Cop Calls Ferguson Protesters ‘F***ing Animals’, Says ‘Bring it On’

Cassius Methyl | The Anti Media

This weekend, the shooting of Michael Brown in the North St. Louis Area of Ferguson ignited already long present tensions existing between the people of St. Louis and the police. Image credit: Dianne Wallace Booker

The mainstream media of course is focusing on the people who have taken the opportunity to do destructive things, such as loot and engage in riot behavior, yet the real fire behind this is clearly the long term abuse of the American people by the government and their protectors, the police.

In the midst of this chaotic unleashing of rage naturally brought on by oppression, one police officer was caught on video calling the protestors upset at the execution of the unarmed teen ‘Fucking Animals’.

The cop also told the protestors to ‘bring it’; an extremely gross, unsympathetic, one sided dare aimed at the oppressed. The cop was caught on film. The audio of the incident is posted below or you can watch the whole video here.

His exact words were “Bring it, all you fucking animals! Bring it!” What more can be said here? Here’s a simple, straightforward window into the attitude of cops. Good police these days quit the force because they are unable to do good under the strict guidelines of the law; they must prosecute people for victimless crimes or be fired. Therefore, the good cops are now weeded out unless they commit immoral acts of incarcerating peaceful people. If you are reading this, it’s highly likely that you already know all of this.

However, if you would like to participate in the paradigm shift, please share this with absolutely as many people that are unaware of this as possible.

Please share this specifically with people who are not frequently exposed to these events, and people who try to justify the existence of the police in their current form.

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Author: Cassius Methyl

Cassius Methyl is a Writer, Activist for Voluntaryism, Experimental Musician / Artist, and the founder of Irrelevant Paradigm Media. His musical projects include Core of a Virus and Corporate Concrete Portals, and they can be found soon on the website-in-progress Irrelevant Paradigm Media. Irrelevant Paradigm Media can be found here on Facebook before the website is up- facebook.com/irrelevantparadigmmedia

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  1. Destroying private property and looting is a serious problem, their cause just went out the window in not dealing with the police, but damaging citizen's livelihood.

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  2. there are always the ones who see opportunities like this to gain for themselves instead of fighting back against oppression and gaining as a people

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  3. The cause didn't go out the window. Some credibility? maybe. The likelihood of many apathetic people paying attention to the root problem? Very probable. The chance that most people who have turned a blind eye to the fact that police commit acts of aggression and injustice against undeserving people EVERY SIMGLE DAY. For sure, but to be honest, most of them won't look until their eyes are swollen shut by an aggressive prick with a badge anyway, and by then its really too late for their voices to carry weight either, because everybody knows they must've done SOMETHING wrong, right Art?

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  4. Because nothing says "social justice" like looting a Quik Trip and burning it to the ground. Do cops act out? Sure… But when I see these animals acting like this it makes me want MORE cops.

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  5. Surround the police department with protestors. Demand serious changes in laws, police authority and acceptable tactics. Until then refuse to allow anyone to enter or exit. Simple. Oh and do it armed!

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  6. Everyone needs to remember WHAT STARTED THE PROTEST in action. It wasn't the looters, peaceful protesters, or anyone else. IT WAS THE COP THAT SHOT AN UNARMED YOUNG MAN! Whatever the cops say is mute. They are trying to divert attention away from themselves and the chaos THEY started.

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  7. Don Wall but in the eyes of the media and anyone who believes the stories they spew, once they show the few looters out of the hundreds of peaceful protesters they all become the violent protesters just trying to say fuck the police for a laugh instead of them being proud people against the unlawful murder of a black teen and all racialy discriminated murders by the police

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  8. anarchy is a very natural thing. what happens when you have something wrong with your health ? it throws your entire body off balance. same thing that's happening in this incident.

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  9. For all of you, I suggest going to Ferguson and see how you vent your frustration while facing a cry antagonistic army. Do I agree with the looting at all, not one bit. However I am not a resident of this town who has likely been harrassed, or watched thugs harass friends, neighbors and family members for years, and is now witnessing their neighborhoods be placed under siege by those same thugs and many of their adrenaline junkie buddies. Unless you are going to go stand with them, and be a guiding voice of reason, maybe its best to hold on to the worst of your judgements.

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  10. blacks never miss a chance to demonstrate they have no place in a civilized society !

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  11. Gavin, I don't disagree, but I don't know if I would react rationally if my desire to have my voice heard was responded to by having a line of armed men threaten and taunt me. I don't think anyone commenting knows what their response would be. I hope myself and my neighbors would be far more rational and effective, bit its hard for me to say with any real honesty from my couch.

