Ferguson Hires Black Officer As New Interim Police Chief


Just days before the anniversary of the tragic killing of 18 year-old Mike Brown, the city of Ferguson announced they have hired new, black interim police chief.Andre Anderson who previously served as a commander with the Glendale Police Department in Arizona, was appointed Wednesday morning along with new city manager Ed Beasly by the city’s mayor.

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(Photos) Beyoncé, Jay Z & More Visit The Families Of Mike Brown & Freddie Gray During Baltimore Rally Concert


Following 25-year-old Freddie’s Gray’s death, at the hands of six Baltimore police officers, citizens and celebrities of all kind spread love for the city of rioting. Music icon, Prince recorded the track “Baltimore” dedicated to the city, and made the announcement that he would perform during a Baltimore Rally Concert.

The concert that took place over the weekend, was streamed via the new digital live music service, TIDAL, which is most likely what brought out Jay Z and Beyoncé for the festivities. The two lovebirds, along with Bey’s mother, Tina Knowles Lawson and well-known philanthropist Alicia Keys also showed up to the event to meet Gray and fallen Ferguson, MO teen Mike Brown’s parents.

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Mike Brown’s Parents File Civil Suit Against The City Of Ferguson

_Documents Reveal Crime Scene & Evidence Protocol Violations In Mike Brown Case!

The Parents of Mike Brown, the unarmed black teen killed by a white officer last year in Ferguson, Missouri, have filed a civil suit against the city of Ferguson. Anthony Gray and Daryl Parks, lawyers for the family have said that the civil lawsuit will consist of the same evidence that was shown to the grand jury that decided not to charge Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting.

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(Video) Department of Justice To Make Major Announcement About Ferguson

Justice Department To Make New Ferguson Announcement

Could the string on non-indictments in our rear view have a change in sight? Long-standing discrimination, a racist joke coming to surface, cover-ups and possible settlements swirl as the Department of Justice To Make Major Announcement About Ferguson. “It should be more than obvious that something had to change in Ferguson…”

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(Video) Feds Complete Investigation and Say “Not Enough Evidence” To Charge Darren Wilson


YES…you read right (SMH!!!) Feds Complete Investigation and Say “Not Enough Evidence” To Charge Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and are now moving to officially clear him. Though many are not surprised it’s been a long trail of news headlines, suffering for the families and the #BlackLivesMatter movement since it happened so this is one last gut punch to say the least!

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(Video) Dopeness! “A Ferguson Story” Documentary In The Making


Director Lonnie Edwards and executive producer Todd Walton, in connection with The Lost Voices activist group, have joined forces to give us a birds-eye view of Ferguson, MO and the aftermath of fallen teen, Mike Brown. The group are in the works of A Ferguson Story, a 70-minute documentary film that will hopefully serve as an eye-opener to local, state, and federal government on topic of police brutality. “This is real. You see part of the picture in the media,” explains Walton to Revolt. “This [documentary] is actually putting you right there on the corner, on the street right in front of the police. This was an 18-year-old kid that was on his way to college that got shoot six times in a defensive manner.”

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(PHOTO) Ferguson Police Department Suspends Officer For Disrespecting Mike Brown Memorial


Ferguson Police Department Suspends Officer For Disrespecting Mike Brown Memorial
The Ferguson Police Department Let Go of an Officer on an Unpaid suspension for making disrespectful remarks about a memorial for Michael Brown, then lying to his superiors about it. Mike Brown was an 18 year old boy, who was shot an killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson back in August and ever since there have been protests and riots bashing the whole situation for the justice of Mike Brown and his Family . A St. Louis County grand jury chose not to indict Wilson in November.

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Mayor De Blasio Requests A Halt In Protests To Mourn With Officers Families


After speculation that he was ‘hiding’ from the families of officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, mayor Bill de Blasio visits that families’s home and holds on a press conference of the two officers’ deaths. The fatal shootings of officers Liu and Ramos, tensions among New York citizens, its officials and fellow officers have risen. Most of the blame has fallen on New York City mayor, Bill de Blasio, who spoke Monday morning on what residents should be doing at the moment. It’s not protesting or causing riots, but, “It’s time for everyone to put aside political debates, put aside protests, put aside all of the things that we will talk about in due time,” he said.

While the world continues to mourn the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, walks, marches and debates continue. However, de Blasio would like it if everyone accompanies the Liu and Ramos, “Families on their difficult journey. Let’s see them through the funerals…then the debate can begin again.”

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(Video) Protest Shuts Down Mall of America

Black Lives Matter

Protest Shuts Down Mall of America ?
During one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year, inside the biggest shopping mall in America, shoppers just outside Minneapolis, Minnesota heard peaceful, but not exactly the most merry chants around the Christmas tree

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(Video) Ferguson DA Breaks Silence on Lying Witnesses

Ferguson DA on Lies

Breaking news this evening as Ferguson DA Breaks Silence on Lying Witnesses, stating he “expected criticism” regarding the witnesses that were used in the now notorious Mike Brown case that catapulted the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Why exactly did he “expect” this? Because the witnesses submitted testimonies that were not completely true, in fact, portions known before* hand to be largely untrue–yes…LIES. District Attorney McCulloch states he was merely, “trying to paint the whole picture.” Mmm…

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