Black Lives Matter: Pants Up, Don’t Loot Edition

More than 180 suspects looted the Dellwood Market following the grand jury decision on November 24, 2014. If you can identiy any of these suspects, please contact the St. Louis County Police at 314-889-2341 or CrimeStoppers at 866-371-8477.

Compared to this, blocking freeways is civilized behavior.

Hot Air:

The surveillance video features a variety of unmasked young men attempting for nearly two-and-a-half minutes to break through a secure door. After repeatedly failing in that task, the industrious rioters simply break down the building’s adjacent wall. The barrier having been removed, a deluge of looters cascade into the store and proceed to nearly empty it of contents in little more than 200 seconds.

Police have purportedly released this video in the hopes that the public would help investigators identify the over 180 looters who ransacked the building. But some are not buying that claim. They say that the release of this video is designed to shape public opinion and frame those who took to the streets to protest the grand jury decision in Ferguson as criminals.

“It’s a dramatic illustration of law enforcement attempting to subvert the emerging narrative of Black youth energized and engaged, flooding the streets of this country in demonstrative displays of their anger,” wrote Atlanta Black Star columnist Nick Chiles. “The multiracial ‘die-ins’ and marches across the country had largely erased from the public’s mind the images of riots and lawlessness that were sparked by the grand jury’s decision on Nov. 24.”

“But from the St. Louis police we get a reminder: They’re not politicized young people fiercely exercising their first amendment rights; they’re just criminals and thugs stealing stuff,” he added.

Video doesn’t lie.


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41 Responses to Black Lives Matter: Pants Up, Don’t Loot Edition

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    Meanwhile, Obama is getting interviewed on YouTube. Seriously.

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  3. Myiq2xu says:

    The king is dead! Long live the new king!

    • HELENK3 says:

      Saudi Crown Prince Salman named king after death of King Abdullah, per official statement – @AFP

      do not know if he is pro USA or anti USA

      • Myiq2xu says:

        They held an election already?

        • DeniseVB says:

          Too bad it wasn’t Obama elected, eh? My goodness, we could have bought BO and MO a Third World Country with the (our) money he spent these past 6 years (with the idiot GOP assist). Probably gotten some change back if it were Somalia.

      • SHV says:

        ” 79-year-old Crown Prince Salman has been named succesor (and has his own health issues – reportedly suffering from Dementia). Oil prices popped around 80c on the news.”

    • HELENK3 says:

      Funeral for late Saudi King Abdullah will take place Friday afternoon in Riyadh, Royal Court says – @cnnbrk

    • HELENK3 says:

      Jordan declares 40 days of mourning after Saudi king Abdullah’s death – @AlArabiya_Eng
      see original on

      Jordan’s King Abdullah will reportedly cut his visit to World Economic Forum to attend Saudi King Abdullah’s funeral – @AlArabiya_Eng
      Davos World Economic Forum 2015
      Egyptian President Abdul Fatah Khalil Al-Sisi will reportedly cut his visit World Economic Forum to attend Saudi King Abdullah’s funeral – @AlArabiya_Eng

  4. HELENK3 says:

    I posted some links down stairs on the black lives matter thing. I do not know if race relations will ever get better in this country again. We had come a long way then the backtrack bunch set them back over 50 years. The poor picked on me because of my color idea is alive and well and being nourished by them.

  5. angienc says:

    They say that the release of this video is designed to shape public opinion and frame those who took to the streets to protest the grand jury decision in Ferguson as criminals.

    They’re being framed as criminals probably because they *are* criminals.


    • 49erDweet says:

      Somebody’s showing off their public relations chops there.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I did protesty things in the 00’s, in my experiences, it was never this nasty. Or hatefull. Or Mean. Funny, I love Bush more than Obama now. :facepalm:

      • leslie says:

        Same here, Denise. We probably marched together. Too bad we didn’t know one another then. I feel the same about Bush (compared to obama) now as well. I certainly do not see a person who hates America when I look at Bush. (but then I never did)

    • Constance says:

      They sure look like criminal thugs to me based on their behavior. If a person is concerned about looking like a thug then they should not do criminal thuggish things.

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  8. DeniseVB says:

    My first thought? To revist Lola’s fine post about connecting the dots to these thugs. Chilling. She’s on to something…….

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