CHARGES FILED In Brawl Over Mike Brown Swag That Sent Granny to Hospital
In memory of Gentle Mike Brown – his parents Lesley McSpadden and step-dad Louis Head incited a riot in Ferguson after a grand jury refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
Louis Head screamed: “Burn this b*tch down.”
And dozens of Ferguson businesses were burnt to the ground.
Via Badger Pundit:
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In October Michael Brown’s mother, grandmother and auntie brawled on the corner of Canfield and West Florissant over the rights to T-shirt sales. Brown’s mother Leslie McSpadden reportedly assaulted and robbed grandmother Pearlie Gordon of $1,400.
T-shirts for sale at Michael Brown’s funeral.
Leslie McSpadden reportedly beat her mother-in-law in the head while she was on the ground.
Today two members of McSpadden’s posse were charged with assault in the beating of Mike Brown’s granny and her friends.
FOX 2 Now reported:
Two people face charges for a fight in Ferguson over the sale of commemorative Michael Brown shirts.
St. Louis County prosecutors on Tuesday filed felony second-degree assault charges against 35-year-old Latonya Ewings of St. Louis and 36-year-old Calvin Carter of Jennings.
Brown was fatally shot on Aug. 9, 2014, during a confrontation with Ferguson officer Darren Wilson. Wilson was not charged, but the shooting set off months of unrest.
In October, Tony Petty and Pearlie Gordon were selling “Justice for Mike Brown” merchandise. Gordon is the mother of Michael Brown Sr.’s wife.
Gordon told authorities they were rushed by a group of people, including Michael Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, who was opposed to the sale of the shirts. McSpadden has not been charged.