RIOTS AFTER GRAND JURY ANNOUNCEMENT – Ferguson – Police Using Deadly Force On Protesters Without Warning.
Buildings in Ferguson, Missouri burn as riots follow the Grand Jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown.
Firefighters are trying to extinguish the many fires that have been set by protesters furious and disappointed about the decision that was announced on November 24, freeing officer Wilson of any further charges.
Officers have warned they will not hesitate to use deadly force on any protesters unwilling to comply with their orders. Deadly force according to the Code of Federal Regulations, means that force which a reasonable person would consider likely to cause death or serious bodily harm. It’s use under this code they will justify their actions of extreme necessity, without first using lesser means.
Officers will have their choice of which weapon they will use for whatever situations they may face without fear of being prosecuted. They have been given authority to use whatever measures they deem appropriate, taking protesters dead or alive. They will be armed with rubber bullets, wooden bullets, tasers, pepper spray, tear gas and of course hand guns and assault rifles.
Advice from authorities is “either stay home or act right.”
Video footage taken shows the violence happening right, now not only in Missouri, but across the country as people react to the decision.