Ferguson police kill suspect on anniversary of Michael Brown death

Ferguson police shot a man on Sunday after he allegedly fired on plainclothes officers in the town marking the one-year anniversary of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown’s fatal shooting. U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch condemned the attack on the officers and other violence that occurred during what was supposed to be peaceful weekend commemorations in Ferguson, Missouri. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar reported … Continue reading Ferguson police kill suspect on anniversary of Michael Brown death

Ferguson officials charge 20-year old with shooting police

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch announced on Sunday that 20-year-old protester Jeffrey Williams is charged with two counts of assault and three counts of armed criminal action. Williams lives north ofFerguson and is now being held on $300,000 bond, according to police. During a news conference, McCulloch said that Williams admitted to firing the shots but said he was having an argument with … Continue reading Ferguson officials charge 20-year old with shooting police

Michael Brown’s stepfather possibly facing charges for ‘inciting a riot’

Ferguson police are considering charging Michael Brown’s stepfather for his actions after the announcement from the grand jury on not indicting Darren Wilson. Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson told CNN, early Tuesday. On November 24, Louis Head screamed, “Burn this — down” to a crowd after St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the decision by the grand jury. No charges have been formally filed but … Continue reading Michael Brown’s stepfather possibly facing charges for ‘inciting a riot’

Darren Wilson will not receive severance package

Former police officer Darren Wilson who resigned yesterday after killing a unarmed black teen, which ignited months of violent protests in Ferguson is not receiving a severance package. Mayor James Knowles spoke with reporters Monday after Wilson tendered his resignation, which was effective immediately. His resignation comes a week after a grand jury decided not to indict him on criminal charges. Michael Brown’s family attorney … Continue reading Darren Wilson will not receive severance package

Recent reports detail Ferguson assasination plot

Thursday morning, St. Louis Post-Dispatch released a report that two men were arrested for attempting to assassinate Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson and the local prosecutor. Jackson spoke to NBC News telling them he was warned about a plot but did not know the details and this was not the first threat against his life. The two men charged are Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Ali … Continue reading Recent reports detail Ferguson assasination plot

Missouri governor calls for more National Guard troops in Ferguson

After an evening of chaos in Ferguson, Missouri, Governor Jay Nixon on Tuesday tripled the number of the National Guard forces patrolling the area. Tensions were high as darkness fell and troops and police were out in force. Four people including one woman was detained in front of the Police Department where most of the extreme protesting took place. In comparison to Monday’s riots, the … Continue reading Missouri governor calls for more National Guard troops in Ferguson

Dick Cheney disgusted by Pres. Obama’s address to U.N.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney appeared on Hannity and criticized President Obama’s address to the United Nations in which he compared the unrest in the Middle East to the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. (Read More…) Have you checked out our book of the month? New Book by @Scottie Hughes   Continue reading Dick Cheney disgusted by Pres. Obama’s address to U.N.

Justice Department investigating Ferguson Police

Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice notified Ferguson Police Department officials that the federal government would launch an investigation into the policing procedures displayed during the Ferguson incident. According to CNN, the civil rights division of the Justice Department is preparing to launch the investigation. The probe will go beyond a previously announced investigation into the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown … Continue reading Justice Department investigating Ferguson Police

White House conducting review of military equipment being sent to police forces

White House to review military equipment being sent to police After massive riots in Ferguson and Police wearing and using military equipment, The White House is weighing whether the federal government should continue to arm local police departments. The review will consider whether the government should continue to provide military grade equipment and if whether local police have sufficient training to use the equipment. The … Continue reading White House conducting review of military equipment being sent to police forces