White teen killed by black cop in Alabama mirrors Ferguson – But no outrage! – Racist USA

The 'KID' lay there for 4 and a half hours

The ‘KID’ lay there for 4 and a half hours

Gilbert Collar, a white, unarmed 18-year-old  was shot and killed Oct. 6, 2012, by Officer Trevis Austin

Gilbert Collar, a white, unarmed 18-year-old was shot and killed Oct. 6, 2012, by Officer Trevis Austin

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

Research, Research, Research. I know you get bored with me saying it, but through a ton of research over the past few days I looked HARD for a ‘Black Cop” killing a “White Kid” and low and behold, I found one. It is a two year old case now but never hit the media at all, it slipped under the radar or Main stream media. If we ever need proof America is a very racist place, with racism going both ways, this is the ultimate proof. Where was the social outrage? Where was the looting and fighting? Why were ‘White People’ not told the news at 8pm like last week in Ferguson in order to make black people look bad. Make no mistake, this is EXACTLY what happened in Ferguson earlier this week. It was made to happen. Just ask “Why tell a very angry mob outside who are ready to be angry, and rightly so, at 8pm” See when we apply logic to a story, the story becomes more than a story, it becomes something else. Anyone with 2 brain cells will understand what I am saying here. that is weird. I am still trying to fathom this. A  ‘Black Cop kills a White kid’ and no outcry? hmmm puzzling

A two-year-old case involving the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old white man by a black police officer is gaining attention on social media in the wake of this week’s protests and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri. Gilbert Collar, a white, unarmed 18-year-old under the influence of drugs was shot and killed Oct. 6, 2012, by Officer Trevis Austin, who is black, in Mobile, Alabama. Despite public pressure for an indictment, a Mobile County grand jury refused to bring charges against Officer Austin, concluding that the officer acted in self-defense.

The circumstances mirror those of the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown, a black unarmed 18-year-old under the influence of drugs by Officer Darren Wilson, who is white, in Ferguson.A St. Louis County grand jury’s decision Monday not to indict the officer ignited violence and looting in Ferguson and days of protests nationwide against racial injustice. The discrepancy in the reaction to and coverage of the two grand jury decisions has not been lost on social media, where critics are citing the Collar case to counter those who say Brown was the victim of racism in both law enforcement and judicial system.

On Thursday, the website Conservative Tribune headline trumpeted the case: “Unarmed White Teen Gunned Down by Black Cop … Where’s the Outrage?”

Former CNN host Piers Morgan blasted the police response in Mobile days after Collar was killed, saying he “didn’t deserve to die,” but otherwise the case has received little attention outside Alabama, prompting critics to accuse the national media of a “whiteout.” Said Julie on Twitter: “Hello? Media? Two years, and still only crickets. Where’s Al Sharpton for #GilCollar?” Critics also note there has been no rioting or sustained protest in Mobile, even though the slightly built Collar, unlike Brown, never touched the officer and, because he was naked when he was shot, was more obviously unarmed. Both shooting victims were found with marijuana in their systems.

“There’s riots for #MikeBrown but none for #GilCollar,” said one commenter, @samstuff, in a Wednesday post on Twitter. “Nobody burnt buildings to the ground for them,” said commenter Gomer Pyle on Twitter, referring to Collar and Dillon Taylor, a white 20-year-old shot Aug. 11 by a minority police officer in Utah. “You never even heard of them until now.” Others have pointed to the cases as evidence that police are routinely using excessive force against young men no matter what their race. “To those of you who called #MikeBrown a thug please reconsider your stance on the issue now that the thug is a white male, who the system failed as well!” said India Washington on Instagram. In what may be a sign of things to come in the Brown case, parents Bonnie and Reed Collar filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the officer in July.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/nov/27/white-teen-gilbert-collar-killed-by-black-cop-trev/

http://www.jewishworldreview.com/1114/ferguson_mirror.php3

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Racist America – I told you what a Police State was – Staged Verdict made it look worse

♫ Hands Up Don't Shoot ♫

♫ Hands Up Don’t Shoot ♫

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

I Have said for as long as I have been writing that the USA is a corrupt police state. Now how people react to what I have to say will determine how right I am.
The Police in America ‘Seem’ to be racist. I have heard so much today saying “American Cops hate Blacks” Even Obama admitted there was a mistrust between Cops and Black people. He is of course right. America has the biggest jailed populous in the developed World. America has more people in Prison than anyone else. So we must ask why this is.