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  12. I say f*** this one sided post. Cops have a very hard job already just pulling over a speeding car not knowing if the driver is going to kill him. Ya looting will show the police just how law abiding you are. The oppressed are to da** lazy to get a real job, speak correctly, take care of their kids, or dress decently. The " oppressed" act like a bunch of cave men then blame the white government for where they are in life yet they are on food stamps and ssi. Wow he called them animals, big deal. Put your self in a cops shoes or the property owners before you run you mouth.

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  13. I will stand with them. Tall and proud. We are the people and Mike was US.

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  14. And the unarmed man the cop shot was trying to steal the cops gun from his holster. Do your research

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  15. yes there were some people looting its gonna happen but it only looked like handful vs all the people out there, Those people were standing up to what they believe was an unjust killing, and because they will not follow police orders the police are pissed……..too bad police, deal with it or stop your Hitler like tactics

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  16. He was actually 35 feet from the officer with his hands in the air when he was shot. If I was you I'd shit the fuck up.

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  17. They should "Bring it On" with weapons of their own , I bet if more citizens have guns and sticks and out number them , i bet you see their Candy Asses runnin

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  18. Thug cops sick just sick

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  19. This is a crazy world each day I wake someone else has been hurt,killed why? the law is not protect and serve any more they scare people using law to back them we as people that pay the law from our pay check treats people like their above any law I agree that what started all this now focus on the chaos when they just want more cops held accountable for their actions not quick to stop people and pull their guns listen to people before passing judgement.( we all want cops to have alot more compassion for people no one is a animal which I just hear that on tv a cop said they were animals how wrong there is alot good people here I get judge by my tat's and makes me feel uneasy while driving around.( need alot more respect on their side alot.)

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  20. Well that depends on what part of the story and what witness you believe. Do you really think a cop will just shoot a man that far away for no reason.

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  21. With his hands in the air ?? Trying to steal his gun from 35 feet away ?? C'mon man , whats he Stretch fuckin Armstrong ?? Another one talking out of his ass !!

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  22. cops have a easy job – they are underworked and overpaid

    stop being a crybaby

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  23. Randal L. Prowse Lol it's happened before my own eyes. Are you really that brainwashed by mainstream media? When you look at a cop do you see something OTHER then just another "human"?? So in other words.. just because it's a "cop" that means he or she will not EVER do anything illegal? Where have you been the living your entire life, Under a rock?

    I highly recommend you check out this facebook page Cop Block and do some research because cops in the US are getting out of control and too many innocent people are dying.

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  24. cops lie – always

    witnesses say innocent American was murdersd in cold blood with his hands up

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  25. Are you that stupid? They murdered that kid. The crowd might be animals, but they are not killers. I wish they were, be a few pigs in costume dead.

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  26. Randal look up statistics on how many pigs per capita are killed on duty. Farmer is listed as a more dangerous job than police officer, and air traffic control is listed as more stressful. Know of that which you speak before YOU run YOUR mouth.

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  27. "Their" cause…? First fail!! "Looting is a serious problem"? Second fail!! What you need to know is this is "OUR" cause, EVERY citizen!! Lastly the loss of a human being is FAR MORE IMPORTANT than the loss of some property which the insurance company SHOULD pay for

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  28. So your telling me the cop just got out of his car aimed his gun and the shot this guy. There are several versions of what happened. The most believable is this. Cop confronts 2 people, as he steps out of his car he is attacked by them. They try to get his gun but cop is able to win the fight over it. The guy 35 ft away is not the one shot. It's the other guy that tries to continue fighting the cop.

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  29. moot. If it was mute it wouldn't have been said.

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  30. So is calling citizens facing years of injustie from police animals, Barclay. I would honestly say calling you an idiot a generous characterization of your attitude toward your fellow citizens.

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  31. Ron Coleman i think he did mean "the" cause and looting is a serious problem especially to the present protesters because it allows sources like the mainstream media to portray all of non violent protesters as violent thieves who only want to cause damage and hurt the good ol boys in blue. but your right it is our cause wether we want to be apart of it or not. and i just want to say, FUCK THE POLICE

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  32. Don Wall I have been to several police protests. Not once was I consumed with the animal-like urge to burn down a Quik Trip.

