“Hands up, don’t shoot” has become the slogan of a misguided generation of young black youth. A battle cry focused more on revenge and rage than legitimate actions. Dorian Johnson, who in a normal world would be considered an accessory to robbery, was the god father of the mantra. Johnson was with Brown when they both robbed a convenient store right before Brown was shot by officer Darren Wilson.
Johnson was the star witness for the Department of Defense, who greatly disappointed Eric Holder and the rest of the agitators, as he was not credible enough to bring a reasonable doubt to indict officer Darren Wilson. With surveillance camera footage at the store revealing what happened at the robbery and the autopsy reports contradicting his story, their star witness fell flat. It would later be these very lies that would spark “civil un-rest” with looting and violence all over the country.
It’s reported that Johnson has a misdemeanor of theft charge from 2011, in Jefferson City, where he gave police a false name and a bogus police report was filed, making him a wanted man currently on these charges. So why isn’t this thug in jail you ask? The government in Missouri would rather reward Johnson and give him a job instead!
The city of St. Louis has hired Mike Brown’s partner in crime to go to work for them. He was hired under the “SLATE” program, or the “Agency on Training and Employment” where he will be doing work for the city and making $8.50 an hour. The eligibility requirements are for low income people, which Johnson fit the bill for. No word on if Eric Holder or Obama had a hand in Johnson’s sudden stroke of luck.
How can a person who was caught on video robbing a store not be charged for the crime? How can Johnson be let off the hook, and be rewarded for lying to a Grand Jury? Isn’t that considered perjury? In the eyes of the agitators, he is a hero.
Imagine if the shoes were on the other feet and Brown was able to get a hold on Darren Wilson’s gun like he was trying to and he had been killed instead of Brown. Would there be any news coverage of Wilson’s death, let alone mass criminal behavior like violent rioting and looting? The answer is a very simple no.
Darren Wilson and his family may never be able to live a normal life again. There have been death threats made against him, where rioters are calling for a hanging. Darren Wilson has since resigned from the police department, leaving him jobless. Where is his reward for protecting the city he took an oath for? All of this because a man lied about a thug who got himself killed.
If there is a lesson to be learned in all of this madness, it’s that if you obey the law, stop being a thug criminal and don’t attack police officers, you won’t get shot. Maybe this logic will sink in for any person, black or white, that is considering attacking a police officer; then again, probably not.