Holder working to correct the mistakes of Zimmerman. He’ll take this one from here.

It’s madness. Some kind of blind madness that drives Holder and his ilk to push a wedge between the black people and the white people in America.  He says we don’t want to talk about it, but the truth is, he is the one who doesn’t want to talk about it. He doesn’t want to talk about how black America is becoming two Americas.  How indulging the bad behavior of a minority of thug blacks taints the entire society.   HE is the coward.

But he’s also the man in charge, and this time, he isn’t going to allow the inconvenience of other authorities clearing the officer in the shooting. THIS time, the cop is going down.  And it’s an election year, so the politics is important.

As we speak, forty FBI agents are going door to door looking for witnesses, the feds have taken over the investigation (why?) and the law and order in Ferguson is being handled by the New Black Panthers.

This just came from a local source in Ferguson, Missouri: The New Black Panthers are telling us,

“We can not guarantee your safety tonight. All hell is going to break loose.”

Three revolution groups are operating in St. Louis County now.
They want absolute mayhem.

How in the world did the police step back and the New Black Panthers take over? The same Panthers who are protesting and wanting to kill the officer, while the police (and the FBI) stand by.  There must be the small strokes happening within the ranks as we speak!

Holder and crew are working hard to control the narrative, WITH the help of democrats, including the governor, and the MSM.  Part of the attempt to hide the truth is the effort the DOJ put forth to stop Ferguson PD from releasing the video of the FELONY Mike Brown committed ten minutes before his encounter with the officer.  Why?  Because the narrative is that Ol’ Mike was a college bound good guy shot down for being black.

Which is a lie.

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Seems Mike was gang banging just a little, signing with the Bloods.  I worked gangs for a while.  It is a mindset.  More on that later.

On top of that, Mike liked to rap about killing and murder and all that rap stuff.

In this rap song, one of the rappers talks about killing someone and seeing them “layin’ across the street.” The victim is said to be “mashed up and black” like a goblin so “there ain’t describing him.”

With this Glock in your face

And you betta not make a sound

And I only like white men on my money [???]

Those who are last shall be first,

Whites on the bottom

He musta walked up and unloaded because there was no stopping him

Somebody else layin’ across the street, must be his partner

Damn.

Here is the report on the robbery. I am relying a lot on the GatewayPundit site. The reason is I know the people there, and they live in the St Louis area.  They have written about the HUGE racial problems in that city for a long time.

brown robbery stroe

 

Great, now what kind of picture do we have now?  It gets worse. Big Mike has a juvie record, or so it seems. The juvie record was discovered, discounted as “character assassination”, and is now being scrubbed, or it seems. Here is one remaining website with it.

Michael Brown’s rap sheet on casenet. Note that he also has a juvenile criminal record that is sealed.

Description: Burglary – 1st Degree { Felony B RSMo: 569.160 }
Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 1401000
OCN: AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN PD

Description: Armed Criminal Action { Felony Unclassified RSMo: 571.015 }
Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 3101000
OCN: AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN PD

Description: Assault 1st Degree – Serious Physical Injury { Felony A RSMo: 565.050 }
Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 1301100
OCN: AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN PD

Description: Armed Criminal Action { Felony Unclassified RSMo: 571.015 }
Date: 11/02/2013 Code: 3101000
OCN: AJ006207 Arresting Agency: ST ANN PD

If this is accurate, why does it matter?  Here’s a hint, if the other side is desperate to hide it, then it matters to them.  It breaks the false narrative, much like the real Trayvon Martin’s history broke his.

So how bad is the fear in Ferguson? So bad, the store clerk who was ROBBED by Brown, and is surrounded by police, is afraid for his life.

Local markets know their local customers–that’s how they stay in business.

Ferguson Market & Liquor in the small town of Ferguson, Missouri is no different. In the case of this local market, fear of being murdered by their customers drives their business decisions—including deciding to not report being robbed to the police.

Likewise the Ferguson police decision to withhold for nearly a week the name of the police officer they say shot Michael Brown, Darren Wilson, in order to give him time to go in to hiding from the Ferguson lynch mob.