I believe Racism is a HUGE problem in the USA. Many are quick to say “That Black Kid” when the expression should be “That Kid” As long as you the people and the Media play “That Black Kid” there will be problems. I don’t have the answers to a nation returning to Racial divide and things getting worse and I don’t know who has. Black people get treated worse than white people. I have seen it all too many times. America, you are a young nation, the rest of the World has been through this. You will get there, but I still think last night was all too staged. Why tell at that time? Why allow the streets to fill up and give the verdict? Get past that question then you see the truth, this, for me was made to happen. Think about it, why tell the people at 8pm? This just puts black people in a worse light so America can say “Told you so, look at THEM” and I don’t like that

 
I have spoken to many Americans and more than a few have said “The Blacks are the problem here” So I ask, Are the black’s to blame or is it as a people they are penned into places with liquor stores and pawn shops. I have done a much research a man could do with this. I think the EASY ANSWER IS “Blame Blacks” The verdict was given at 8pm, a time when it’s SO MUCH EASIER TO CAUSE TROUBLE. Why not tell the verdict at 9am? For me this was all too easy. Tell Ferguson at a time when they would get angry and show it and make the Black people look worse. I think America, you got this ALL WRONG.
Police State USA is on the go, it will get worse. I will be doing research on this some more. I want percentages of who is in jail, why they are in jail. I have shown MANY times Cops killing and seriously harming people.

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It is so sad this happened, but it has.

May I say “RIP Michael Brown”

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#Ferguson USA – Cop Darren Wilson to ‘WALK FREE’ for the Murder of Michael Brown

 

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By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

The Grand Jury in Ferguson have decided  policeman Darren Wilson will FACE NO CHARGES  for the Murder of Michael Brown, McCulloch says several alleged witnesses later admitted they did not witness the shooting, also saying they changed stories. PA Bob McCulloch: Grand Jury has determined that no probable cause exist to charge officer Darren Wilson. As Bob McCulloch was speaking anger was starting outside. The link for Ferguson live is below, I feel sorry for the kids family, this for me, seemed to be murder of an unarmed kid but, Grand Jury Decision: NO probable cause for indictment. It will be a LONG night in Ferguson and in the days to come it will get worse. 

More to follow………………..

Anger was heard over his voice as it became clear

Anger was heard over his voice as it became clear

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live link to Ferguson via, Live links

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/bassemmasri

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An hour before the news came out, St. Louis County Chief of Police Jon Belmar asked for calm

St. Louis County Chief of Police Jon Belmar wants the entire St. Louis community to know that the safety of our citizens is the primary concern for the St. Louis County Police Department. “As a police department, our primary responsibility is to protect both life and property for our citizens, and we are committed to doing just that. St. Louis Metropolitan Chief of Police Sam Dotson, Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson, and I, have prepared extensively as a Unified Command, for the release of the grand jury decision. Our commanders have been meeting with local community officials and protest leaders to help ensure preservation of life, property, and that all citizens’ enjoy the freedom to express their constitutional rights.”

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The shooting of Michael Brown occurred on August 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Brown, an 18-year-old black man, was fatally shot by Darren Wilson, 28, a white police officer. The disputed circumstances of the shooting and the resultant protests and civil unrest received considerable attention in the United States and abroad.

Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson were walking down the middle of the street when Wilson drove up and ordered them to move to the sidewalk. Brown and Wilson struggled through the window of the police vehicle until Wilson’s gun was fired, either intentionally or as a result of the struggle. Brown and Johnson then fled in different directions, with Wilson in pursuit of Brown. Wilson shot Brown six times, killing him. Witness reports differ as to whether and when Brown had his hands raised, and whether he was moving toward Wilson, when the final shots were fired.

Michael Brown , Darren Wilson. protester

Michael Brown , Darren Wilson,  protester

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Grand jury in the Ferguson case have came to a decision!! #BREAKING#

Police stage command post in Jennings near #Ferguson.

Police stage command post in Jennings near #Ferguson.

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

Gerguson, Missouri — A decision is expected Monday from the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, that is weighing evidence in the Michael Brown shooting, U.S. and local law enforcement officials told CNN.

The announcement will come from the St Louis County Prosecutor, the sources said.
Will Ferguson officer be indicted?
Fighting to tell the story in Ferguson
Ferguson: Preparing for protests

The sources did not know what decision will be announced.

The city has been on edge in anticipation of a decision. Some businesses have been boarded up, and activists are prepared to protest.

For the grand jury, the key question is whether Officer Darren Wilson, who is white, will face charges in the August 9 shooting death of Brown, 18, who was black.

Though the basic facts of the case — that Brown was unarmed when Wilson shot him — are not in question, the facts of the fatal moment are hotly disputed.

Supporters of Brown’s family back witness accounts that Wilson fired while Brown had his hands up in surrender. Wilson’s supporters say that Brown was the aggressor, had tried to take Wilson’s gun while he was in his vehicle and that the officer fired in self-defense.

The 12-member grand jury is deciding whether Wilson should be charged with any of several possible crimes, including: first-degree murder, second-degree murder, voluntary manslaughter or involuntary manslaughter, said Ed Magee, a spokesman for the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

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-BREAKING- Ferguson Case Prosecutor Said to Plan Press Conference

A makeshift memorial for shooting victim Michael Brown stands in the middle of Canfield Drive, where Brown was shot, in Ferguson, Missouri

A makeshift memorial for shooting victim Michael Brown stands in the middle of Canfield Drive, where Brown was shot, in Ferguson, Missouri

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch is set to make an anouncement later today regarding the grand jury reviewing evidence in the Ferguson police shooting death of Michael Brown, a person familiar with the matter said.

The grand jury, which is meeting today in Clayton, a St. Louis suburb, will break for the day at noon local time, said the person, who declined to be identified because the deliberations are secret. McCullough will hold a press conference at either 4 p.m. or 7 p.m., the person said.

Edward Magee, a spokesman for McCulloch, didn’t immediately return an e-mail seeking comment.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-11-24/ferguson-case-prosecutor-said-to-plan-press-conference.html

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/11/21/us-usa-missouri-shooting-idUSKCN0J51P420141121

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New Details in Ferguson Killing Make the Police Look Even Worse

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Almost a week after 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, the police department identified the officer involved as six-year veteran Darren Wilson. At a press conference at 9 a.m. this morning, police chief Tom Jackson said Wilson, who has no disciplinary history, was responding to a robbery at a nearby convenience store when he encountered the teenager. The police also released video stills that appeared to show Brown threatening the convenience store owner, and a detailed report on the incident. Citizens attending the press conference immediately erupted in anger at the perceived insinuation that Brown may have been a suspect in the robbery. Jackson did not stick around to answer questions. USA Today reports that Wilson and his family skipped town “days ago.”

Later, Jackson held another press conference around 3 p.m. Eastern time and provided further information about the shooting. In a statement, he said that the officer who stopped Michael Brown, Darren Wilson, did not know Brown was a robbery suspect–raising the question of why police released detailed information on the robbery this morning. Instead, Brown was stopped for “walking down the street blocking traffic, that’s it,” said Jackson. The shooting occurred between 12:01 p.m., when Wilson encountered Brown, and 12:04 p.m., when a second officer arrived on the scene and found Brown dead.

