Louis Head, an ex-con who is married to Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, was with McSpadden outside the Ferguson Police Department headquarters Monday evening as prosecutor Robert McCulloch disclosed that a grand jury declined to vote an indictment against Officer Darren Wilson in the August 9 shooting.
After consoling a weeping McSpadden, the 38-year-old Head–who was standing atop a platform in the middle of the agitated crowd of several hundred protesters–began screaming “Burn this b**** down!” He did this at least ten times, and at one point yelled for a microphone so that he could broadcast his incendiary message beyond the range of his unamplified voice.
While trying to incite the crowd, Head (pictured above) was wearing a commemorative t-shirt with the words “I Am Mike Brown” and a beanie, both of which bore a silkscreened photo of Brown in his high school cap and gown.
In the days preceding the grand jury announcement, McSpadden and Michael Brown, Sr. issued statements calling for peaceful protests in the wake of the panel’s decision. Head, however, counseled arson. After a night of chaos and rioting in Ferguson, at least 10 businesses and two police cars were destroyed or damaged by fire, and 61 individuals were arrested.
Head is an ex-convict whose rap sheet includes two felony narcotics convictions, according to state records. He pleaded guilty in 1997 to a marijuana distribution charge and was put in a shock incarceration program and placed on probation for five years. After violating probation, Head’s release was revoked and he was remanded to state prison.
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The Planned Parenthood abortion business is aggressively opposing the decision in Ferguson, Missouri by a grand jury to not bring an indictment of a police officer who shot an African-American man.
The decision not to bring charges has sparked more racial tensions nationwide, and some black residents of the small Missouri town last night engaged in violence and illegal activities, ranging from arson to burglary to respond to the decision.
Though the events in Ferguson have nothing to do with abortion, Planned Parenthood and its pro-abortion CEO Cecile Richards have been very active on Twitter condemning the decision and stoking the racial divide. Ironically, as the abortion giant jumps in the debate, it makes no mention of the fact that it preys on black Americans and aborts black babies at alarming rates.
Planned Parenthood claims that “black lives matter” but that apparently doesn’t apply to black unborn children.
In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in the Big Apple, according to a report by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The targeting of black babies in abortion is not limited to New York City. According to the CDC, a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted in New Jersey (55.9 percent), the District of Columbia (64.8 percent) and Georgia (73.2 percent).
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The majority of stores that were damaged or completely destroyed during Monday night’s violent riots in Ferguson were minority owned. Fire Departments around the St. Louis County Area put out 25 structural fires caused by vandals and looters following the announcement from the grand jury that Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the death of Mike Brown.
The Walgreens, located at the intersection of Hereford Avenue and North Florissant Road, was completely engulfed in the flames around 10:00 Monday night.
Roughly 30 minutes later, the Little Caesars at 200 North Florissant Road was fully engulfed in flames. The St. Louis Fish and Chicken Grill was also on fire.
The Beauty Town/JC Wireless store, the Public Storage facility, Sams Meat Market, Fashions R Boutique, Title Max, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Autozone, Advanced Auto Parts, Heal STL and Red’s BBQ, all of which are located at West Florissant Avenue, were also set on fire during the riots.
The Dellwood City Hall was also set on fire overnight.
In total, firefighters said around 25 buildings were set on fire.
Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, Rodney King,
John Crawford III–Shot by a white cop while carrying a toy gun, in the toy section, pointed at the ground, in Wal-Mart. The shooting was ruled “justified” by local law enforcement.
Amadou Diallo–23-year-old immigrant from Guinea. Outside his apartment he was surrounded by white cops who asked his identity, he reached for his wallet to show them his ID and was the cops opened fire. Of the 41 shots fired, 19 hit Diallo. The cops were cleared of any wrongdoing.
Kendrec McDade–19 was chased by cops looking for an armed robber. McDade, on foot, was shot by a white officer who was driving his squad car. Once stopped the other white officer approached McDade and fired several more shots at the kneeling victim. McDade’s family reports that he still didn’t die immediately, but bled to death as he lay handcuffed, while the officers refused to call for an ambulance.
New Beginnings Church member, Bruce Rauner and Pastor Corey Brooks. New Beginnings Church was vandalized and Pastor Brooks received death threats after he announced his support for Republican candidate for governor of Illinois, Bruce Rauner.