Thursday, November 27, 2014

The anarchists are ready to play the violence card.

Seattle Police Arrest Ferguson Protester After Finding Cache of Weapons

A man arrested during Monday night's Ferguson-related protest in Seattle faces several charges after police say they uncovered a cache of weapons, ammunition and explosives in his backpack and car.
Jeffrey Alan Acord, 31, was charged Wednesday with possession of a concealed weapon without a permit, carrying a dangerous knife and illegal possession of fireworks, reported NBC affiliate KING5. According to police, a witness saw Acord reach under a vehicle while holding a road flare, and when they searched him, they found a loaded 9 mm handgun without a permit and a 7-inch knife. More weapons, including an assault rifle and a shotgun, as well as a box of fireworks, were found in his car after police secured a search warrant, The Seattle Times reported.
"I don't know what his plans were, but it's obviously of great concern that someone would come to an event in Seattle with those weapons readily available," Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole said Wednesday, according to the newspaper.
Four others were arrested in the city on Monday, as demonstrations erupted across the country following a grand jury's decision not to indict a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer in the fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown. Seattle police said they are still searching for another suspect who threw fireworks off a freeway overpass during the protests. No one was hurt.
A man arrested by Seattle police Monday is facing charges after officers found a cache of weapons, ammunition, and explosive materials in his backpack and vehicle.SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
A man arrested by Seattle police Monday is facing charges after officers found a cache of weapons, ammunition, and explosive materials in his backpack and vehicle.



— Erik Ortiz

Plot to kill Ferguson police chief thwarted

Two men arrested last week on suspicion of acquiring guns and explosives to use at protests in Ferguson, Missouri, planned to blow up St. Louis' Gateway Arch and assassinate the county prosecutor, according to a report in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The plot also targeted Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson, according to the report. Jackson confirmed to NBC News he "was warned about a plot" by federal agents but was not given details. He said it was not the first threat against him, and he was told "the threat was under control."
The pair, identified in court documents as Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Davis, were arrested Friday after they made false statements while trying to buy two pistols at a sporting goods store in Hazelwood, Missouri. They were placed under surveillance after officials learned of the plan to buy guns and explosives to make pipe bombs, two federal officials told NBC News.
Another federal official said the two did not appear to constitute a very serious threat and that there was no indication they were part of a larger operation.
The arrest came three days before St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCullough revealed a grand jury would not indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.


— Ron Allen

Note the color of those in this protest. Nary a black face to be seen. Also watch the protestor on the right carrying the sign comparing Brown with Gaza. Tells you a lot about these folks. They parade their anti American, anti Israel, pro violence positions quite proudly. 

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