Graphic Video of the aftermath of the kids murder/death

When asked why the police department released the video, Jackson said “because the press asked for it,” adding that he decided to do so in response to a barrage of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. When asked about Wilson, Jackson called him “a gentleman” and “a quiet officer,” adding that Wilson “never meant for this to happen.” Around 4:45 p.m. Eastern time, Michael Brown’s family and attorney, Benjamin Crump, held a press conference. Crump said that the man in the robbery video “appears to be” Brown. He also said that the police department’s decision to release information on the robbery seemed “strategic.” “It’s a diversion from the conduct of the officer,” he said. The information packet handed out to press on the convenience store incident explains that Brown shoplifted a box of Swisher Sweets. Dorian Johnson’s lawyer told MSNBC that his client, who was friends with Brown and a witness to the shooting, told the Department of Justice and St. Louis Police that Brown had stolen cigars from the store.

Pages From Police Report 

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Just prior to noon on Saturday, August 9, surveillance footage shows a man police believe to be Brown as he “abruptly turns back around and advances on [redacted]. Brown towers over [redacted] appearing to intimidate him. Brown then turns back around and walks out of camera view”

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That is not cigars in his hand

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The Ferguson Police Department is still responsible for conducting the investigation into the shooting, despite the fact that the Missouri State Highway Patrol was brought in yesterday to control security at protests. Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ronald S. Johnson was not aware the police department would be releasing information about the robbery today. “I would have liked to have been consulted,” Johnson said at a press conference earlier this morning. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon also expressed concerns about the information released today, acknowledging that it doesn’t paint a full picture, according to the Washington Post. “I think the focal point here remains to figure out how and why Michael Brown was killed and to get justice,” Nixon said. Charlie Dooley, the County Executive of St. Louis County, is attempting to appoint a special prosecutor to handle Brown’s case, according to the St. Louis Post Dispatch. In order to have Prosecutor Bob McCulloch taken off the case, Dooley will have to “obtain signatures and petition a judge for the removal.” Meanwhile, the Ethical Society of Police, a nonprofit that represents African-American police officers, issued a statement on Facebook saying that their president — also named Darren Wilson — is not the officer involved in the shooting. Some reporters speculated earlier this morning that Wilson was the officer named in this St. Louis Post Dispatch story about a racist letter received by a black member of the St. Louis police department.

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Michael Brown ‘In Robbery’ Before He Was Shot

Michael Brown

Michael Brown

An unarmed black teenager shot dead by an officer was a suspect in a “strong-arm” robbery minutes before the fatal confrontation, say police. Michael Brown, 18, allegedly stole cigars and shoved a clerk at a convenience store in suburban St Louis last Saturday, just before he was killed by a police officer, spawning almost a week of public disorder. Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson released the police reports and documents on Friday morning as he named the officer who carried out the shooting.  Darren Wilson, who has six years’ service and no disciplinary record, is on administrative leave following the incident. According to the police reports, Mr Brown and his friend, Dorian Johnson, were suspected of taking a box of Swisher Sweet Cigars from a store in Ferguson that morning.

Police say Michael Brown was a suspect in a robbery before he was shot

Police say Michael Brown was a suspect in a robbery before he was shot

Chief Jackson said Officer Wilson encountered Mr Brown about 10 minutes after the robbery, at around 12:01pm, and a second officer arrived three minutes later. Police have previously said the officer opened fire after he was pushed into his squad car by one of two men he encountered on the street.  Chief Jackson said Officer Wilson encountered Mr Brown about 10 minutes after the robbery, at around 12:01pm, and a second officer arrived three minutes later. Police have previously said the officer opened fire after he was pushed into his squad car by one of two men he encountered on the street.  He said he and Mr Brown were ordered by an officer to stop walking in the street. Mr Johnson said the officer then tried to pull Mr Brown into the squad car before pulling his weapon and firing. The developments emerged the morning after hundreds of protesters marched side by side with officers in a dramatic turnabout, following a law enforcement facelift in Ferguson.