    "The best way to achieve freedom and equality is to loot and burn convenience stores."
    ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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  33. Sorry Randal, we were all quite unaware of your eyewitness status. So which other statement from the pig was true; the initial claim that he told the to exit the street, which the man with the victim backs, or that they had stem either gum or cigarettes from a nearby convenience store? you do realise that costume does not prevent lying, rigjt?

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  34. thank you…. thank you so much we need it….

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  35. Its my firm belief, it wasnt the township that looted. Didnt you hear the news reports? People came from other County's, to join the protests. Over the course of the day, even tho the protests were polite and peaceful, the cops militarized armored cars and gas, just by mid-day. By the evening time, things began to escalate. What bothers me is, once the police initially mobilized, they already had gas masks, riot shields, batons, vests and ballistic helmets (that couldnt even fit over the gas masks). At the very onset of the protests, infact.

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  36. Only because it doesn't affect you! When they start excecuting little white boys you will NEVER UNDERSTAND!!!

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  37. Barclay there is a big difference between being at a protest in order to see the sights, and being a citizen of a small to that has been subjected to contencious antagonistic policing for years, then having that town flooded by blood thirsty cops from the surrounding areas to silence you for voicing a demand for justice in return for the murder of one of your unarmed neighbor. Then to have those same thugs taunt you as they stand armed, shoulder to shoulder, with trained dogs barking and snarling. Now imagine that you are a black man, and so are most of your neighbors, while the murderer, those who have been harassing you for most of your life, and most of those now standing before you in a very threatening show of force are white. Imagine you are not safely in your home far from this, but in the middle of it, and do it in an honest way. Do you know how you would deal with it? If you say you would be calm, rational,and logical, I know you have no idea what it is like to be angry, frightened and confused. You are speaking "from the side of your neck".

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  38. Nothing like an empty headed moron jumping into a pertinent conversation with nothing to say. I heard there is a really important arguement about Tony Stewart going on. You should find it.

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  39. People are going to start taking pot shots at them dirty pigs. And they to stupid to think for themselves, all they are is puppets.

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  40. Don Wall The saddest part about all of this is that black people slaughter each other wholesale everyday in urban areas, but a black persons lijfe only becomes valuable when (A) they are killed by a white person, or (B) when they are killed by a police officer. All the other dead black kids are useless because they can not be exploited by the modern Social Justice Warrior or washed up relics from the 1960's who think it's still Jim Crow. It would almost be comical were it not so plainly pathetic.

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  41. Al Dru Gage Racial Profiling exists for a reason – it works. The Israeli's use it at their airport and theirs is the safest in the world. You two are like the same old, tired, broken record. "These youths were merely lashing out at an unfair system of white privilege and oppression! We need more taxpayer-funded social programs in order to give these youths a better shot at life!" Seriously….. Just stop….. People are waking up and seeing this rhetoric for what it actually is – pure garbage.

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  42. My cousin was 1 of those. He worked for the L.A. Sheriff and Riverside Sheriff department. In both accounts he has seen and pressurized to do things he did not swear in regards to up hold the law.
    Since he chose not to participate in the activities in both departments that would be against the law to you and I they turned him from not advancing him to systematically writing him up in any way to hopefully eliminate

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  43. Cops lie. Never believe a cop

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  44. COPS HATE BLACK PEOPLE. THE SYSTEM HATES BLACK PEOPLE. COPS THINK THAT BLACK PEOPLE ARE COCKROACHES OF SOCIETY. BLACK COPS HAVE STOCKHOLM SYNDROME AND IGNORE THE FACT THAT THEIR BLACK PEOPLE ARE BEING ABUSED AND MURDERED LIKE RABID DOGS IN THE STREET. BLACK PEOPLE NEED TO TAKE THINGS TO A DEGREE THAT WILL SHOCK THE HUMAN RACE! ONLY THEN WILL ACCOUNTABILITY EVEN THINK ABOUT BECOMING A REALITY.

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  45. Until the guns are waived in your direction. Say what you want from behind the computer screen… It's always people on the sidelines saying what should and shouldn't happen…

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  46. Damn shame… You talking all this crap on this thread; do you know your page is visible??!! Good for you but not for us huh? See you on the front lines coward!!

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  47. Al Dru Gage I have had my door kicked in and had a .40 cal Glock pointed at my head while sprawled out on my living room floor. Black people do not have the market cornered when it comes to cops screwing with you. Rioters should – and WILL – be dealt with accordingly.

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  48. Al Dru Gage You are welcome anytime brother. Just remember the door is locked for your protection, not mine.