Ferguson Market & Liquor is the store where Brown roughed up a clerk while stealing almost $50 worth of cigarellos a week ago Saturday.  Minutes later the unarmed hulking young black man was gunned down by Wilson, a white Ferguson police officer, in the middle of a neighborhood street during a confrontation with the officer.

KDSK of St. Louis reported an attorney for the owners of the market held a press conference Friday in which he wanted Ferguson Market & Liquor’s customers to know that the store did not snitch to the police about Brown robbing the store, nor did they offer the store’s surveillance video of the robbery to police.

Imagine this madness, the madness of Obama and Holder’s hatred for America. The man, a working minority, is robbed by a thug. And he’s afraid for his life, even though he is surrounded by the FBI, DOJ and local police.  Because he knows they either can’t protect him, or worse, won’t.

Think about that.  Think about living that life, everyday, forever.  Think about how the New Black Panthers walk down the street WITH a State Trooper (the one put in charge of maintaining order) chanting for the death of an officer.

And nobody blinks.

That is how far down the rabbit hole we’ve fallen.

But what about the shooting.  First, I’ll can tell you, as this article by another police officer states, taking in a bad guy, who doesn’t want to go, is a dangerous effort.

As a white cop, working in high-crime areas of the city that were predominantly black, I can relate to the situation in Ferguson.  It happened to me a thousand times, except for the firing of my weapon – to which I say, “There, but for grace of God, go I.”

A typical scenario would be that I stopped someone on the street in connection with a police action.  Let’s say I came across a guy from a wanted poster.  After establishing the correct identity, I tell him he’s under arrest. That’s when the potential for serious injury or death occurs.

“You ain’t takin’ me nowhere, mother******!” he says.  Okay, whatever happens from that moment on was brought about by the person resisting arrest.  Keep in mind that the officer represents the law.  He has performed his sworn duty by stopping and identifying a person wanted for the commission of a crime.  He has told the person that he’s under arrest.  There’s simply no turning back!  Hence, if the person refuses to submit, what would we expect the officer do – walk away?

You think the streets are unsafe now?  Imagine if cops were cowed by the bad guys into backing away from the lawful pursuit of justice.  It’s bad enough that so much crime is not preventable, but when a cop is facing it right in front of his eyes, he must take action.

 

What if the officer let Brown go after the beating he took in the patrol unit? What if Brown went around the corner, carjacked a woman, threw her to the ground, killing her, before he stole her car. What if??  Brown had a choice. He could have not been a thug, a banger, a robber. He could have submitted to the arrest, AS REQUIRED BY LAW, and he would be alive today. His life, his choice, his death.  The officer was just there.

But that is not how it is going to be sold. No money in telling the truth.  No advantage in the upcoming election for the truth to be told. And that is a madness I thought we had long ago left behind.

I’ve stated the officer is screwed.  Even though the statute is pretty clear.

3. A law enforcement officer in effecting an arrest or in preventing an escape from custody is justified in using deadly force only

(1) When such is authorized under other sections of this chapter; or

(2) When he reasonably believes that such use of deadly force is immediately necessary to effect the arrest and also reasonably believes that the person to be arrested

(a) Has committed or attempted to commit a felony; or

(b) Is attempting to escape by use of a deadly weapon; or

(c) May otherwise endanger life or inflict serious physical injury unless arrested without delay.

4. The defendant shall have the burden of injecting the issue of justification under this section.

Big Mike and his running buddy robbed a store, attacked an officer, tried to get his gun (felony, felony, felony) and according to one source, a black man who witnessed the shooting, ran toward the officer after breaking initial contact (the beating in the car).

 

#1 How’d he get from there to there?

#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck

{crosstalk}

#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him

{crosstalk}

#2 Then the next thing I know he doubled back toward him cus – the police had his gun drawn already on him –

#1. Oh, the police got his gun

#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him

{crosstalk}

#2 Police fired shots – the next thing I know – the police was missing

#1 The Police?

#2 The Police shot him

#1 Police?

