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Saturday, August 16, 2014

DOJ Told Ferguson Police Not To Show Mike Brown’s Robbery Video

Surveillance video allegedly showing Mike Brown stealing ‘rellos from a convenience store may have been released sooner if the Department of Justice did not tell the local police to keep it to themselves, saying that it would “increase tensions in the community.”

A note to the DOJ: Transparency is always the best policy.

In a written statement, the Brown family said in part,
The prolonged release of the officer’s name and then the subsequent alleged information regarding a robbery is the reason why the family and the local community have such distrust for the local law enforcement agencies.


Anonymous said...

Oh I get it-the truth and the whole story "will increase tensions in the community."
Of course it will, because "the community" wants everyone to think this guy was on his way to the seminary to become a priest.

Anonymous said...

The police should be shooting as those looters are coming out of the broken into stores...they have faces covered so can't claim they shot them because they were black!!! Shoot'em down for stealing and fleeing then worry about their race once they stopped them from stealing!

Look it up said...

Some Store Owners armed themselves and prevented THEFT, but the Obama news will not tell you that....

Anonymous said...

Another DOJ race cover up...just like the Philly black panther case.