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  • November 26, 2014 at 10:51am

    What started the ball rolling? The “strong-arm robbery” committed by Brown and his side kick.

    What is strong-arm robbery?
    Aja J. Williams, KSDK 5:49 a.m. CDT August 18, 2014
    (Photo: KSDK file)
    FERGUSON, Mo. – Friday, Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson released documents and images pertaining to a strong-arm robbery that happened shortly before shooting of Michael Brown.

    St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch gave the following definition for strong-arm robbery:

    “The use of physical force in a robbery. If someone is stealing, and another person makes an attempt to stop them, and then physical force is used to complete the act that is strong-arm robbery.

    It’s also called ‘robbery in the 2nd degree,’ and there is no weapon other than physical force used.

    If a weapon is used in a robbery, then the charge would be ‘robbery in the 1st degree.’”

  • [1] November 26, 2014 at 10:30am

    I would encourage everyone who thinks that Wilson acted wrongly to go out and find a thug who is 100 pounds heavier and younger and get in a fight. You will lose. Further, Wilson already knew, due to Brown’s attack on him while he was defenseless in the police car, that Brown could take him. Also, Wilson knew that Brown had already attempted to get his weapon and would do so if the opportunity were to arise. So, with Brown charging him (one hundred pounds heavier and loaded on marijuana) , in fear for his life, what was his other option. It is real easy to criticize but real hard to walk in the person you are criticizing(s) shoes. Personally, I believe the only person who had their civil rights violated was Officer Wilson!

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 3:19pm

    The media, Holder and BO must take some of the blame for this event. The media for sensationalizing the event. Holder and BO for not openly praising the way the American Court system worked. Shame on them all!

  • [15] November 25, 2014 at 9:17am

    I am a retired cop and I have nothing but contempt for the Mayor and Top Cop in regard to protecting the property of law abiding citizens from the rioters. This is nothing new as the cops were held back in the original riots. Rioters are criminals and they are learning that the Mayor and Chief of police have no stomach for doing the right thing!

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 9:07am

    You refuse to follow the physical evidence which was supported by even a doctor hired by Brown’s family. You are biased towards this cop. Maybe, if you ever have a need to call the police, you should call some rioters instead and see where that gets you.

  • [14] November 25, 2014 at 9:05am

    Cops are not public punching bags. They are charged with keeping order. All Brown had to do at any time during this incident was comply with the officer’s commands and he would be alive today, charged with strong-arm robbery of a convenience store but he chose instead to attack a police officer and it did not end well for him.

    A Grand Jury of the city’s residents has spoken but due to the preconceived notions of the rioters it was not enough. Shame on the media for reporting misleading information, shame on the rioters for victimizing innocent citizens and shame on the police for not locking up every single one of the law breaking rioters!

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  • [8] November 25, 2014 at 8:47am

    This is a clear bias towards police officers. The Grand Jury has spoken so she is factually incorrect. If a person made a statement like hers based upon race, it would constitute racism. She is totally wrong but the liberal hosts fail to correct her. Disgusting!

  • November 23, 2014 at 11:41am

    They should wait for either rain or a polar vortex because criminals don’t like to go out in those types of weather.

  • November 23, 2014 at 11:40am

    This is actually a pretty clear cut case for acquittal. At any point during the chain of events that led up to the fleeing felon being shot all Brown had to do was submit to the officer’s commands. Brown strong-arm robs a store, he is stopped by officer Wilson, he attacks officer Wilson and a gun is fired in Wilson’s car (all verified by forensics), Wilson goes after the fleeing felon and Brown turns and advances on Wilson, Brown does not stop (Brown is loaded on marijuana) finally Wilson shoots Brown (Brown did not have his hands up which is verified by the bullet pattern). Is there any doubt in anyone’s mind that if Wilson engaged in hand-to-hand with Brown, Wilson would lose?

    I think every one of the Ferguson cops should resign in protest to the way the community and the Obama Administration has reacted to this shooting. Let the Community hire thugs as police officer and see how that works out for the community!

  • [1] November 22, 2014 at 10:37am

    Why is it that the MSM only reports the race of a suspect when the suspect is white and the (supposed) victim is black. It is so blatant that it cannot be ignored. If the suspect is black, you have to look to the local press to get to the race involved. How biased is that?

  • [11] November 22, 2014 at 9:25am

    When will Holder and Obama comment on the injustice of this man and his wife being subjected to a home invasion? If a cop had shot the fleeing, armed felon we would have riots. This stuff is crazy!

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  • November 21, 2014 at 8:50am

    Maybe the change that Michael Brown Sr. is speaking about would be for young thugs to realize that if you rob a store, beat the store attendant, beat on a cop, and then threaten the cop physically, there is a good likelihood that you will be shot! Cops do not have to engage in a physical confrontation that they will likely lose.

  • [2] November 20, 2014 at 8:45am

    One accuser, maybe it is BS, but when you have multiple accusers alleging the same MO, then you must give credence their allegations.

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  • [4] November 19, 2014 at 8:18pm

    What do you expect of cops? They are not super humans they are citizens who wear badges. Where were the family members who knew this man was mentally ill and who should have kept an eye on him? The dead man would have seriously injured the cop if he had not used deadly force. Grow up!

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  • [1] November 19, 2014 at 8:39am

    When was the last time you heard a lib use the term “Global Warming”? If it was all about the science then, why is it now called “climate change”? Either the science that Gore et. al. was shoving down our throats (for personal profit) was junk or he (they) were just plain wrong. The cooling trend right now has nothing to do with any man made emissions but has everything to do with the sun’s heat output. Wise up libs!

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  • [2] November 18, 2014 at 9:55am

    In Ferguson, they better get some upper management with some courage. Keeping the street cops from protecting citizens against rioters just because the rioters are black is disgusting. If they cannot act as cops then they should resign. Any innocent blood will be on their hands if they do not protect their citizens. Making citizens protect themselves is unconscionable.

  • [8] November 18, 2014 at 9:45am

    A large part orf this phoney anger about a fleeing felon getting shot for disobeying the lawful orders of a policeman are the result of Eric Holder and Barack Obama giving support to the rioters. Both of them should have explained why the dirtbag was shot but instead they put the whole thing on the police officer and police department. Any innocent blood due to any riots will be on their hands!

  • [-2] November 16, 2014 at 11:16am

    Maybe you should become a cop? Not!

  • [5] November 16, 2014 at 11:15am

    When you have a huge perp who is on drugs, these things escalate quickly. Wilson (in retrospect), probably should have kept the “gentle giant” under surveillance until backup arrived but on the other hand, Wilson did not know that Brown would be so aggressive. Keep in mind that Brown was fully aware that he had just robbed a convenience store and would be arrested, that explained his violent behavior towards Wilson. Bottomline, Wilson was the cop and Brown was legally bound to obey his commands and did not.

  • [5] November 15, 2014 at 10:22am

    Can you say, “Nut case!”

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