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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaDynasty View Post
    Is that when Browns supposed to turn and run at the cop?
    Yes.

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    He's right excluding the comment regarding MLK. MLK paved the way for successful black of today. It's up to us to decide if we want to progress and grow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5th state View Post


    noel are you taping baby are you taping?
    ODB fuckin SNAPPED on that shit

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    Dumb protestors tried to block holiday traffic




    http://www.kmov.com/special-coverage...273482891.html
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    Meanwhile, in Detroit, two teenagers were killed over the weekend. A 22 year - old was pistol whipped and is now in critical condition.

    Two lives ended. Protest about that or the crap that's occurring in your owned darn communities!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IrOnMaN View Post
    Meanwhile, in Detroit, two teenagers were killed over the weekend. A 22 year - old was pistol whipped and is now in critical condition.

    Two lives ended. Protest about that or the crap that's occurring in your owned darn communities!
    Protest about two kids being killed by some unidentified murderers? What goods that going to do? Unless you want to protest society as a whole for allowing poor uneducated neighbourhoods where criminal culture is the MO. Good luck with that.

    At least the protesting (despite the thread title, most of it was not rioting) about institutionalized, life taking racism in US policing might actually catch the attention of somebody in a position to make changes.

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    sha, do you watch a lot of Jesse Jackson speeches?
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    Quote Originally Posted by check two View Post
    sha, do you watch a lot of Jesse Jackson speeches?
    I'm just trying to be logical.

    They killed all the 'black leaders' that were actually serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5th state View Post


    noel are you taping baby are you taping?
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    FERGUSON, MISSOURI - Missouri authorities are drawing up contingency plans and seeking intelligence from U.S. police departments on out-of-state agitators, fearing that fresh riots could erupt if a grand jury does not indict a white officer for killing a black teen.


    The plans are being thrashed out in meetings being held two to three times a week, according to people who have attended them. The FBI said it was also involved in the discussions.


    Details of the meetings and intelligence sharing by Missouri police agencies and their counterparts in other parts of the country have not been reported before.


    The grand jury is expected to decide next month whether to bring criminal charges against police officer Darren Wilson, who shot dead Michael Brown, 18, on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Missouri.


    In differing accounts, police have said Brown struggled with Wilson before the fatal shots were fired. But some witnesses say Brown held up his hands and was surrendering when he was shot multiple times in the head and chest.


    If charges are not brought against Wilson, police fear an outbreak of violence not just in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, but across the greater metropolitan area and even in other U.S. cities, according to St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar and others involved in the planning meetings.


    James Knowles, the Ferguson mayor who has been attending the meetings, told Reuters the fear is that if violence is triggered by the grand jury decision, "the unrest is going to be far beyond the city of Ferguson."


    Brown's killing sparked days of protests in Ferguson in August and looting that caused millions of dollars of property damage. Police were sharply criticized for what was seen as a heavy handed response to the protests, firing tear gas and arresting hundreds of people.


    Protestors and civil rights groups say Brown's death is part of a national epidemic in which a disproportionately high number of unarmed black men are fatally shot by white police officers, an allegation police deny.


    Missouri law enforcement officials have been in contact with police chiefs in Los Angeles, New York, Florida and Cincinnati, Ohio as they prepare for the grand jury decision, Belmar said.


    Of the 227 people arrested between Aug. 10 and Sept. 9 in connection with protests over Brown's death, 36 were from outside Missouri, including seven from New York, 12 from Illinois and five from California, according to arrest records provided by the St. Louis county police.


    "We know outside groups visited us in August. We are expecting that different people will come in from outside the St. Louis area," if the grand jury decides not to indict Wilson, Belmar said.


    One focus of the meetings has been on how to respond in the event of riots, the police chief said. Police faced a public backlash when they initially deployed armored carriers and carried military-style assault rifles after Brown's shooting.


    Representatives of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, St. Louis County Police, St. Louis city police and Ferguson police have been attending the meetings, Belmar said. The top FBI official in St Louis, Agent William Woods, attended a strategy meeting last week, said St Louis FBI spokeswoman Rebecca Wu.


    Plans have not been finalized. It was announced last week that the St. Louis County Police will take the lead from the tiny Ferguson force in patrolling the city's streets.


    SIMMERING ANGER
    The contingency planning comes as black and white residents of Ferguson, a city fraught with racial tensions and simmering anger after Brown's death, brace for the grand jury decision.


    The nine white and three black jurors have heard evidence from dozens of witnesses, including Wilson, who has been under police protection at an undisclosed location since the shooting, said Bob McCulloch, the chief St. Louis county prosecutor overseeing the grand jury proceedings.


    Police and elected officials are meeting regularly with multi-racial citizen groups in a bid to improve community relations, tackle concerns about police discrimination, and avoid the turmoil that followed Brown's shooting. Civil unrest is still the "worst case scenario", Knowles said.


    Yet on the ground, many African Americans in Ferguson have little faith in the grand jury process and expect Wilson will not be charged. It is rare for a U.S. police officer to face criminal charges after shooting a citizen in the line of duty.


    "I do believe if Darren Wilson is not indicted you will see a lot of carnage ... There is a lot of explosive energy," said Tef Poe, one of the protest leaders, sitting in a makeshift office close to where Brown was shot. On a wall sits an array of "to do" notes, top of which reads: "Find Darren Wilson".


    Poe, a rapper, was born and raised in St. Louis. His real name is Kareem Jackson.


    Protesters continue to demonstrate outside Ferguson police station each night, and are still frequently arrested. They say they are victims of intimidation and harassment by officers.


    The St. Louis County police said until they took charge of security on Friday, arrests were the responsibility of Ferguson police and referred calls the Ferguson police department. Ferguson police did not respond to requests for comment.


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    Once the fresh rioting starts then they will add a little ebola into the mix

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    Is the opera going to be next to be protested at?
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    Ruh roh, StL police shot and killed someone tonight

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    It was probably a bad decision to shoot at the police
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