(WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO)
I couldn’t help laughing. Does that make me a bad person?
A day of peaceful commemoration of the second anniversary of Michael Brown’s death was marred Tuesday night when gunfire broke out after a protester was struck by a motorist.
After a quiet morning vigil and evening church service, the night turned violent when a car speeding south on Florissant Avenue struck a protester who had ventured into the street.
Others among the roughly 75 protesters began trying to cut off the car, which then reversed direction and tried to head north to avoid the crowd, according to several witnesses.
At that point, witnesses said, several protesters pulled out guns, began chasing and firing at the fleeing car.
When I was little my mom taught me not to play in the street. And back then we didn’t have peaceful protesters packing pistols to protest the police.
This reminds me of the time my ex-wife hit a deer, except the deer got up and ran off, and nobody shot at her.
The best part of the video is when the camerawoman starts complaining that the cops aren’t doing anything.