Monday: Ferguson grand jury in?

PULL UP YOUR PANTSSt Louis County has promised local law enforcement a 48-hour “heads-up” prior to the official release of its grand jury results regarding prosecution of former Ferguson Police Department (MO) Officer Dennis Wilson, whose likeness I shall not post here.  The media already has a sufficient number of photographs of Officer Wilson and his home with its address and surrounding neighborhood.

In the meantime, as I write this ahead (it is Sunday night at roughly 9 PM Pacific), Ferguson is already at a boil — certainly not assisted by the loving New Black Panthers and the overall delay of the decision.

It’s as if the blacks extant cannot wait to riot and cork off.  Frankly, I believe that to be true, no matter the decision.

Further, a young black Marine says: pull your damned pants up.

A challenge unaccepted and refuted in Ferguson, Missouri.

PreparationIs this what preparation looks like in Ferguson?

Ferguson MO MessageIt’s so sad that it has to come down to that.



Pushing the envelope: Ken Block’s Gymkhana 7 – wild in the streets of LA

The human being has always pushed the envelope into and beyond the realms of danger. This is one in a continuing series of posts displaying how restless Man is with the mundane and how he purposely crosses the threshold into danger willingly — and sometimes unwillingly.

If you enjoyed Ken Block’s prior run through San Francisco, you’ll also enjoy:

Wonderful stuff, eh wot?

Nice trubute by LAPD of OJ’s low-speed pursuit.



Peaceful New Black Panther members harassed by FBI

From the

FBI arrests 2 New Black Panther members in Ferguson bomb plot

by Reuters

FERGUSON Mo. – Two men suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested on Friday and charged with federal firearms offenses, a law enforcement official told Reuters.

Word of the arrests, reported by a number of media outlets Friday, came ahead of the grand jury’s widely anticipated decision on whether the white police officer who fatally shot Brown, an unarmed black teenager, should be indicted on criminal charges.

Civil rights attorneys, who have flooded the region surrounding Ferguson literally by the hundreds, are present specifically for the purpose of filing suits against local officers involved in whatever disturbances may result following the grand jury announcement.  Good for them.

The FBI is obviously making a rather large mistake by thinking these two individuals, misunderstood, were truly going to attempt to harm persons or officers in or near Ferguson.

That can’t be.  Blacks aren’t racist and blacks aren’t violent.  And they certainly wouldn’t attempt to fan the flames of unrest in an area packed with easily inflamed tinder.  That is racist thinking.