#MikeBrown Protesters Storm City Hall – Eat Pepper Spray – Three Arrested (Video)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 2:12 PM

Police pepper sprayed Ferguson-Mike Brwon protesters today who tried to push their way into City Hall.
mike brown mob st. louis

Bummer.

Three were arrested.

 

 

Canfield Drive – Site of Mike Brown Shooting – Becomes ‘No Go Zone’ for Reporters #Ferguson

Posted by Kristinn Taylor on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 1:43 PM

Canfield Drive Becomes ‘No Go Zone” for Roaming Reporters
darren wilson shooting

In Ferguson, Missouri, the site on Canfield Drive where robber Michael Brown was shot dead by white police officer Darren Wilson is becoming a ‘no go zone’ for reporters.

As The Gateway Pundit reported Tuesday night several reporters were threatened and then robbed at gunpoint by people gathered at Canfield Drive to protest the grand jury decision to not indict Wilson in the August shooting of Brown.

Paul Hampel, a reporter for the St Louis Post Dispatch reported Tuesday he was told to leave Canfield Drive if he wanted to “leave alive”.

Later a group of reporters was attacked by a mob of masked protesters who threatened them with guns and hammers and carjacked one reporter’s Prius. The Prius was later burned by the mob.

About two hours before the carjacking Hampel posted a Vine video, seen above, that shows masked protesters at the Canfield Drive memorial.

The Riverfront Times reported a detailed account of the carjacking and robbery of a group of four reporters Tuesday.

“Emily Molli, a freelancer filing for Chinese network Xinhua News Agency, said she was standing behind the camera while her colleague Marcus DiPaola was filming. She said she saw a large group of young men wearing masks and carrying guns walk towards them.

“”They got closer and then I heard them say, ‘Turn the camera off, turn the camera off,” Molli told Daily RFT. “They came sort of at us and tried to grab the camera.”

“The crew packed up and began walking to their car, but Molli and DiPaola said the men followed them, yelling. The reporters managed to make it inside their Prius before the group caught up and began smashing the windows.

“”One guy pulled [the car door] back open, got a gun out of his backpack and pointed it at my head. He tells me to get out of the car and give me the keys,” said Molli. “That’s what I did.”

“”Fifteen to twenty males followed us with guns and hammers out,” confirmed DiPaola. “Every single one of them had masks on.””

The reporter who was carjacked, Marcus DiPaolo, reported Wednesday that when he went with a Fox News crew to Canfield Drive to check out his burnt vehicle, they saw a mob gathering to “get them” so they fled in fear of being attacked.

CNN reporters Jason Carroll and Don Lemon spoke Tuesday night about censoring their reports to help make the protesters look better to the public.

LEMON: So, Jason, my question was really, these are, wondering if these are people who want their voices to be heard or if these were just people who are agitators. You are right. If it is people who are agitators then you don’t want to give them any more publicity. There are many people there who just want their voices heard. Those, those guys are not those people, correct?

CARROLL: That is correct. Absolutely. Those are the kind of people — as you know, you get a mixed bag sometimes in these groups of demonstrators. But most of the people who are out here are out here because — they want to voice their support for Michael Brown and his family. Those who came up to us, those were not those people, they had a different agenda. So that’s why I feel as though it’s really not worth getting into what their agenda was. It’s not important.

DiPaolo posted this warning to reporters last night after being attacked:

 

DeAndre Joshua Shot Dead in #Ferguson Riots – Was Good Friend of Murder Witness Dorian Johnson

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 10:37 AM

On Monday night 20 year-old DeAndre Joshua was shot dead in Ferguson.
His charred body was found in a car on Canfield Drive just yards from where Michael Brown was shot dead.
deandre joshua
Casualty: DeAndre Joshua, 20. was found ‘shot’ dead in his car in Ferguson, as the St Louis suburb descended into violence in the wake of the decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson over the killing of Michael Brown. (Daily Mail)

CNN reported: Joshua had been shot in the head, police said. An accelerant was used to light him on fire, but the fire went out on its own, police said. He had burns to his arm, fingers and both legs.

USA Today reported on his brutal murder.

Amid the rubble and ashes of a city convulsed in anger over the death of Michael Brown, a different family stood in shock and grief over the death of another young black man: DeAndre Joshua, 20.

At 9 a.m. Tuesday, a resident of an apartment complex spotted Joshua’s body inside a parked car, a white Pontiac Grand Prix, near Canfield Green Apartments, the same complex where Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson shot Brown on Aug. 9. Blood-soaked shattered glass lay in a pile on the ground beside the car.

Family members said Joshua’s death is tied to the protests that consumed Ferguson after St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch revealed the grand jury’s decision not to indict Wilson. But family members said they did not know specifically how he died.

DeAndre was reportedly a friend of Dorian Johnson – Michael Brown’s buddy.

Dorian Johnson, Michael Brown’s friend and accomplice, wrote about Joshua yesterday after his death.
dorian deandre

 

MUST SEE VIDEO>>> #Ferguson Protester Lights Himself on Fire While Chucking Molotov Cocktail

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 10:15 AM

Here’s your feel good video of the day…
A Ferguson protester lit himself on fire when he chucked a Molotov cocktail at a police car.
ferguson molotov

Pity.

The police car was later torched by the mob.
car torched ferguson

 

CNN Admits Censoring #Ferguson Reports; Media Ignores Armed Attacks on Reporters

Posted by Kristinn Taylor on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 10:10 AM

We report, you decide? Not at CNN.

Late Tuesday night two CNN reporters in Ferguson, Missouri, Jason Carroll and Don Lemon spoke about not reporting on certain elements of the crowds protesting and rioting because the reporters said they did not fit the agenda of peaceful supporters of the Brown family.

