“The grand jury decision regarding the Ferguson police officer shooting of Michael Brown is expected this month — rumored as the middle of November, possibly this week,” warned the “News Alert” from town officials.
St. Louis area schools and townships are warning residents to stock up on water, food and medicine before the Mike Brown court decision. Local officials fear a violent response to the St. Louis County Court’s decision. Over three dozen businesses were vandalized and looted during the Ferguson rioting in August. The City of Berkeley, near Ferguson, released this statement warning residents to stock up on water, food and medicine before the verdict is announced. *Make sure you have plenty of bottled water (a gallon per person per day), and non-perishable, easy-to-access food in case you cannot get to a local store for a few days.
PCS School in St. Louis City sent home this warning to parents. Teachers will help students catch up with their homework if parents decide to keep their kids at home following the court’s decision.
I have already told you ‘WikiLeaks’ has the decision and it looks like it’s going to upset a whole lot of people. Why are they telling the people of this area to keep kids away from School, stock up on food and more. To me, and anyone with a brain can at least think “Ok, the cop who shot is getting away with it” What other conclusion can we come to here? I have the letters above as proof.
I did this 3 days ago, I am hearing the people of Ferguson are going to be annoyed
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Please make sure your home and family are prepared for a period of disruption, just as you would in the event of a storm,” the city advises. In addition to suggesting that residents stock up on food, water, gas, medications and other supplies, the advisory says to have contingency plans for picking up children from school and taking care of the elderly.
“Travel to them may not be possible for a few days,” the alert states. “You may want to consider temporarily moving them in with you or others who can assure that their needs are met.” Hoskins said feedback on the town’s decision has been mostly positive. “You’ll always have two or three saying you’re creating an alarm that may be unnecessary, and we understand that,” he said. Berkeley City Hall is four miles from the street where the deadly altercation between the officer and teen took place.
“I never thought that the incident that occurred in August would ever happen in our community,” Hoskins, a Berkeley resident for nearly 50 years, said of the shooting and aftermath. “I was under the impression that everybody had proper training for those types of situations.” The bulletin suggests that residents load up on nonperishable supplies, especially since it’s unknown whether Ferguson’s stores will remain open. “That’s the closest community that we go to, so we are just taking it safe,” Hoskins said.
Colburn was in Ferguson on Wednesday evening and said many businesses have already begun boarding up windows.
“Aggression and unrest are definitely rising,” she said. “I am worried about my son not being able to come home for Thanksgiving break.”
McCulloch, the prosecutor, has said claims of an announcement date or time should be ignored. But Hoskins said he is too close to the situation, with too much at stake, to remain idle.
“It seems to be narrowed down to between now and Monday,” the mayor said. “If anything spills over into our community, then I’ll declare an emergency and we will do certain other things to protect our residents.”
As usual Daboo77 caught this also in video. Here it is: DAHBOO77
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