Anonymous – Operation Ferguson #OpFerguson

Anonymous – Operation Ferguson #OpFerguson

 

Author: Angela Grant

I am a first generation Jamaican immigrant whose experiences and accomplishments were made possible by the courage, sacrifices and the heroic acts of many whose bodies have rotted away in unmarked graves. Those are my heroes. Their sacrifices and death paved the way for my children and I. Failure to Listen is a token of my eternal gratitude. Failure to Listen is a tribute those generations of unmarked graves occupied by people of all races whose ultimate sacrifice of life opened the door for me and others, THANK YOU. Failure to Listen https://failuretolisten.wordpress.com/ uses cultural lenses to appreciate and understand the relationships between current events and our values, beliefs and attitudes. Culture is everything without it we are nothing. Failure to Listen will take you on a journey to recognize the beauty of our differences as the seeds to creativity, innovation and resolving disparities. By sharing my personal and professional experiences, I hope to do justice to the perspectives of those who are rarely heard or listened to. This site is not to incite anger but rather to provoke thought. It is my hope that Failure to Listen will work to foster intergroup dialogues and motivate readers to step outside the box and get to know ALL PEOPLE. In the spirit of Martin Luther King, let's join hands and remember his famous speech about a dream... A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has. -Margaret Mead

5 thoughts on “Anonymous – Operation Ferguson #OpFerguson”

  1. Angela I have this crazy idea. Actually I’m serious, everyone take heart.

    Since everyone and the police are out and on the street. They should practise what to do. The people are free, cops are being paid for. We will all learn from it. In harmony.

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  2. Time will pass before this is settled. Yes Angela bullets do travel.

    There must be a kind of adrenalin rush after being shot or shock. Apparently a shot was fired before. Maybe it makes people do things they normally wouldn’t do. Both the policeman and the suspect have a blank background.

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  3. There still something to fall back on this story. We know for sure the shooting at the end. We also know he or a look alike obtained a cigar looking package leaving a convenience store pushing someone out of the way. I did not see a weapon there and that was the only footage not including the front desk.

    Something propelled that too its ending. At first glance it’s unreal, to shoot someone over a box of something. Yes, he might of been a robber, but it set the scene between there and where he died. Was he really a cop killer and a robber? If he had a weapon, where did he drop it? Did someone say he did or did the police see a weapon on him somewhere between? It’s hard stuff to choke down ascertaining the truths and facts.

    So what is there to fall back on? The next time it happens there will be more than one town.

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    1. Claude, he was unarmed–a fact.

      He had his hands in the air and said do not shoot.

      How does one surrender?

      To a KKK Ferguson cop like Darren Wilson, blacks do not have that liberty. Officer Wilson fired SIX SHOTS all front entry wounds, two of which lodged in his brain. Interesting the bullets travelled and re-entered several times. How often do bullets do that?

      Michael Brown died of multiple gun shot wounds inflicted by a trained veteran police officer. Shoplifting is not punishable by death; further, who gave Officer Darren Wilson the authority to be judge and jury? He then determined Michael Brown’s sentence was death. I wish the same for him no court, just a hanging.

      Ferguson PD are unprofessional. Look at how they treated the protesters, even the media and their own white people.

      Yesterday, I realized this fight is one to regain Americans unalienable rights under the Constitution.

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