New Rioting In St. Louis Friday Night

Posted September 16th, 2017 by Iron Mike

If you can, avoid traveling anywhere near St. Louis for a few days.
Ten (10) cops were hurt last night – mostly by thrown objects.

BACKGROUND:   It was December 2011 when Iraq war veteran and St. Louis cop Jason Stockley (white) fired into a car containing Anthony Lamar Smith (Black),  – who had led them on an 80 mph chase.

POLICE VIDEO:  Note: Stubby AK-47 recovered….

The case languished until 2016 when prosecutors filed murder charges against Stockley,  – who had since moved to Texas.

Tensions were high.  The new mayor,  Democrat Lyda Krewson tried to set the stage with a video.  You be the judge,…it seemed to fall flat to me.

On Friday the judge found Stockley NOT Guilty – mostly because the state hadn’t conclusively proved their case.

And the crowds gathered,…and the violence began.

St. Louis needs a LOT of RAIN right now,  – but that’s not in the forecast.   Pray for them!

Yesterday St. Louis was a study in the difference between peaceful protest and rioting.  When the mob got to the mayor’s home – and started throwing rocks through her windows,  – it was a riot.

Throwing rocks at cops is a riot.

And we must point out that blocking a main street is not “peaceable assembly” – even if there are not other overt acts of violence.

This is the state of our nation after 8 years of Obama.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,  or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;  or abridging the freedom of speech,  or of the press;  or the right of the people peaceably to assemble,  and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.


Maybe because he had that stubby AK-47 with him?  Was it full auto?

UPDATE:   Sunday 17 Sept 2017   Protests and rioting continued all day Saturday, with mobs of young Blacks intimidating mall shoppers and breaking windows.  The Irish band U2 canceled a show for safety concerns.

4 Responses to “New Rioting In St. Louis Friday Night”

  1. Panther 6

    Just my midget opinion but I completely agree that BHO set back race relations 60 years. Mr. Anthony Lamar Smith was, I am led to believe, a known drug dealer. I could not ID the AK 47 Mike mentioned but don’t doubt it was there. He certainly FLED when approached and led the police officer in a high speed chase that endangered many lives of St. Louis citizens. Fortunately none of them were killed or injured. Anthony Lamar died because NONE of our politicos and leaders of all ilk have come out and made it ‘crystal clear’ that when a perp of whatever ethnic persuasion FLEES from a police officer THEY are putting their life in danger. End of that story. I have heard no one WARNING and TELLING our youth NOT TO FLEE. A new mantra would be nice,,,,maybe something like “DON’T FLEE, YOUR LIFE MATTERS. The gentle giant fled, Anthony Lamar fled and look what it got him. Where is BHO, Al Sharpton and all the other race baiters in leading the folks to a common sense approach to civil obedience. When the fuzz get you drop to your knees and put your arms up where they can be seen clearly. Improves your chance of survival 500%. Now did Schockly plant a gun? You tell me.

  2. Kojack

    Obysmal’s “children” were upset because they didn’t get the verdict they wanted. Like “BLACK LIvES MATTER”, they’re not concerned with the truth….it was just another excuse to riot, act out their frustrations and blame someone else for their failures.

  3. Han Solo

    There was a video interview of the mayor today on, she seemed pretty unconcerned that people had thrown things through the windows of the residence. Then she said she felt the police had done a good job and said “…we’re really happy none of our citizens were hurt.” She did mention 10 or 11 police officers injured, but that didn’t seem to bother her as long as her precious rioting citizens were safe.

  4. Lonnie Brennan

    Cops should arrest every protester who tosses anything or damages anything.

    Give them arrest records and a few days to cool off in jail.

    That would end the violence.

    Protest fine. Violence, no.