Ferguson Police Chief Just Shocked Everyone With His Absurdly Tone-Deaf Remarks

Aug 14, 2014 Full story: politix.topix.com 602

"We have to respond to deadly force," he said. "We certainly don't want to have any violence on our part."

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#1 Aug 14, 2014
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#2 Aug 14, 2014
F**k you TopMod. Topix time is limited.

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#3 Aug 14, 2014
Awesome. Have a great day Danny.
Alias - Trish

Sikeston, MO

#4 Aug 14, 2014

Anti-Police Brutality Riots in Ferguson Lead to Clash and Looting
Danny wrote:
F**k you TopMod. Topix time is limited.
You should show some respect. I've been banned numerous times for doing less.
Don't like it ... click the X in far right corner.
Guest

Leavenworth, KS

#5 Aug 14, 2014
three forum just aren't enough. Could you add six more please
WHY THE HELL---

Anchorage, AK

#6 Aug 14, 2014
TopMod15 wrote:
adding to the forum
are you spamming Missouri zip codes with this BS when it's wall to wall coverage everywhere already? What exactly is your motivation?
CRAP like this POLLUTES the tops of these LOCAL forums FOREVER. For example, see "Who do you support for U.S. Senate in Missouri in 2010?" http://www.topix.com/forum/city/caruthersvill... with nearly 96,500 comments to date, which, presumably, was started by some S**T-STIRRING TopMod at topix, too.
TTU

Saint Louis, MO

#7 Aug 14, 2014
There is complete video of the police break up of the protesters. I watched it all and personally saw nothing inappropriate on the part of the cops. The ordered the protestors to disband and leave, several times, before taking any action and approached the protesters slowly and deliberately, they used sound, smoke and tear gas. Seemed like standard procedure for such an operation when the protesters are blocking a major street and fail to obey a police order. This is all after numerous buildings were recently burglarized in a looting mob action, and one--with massive gasoline tanks under the parking lot was torched.

Antonio French disobeyed a direct police order, and admitted doing so, as did several members of the media, do they think that they are above the law? What did they think would happen? If French is representative of the quality of black St Louis leadership, that's pretty sad.

I knew black folks had some problems, but this is really bad.

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#8 Aug 14, 2014
TTU wrote:
There is complete video of the police break up of the protesters. I watched it all and personally saw nothing inappropriate on the part of the cops. The ordered the protestors to disband and leave, several times, before taking any action and approached the protesters slowly and deliberately, they used sound, smoke and tear gas. Seemed like standard procedure for such an operation when the protesters are blocking a major street and fail to obey a police order. This is all after numerous buildings were recently burglarized in a looting mob action, and one--with massive gasoline tanks under the parking lot was torched.
Antonio French disobeyed a direct police order, and admitted doing so, as did several members of the media, do they think that they are above the law? What did they think would happen? If French is representative of the quality of black St Louis leadership, that's pretty sad.
I knew black folks had some problems, but this is really bad.
. Exactly !!!!!

“Now do whats right!”

Since: Jan 09

Doolittle, Mo.

#9 Aug 14, 2014
When police action begins to impede free speech {newsmen doing their jobs} we might just remember Tiannmea Square, China. "I knew blacks had some problems, but this is really bad" Are you referring to the dead young >unarmed< black man who was shot multiple times?
Pale Rider

United States

#13 Aug 14, 2014
CB can see both sides wrote:
When police action begins to impede free speech {newsmen doing their jobs} we might just remember Tiannmea Square, China. "I knew blacks had some problems, but this is really bad" Are you referring to the dead young >unarmed< black man who was shot multiple times?
I get out of the street and on the sidewalk when I'm told to do so. Pretty simple really.
TTU

Saint Louis, MO

#14 Aug 14, 2014
CB can see both sides wrote:
When police action begins to impede free speech {newsmen doing their jobs} we might just remember Tiannmea Square, China. "I knew blacks had some problems, but this is really bad" Are you referring to the dead young >unarmed< black man who was shot multiple times?
I was referring to the parade of black leaders I've seen in the media over the last few days. Although the two chaps in the FERG firehouse on Thursday were actually quite amusing. I liked their admiral uniforms.
Quit the double standard

Goodlettsville, TN

#15 Aug 14, 2014
Release the cops name. Double standard BS! The mother should know. This is insane. 2014. Sigh.
dtak

Murphysboro, IL

#17 Aug 15, 2014
If the protesters had to get up and go to work in the morning there wouldnt have been any riots.

