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The planned rally is among dozens around the nation organized by the group Anonymous, which is demanding the “immediate arrest and prosecution” of Officer Darren Wilson. Wilson has been identified as the officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug. 9, whose death touched off violent protests in the streets of Ferguson, Mo.
“We call upon the citizens of the United States to collectively gather in support for those who are suffering in Ferguson,” a voice claiming to represent Anonymous says in a video posted to YouTube. “We must indeed all hang together as one nation, or most assuredly we will all hang separately.”
The rally is scheduled to take place at 7 p.m., according to a list of protests in more than 40 major cities around the country.
. . . “immediate arrest and prosecution” of Officer Darren Wilson. . . .
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
a reply to: beezzer
Someone is either not understanding their role as a protester or, all the info we've been getting about them being infiltrated is accurate.
The protesting needs to stay out of this one judicial matter and keep the focus on the big picture.
Protesters have the right to be concerned, they are losing the high ground when they over step the bounds.
originally posted by: rockintitz
a reply to: seeker1963
Justice in America has been lost. There will inevitably be a few incidents like these as long as we keep with the status quo.
Now, with what you know about the police brutality would you press charges there?
I'm very curious if these people are undercovers or another such group that wants to scare the journalists away.
originally posted by: feldercarb
How about a National Day of Peace where everyone smiles and says hello to everyone they meet.
It would make the world a better place.
Take of the headphones, the bluetooths, and get to know for a second the people around you.
Maybe we would all be a little nicer that way.
Is there a reason not to be polite?