Skip to comments.Darren Wilson Supporters Crowdfund ‘#PantsUpDontLOOT’ Ferguson Billboard
Posted on 11/18/2014 7:15:47 AM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
FERGUSON, Mo. (CBS ST. Louis) - Supporters of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson successfully crowd-sourced the funds to put up a #PantsUPDontLOOT billboard in Ferguson.
Don Alexander of Brentwood, Tenn., raised the over $3,000 to place the billboard in the Ferguson area amid months of racial tensions vandalism from riots following the Aug. 9 shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
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Ha!! the “protesters” are going to love this..
It’s about time our side started doing this kind of thing.
Clearly, but the article just says he raised the money Not that he put up the billboard.
Bunch of idiots.
You'd think if anyone would recognize forgery it would be CBS News.
Am I right, Dan Rather? Up high!
There’s a bonfire waiting to happen.
Photoshop if I ever saw one.
:) Now, *that’s* a good hashtag!
but it sounds like they raised $3000 for this. So is there a real billboard or not?
>>>You got punk’d, CBS Local News.
Bunch of idiots.
You’d think if anyone would recognize forgery it would be CBS News.
Am I right, Dan Rather? Up high! <<<
Fake, but accurate.
Interesting how there have been numerous death threats and no indication of action by enforcement - yet the FBI warns that the verdict might result in attacks on Cops. Seems like someone wants to let the helter-skelter gene run wild on this one.
The Government has chosen sides in this. One can acknowledge it or deny it, but the evidence is as plain as the nose on one’s face. Numerous felony crimes have been committed by the other side that the Government chooses to ignore. Inciting to riot is just one of them. The facts speak for themselves.
The commenting race-baiters at the AJC are twisted into pretzels over this.
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