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Thuggin' Like Michael

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Thuggin' is evidently a family tradition :laugh:

 

I know this story isn't breaking news but it's still pretty funny and I'm bored

 

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http://www.******************/file/brown-family-brawl

 

 

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NOVEMBER 6--A police report detailing a fight last month between members of Michael Brown’s family over the sale of commemorative t-shirts identifies the late teenager’s mother as one of the “attackers” who beat and robbed vendors selling the merchandise from a tent in a Ferguson, Missouri parking lot.

 

A copy of the Ferguson Police Department report was provided yesterday by city attorney Stephanie Karr. When TSG requested the document two weeks ago, Karr noted that Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, was “described in the report” and had “specifically requested that the report be withheld from the media.”

 

Karr added, “Knowing this, do you still want a copy of the report?”

 

The violent October 18 ransacking--which police have classified as felony armed robbery--remains under active investigation, said Karr. “No charges have been filed yet and no decision about charges will be made until the investigation is concluded,” the lawyer told TSG yesterday.

 

The police probe of the attack, which left one victim hospitalized, is occurring at the same time a grand jury is weighing possible criminal charges against the Ferguson cop who shot the unarmed Brown during an August confrontation.

 

According to the report, Pearlie Gordon, 54, and two men were selling “Justice for Mike Brown” merchandise on a Saturday afternoon when “a large group of about 20-30 subjects 'jumped out of vehicles and rushed them.’” Gordon is the mother-in-law of Michael Brown Sr., McSpadden's ex-husband.

 

Gordon told police that McSpadden, 34, approached her and said, “You can’t sell this ****.” Gordon replied, according to the report, that “unless McSpadden could produce documentation stating that she had a patent on her son’s name she (Gordon) was going to continue to sell her merchandise.”

 

McSpadden’s mother, Desureia Harris, began to rip down t-shirts hanging on a line, Gordon told officers. Then, she added, other members of the group began “tearing her booth apart.” Gordon (seen at left) said that during the melee she was repeatedly struck in the head and knocked to the ground.

 

At one point, Gordon recalled, she heard McSpadden “yell to an unknown subject, 'That’s Calvina’s mom, get her ass.” [Calvina is the first name of Michael Brown Sr.'s wife.] “McSpadden then ran up and punched Gordon,” according to the report.

 

Gordon’s male associates were also beaten--reportedly with a pipe--during the confrontation, and one of the men was transported by EMS workers to a local hospital for treatment of “injuries sustained during the assault.”

 

Gordon identified McSpadden (seen below), McSpadden's spouse, Harris, and several others as the “attackers.” More than $1500 in merchandise and $400 in cash “was stolen by unknown subjects” who fled before police arrived, the report notes.

 

A witness whose name was redacted from the report told cops that she watched the attack from her car while at a red signal. The woman said she saw several individuals enter the tent from opposite sides and begin “assaulting (punching) the vendors.”

 

The witness said that she began recording the incident and “would provide this department with a copy of the video via e-mail.” However, as cops noted, the witness had not provided the video or a witness statement at the time of the report’s preparation.

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MICHAEL BROWN'S MOM HEADED TO GENEVA TO REQUEST UN INTERVENTION IN FERGUSON

 

 

Are UN blue helmets about to march down Elizabeth Avenue in Ferguson, Missouri? They would have to be sent by the UN Security Council where the U.S. has a veto, so that’s unlikely. But Lesley McSpadden, mother of Michael Brown, the unarmed young man killed by a Ferguson police officer, is requesting UN intervention in the city.

Ferguson could be visited by UN Special Rapporteurs, official investigators who would examine what advocates see as the inherent racism in the police force in Ferguson. Depending on who's telling the story, Brown was either hands-up trying to surrender or inside the police car pummeling the officer. If Michael Brown’s mother has her way, the UN will intervene sooner rather than later because next week, she’s traveling to Geneva, Switzerland, to complain to the UN Convention Against Torture about her son’s shooting and the militarized police response to the ensuing violence.

Over two days next week, the ten-member Committee Against Torture will grill the U.S. government about U.S. implementation of the treaty, which was signed by Ronald Reagan in 1988 and received Senate consent in 1998. The treaty defines torture as the deliberate infliction of pain and suffering by a government official for the purpose of eliciting information or inflicting punishment.

McSpadden, who has been accused of robbing her own mother-in-law over t-shirt sales, is being sponsored by the U.S. Human Rights Network, a coalition of left-wing pressure groups, including the Women’s All Points Bulletin, Worker’s Center for Racial Justice, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Women of Color United, and dozens of others.

Organizers say Brown and his family have not received justice from the local, state, or federal government and that the trip to Geneva “is meant to make a case, to as wide an audience as possible, that both Brown's killing and the militarized police response to protesters demanding justice for him, are a matter of human rights.”

According to Vice News, Justin Hansford, a law professor at the Jesuit-run Saint Louis University, who authored a “shadow report” to the torture committee, said, "It's actually covered by article one of the convention against torture. When the government has all the guns, all the force, and when they can kill people with impunity and without fear of being found guilty of a crime, that's a classic example of state violence."

Hansford told Vice News, "You see this in dictatorships and regimes where they do this to their own citizens and they get away with it.” He compared the killing of Brown to the murder of Emmett Till and said Brown’s killing was similar to lynchings, “when black bodies were on display as a form of intimidation.”

Organizers have put up a website called Ferguson to Geneva, where they are asking for $11,000 to make the trip.

A verdict from the grand jury is expected in the coming days, and St. Louis is braced for widespread violence, as the grand jury is expected not to indict the officer. Businesses are boarding up, people are leaving town, police families are decamping for safer areas, and “Surviving civil unrest” memes are popping up on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

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Thugs raising thugs wanting their version of justice.....it's ok for us to loot, pillage, and burn......but you're wrong for holding us responsible (it's the white man's fault!!!). Ridiculous. Watch....they'll burn the place to the ground if the cop's not indited, then expect taxpayer money to rebuild the neighborhood.:mad::mad::mad: If Obama lets the UN get involved then he needs to be impeached. Period. I think if you're charged with a felony you can't leave the state....much less the country. Is this correct? I think bond can be revoked also if there's a possibility of flight to avoid prosecution. Wouldn't it be a hoot if she skipped after the left-wingers fly her criminal arse to Geneva!!!!:blackeye:

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Thugs raising thugs wanting their version of justice.....it's ok for us to loot, pillage, and burn......but you're wrong for holding us responsible (it's the white man's fault!!!). Ridiculous. Watch....they'll burn the place to the ground if the cop's not indited, then expect taxpayer money to rebuild the neighborhood.:mad::mad::mad: If Obama lets the UN get involved then he needs to be impeached. Period. I think if you're charged with a felony you can't leave the state....much less the country. Is this correct? I think bond can be revoked also if there's a possibility of flight to avoid prosecution. Wouldn't it be a hoot if she skipped after the left-wingers fly her criminal arse to Geneva!!!!:blackeye:

 

 

Honestly, it actually never ends good for these people. look at the way they live, talk, act, exist, etc......... having nothing, getting it all on the cuff and living like a lowlife. do you think deep down they might wonder and wish to be normal? I do and have proved it working in a jail. I used to have a lot of conversations with piles of crap and learned a lot about them. they cry alone at night when nobody is looking, trust me..............

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