Now according to the friend of the officer (the officer isn’t talking yet), that squares to what happened to him.

 

Here’s the transcript:

“He pulled up ahead of them. And then he got a call-in that there was a strong-arm robbery. And, they gave a description. And, he’s looking at them and they got something in their hands and it looks like it could be what, you know those cigars or whatever. So he goes in reverse back to them. Tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael did. And, then he opened the car again. He tried to get out. He stands up.

And then Michael just bum-rushes him and shoves him back into his car. Punches him in the face and them Darren grabs for his gun. Michael grabbed for the gun. At one point he got the gun entirely turned against his hip. And he shoves it away. And the gun goes off.

Well, then Michael takes off and gets to be about 35 feet away. And, Darren’s first protocol is to pursue. So, he stands up and yells, “Freeze!” Michael and his friend turn around. And Michael taunts him… And then all the sudden he just started bumrushing him. He just started coming at him full speed. And, so he just started shooting. And, he just kept coming. And, so he really thinks he was on something.”

The bigger picture isn’t this shooting. The bigger picture is this. We, as a society, have decided to reward bad behavior and ignore good when it comes to black America. That is our collective fault. We allow Al Sharpton to show up when bad happens, giving him a voice, while he ignores, and the MSM ignores, the black kids who decide NOT to be thugs, who get good grades, who strive to be better.

Where are the clusters of media surrounding the black kid who gets straight A’s?

Nowhere.

Where are the hard stories about how being in a bad neighborhood makes it almost impossible to get out, not because you can’t, but because the bad people in that neighborhood won’t let you.

Cell phone footage showing a group of teens viciously kicking and striking a 16-year-old honors student with splintered railroad ties has ramped up pressure on Chicago officials to address chronic violence that has led to dozens of deaths of city teens each year.

The graphic video of the afternoon melee emerged on local news stations over the weekend, showing the fatal beating of Derrion Albert, a sophomore honor roll student at Christian Fenger Academy High School. His death was the latest addition to a rising toll: More than 30 students were killed last school year, and the city could exceed that number this year.

Prosecutors charged four teenagers Monday with fatally beating Albert, who was walking to a bus stop when he got caught up in the mob street fighting, authorities said.

The violence stemmed from a shooting early Thursday morning involving two groups of students from different neighborhoods, said Tandra Simonton, a spokeswoman for the Cook County prosecutor’s office. When school ended, members of the groups began fighting near the Agape Community Center.

During the attack, captured in part on a bystander’s cell phone video, Albert is struck on the head by one of several young men wielding wooden planks. After he falls to the ground and appears to try to get up, he is struck again and then kicked. Simonton said Albert was a bystander and not part of either group.

THAT should be a lead story every day.  Thugs should be ostracized, while good kids highlighted.

But there’s no money in that, is there? Or power, or improving the opportunity of getting re-elected.

Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” Gov. Jay Nixon (D-MO) said the local police “attempting to besmirch a victim of a shooting” by releasing a video of Michael Brown allegedly engaging in a “strong-arm” convenience store robbery.

“I think it had an incendiary effect,” Nixon said. “I mean, when you release picture and you clearly are attempting to besmirch a victim of a shooting, shot down in his own street, a young man and at the same time you’re releasing information to try to make it, to tarnish him, then properly, there was a lot of folks that were concerned about that, and I do think it flamed it back up and has caused us to have to deal with some of that.”

Or, we could just telling the truth about the facts that LEAD UP TO THE SHOOTING?

Why is the robbery important? Why is the rap/gang thing important? Why is the prior violent record important?  BECAUSE NOTHING OCCURS IN A VACUUM!!! NOTHING!!

What we know is what we know. What we don’t know is what occurred in those few critical seconds when Big Mike decided he wasn’t going to jail. Remember, the officer suspected him and his STILL NOT CHARGED buddy of a robbery. He didn’t get out of the car shooting. He got out of the car trying to effect a detention or an arrest.  So let’s go over what he know when he got out.

1. Somehow Big Mike and the other suspect ended up in the patrol car beating the officer. The officer is injured, that is a fact.

