#Justice4All March #ICantBreathe #EricGarner #MikeBrown #Ferguson #BlackLivesMatter


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Victims’ families speak out at protest

 

 

USA: Eric Garner’s daughter speaks out at Capitol Hill rally

 

 

 

Thousands gather to protest in Washington

 

 

Entire College Team Wears ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Shirts

 

Millions March NYC (Time Lapse)

 

Photo Gallery: #Justice4All March #ICantBreathe #EricGarner #MikeBrown #Ferguson #BlackLivesMatter

 

 

Just a few of the names, a very few

The images in this slide show are just a tiny collection of what has been going on in the world since the murder of Eric Garner on July 17th, 2014 in Staten Island, New York. The list of names before that day are too long to say here, and the list on dead Black Americans, murdered, since that day in July are too long to whisper here as well. We Will Never Forget. We Will Never Forgive.

#MichelleCusseaux
#MikeBrown
#KajiemePowell
#JohnCrawford
#EzellFord
#EricGarner
#ClintonAllen
#RoshadMcIntosh
#OscarGrant
#SeanBell
#MiriamCarey
#TamirRice
#AkaiGurley
#VonderritMyers
#KajiemePowell
#BlackLivesMatter.

 

They Killed Eric Garner to Show That They Could

 

 

Shades of Brown

 

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This Is NOT St. Louis County, Missouri Prosecutor Robert McCulloch First “Racist Rodeo.”


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This post is from the blog of Just-Dennis-Debhttps://twitter.com/justdeb05″>Deb Hefner @justdeb05. Check out her blog and follow her on Twitter.

 

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Now for the truth exposing St. Louis County, Missouri Prosecutor Robert  McCulloch, for what he really is.

 

In light of all the turmoil taking place in St. Louis / Ferguson, Missouri with the Justice System, all should know what we went through for nearly nine years and the terrorist acts waged against us by the Missouri Justice System.  All, should also know the ILLEGAL, INCOMPETENT, UNETHICAL, and UNPROFESSIONAL behavior by the St. Louis County Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office that we have been terrorized by. 

 

The journalists that were harrassed and arrested, etc. in Ferguson Missouri are very lucky they were not shot like they did to journalist, Jeffrey Weinhaus, a.k.a. Bulletinman.  Please read more info. about journalist, Jeffrey Weinhaus (Bulletinman) that was shot by the Missouri State Highway Patrol-Sargeant Folsom (under the supervision of Chief Ron Johnson) on this websiite and the other links listed on this website, under the heading, Bulletinman-Jeff Weinhaus.

 

The main stream media wants to portray the Ferguson Missouri ordeal as a racial issue, but in all reality it is not about race.  It is about equal justice for all!

 

Below is a link to a copy of a court transcript which involves the St. Louis County, Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office who was appointed as special prosecutors due to a conflict of interest with the Jefferson County Missouri’s Prosecuting Attorney / Forrest Wegge’s office.

 

This transcript clearly proves beyond any reasonable doubt the St. Louis County, Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office will intentionally withhold exculpatory evidence, which is a blatant Brady violation.

 

The defendant’s lawyers, Kevin Roberts, Lynette Petruska, and Chet Pleban were so incompetent, they failed to follow up with any sort of accountability (for example, sanctions, etc.) for the blatant violation of their client’s rights.

The transcript below documents several examples of the ILLEGAL, UNETHICAL, AND UNPROFESSIONAL behavior from the St. Louis County, Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office.  I have other examples of their inexcusable behavior which I will try to find and upload to this site.  Please keep checking back for more information.

 

Issues addressed in transcript:

1.  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office’s failure to give notice about hearsay statements they wished to present as evidence at the trial and the failure of Robert McCulloch’s office to follow the law by providing the defendants with sufficient notice and the particulars of the statements.  (See pgs. 4, 5, 6, 7, & 25).