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#18 Aug 15, 2014
Free speech does not include the right to steal anything not nailed down.

There is absolutely no merit in any protest that puts forth theft and the destruction of private property as a cure for a people's supposed grievances. Sometimes thugs are just thugs, and robbers are just robbers. They spend their weeks trying to find a reason to be thieves, and this occasion suits such animals well.
Prowd Tee Purty Membur

West Lafayette, IN

#20 Aug 15, 2014
TripleNegative wrote:
Free speech does not include the right to steal anything not nailed down.
There is absolutely no merit in any protest that puts forth theft and the destruction of private property as a cure for a people's supposed grievances. Sometimes thugs are just thugs, and robbers are just robbers. They spend their weeks trying to find a reason to be thieves, and this occasion suits such animals well.
I agree. To protest is very UnAmerican. Peeple should always obey authority. The government and its soldiers are never wrong. We must keep tite control of brown peeple. Thats what god wonts white peeple to do. Thats why as white peeple we must rule the earth. Jesus was a white man.

Pledge allegiance to authority.

Surrender to authority.

Authority is always right.

Bring back Jim Crowe!

Lern to speek and right english.

or get out of the grate USA!
Just Sayin

Belleville, IL

#21 Aug 15, 2014
Overt raceism has a long standing history in St. Louis. Not as bad as Cape, granted, but...
dtak

Murphysboro, IL

#23 Aug 15, 2014
Prowd Tee Purty Membur wrote:
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I agree. To protest is very UnAmerican. Peeple should always obey authority. The government and its soldiers are never wrong. We must keep tite control of brown peeple. Thats what god wonts white peeple to do. Thats why as white peeple we must rule the earth. Jesus was a white man.
Pledge allegiance to authority.
Surrender to authority.
Authority is always right.
Bring back Jim Crowe!
Lern to speek and right english.
or get out of the grate USA!
I wish you would!
WVa hillbilly

Kenova, WV

#24 Aug 15, 2014
Air_Force1 wrote:
Don't Worry About The Ferguson Police Chief:
He's in good hands we have access to his private data (Social Security #) Credit cards ,Health Data, Address ect... His wife and kids too. We even have the same on Judge Gary Kamp and any one else
we deem needed.
Sincerely,
SG-22 E-Com American Jihad ! a Bit was posted to let the chief know it's no joke we do in fact have ways and means teams.
How is Prosecutor Julie Hunter doing ? We all ready know that too.
STIR shyt and you will get it on you.I bet yo no is up too.
Guest

United States

#25 Aug 15, 2014
Just Sayin wrote:
Overt raceism has a long standing history in St. Louis. Not as bad as Cape, granted, but...
Overt idiocy has a longstanding history in St. Louis. Not as bad as in Cape, granted, but still Cape is full of idiots....always has, always will. That's why Cape's graduation rate is so low and crime rate is so high. And only Cape could figure out to take the college benefits out of a college town.
Open

Murphysboro, IL

#26 Aug 15, 2014
Guest wrote:
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Overt idiocy has a longstanding history in St. Louis. Not as bad as in Cape, granted, but still Cape is full of idiots....always has, always will. That's why Cape's graduation rate is so low and crime rate is so high.
A list of Missouri's 50 safest towns came out earlier this week. Check it out at http://www.safewise.com/blog/50-safest-cities...

You'll note that very few of them are republican strongholds...much less tea party strongholds like Cape is.

Wonder what that says about the right wing?

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