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Ferguson grand jury reaches decision (Live Video Coverage)

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-24

       
Started on Nov 24, 2014
A grand jury is expected to announce Monday whether to indict officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in August.

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Institutional Racism in Ferguson? First Black School Chief Speaks Out After Forced Resignation

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-24

As protests continue in Ferguson, we are joined by Art McCoy, who in 2010 became the first African-American school superintendent of the Ferguson-Florissant School District. But three years later, McCoy was suspended without explanation, setting off a controversy that led to his resignation earlier this year. At the time of his suspension, there were no African Americans on the school board, even though three-quarters of the district’s students were black. McCoy is currently an adjunct professor of education at the University of Missouri and is on the board of the Urban League’s St. Louis chapter.

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Ferguson Protesters: This is Obama’s Katrina and He Ain’t Doin’ Sh!T (Graphic Language)

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-24

Published on Nov 24, 2014
Sunday night, Ferguson protesters told Rebelpundit reporter Lawrence Jones, “This is Obama’s Katrina and he ain’t doin’ sh!T.”

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Ferguson: High-Profile News Anchors Have Been Meeting with Darren Wilson In Secret!

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-24

Published on Nov 23, 2014

Practically every journalist covering the death of Michael Brown would like to interview Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Brown.
In the pursuit of that interview, several high-profile television anchors have secretly met with Wilson, according to sources at several TV networks. All of the meetings were off the record, meaning the anchors could not describe what was said.

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St. Louis protesters march as grand jury decision looms

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-24

St. Louis protesters march as grand jury decision looms

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Fiery Exchange Between CNN Host and Ferguson Protester

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-23

YouHotNews

Published on Nov 22, 2014

‘Go Investigate Something Real!’ CNN Anchor and Ferguson Protestor Clash
HEATED CNN Interview: Bassem Masri  Battles CNN’s Michael Smerconish over the escalating protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

Michael Brown shooting: leaders urge calm ahead of grand jury decision. “There’s blood on the street and you’re worried about words. Come on, man! That’s what journalists are missing right now. Why don’t you go investigate something real?… Why don’t you worry about us getting killed?”
FBI arrests 2 would-be Ferguson bomb suspects
(CBC) Police and protest organizers have laid the groundwork for steps to avert street violence once a St. Louis-area grand jury decides whether to indict the white police officer who fatally shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in August.

Against the backdrop of heightened tension, the FBI Friday arrested two men suspected of buying explosives they intended to detonate during demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri, a law enforcement official told Reuters.

In a sign that a grand jury decision is imminent in the Brown case, prosecutors told media organizations they were making plans for a news conference to announce the outcome, although the date, time and location remained undetermined.
A 12-member St. Louis County grand jury has been weighing evidence on the disputed circumstances of the Aug. 9 slaying of Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, a predominantly black suburb of 21,000 people. The panel met behind closed doors again on Friday.

Lawyers for Brown’s family say the youth was trying to surrender when he was gunned down, and a companion has said Brown, 18, had his hands raised. Wilson’s supporters insist he shot Brown in self-defence.

The killing instantly became a flashpoint for strained U.S. race relations, triggering weeks of sometimes violent protests in Ferguson calling for the arrest of Wilson. He has instead been placed on administrative leave and gone into seclusion.

U.S. President Barack Obama added his voice to the chorus of politicians, civic leaders and activists appealing for calm ahead of the grand jury decision and renewed protests that are expected to follow.

“I think first and foremost, keep protests peaceful,” Obama said during an ABC News interview taped for Sunday’s This Week program.

“This is a country that allows everybody … to protest actions that they think are unjust,” he said. “But using any event as an excuse for violence is contrary to rule of law, contrary to who we are.”

Spectre of violence

The spectre of violence was raised again by news that two reputed members of a militant group called the New Black Panther party were arrested in the St. Louis area in an FBI sting operation.

As initially reported by CBS News, the men were suspected of acquiring explosives for pipe bombs they planned to set off during protests in Ferguson, said the law enforcement official, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the case.

The official said the men have been named in a newly unsealed federal indictment returned on Nov. 19, charging Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Davis with buying two pistols from a firearms dealer under false pretenses.
Some activists decried the timing of the arrests, suggesting they were aimed at either smearing protest organizers or justifying what was expected to be a heavy law enforcement presence once protests take place. Others welcomed the news.

“Well, the Feds are protecting us from these crazies,” prominent activist Bassem Masri wrote on social media website Twitter.

At a news briefing by politicians and law enforcement on preparations for expected demonstrations, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay said he did not know when a decision would be revealed, “but we expect it will be coming very shortly.”

Schools to close

The nearby Jennings School District said it would close on Monday and Tuesday, for fear of unrest in Ferguson, although the Ferguson-Florrisant school district planned to keep its schools open.

Activists held a news conference at a church in Ferguson on Friday to announce plans to deploy more than 50 volunteers, dubbed “Disciples of Justice,” who will mill about protesters to help diffuse tensions on the street.

“We want the community to know we’ve got an extra set of eyes and ears in the midst of the demonstrations,” said Brown family attorney Anthony Gray.

Hundreds of civil rights lawyers were descending on Ferguson to monitor any protests and ABC News reported the FBI had sent 100 agents to the St. Louis area.

Mayor Slay said police had orders to exercise restraint, to avoid stoking violence.