2. The officer discharged his weapon INSIDE the patrol car.  We believe he was fighting over the control of his weapon.  Big Mike might have been shot during the fight.

3. Big Mike and his running buddy took off, Big Mike told his buddy to keep running.

4. At some point, the officer gets out of his patrol car, after being beaten and his weapon discharging, attempts to stop Big Mike.

5. He either shoots Big Mike in the back as Mike is running, or he shoots at Mike and misses. (Update: according to one source, the autopsy shows Big Mike took all the rounds in the front, none in the back. Holder’s probably pulling out his eraser and then penciling in new holes on the diagram!)

6. Big Mike turns around, and either runs back at the officer, or the officer approaches and shoots again.  The pattern of the rounds look like the classic “Glock rip” where the weapon is fired quickly and the muzzle rise causes the bullets to track vertically.  If the officer fired in rapid secession, it would make sense.

7. Big Mike is down.

This is what we know about the shooting.  If Big Mike turned around, already injured and decided to give up and the officer continued to shoot, the officer is in trouble.

It may be understandable, but it is not acceptable.

If big Mike ran back at the officer, after beating him, after attempting to take his weapon (which he would have killed the officer with), then the officer is justified in taking Big Mike down. Remember, nobody has claimed the officer had a chance to frisk Big Mike.  So assuming Big Mike could be armed is fair at the time.

At this point we are just guessing.  But as a veteran officer, who spoke with a number of other officers, we can make a few assumptions from the fifty years of combined experience.

The key to all of this is mindset. Mindset of the bad guys- Big Mike and his buddy. And the mindset of the officer.

The first assumption. Big Mike didn’t want to go to jail. This would be his first arrest as an adult.  Big boy jail, and bail if he can make it. No going home to mommy this time around.  Different ball game, and a good reason for him to fight.

Second assumption. As the article stated above, the officer went from being suspicious, to being in a world of hurt immediately.  He went from trying to make an arrest, to trying to stay alive in a second, literally a second.

Third assumption.  In talking with my veteran officer friend, who is also a trainer, he reminded me of the reality of what it is like to be afraid for your life.  When the officer was struggling over his weapon, his mindset goes from trying to make an arrest- something he’s done a hundred times I’m sure- to simple survival.

When that happens the mind changes modes.  Or if you will, the mind is split between two areas, the upper mind- where logic and reason and thought occur, and the lower mind- where survival and training kick in.  A side effect of the lower mind kicking in is the phenomenon called “tunnel vision and tunnel hearing.”

Normally, during a rough arrest, your upper mind still functions. You pull your taser, you pull your OC spray, you use your baton, just like you are trained.  But that only occurs when your upper mind has a chance to process the information that is coming in at a regulated pace. For example, you approach a suspect and tell him he’s under arrest. He is far enough away from you that he can’t get to you immediately. He says “I’m not going.”  So, you have time to think “Okay, time for my taser or my OC in order to persuade him to submit.” And you pull your tool of choice.  That’s easy.

However, when the contact goes from, “Hey pal, I want to talk to you.” to the guy jumping you (at 6-4 300lbs, the size of a NFL lineman) and raining blows on your head, while his buddy is grabbing for your gun, then all that upper mind process takes a shit- literally.  And you go to “I don’t want to die, so I’m going to do what I have to in order to survive!”

Only police and combat veterans understand this. No Harvard educated liberal or talking head gets the fear involved in realizing you are in a fight to the death. No politician, no “media expert”, nobody but someone who has been there. I might add, criminals might also understand. Which might explain Big Mike’s attack.  Surprise is very effective when trying to kill your opponent.

But when the attack occurs, the next few seconds often decide whether you live or die.  It is the initial attack that must be thwarted.  Unlike the movies where actors beat each other for ten minutes before the good guy gets the upper hand, in real life the fights are brutal and quick. (Trust me, getting hit hurts! Getting hit in the head hurts and is disorienting!) Just watch some of the videos the thugs put up on YouTube to see how quickly a conscious person turns into an unconscious, and vulnerable victim.