 

2.  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office dumped two hundred and seventy-one (271) pages of additional discovery in the defense attorney’s lap just days before the trial was scheduled to begin.  This was exculpatory evidence which was proven to be in  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s possession for more than a year and was not turned over to the defense until just days before the trial was scheduled to begin.  (See pgs. 6-10, 14,15, 19-22, 24, 25, 27, 28, & 29)

 

3.   St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office lied about a filing with the Court.  (See pgs. 10-13)

 

4.  The Judge confirms the  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office did not comply with the requirements of the statute.  (See pgs. 13 & 14)



5.  The alleged victim (Stephanie Steinfeld) and the reporting party (Paul Steinfeld) made allegations of being poisoned by the defendants during their depositions.  Paul Steinfeld went as far to say that they went to the doctor to be tested, and that they tested positive for high levels of magnesium in both of their systems.  Defense attorneys requested a copy of the medical records associated with this alleged poisoning, but when the Judge questioned St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office about refusing to produce this evidence, their reply was, “I don’t see that as relevant to our presentation of the case.’.     (See pgs. 16-22)

 


6.  The Judge explained to the  St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney / Robert McCulloch’s office the relevant nature of the poison allegations and testing.  The defense lawyer explained to the Judge that St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office stated his co-counsel was told, “…not that they didn’t have the information,….but that they wouldn’t give it to us.” (See pgs. 23-24)

 

7.  Defense lawyer pointed out to the Judge that the St. Louis County Prosecutors / Robert McCulloch’s office made two (2) lawyers wait for approximately one and a half (1 & 1/2) hours while they prepared their witness for the deposition.  Intentionally running up the legal fees for the defendants, not to mention, very unprofessional, and definitely UNETHICAL.  (See pg. 24)

 

8.  Defense lawyer pointed out to the Judge that the St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s office asked his co-counsel during one of the depositions (on the record) associated with this case whether or not she had taken her medication that day.  (See pgs. 25 & 26)

9.  The Judge scolds the St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s office, but the incompetent lawyers, Kevin Roberts, Lynette Petruska, and Chet Pleban failed to follow up and ask the Court for accountability (sanctions, etc.) for their blatant abuse of our rights. The Judge specifically stated the St. Louis County Prosecutors / Robert McCulloch’s office was guilty of unethical behavior by withholding this exculpatory evidence. (See pgs. 26 & 27)

 

St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s office Transcript

 

Here is another example of the St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s Office WITHHOLDING EXCULPATORY EVIDENCE.

 

On 8/21/2005 there were one hundred and sixty nine (169) VHS tapes seized from my home.  On 6/17/2008 one hundred and sixty five (165) VHS tapes were returned to me.  It only takes simple math skills to come to the conclusion the State of Missouri would still be in possession of four (4) VHS tapes.  Last time I checked one hundred and sixty nine (169) minus one hundred and sixty five (165) equals four (4).

 

Missouri Journalist Silenced, Shot & Caged for Questioning ‘Authorities’

Published on Nov 28, 2014

Jeffrey Weinhaus sought to inform others about governmental agent abuses. After posting a video in which he demanded that those in the “justice” system shape-up or step-down, his computers were stolen by Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) employees. Weeks later, at an arranged meeting where Weinhaus was told he was to receive back his property, Weinhaus was shot four times. Weinhaus recovered and is now caged. Weinhaus is a political prisoner who was targeted because he spoke out against those who claim the right to control others. He didn’t harm another person or property. This situation can be described as a classic case of police employees protecting their own

 

 

Jeffrey Weinhaus, a.k.a. Bulletinman was a local journalist with a strong desire to protect the U.S. Constitution and reveal any corruption within the legal system.  Mr. Weinhaus published a monthly bulletin highlighting some of the corruption within his community for nearly sixteen (16) years.  (1996-2012)

 

Jeff Weinhaus-Bulletinman was set up and gunned down by MSHP.  Jeff was shot by Sgt. Folsom four (4)  times, (two {2} bullets in the chest and two {2} bullets in the head).  By the Grace of God, Jeff survived, but now, he is the one in jail.

 

Please check the websites linked below for much more information about Jeffrey Weinhaus, (Bulletinman).

 

While viewing these sites and reading the comments, please keep in mind that anyone that questions anyone within the legal system is considered anti-government or a conspiracy theorist.  Mr. Weinhaus (Bulletinman) was not anti-government.

