shop
 Commerce Bank
 Auto Zone
 Toys R Us
 Amoco
 Quiznos
 Dellwood Market
 Chop Suey restaurant
 TitleMax
 Antonio French’s Heal Stl Community Center
http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/us/look-at-how-many-ferguson-area-business-were-looted-last-night-plus-two-heartbreaking-images

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Re: Americans Rally Across the Country After Ferguson Decision
« Reply #4 on: 25 November 2014 at 23:10 »
http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/world/ferguson-protests-mans-body-found-shot-dead-in-car-in-what-may-be-first-ferguson-death/story-fnjbobed-1227135014879

The body of a 20-year-old man was found “shot dead” in a car in Ferguson, in what may be the first fatality from the unrest that rocked the United States.

Police found the body of the man inside a burnt-out car overnight. The victim, DeAndre Joshua, was found just metres from where Brown was shot, with his grandmother Renita Towns telling the Daily Mail that “somebody killed him.”
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon called the National Guard to Ferguson on August 9 after public unrest flared as the body of Brown lay in the middle of a street for up to four hours after the shooting. Several days of tense protests, violence and looting in the predominantly black community followed.

The shooting was investigated by a grand jury made up of nine white people and three black people. After meeting on 25 days over three months, and heard more than 70 hours of testimony from 60 witnesses, the jury found Officer Wilson was not culpable for Brown’s death. St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch held a 45-minute prime-time news conference yesterday to reveal the decision, and described inconsistent witness accounts. He never mentioned that Brown was unarmed when he was killed.
Thousands waiting in the streets of Ferguson and in other major US cities yesterday responded with shouts of anger.

In Ferguson, some began throwing objects at police, and soon began to smash windows and set fire to businesses and cars. Authorities lobbed tear gas to disperse the crowd. When daylight broke, about a dozen businesses had been severely damaged or destroyed along a stretch of West Florissant Avenue in the north St. Louis suburb. Sixty-one people were arrested in Ferguson and 21 were arrested in the Shaw neighborhood of St. Louis, while 18 people had protest-related injuries.

Officer Wilson remains on ‘administrative leave’, pending the outcome of an internal police investigation.

Echoes across the US


The Ferguson decision echoed right around the US, all the way to New York, where protesters took to the streets and blocked three city bridges, according to The New York Post.

One demonstrator hurled blood-red paint that hit the city Police Commissioner, William Bratton, splattering his face.


About time Everyone take the opportunity to round these jigs up and take them to have a "nice hot shower"!



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