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  49. I'll protect myself sir.. This was not a threat to you; although I know you feel threatened! Just pointing out how hypocritical you sound when you put it on the line about what you would do to protect yourself, but insist that others follows directives. Do you think special rules apply for you but no one else?

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  50. Al Dru Gage Nope. Nothing special here. Just think there are better ways of getting your point across that looting and burning a Quik Trip. It actually takes the focus off the dead kid and focuses it on a bunch of fools looting stores.

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  51. Check the feed! This whole section has become about the looting by persons like yourself. What does ANYTHING you've stated have to do with the above topic??? You're the ones redirecting the focus on what STARTED the looting. I'm sure the insurance claims are already in and these stores WILL be rebuilt. What about the abuse and the killings by the cowards behind the badges? That's what this SHOULD be about

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  52. Nobody knows exactly what happened, and the fact that testimony indicting the police officer is wildly contradictory further highlights this. To call it an 'execution' is extremely biased. The fact that he was unarmed is not the silver bullet in your argument that you seem to think it is.
    Until a proper investigation is carried out, you should really stop trying to defend a bunch of violent lunatics attacking the bodies, homes and businesses of innocent people.

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  53. great idea, then the national guard will be called and you can all get shot.

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  54. Great, then the national guard will shoot them.

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  55. "The saddest part about all of this is that black people slaughter each other wholesale everyday in urban areas, but a black persons lijfe only becomes valuable when (A) they are killed by a white person, or (B) when they are killed by a police officer."

    What a BS rationalization. I see people in my area up in arms over the police killing white people. You know why? They want to know that there was no other alternative. They want to know that the people they pay to protect them FROM violence aren't the ones bringing it to them.

    As far as "animals" and looting, what do you call the white people who rioted and looted after their hockey team lost the Stanley Cup? At least when black people act out it's over social injustice.

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  56. Al Dru Gage No proof anyone here was executed.

    Mind you, black on white murders are far more common than white on black murders, but you don't see white people chimping out about it.

    funny how black people paint themselves as victims despite committing more aggression in the first place.

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  57. I don't know man, if I thought that the cops had it out for me I would be extra careful not to commit crimes. Instead, black people commit more violent crime than other race.

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  58. because witnesses never lie

    because black people would ever accept that a black person could ever do anything wrong. Blame everyone but ourselves.

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  59. Brett Sylvester It is legal for citizens to arm themselves against forced tyranny within the USA. It's part of the second amendment. It's called a people's militia and it is completely legal. On the other hand. Go ahead and shoot. This will only escalate the issue and expand it in size. Since the problem of police corruption is country wide and rampant perhaps we can get real change everywhere. Remember the government only exists because the people choose to give it power. At this point anything less than the resignation of the entire police force in Ferguson as well as investigations into laying charges is unacceptable. The people are sick of the bullshit. Sick of the tyranny. Sick of the murder of innocent people by criminals wearing a badge. Sick of stupid laws and those that choose to enforce them. Police are supposed to be servants of the people. To protect the people. Not instruments to criminalize and oppress the people.

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  60. This is going to get out of hand very soon if the police don't back away from these "tactics". Urging an angry mob, that outnumbers you 10-to-1, to "bring it"? Are you freaking stupid, man? I have a strong feeling that shots will be fired in the near future, from both sides.

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  61. "Chimping out about it." I'll bet you also say that you aren't racist.

    The kid was running away, unarmed, and shot in the back. That doesn't really seem like a legally justifiable use of lethal force.

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  62. Brett Sylvester Then people shoot back , got 80 million gun owners with an estimated 300 million guns in this Country , they have about 4 million total, do the math, they are out numbered

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  63. Sure there is proof! Plenty of eyewitnesses. The problem is their statements will never be heard for a reason. People like you don't want to hear the TRUTH!
    And when was the last time you heard about a black cop shooting an unarmed white kid? Please, blacks don't shoot up schools; movie theaters; shoot up office buildings and post offices!! As ignorant as your statement sounds, I won't begin to debate who dies more at the hands of persons who have been appointed to serve and protect EVERYONE!!

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  64. Guess its good to know that the cops don't have it out for YOU

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  65. As an auto mechanic, my job on numerous polls was found to be more dangerous than a police officer. They hide behind "i dont know if im going to get shot at any time". Thats a crock of shit. i have a better chance of a car falling off a lift and killing me, than they do of getting shot. And i dont even worry at all about cars falling off lifts. They do not have dangerous jobs. In fact, even street sweeper beat them in most dangerous jobs.