Gone were the officers in riot gear and armoured tanks as Missouri State Highway Patrol and its African-American captain, Ron Johnson, who grew up in the community, were appointed by the governor to take control of security in the town. Marchers stopped to shake hands with police and troopers, in marked contrast to the previous four nights of violent demonstrations that drew a rebuke from President Barack Obama about “excessive force” by police.  “This is totally different,” one demonstrator, Pedro Smith, 41, told Reuters news agency. “Now we’re being treated with respect.” Vigils were also held in more than 90 cities across the country to observe a National Moment of Silence.  Rallies took place in Detroit, Los Angeles and New York, where people were asked to wear a red ribbon, cloth or bandana as a mark of solidarity. Some of the biggest protests were in Manhattan’s Union Square and Times Square. The shooting has highlighted the lack of ethnic diversity on the Ferguson police force, all but three of whose officers are white, in a town that is two-thirds black.

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*BREAKING NEWS* Officer In Fatal Missouri Teen Shooting Named

Vigils were also held in more than 90 cities across the country on Thursday

Vigils were also held in more than 90 cities across the country on Thursday

Officer Darren Wilson has six years’ service with no disciplinary record, Ferguson’s police chief says in a brief news conference.

Police in Missouri have identified the officer accused of shooting dead an unarmed black teenager after several days of unrest. Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson said the officer’s name is Darren Wilson and he has six years’ service with no disciplinary record. At Friday morning’s brief news conference, Chief Jackson said 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot on Saturday following a convenience store robbery in the St Louis suburb.  But it was not clear if the teenager was a suspect in that incident when the fatal confrontation occurred between him and Officer Wilson in the town of Ferguson, in circumstances which remain unclear. Chief Jackson said they would release police dispatch records as well as video from the robbery and hold another briefing later on Friday.  The officer has not been charged following the shooting which spawned almost a week of violence in the community and grabbed national headlines.

The announcement came the morning after hundreds of protesters marched side by side with officers in a dramatic turnabout, following a law enforcement facelift in Ferguson. Gone were the officers in riot gear and armoured tanks as an African-American highway patrol captain took over security in Ferguson. Marchers stopped to shake hands with police and troopers, in marked contrast to violent clashes earlier this week.  “This is totally different,” one demonstrator, Pedro Smith, 41, told Reuters news agency. “Now we’re being treated with respect.” Vigils were also held in more than 90 cities across the country to observe a National Moment of Silence. Rallies took place in Detroit, Los Angeles and New York, where people were asked to wear a red ribbon, cloth or bandana as a mark of solidarity.

Some Los Angeles residents also rallied to demand justice for Michael Brown

Some Los Angeles residents also rallied to demand justice for Michael Brown

Some of the biggest protests were in Manhattan’s Union Square and Times Square. Missouri State Highway Patrol and its African-American captain, Ron Johnson, who grew up in the community, were appointed on Thursday afternoon to assume policing duties in the town. Governor Jay Nixon, announcing the shake-up, said Ferguson “lately has looked a little bit more like a war zone, and that is unacceptable”. He spoke following four nights of violent clashes between demonstrators and police who fired tear gas and smoke bombs, drawing a rebuke from President Barack Obama about “excessive force”

Witnesses have said Michael Brown had his hands up when he was shot

Witnesses have said Michael Brown had his hands up when he was shot

The president urged all sides to “take a step back” and called for a “time for healing”. Police say Mr Brown was shot dead during a scuffle with an officer, but witnesses have said he had his hands in the air when he was killed. The shooting has highlighted the lack of ethnic diversity on the police force, all but three of whose officers are white, in a town that is two-thirds black. St Louis County Police have previously been accused of racially profiling black people and of racist hiring procedures. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Thursday he was concerned the use of military equipment by police in Ferguson was sending a “conflicting message”.

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