 

It is very important to keep in mind that Jeffrey Weinhaus (Bulletinman) was ANTI-CORRUPT GOVERNMENT, and isn’t that what every American citizen wants? 
Please sends cards and letters of encouragement  to:
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Jeffrey R. Weinhaus
DOC #1261778
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Bonne Terre, Mo. 63628

If you would like to send money to help show your support for Jeff-Bulletinman you may send it through:

 

Ferguson: Was ‘Witness 40′ even there?

Published on Dec 9, 2014

Ferguson: Was ‘Witness 40′ even there?
Chris Hayes examines the strange case of the witness who admitted to racist thoughts and statements and was allowed to testify to the Darren Wilson grand jury despite substantial holes in her story.

 

 

FERGUSON PROSECUTOR BUSTED PRESENTING FAKE WITNESS BEFORE GRAND JURY

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So, you are Prosecutor Bob McCulloch. You have a grand jury investigation with the entire world watching. One of your witnesses in support of the officer is revealed by the FBI to have made up her entire account. What do you do?

 

Apparently you present a discredited witness to the grand jury anyways. He played the FBI interview, which revealed that Witness 40’s car was not at the location, that 40 could not have exited in the manner described, that 40 did not even tell anyone her story until over two weeks after the shooting. They tore her apart, showing that she changed her story several times while sitting on the stand. For example, in her interview, 40 claimed to have made no contact to the police for two weeks, then later claimed that she did contact them several times before agreeing to be a witness. And that is not the only occasion they caught her changing her story, with other times her lack of knowledge of the crime scene, how her journal and testimony did not match, how the exit for the complex did not exist where she claimed all being revealed. That interview, found on pages 86-184 of Grand Jury Testimony Volume 15, completely discredits her as a witness.

 

Then, fully knowing this, Bob McCulloch brought her before the grand jury, and entered her hand written journals filled with racist language into the record. And this testimony, by a discredited witness, is the one cited by right-wing media outlets in their attempts to support former Ferguson officer Darren Wilson. Claims of Michael Brown charging like a bull? Her account, and only her account.

 

Is Witness 40 a legitimate witness? Possible, but highly improbable in light of her interview. Instead, the interviews, the journal, and her own account comes across not as an eye-witness, but instead of someone seeking their moment of fortune and fame in the spotlight. In her interviews it was revealed that Witness 40 involved herself in fundraising for Wilson, even going so far as to work on getting children to send him cards of appreciation. Her story as to why she did not come forward is preposterous, her journal reads not as a diary or narrative essay but instead as someone trying to concoct a story in order to be made famous on Jerry Springer.

 

Why did Bob McCulloch put such a questionable witness onto the stand, in a case against Darren Wilson? Remember, this is for the grand jury, not a trial, and evidence is for the prosecution’s benefit and not the defense. But here is this questionable witness, who was found to be on shaky credibility grounds, put on the stand, and she came out supporting the defense… as a prosecution witness. This only further highlights that the grand jury process was mismanaged, or worse deliberately rigged.

 

Witness 40, fraud, con woman, or delusional? Whatever the case, that McCulloch put her on the stand to begin with tells us all we need to about his management, or rather mismanagement, of the entire grand jury process.

 

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Misconduct? Outrageous, FALSE Grand Jury Instructions by Wilson Prosecutors – Lawrence O’Donnell

 

 

Wilson Grand Jury FRAUD! More on LIES Given by Prosecutors – Lawrence O’Donnell

 

 

 

Lawrence O’Donnell Destroys Ferguson Prosecutor’s (Robert McCulloch) Reliance On “Key” Witness

 

 

Lawrence O’Donnell Rips St. Louis Prosecutor For Making It Impossible For Darren Wilson To Fail

 

 

Brown Grand Jury Prosecutor’s CHARADE: Dr. Baden testifies after 3 Months??? – Lawrence O’Donnell

Published on Nov 15, 2014

The Michael Brown Grand Jury Prosecutor FAILED to call Dr. Micael Baden until a grand juror FORCED him to??? The forensic pathologist hired by Michael Brown’s family testified before a grand jury today 12 weeks after it convened. Joy Reid and Lisa Bloom discuss.
From The LAST WORD, MSNBC

 

 

 

‘The pain will never go away, Don’

 

 

Meet Eric Garner’s Daughter: Emerald Garner

 

 

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The MilitantNegro SoapBox™: #BlackLivesMatter


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Do Black Lives Matter?

