Ferguson protesters write officer's name on pig's head
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Ferguson protesters are using a roasted pig's head with a police officer's name written on it during a demonstration marking the eve of the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown's shooting death.
After a peaceful march during the day, hundreds of protesters converged outside the police department after 10 p.m. They carved and ate from the pig's head, which was placed on a concrete barrier near the building. Someone had scrawled the name "Darren Wilson" on the animal.
Wilson wasn't charged in the Aug. 9, 2014, shooting of the black 18-year-old, whose death galvanized the "Black Lives Matter" movement and months of protests in the St. Louis suburb and beyond.
About a dozen officers stood watch outside while many others were stationed inside police department.First, hands up, don't shoot was always based on a LIE and the Black Lives Matter group is based on a 4 Pinocchio LIE
Then again, the hands up don't shoot LIE was evident from the VERY beginning....
Remember the 'gentle giant' that was really a thug, a strong arm robber and aspiring cop-killer ?
Only a community of hyphenated-half-wits led by pathetic parents would seek to memorialize this thug's life and lies about this thug that caused the destruction of the city. In memory of Michael Brown, Pants Up, Don't Loot!