Saturday, September 23, 2017

STL Social Justice Crackdown @ The Galleria

Protests continue in the aftermath of the KILLING OF AN ALLEGED HEROIN DEALER as Missouri is once again the fuse for more discontent across the nation. Take a look:

22 protesters arrested at Galleria mall

Updated at 5:20 p.m. Sept. 23 - A protest at the Galleria mall in Richmond Heights ended in at least 22 arrests Saturday afternoon, eight days after former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley was found not guilty of murder.

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

They heard you can make easy money getting arrested and having ACLU sue the city for you. Hey, it beats working for a living.

Anonymous said...

All 23 were released from Jail in Clayton around 6:00. Demonstration marched from the jail to the Ritz Carlton in Clayton. Dozens of shops closed. 6 to 8 million dollars lost in retail over the past 8 days.

Anonymous said...

Please, fellow Kansas Citians, let's be nice to each other and not have KC turn into St. Louis.

Anonymous said...

No let's not. Let's have our cops shoot our protesters

Anonymous said...

An honest, clean, performing young police officer just has his life and career destroyed for doing his job while following the law and the whole libtard world wants to make a victim, martyr and role modem out of a thug heroin dealer with a gun. People wonder how things got so fucked up when we tolerate this ignorant bullshit and buy into the mass con job. Are there any god damn men left out there or are we just going ot allow these sonzabitches to make hoodlems out of every American that actually has the nads to do the right thing?

Anonymous said...

American has this thing about glorifying crooks and those who break the law.

Just look at Glazer and his fan club. He's made what little money he has all from being a rat snitch, dope stealing, gun toting crook who ran when his partner was being shot at.

Anonymous said...

Shoot these violent pieces of shit.

Anonymous said...

I am still confused as to what the protesters are actually protesting. I understand that they are mad the cop got acquitted, but the cop was arrested and tried under the law. If their demand is that he be put in jail, why have the trial at all if the only acceptable outcome was a finding of guilty? If the protesters have a law or procedure they want changed, I have not heard it. Remember in our system everyone is presumed innocent and has a right to a fair trial. If they change the system for cops, it will have to change for everyone. So seriously, what change do they want?

Anonymous said...

The only good drug dealer is a dead drug dealer.

baKC said...

Well fuck. The Galleria is the only decent place to visit in STL.

Anonymous said...

You could go to MLK blvd but then you'll just get shot and robbed.