 

 

Black Lives Matter: Ferguson Erupts After Grand Jury Clears Officer in Michael Brown Killing

 

 

Black Lives Matter

 

 

Black Lives Matter: Oakland Speaks On Ferguson

 

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The hashtag #BlackLivesMatter has gone viral and is trending worldwide thanks to Twitter. As expected, jealous ass caucasians joined by caucasians who just don’t “get it” as usual want to hijack the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag with #AllLivesMatter. Bull shit. The moment caucasians start to get murdered for selling loose cigarettes, or shot 6 times for walking down the middle of a deserted street, or assaulted for not showing a cop ID, or shot dead for holding toy guns….when you caucasian folks get centuries of abuse, oppression and mistreatment…..THEN AND ONLY THEN CAN YOU CLAIM THAT YOUR LIFE MATTERS.

 

 

Until then, sit the fuck down and shut the fuck up. #BlackLivesMatter ain’t about YOU. It’s a rallying cry for injustice against Black Americans who are disgusted with Black Genocide from law enforcement.

 

For those uneducated caucasians who say I am racist….No person of color can ever be racist. Why? Racism is about Power, Control, Oppression & Wealth. What Black person do you know who has Power, Control,  has enough Wealth to Oppress anyone? Black people are the oppressed, and have been for centuries, so we can not be racist. What we can do is fight racism as best we can. And you are witnessing that fight right now.

 

 

Enough with all this garbage ass talk of #AllLivesMatter. When caucasians, who do the oppressing both mentally and physically, are the oppressed, then and only then will #AllLivesMatter. Until then, “Miss Me With That Bull Shit.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet The Man Showing America The Real Ferguson Story: DeRay Mckesson.


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“I didn’t want that to be the story about Mike Brown”: Meet the man showing America the real Ferguson story

DeRay Mckesson didn’t know of Mike Brown or Ferguson four months ago. Here’s how all that changed

By SARAH JAFFE

 

DeRay Mckesson had never met Michael Brown. He’d never even been to the St. Louis area before Aug. 16, but after watching the protests break across his social media feeds, he got in his car and headed out, leaving a note on his Facebook page asking if anyone could help him find a place to stay.

“I didn’t know what was real or not,” he tells Salon. He had to see for himself, to be part of it. When he was tear-gassed for the first time, it only made him more committed to building a lasting movement.

 

That was almost four months ago. Since then, he’s become one of the most recognizable social media presences keeping the public updated on the protests in Ferguson and elsewhere, as they’ve spread across the country. He started an email newsletter that he co-curates with Johnetta Elzie, another young activist based in St. Louis, sending out articles, action alerts, photos and tweets about the growing movement. The newsletter serves to connect people with actions and with each other, to filter an overwhelming volume of news reports, and to maintain a narrative of the movement going forward.

 

To Mckesson, the newsletter is about “fighting this fight in a different way.” He remembers the night the verdict came down that George Zimmerman, the Florida man who shot Trayvon Martin, would get off. “I remember it was like at night when the verdict came out and you were alone, you didn’t know who to talk to, you couldn’t find any information then, you didn’t know what was real and what wasn’t,” he says. “I didn’t want that to be the story about Mike Brown.”

 

In the weeks following Brown’s death, national media flocked to Ferguson, broadcasting from its streets and often unintentionally making itself the story, or focusing on conflict between protesters and police rather than on what was being built between the protesters on the ground and the people around the world who were following them on social media. Mckesson and Elzie’s newsletter created a supplement to often-rushed social media accounts, and applied an activist’s view to the news coming out of Ferguson. The stories they choose come with their commentary, notes like “Though we find this to be subtle victim-blaming, we encourage you to read it,” from Nov. 20 on a local media story on Vonderrit Myers, another young black man shot by police in the days following Brown’s death. Or “As you read, tune into the slant that subtly blames the protests for a spike in crime in STL, from Dec. 4.