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  66. Someone close to the scene needs to these people to at least stop stealing from private businesses and destroying the city…hit Walmart if need be…but don't hurt ourselves. What's going on there could lead to nationwide support. If I were there I'd certainly stand with people. But do it in the right way. If you're one of those good cops, start arresting those bad ones…nows the time to Stand up!

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  67. those businesses are not owned by community members

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  68. Is this a joke? THEY didn't start the looting. A few individuals wanting to take advantage of the situation did. Michael Brown, as stated by his family, wouldn't want violence for this. HE wouldn't want his friends, family, and community members to burn down a gas station. How about we hold people accountable for their actions. Everyone, not just the cops; not just the citizens.

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  69. Don Wall, I agree with this completely. Even a one of the police, I would have a hard time not responding. I realize the comment was way over the top, and I realize that not everyone is taunting the cops. It's just really difficult to say what I would do as a person on either side.

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  70. Why is it automatically going to happen? How are you ok with that outlook? I do agree it was a small group of people compared to the large number of people peacefully protesting. I feel proud for those people, but I also feel shame for the looters.

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  71. thank you I agree with you Reba, this is just the beginning, soon we will start shooting pigs in the street that kill innocent people with not justification as to why a weapon was drawn in the first place

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  72. Ross Cook All the chief needs to do is charge the officer for murder and the crowd will vanish instantly

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  73. Barclay Hinson Rioters actually created the United States of America if you think about it, ever hear of the American Revolution? Or did you not pass first grade?

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  74. I'm trying to put my self in a cops shoes, but I am having some trouble.. Damn I wish I could… if only I was a sociopath and didn't get higher than C's in high school.

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  75. Paul Kafrickdafish Puh-leeeze…. Did you REALLY just compare the Founding Fathers to a bunch of morons who looted and torched a Quik Trip? We are dealing with a different type of subject here. Cut off their EBT and unplug their X-Box and they will lose the heart for the fight very quickly, trust me. The American Revolutionaries were against the idea of state control. Right after these people finished looting this Quik Trip they went right back to their GOVERNMENT housing, to fill their bellies with food provided by the GOVERNMENT. These aren't "anti-government revolutionaries" – they are spoiled GOVERNMENT wards of the STATE drunk on rage and the entitlement mentality. They don't want freedom from the STATE, they want more free shit and an excuse to act like maniacs. Hell, the only reason most of them are even alive is because taxpayers financed their mothers to pop them out, then continue to raise them through childhood with Section 8 and EBT, then care for them into adulthood inside the prison system. They are GOVERNMENT parasites from the cradle to the grave. Without sucking the government teat 90% of these people wouldn't even be alive right now. I live in a rural area, and trust me, people here are literally praying for these maniac wards of the state to torch their urban hellholes and move outward into the rural areas so the turkey shoot can begin. I can assure you that rural, hearty, self-sustaining America is much more akin to the Boston Tea Party "rioters" than a bunch of crazed thugs torching a Quik Trip so they can loot cigarettes and beer. These people are the worst kind of hypocrite. They claim to hate government but wouldn't be able to live more than a week without the handouts they receive from it. Your comparison is not only laughable – it's insulting. Spare those of us with any amount of historical knowledge the indignity of another ludicrous comparison like the one contained in your previous post.

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  76. Barclay Hinson Completely not what I said. I'm not defending the random looters, I'm not talking about the them at all actually …. but ok I see how you need to change the focus to drive the point home you really are so brilliant. I am talking about the protesters who are rightfully enraged by the fact someone murdered an unarmed teenager and got away with it because of their occupation. For someone who just wrote an oh so passionate essay about injustice and violence you seem to not give a shit about the innocent life that was taken for no reason and instead focus on the scumbags taking advantage of a tragic situation. My issue is that the actual protestors are being labeled animals due to the scumbag looters by the police, you know the ones who actually sparked the violence in the first place?

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  77. Brett Sylvester the national guard? LOL the american public would over take them with no problems if it ever came to that, most of the guard wouldnt fire on their own citizens to begin with

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  78. As dumb as this is going to sound (because there are multiple eyewitness accounts), the chief needs to be able to prove the cop committed murder. It's an understanding thing. I don't agree with it, but the cops agree with the cops and the civilians agree with the civilians. This a generalization. It's two separate "communities" right now. Instead of one community made of everyone, it is a community of cops (commonly called a brotherhood) and the community itself. They should all see each other as neighbors. What this long ramble is really about is community. They need community. Since they don't have it, the chief, probably the entire brotherhood, has the back of the officer and the community has the back of Michael.

