From the Front Page Sections, translated…
The police chief of the city of Ferguson, where the white officer shot an African American student turned in his resignation on the eleventh, the crowd gathered in front of the police station, to show their displeasures. The very next morning, two officers were shot outside the station, after they were taken to the hospital, they were both seriously injured, but were both conscious.
The chief of police of the city of St. Louis stated that a thirty-two year-old officer was shot in the face, the other forty-one year old, in the shoulders, both were called, as back ups for the situation in Ferguson. After the gun shot sounded off, the 150 protesters, ran scattered, and, there were those, who’d squatted down at the scene, to find cover. A huge police force used to put out riots then arrived shortly on site, circling the station, another dozen squad cars, blocked the streets too.
Last year on August 9th, the white officer, Wilson received a call from a shop front, that someone had stolen some cigarettes, he’d arrested the 18-year-old suspect, Brown. After they got in altercation, Wilson had shot Brown six times, and killed him. A lot of people believed, that the police was using too much force, and that it’d shown racial discrimination against African Americans, and, all over the U.S., there were protests and riots, but the Grand Jury of Missouri couldn’t find enough evidence to prosecute the officer, Wilson.
The Justice Department of the United States on the fourth opened up about the investigation of the Brown case, and disclosed, that the Ferguson police department, and the court systems are discriminatory against African Americans, the checks on the roads, the arrests, and the ticketings, were directed toward African Americans, for the sakes, of getting more money for the courts. After the reports were out, the members of the bureaucracy of Ferguson had stepped down, the Chief of Police, Jackson, was the sixth person, and his resignation will be effective, starting on the 19th.
And so, this, is somewhat of a justice, isn’t it? Because there’s this RACIAL discrimination toward African Americans, so, you still can’t blame the public for becoming overly emotional, but, shooting someone at random is still wrong, and, this all started, when that white officer shot Michael Brown, because he confused him with someone who robbed a store???