 

“We try to make sure that there’s a broad cross-section,” Mckesson says. “There are a lot of articles that get a lot of play that actually don’t say a whole lot, whereas there are some articles that don’t get any play but they’re really powerful, and we want to make sure that they get visibility. We also want there to be a record of the movement, so when people look back they can track the movement through the news and the commentary.”

 

At the beginning, he notes, people told him there would never be enough news for the newsletter to continue, and yet 64 issues later, he says, “We’re making really tough decisions every day.” For example, the morning after the news broke that a grand jury would not indict the officer who killed Eric Garner in Staten Island, they had to spend a lot of time winnowing down the many stories to those that included something different, something important, other than the news that presumably, most readers had heard.

 

The Ferguson protests broke on social media, and like the other social movements of the post-financial crisis era, social media has allowed people like Mckesson to reach an audience without relying on traditional news outlets. It has, the newsletter shows, also allowed them to become very astute critics of their own press coverage.

 

But the goal of the newsletter is not just to manage a public image; it is to motivate, as its title says, “Words to Action.” It opens with a countdown: number of days Darren Wilson has remained free. Number of days Kajieme Powell has been dead. Number of days Vonderrit Myers has been dead. It includes bolded calls to action, links to where readers can donate, tweet, submit and even buy T-shirts that support movement organizations. Notably, those organizations are local, small and mostly led by young people, part of this new generation of activists that, as Mychal Denzel Smith wrote, have shaken off nostalgia and have clear eyes set on making big changes, now.

 

“I think that what’s really powerful about Ferguson is that it started because regular people without an organization came together because they knew something was wrong,” Mckesson says. “What is different about social media and I think what is true about this movement is that it allows many voices to be heard at the same time and it’s not necessarily a competition for air, which is really powerful.”

 

Social media has, as well, Mckesson says, served to legitimize certain voices as authoritative — not by virtue of their position in a national organization, but because we can see through their eyes, night after night of violent police crackdowns, day after day of building. Social media can capture a moment — a die-in at a convenience store, a blocked highway — and give it life beyond its brief duration. It also adds pressure for the activists who have a large following to be there at every action. They wind up functioning, themselves, as journalists, albeit ones who are not being paid and supported by a major publication — and, Mckesson notes, ones who can say what they feel without having to adhere to some ideal of objectivity, without having to ask for the cops’ side of the story.

 

That allows them to challenge the narratives that pop up again and again in the media. “People always ask about the anger and rage and, yes, we are angry, we are enraged, but that doesn’t sustain a movement for 118 days. Love does,” Mckesson says. “There is this incredible sense of love in protest that is real that wasn’t getting visibility. So I was tweeting, there’s a cleanup crew, their job is to clean up after the protest. There is a woman who gets on the corner every day with her grill and feeds protesters as they walk to protests. There is somebody who passes out water every day, there is somebody who buys 50 pizzas, there are people who hold hands as they protest.”

 

The media’s focus on rage, he points out, paints black people as monolithic, as only capable of one emotion, one type of expression. “One of the narratives of blackness in protest is ‘the angry people outside,’ as opposed to ‘disenfranchised people who’ve been oppressed and victimized as they tried to grieve,’” he says. “We’ve been tear-gassed and shot at and LRAD’d and smoke-bombed and all these things and we still protest every day because we know that not only will our silence not save us, our surrender won’t save us, a video camera won’t save us. It is not that we are willing to die, it’s that we are unwilling to live in an America where blackness equals death.”

 

As the protests have spread and continued around the country, blocking highways and streets, shuttering stores, dying-in in public spaces, Mckesson notes, “Ferguson manifests differently in many different places.” It is important, he says, to remember that when you are facing down violent police, it is hard to move beyond basic survival as a goal. People understandably have a hard time talking about systemic reform with a gun in their face or when they can’t pay the bills. That’s why, as an educator and activist, he feels compelled to stay in this movement. “You have to be alive to learn,” he says. All of the improvement in schools in the world will mean nothing if kids are being killed by the people who are supposed to protect them.

