Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Witness says teen friend shot by Ferguson Cop 'like an animal'

FERGUSON, Mo. — A friend who was walking beside black teenager Michael Brown when he was killed by a police officer says the 18-year-old victim had turned and put his hands in the air when he was shot "like an animal" in the head and chest.

Dorian Johnson, who was finally summoned by police and FBI Wednesday to give his account of the weekend shooting, gave his dramatic account Tuesday to KSDK-TV reporter Farrah Fazal..usatoday.

Ferguson Police Shooting Witnesses - Michael Brown had raised his hands to surrender when the fatal shots occurred

WATCH LIVE: Ferguson Continues to Protest Michael Brown Shooting

Graphic Video - MOMENTS after  Police Shot Killed Mike Brown Body Ferguson Looting Riots

>Live Feed for riot and protest in Ferguson 

Ferguson Police Shooting Witnesses
Michael Brown had raised his hands to surrender when the fatal shots occurred 
FAA bans flights under 3000 feet in Ferguson
 “Hands up, don’t shoot!!”  Protests continue for fourth day as several hundred gather at St. Louis County prosecutor’s office
Riots in Ferguson, Missouri make news, but not the peaceful public mass meeting 

Send In the Clowns ! Sharpton Heads To Ferguson MO 

  Police Officer Caught On Video Calling Michael Brown Protesters 'F***ing Animals'

The tension in a St. Louis suburb following the shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager by a police officer was thrown into stark relief Sunday night in a video captured by CNN of a police officer yelling a derogatory phrase at protesters.
"Bring it, all you fucking animals! Bring it!" the officer said in the exchange.
Watch the CNN segment above.huffingtonpost


  1. Come on! As if blacks need a reason to torch, loot and steal.
    Photos all over of this 18yr old thug flashing gang signs.
    A bullet was inside the cop car. What does that tell you?
    There was an obvious struggle.
    Quit playing the race card. 90% of black males are killed by OTHER Black males!

    1. Good point. If there was a bullet inside the cop car it's most certainly not a simple matter of the kid being gunned down in cold blood. A thorough investigation needs occur before any conclusions are made (and I wouldn't be surprised if BOTH the cop and the kid were both at fault and didn't handle the situation the way they should've.)

  2. If the victim's friend is telling the truth it really does sound like the cop murdered this kid...

    Far too often cops think they have some special right to put their hands on fellow citizens just because they feel like it, but this is not and should not be a right they possess...

    Police must start training, and courts must start enforcing, a requirement that police MUST directly inform the subject that they are under arrest or that they are being detained and give them the opportunity to peacefully surrender, and if the subject does in-fact peacefully surrender then no physical force may be applied by the officer.

    There is zero need for cops to routinely batter citizens the way they routinely do.