“We have instructed our police officers to protect the protesters’ constitutional rights,” he said. “We have directed them to use more active tactics only when necessary to keep people safe or to protect property.”

 
   

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Police Opens Fire At 12-year-old Boy with BB Toy Gun in Playground

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-23

Published on Nov 22, 2014
12-year-old with ‘airsoft’ toy gun shot by officer in playground, 911 Call Released. 12-year-old shot in officer-involved shooting at Cleveland rec center,
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland Police are investigating after an officer-involved shooting at a Cleveland rec center on Saturday afternoon.
Cleveland EMS says a 12-year-old boy was shot and taken to MetroHealth Medical Center with serious injuries. According to his mother, Samaria Rice, the boy is now in critical condition after being shot in the stomach. He is currently in surgery.
The shooting happened around 3:30 p.m. at Cudell Rec Center located at 1910 West Boulevard. The facility has been taped off while units investigate, including the Cleveland Division of Police Use of Deadly Force Investigation Team.

Cleveland Police say officers responded to a radio assignment outside of the rec center for a male with a gun. Preliminary information reveals that witnesses reported a male was in the playground area of the center, waving a gun and pointing it at people.

Police say when officers arrived, they located the suspect and advised him to raise his hands. However, the suspect did not comply with the officers’ orders and reached to his waistband for the gun. Shots were fired and the suspect was struck in the torso.

“The young man had the weapon in his waistband. He pulled the weapon out. One of our officers fired two shots, striking the young man,” said Deputy Chief Ed Tomba with Cleveland Police.

Tomba said the boy did not make any verbal threats towards police, and there was no confrontation. The boy did not point the gun at officers.

Further information from police reveals the weapon was an “airsoft” type replica gun, resembling a semi-automatic pistol, with the orange safety indicator removed.

According to police, one officer was transported to Fairview Hospital for treatment of an ankle injury.

The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office was on scene for this investigation, which is ongoing. Police say both officers involved will be placed on administrative leave, as is protocol in officer-involved shooting incidents.
According to Rice, they live across the street from the rec center. She says two young men came to her residence to say her son was shot. When she ran over to the scene, police would not let her through. Rice says police told her the boy had a gun and that he was shot by police.
However, Rice says her son did not have access to a gun in the home. She says if he did get a gun, it would have had to have come from a friend or someone on the street.
She says she still does not understand why her son was shot.

Stay with 19 Action News for more on this developing story. Reporter Blake Chenault continues to follow this story. Tune in for his reports tonight on 19 Action News at 10 and 11 for the latest details.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police determined that a 12-year-old boy was shot by an officer outside a Cleveland rec center Saturday when he reached into his waistband for an airsoft gun.

According to Cleveland police, witnesses first reported around 3:30 p.m. that a male was in the playground area outside Cuddell Recreation Center, waving a gun and pointing it at people.

One 911 caller said the suspect was “probably a juvenile” and that the gun was “probably a fake.”

He said the following to a dispatcher, according to a 911 recording released by police:

Caller: I’m sitting in the park…there’s a guy in here with a pistol, and it’s probably a fake one, but he’s pointing it at everybody.

Caller: The guy keeps pulling it in and out…it’s probably fake, but he’s scaring the [explicit] out of people.”

Listen to the entire 911 call in the video player at the top of this page

When two officers arrived, they found the boy and ordered him to raise his hands. He did not comply with the officers’ orders and reached into his waistband, according to police. Shots were fired, and he was hit in the torso.

The boy was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center for treatment, and was in surgery Saturday evening.

Police say the weapon the boy had was “an airsoft type replica gun resembling a semi-automatic pistol.” They said the orange safety indicator had been removed. They did release a photo of that airsoft gun to the media.

Union officials say the officers acted responsibly, and the boy had what appeared to be a gun.

One officer involved was taken to Fairview Hospital for treatment of an injury to his ankle.

The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office was on scene for the investigation.

Both officers involved will be placed on administrative leave as is protocol in officer-involved shooting incidents.

The investigation is continuing.

 

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“Dozens injured in Japan earthquake”

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-23

euronews (in English)

Published on Nov 23, 2014
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 rocked Japan on Saturday, injuring dozens and destroying homes with many trapped inside.

Images which emerged overnight showed the extent of the damage in the village of Hakuba, host to the 1998 Winter Olympics. More than 30 houses collapsed and  at least 20 people had to be rescued from the ruins.

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Mother Suffering From Hundreds Of Orgasms Per Day

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-23

The Young Turks

Published on Nov 22, 2014
“The mother of one, who lives with her husband, Tony Carlisi, 34, and son Merrick, 10, suffers from persistent genital arousal disorder.

This means that on a bad day she can suffer anything up to 180 orgasms in two hours.

She was diagnosed with the condition three years ago, and says it’s ruining her life. She developed it while shopping for groceries. She suddenly found that everything she saw, smelt, or touched turned her on. It made her panic — she fell down and began to have multiple orgasms on the floor. She somehow managed to get home, where she continued to orgasm into the evening.” *

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Ferguson awaits grand jury decision

Posted by bgtvmediaonline on 2014-11-23

Reuters Published on Nov 23, 2014

Residents in Ferguson Missouri anxiously awaiting grand jury indictment decision. Julie Noce reports.

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