 

And so the struggle goes on. Mckesson spent the weekend in New York joining protests for Eric Garner, and he and Elzie plan to continue the newsletter — and their activism — as long as is necessary.

 

“Ferguson didn’t show us that there’s racial injustice in America. We knew that,” he says. “What Ferguson showed us was the power of people coming together to demand change. Ferguson made protests comfortable, gave people permission to protest. It allowed people to access their voice in a different way.”

 

Thank you SARAH JAFFE.

 

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In the face of NO Black leaders taking THE LEAD on Black Genocide, Mr. DeRay Mckesson IS the Black Leader for this struggle. His voice on #Ferguson and all things related to the killing of unarmed Black Americans has been exemplary as well as informative. He consistently focuses on the issues and does not allow himself or others to lose sight of whats at stake: #BlackLivesMatter. Yes I said #BlackLivesMatter. All lives won’t matter until caucasians start to die at the hands of law enforcement for being caucasian.

 

Thank you Mr. DeRay Mckesson. Follow him at https://twitter.com/deray”>deray mckesson @deray on Twitter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Post Racial AmeriKKKa: Mug Shots Bar In St. Joseph, Missouri Offers Michael Brown “6 Shot ” Drink Special.


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Missouri bar offers Michael Brown shot special

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A Missouri bar owner is in hot water after advertising a Michael Brown “shot special” to customers Friday night.

 

The promoti0n was “not meant to cause any harm,” the bar’s co-owner told WDAF-TV.

 

An image of the special surfaced on social media, promising patrons six shots of tequila for $10. An autopsy showed Brown was shot “at least” six times by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

 

“I should have thought about it a little bit before I made the shot special,” the bar’s owner said.

 

Mug Shots is a bar located in St. Joseph, Missouri, some 300 miles east of Ferguson. The owner says he stole the idea of a Michael Brown shot special from other bars in the area.

 

The owner declined to be identified in order to protect him and his family. The Michael Brown special was replaced on Saturday with this:

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The pub’s tagline is: “Where sarcasm is always free.” If you’d like to show Mug Shots Bar your displeasure, pay ‘em a FRIENDLY visit at 1720 St Joseph Ave, St. Joseph, MO, United States. Tell ‘em Mr MilitantNegro™ sent you and says Hello.

 

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Missouri Bar Draws Criticism for Michael Brown Tequila Shot Special

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (CBS St. Louis) – Mug Shots Pub, a St. Joseph bar that touts itself as a spot “where sarcasm is always free,” has faced public scrutiny after offering a Michael Brown shot special over the weekend.

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The “Michael Brown special” – six shots of Jose Cinge for $10 – faced criticism on both social media and from protesters after the Mug Shots bar offered the deal Friday, WDAF-TV reports. At least one of the bar owners apologized for the deal after a photo of the special’s ad surfaced on social media outlets.

 

“It’s not meant to cause any harm,” he told WDAF on Saturday. “I should have thought a little bit more about it before I made it a shot special.”

 

The co-owner, who declined to be identified to protect himself and his family, said he stole the idea from shot specials offered by other bars in the St. Joseph area. Jose Cinge is a cinnamon-flavored tequila.

 

“It looked like it was getting a good response so I just decided to use it here,” he said. “That’s what bar owners do if they find something works at another bar, they try to use it at their bar.”

 

The “shot deal” refers to details of the autopsy conducted by the St. Louis County chief medical examiner, which found that the 18-year-old Michael Brown had six gunshot wounds to the head and chest.

 

A few protesters chanted with signs outside the bar Saturday night. Brian Kline, part of St. Joseph’s “Anonymous” group, said he had planned to protest as well but “talked it out” with the bar owner instead.

 

The owner canceled the Michael Brown shot special and replaced it with another deal poking fun at himself.

 

The pub’s tagline is: “Where sarcasm is always free.” If you’d like to show Mug Shots Bar your displeasure, pay ‘em a FRIENDLY visit at 1720 St Joseph Ave, St. Joseph, MO, United States. Tell ‘em Mr MilitantNegro™ sent you and says Hello.

 

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