The crowds were protesting the grand jury decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting of robber Michael Brown.

Tuesday night in Ferguson saw reporters robbed and carjacked at gunpoint, but those reports didn’t make it on air by other reporters with an agenda to protect the reputation of the protesters.

It appears CNN is not alone in censoring reports on the Ferguson protests. A Google News search shows no reports on the carjacking. Outside of The Gateway Pundit and Twitchy, the local Riverfront Times was the only media outlet Tuesday night to report on the armed attacks on reporters.

Speaking in the 10 p.m. CST hour on CNN, Jason Carroll spoke about his decision to censor his on scene reporting in Ferguson. Host Don Lemon discussed the decision with Carroll and agreed:

Transcript by CNN

LEMON: Jason, I want to ask you something because, you know, there are people were talking to you. Of course, we don’t want profanity or expletives on television if we could avoid them. But what’s the sentiment? What were those men saying to you, the protesters?

CARROLL: They were angry. I don’t want to give them the publicity to be honest. It is really — I mean, people, certain people have an agenda that’s separate from what some of the protesters, who are peaceful, who are coming out here, trying to demonstrate on behalf of Michael Brown’s family.

Those people who came up to us that was not their agenda so I don’t think it’s really worth giving them publicity. I think it’s far more important to focus on what is happening out here, those who are passionate about Michael Brown’s family. Those were passionate about Darren Wilson and his belief.

In terms of the police response, that’s what we are dealing with here, right now, trying to get a handle on the situation. Again, earlier tonight, it was a different tone. Much more peaceful than what we had seen, the previous night. It was a smaller group tonight by and large.

Most of the people who came out here tonight were peaceful. It was definitely a smaller group that they broke off in front of the Ferguson Police Department, came up the street, South Florissant, to where we are now.

Tried to overturn this police cruiser and as soon as police came in, they stopped. They tried to set it on fire. Once again, Don, much more aggressive response that we saw, quicker response tonight to try to make sure they didn’t see a repeat of (inaudible).

LEMON: So, Jason, my question was really, these are, wondering if these are people who want their voices to be heard or if these were just people who are agitators. You are right. If it is people who are agitators then you don’t want to give them any more publicity. There are many people there who just want their voices heard. Those, those guys are not those people, correct?

CARROLL: That is correct. Absolutely. Those are the kind of people — as you know, you get a mixed bag sometimes in these groups of demonstrators. But most of the people who are out here are out here because — they want to voice their support for Michael Brown and his family.

Those who came up to us, those were not those people, they had a different agenda. So that’s why I feel as though it’s really not worth getting into what their agenda was. It’s not important.

What’s important is those people who were out here in support of Michael Brown or those people who are maybe sitting at home and support the officer Darren Wilson. It’s I think what the community is going to have to grapple with going forward.

It’s finding a way to bring those two camps together with a backdrop of dealing with things like we are looking at right now.

 

Ferguson Business Owner GOES OFF on Governor Nixon: He Was Not There For Us! (Video)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 9:48 AM

torched shop ferguson
Businesses burned in Ferguson on Monday.
The Missouri National Guard was nowhere to be seen.

A Ferguson business owner went off on Missouri Governor Jay Nixon after he abandoned them AGAIN on Monday.

At least 18 Ferguson businesses were torched during the rioting and looting after the grand jury decision.
Business owner Ruffina Farrokh Anklesaria was outraged:

“The leaders need to get up, stand up and act! Don’t talk about it and have a press conference. We don’t care what they have to say to us. Protect us when we need it! Governor Nixon was not there for us! He promised this would not happen again in August. And it happened again!”

Via America’s Newsroom:

 

Brown Family “Profoundly Disappointed” With Grand Jury Decision …(Burn This B*tch Down)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 9:03 AM

The Brown family released a statement following the St. Louis County grand jury decision on their son’s death.

The Brown family said they were “profoundly disappointed” that Officer Darren Wilson walked.
brown family statement

The family then went out on the street and urged protesters to “Burn this b*tch down!”
(**Warning on Language)

 

PHOTOS: Parents Take Their Kids to #Ferguson to Take Part in Looting Spree

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 8:21 AM

This really happened.
kids looting
And parent of the year award goes to:
The parents who took their kid looting at Ferguson Meat and Liquor Store.

More…

 

Twitter Shuts Down Charles Johnson’s Account After Report on Louis Head

Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, 12:40 AM

The New York Times was allowed to publish the address of a police officer in a murder trial.

But tonight journalist Charles Johnson had his Twitter account suspended after he tweeted about Michael Brown’s step-dad Louis Head.

Yesterday Louis Head incited a riot by telling protesters – “Let’s burn this b*tch down!”

Tonight Charles Johnson reported that Louis Head was a former Blood gangbanger.

head gangbanger

It must have upset the Twitterverse.
Late tonight his Twitter account was suspended.

 

#Ferguson Mob Erupts Again – Police Car Flipped & Torched – Stores Looted (Video)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 10:29 PM

The protests were relatively peaceful tonight in Ferguson – except for those reporters who was robbed, carjacked and mugged.

That all changed around 10:00 PM.
The mob broke apart and started marching on North Florissant.

Hat Tip Kenny

The Dellwood Market was looted again tonight.

Police Scanner: North Florissant Walgreens is being looted.

Police are calling for protesters to leave the area.

UPDATE: High speed chase in Ferguson – 100 mph on Interstate 270!

UPDATE: Protester reasoning: They want their cars burned.

UPDATE: Video of Police car flipped and torched.
Via The News Commenter:

 



 
 

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