When the lower mind takes over, it becomes all training and reflex.  That is why the military drills soldiers, and why police are trained to do certain things.

Fourth assumption.  When Big Mike exits the vehicle, the officer, who has been beaten, follows- because that is what he is trained to do.  (On a side note, his injuries and photos have not been released- just like in the Zimmerman case.  Why? If his face is swollen or injured from the beating, the narrative takes another hit. This is just corrupt.) So he pursues.  And he is shooting.  One round in the car, maybe two at Big Mike as he is running.

Fifth assumption. Big Mike for some reason turns around.  He either runs back at the officer, or he gives up while closing the distance.  Either way, IF Big Mike was giving up, it was a little late.

Why?  Because I can assure you, the upper mind of the officer is still locked down.   The officer’s last upper mind instruction to the lower mind was to pursue and fire the gun.  Even if his upper mind is thinking “Jeez, this guy might be giving up.” The lower mind is pulling the trigger.  This is how we get cases where the officer truly believes the suspect was facing him when he pulled the trigger, but the suspect was hit in the back. That officer will pass a polygraph, because he is convinced that is what he saw.

Now cops are paid to be a little better than the average citizen, and to be trained to control the shutdown of their upper mind.  That is true. But cops are human beings. They are your friends, your neighbors, hell they are basically you.  But you expect so much more from them than you would expect of yourself.

I ask this question- If a large man was beating you in the face and trying to take your gun to MURDER you with it, would you shoot him to death? Especially, if he is coming back at you? Even if you think you wouldn’t, trust me, you would. Even if you are a liberal.

Anyone found in possession of a handgun, except a legitimate officer of the law, [should go] to jail—period! Anyone committing a crime with a handgun [should go] to prison, with 10 years added to his term, without parole—period!

Carl Rowan may have cause to rue those words, which he wrote in 1981. Rowan, the nationally syndicated columnist, has long been an outspoken advocate of gun control. Then, two weeks ago, he shot and slightly wounded an intruder in his Washington, D.C., backyard. Ever since, two facts about the case have kept capital gossips—and lawyers—abuzz: The interloper was a near-naked teenager who had been skinny-dipping with friends in Rowan’s pool, and the columnist’s weapon was an unregistered, and thus very illegal, .22 caliber pistol.

This is not about race- outside the politics and the money making race baiters. This is a war between those who have, and those who want.  Makers and Takers.  It has nothing to do with race, but everything to do with class.

In the end, in my opinion, if and when the wheels come off, the lines on both sides will be filled with all colors, genders, political opinions, sexual orientations.  The difference will be one side with have something.  And the other side will want to take it- with violence.

What is maddening to me is that people who are promoting the anarchy, promoting the failure of the sub-culture of our society (whether it be white, black or Hispanic- or purple or polka-dotted for that matter) think they are immune.

Maybe they can hide for a while behind the rhetoric, or the walls, or the private security. But eventually, the monsters they have created and promote will get tired of taking from others, and decide they want the elites’ stuff too.

Just dumb.  And deadly.

This is a photo of the store owners protecting what little they have left after the police fled the area and the looters took over.

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Good people from all types of backgrounds doing the same thing- trying to keep what is theirs safe from people of all types of backgrounds trying to take it.  The makers vs. the takers.

And as we see this, there is a federal judge who just ruled the weapons you see them carrying have no legal place in our society.

Upon review of all the parties’ evidence, the court seriously doubts that the banned assault long guns are commonly possessed for lawful purposes, particularly self-defense in the home, which is at the core of the Second Amendment right, and is inclined to find the weapons fall outside Second Amendment protection as dangerous and unusual.

No place except maybe were society has broken down?? Freaking liberals, I swear!!

But this is how it starts.  Someday, if she is given her way, the next wave of looters will simply take what they want, without any way for us to stop them.  She won’t suffer, sitting behind the walls of her gated community, comfortable in her liberal world, convinced she is more enlightened than the masses. She’ll be safe, well, at least for a little while.

But we won’t.

 

 

 

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