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  79. I don't agree with the destruction and looting of private property. Had these people burnt down the police department, looted the court house and demolished city hall, You would have had my blessings. Direct the anger at the authorities who deserve it not private property and citizens. Burning and looting fellow citizens is just stupid.

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  80. The police were not attacking the looters they went after the peaceful protesters

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  81. america as a country is on a knife point…. looks like civil war more and more every day

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  82. Al Dru Gage Barclay is a paid antagonist. Pay him no attention – he is PAID to do what he is doing.

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  83. Brigham Smith There's that old saying, you are gonna break a few eggs in order to make a good omelette. That definitely applies here. If the police or national guard were to open fire on the masses, then this definitely would escalate nationally and very quickly I might add and hopefully some national reform as well.

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  84. Figured that when I went to his page! That's why I referred to him as a coward hiding behind the computer. Advocates violence on his page; but claims he's a victim. Pathetic hypocrite…

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  85. This is fucked up…im from canada and if this shit went out in my home town those cops would be executed on the spot for this shit…I watch the news and read shit on the internet and the USA HAS BECOMED NAZI GERMANY…its fucking crazy…police up here are meter maids compared to the "murders" you all call police…now I dont like or have any respect for police reguardless where they are from but they actaully uphold the law and treat our citizens like people not fucking jews locked up in a cage

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  86. What you all need to realize is this is "NOT" a black-white issue. This boy was murdered by those who swore to uphold the Constitution. We live in a police state and it doesn't matter the color of your skin Al Dru Gage I see video's of white men being beaten to a pulp by police everyday. Barclay Hinson you must realize people act out of anger. I'm not going to justify looting as a healthy release of your anger but its going to happen. This is what America will look like all over if we do not start holding these "Animals" accountable for there actions and I'm NOT TALKING ABOUT THE LOOTERS OR PROTESTERS, IM TALKING ABOUT THE POLICE. —–Stay Strapped

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  87. Brett Sylvester Im not Black and I know people of all races do wrong but you get tired of the same bullshit lies, excuses like "He was reaching for my gun" , He was resisting , He Assaulted me " same fuckin shit dude , you need to wake the hell up from your LaLa Land if you think cops never lie

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  88. Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.

    No Justice, No Peace!

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  89. Todd Wilson… I agree. I have also seen whites abused by the hands of law enforcement, however not to many have actually died from it! It's fear that drives them. There has been 4 more shootings since the Michael Brown killing. ALL police shootings, ALL black victims! I see the world I'm living in. While others are on the outside looking in trying to make sense of it, I'm on the inside looking around LIVING IT! And I'm sorry but I refuse to listen to what someone's OPINON about what's happening to me change what I KNOW is happening…. And the world sees it too…

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  90. You're a bitch made sissy then Barclay Hinson. You seem to have no problem looking at yourself in the mirror, given your profile pic, if I were you, I wouldn't be able to look at myself. These are your fellow citizens, trying to get attention to push their cause. I'm with Ferguson, push these pigs back into their pens.

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  91. Fucking take back the streets the people out number the police realize this and take them out before its too late

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  92. Wayne Darby Exactly my point. The US was founded on the principal of freedom from things the people did not want. Right now, the way police behave is one of them. So take the opportunity to make real change. Re-write the constitution. Bring the corrupt up on charges. Erase the police state and reorganize how the government works.

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  93. This cop who told people to bring it on should be careful. He just might get what he wants. Somehow I do not see this ending well for him.

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  94. Ross Cook I totaly agree with you. The looters IMHO are animals, they did more harm in this situation than good. These looters do not care about this young man, all they care about is getting free stuff.

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  95. Perfect, let that happen. It will not end well for them.

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  96. Case is not out the window, but it does muddle the water a bit.

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  97. Ras Michael Wilmeth And that justifies looting how?

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  98. Don, the issue is they should be reserving the anger for the police. Not the stores in the area.

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  99. Barclay, there are looters, but there are also people who are tired of being trampled on and tired of being treated as criminals when they are trying to live their lives. There is NO excuse for what happened to Michael Brown, NONE. They must be held accountable or it will continue until it is you or one of your loved ones that hits the media next. You are falling for the media trickery, they show you looting and don't show the people calling for peaceful action. They are molding your brain to look more and like a sheep, don't let them, mold it yourself into a wolf

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