Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Activists: Man Who Shot At Cops Not To Blame, Police Shouldn’t Have Used 'Plain Clothes Officers'

Yeah... you read that right, it was the cops' fault that so-called peaceful civil rights activists shot at them because they were NOT supposed to be wearing police uniforms...

(Daily Caller) The activist group Organization of Black Struggle defended the actions of Tyrone Harris — the man who opened fire upon and was then shot by police officers in Ferguson, Mo. on Sunday night — by shifting the initial blame back upon the police department.

"It was a poor decision to use plain clothes officers in a protest setting," Kayla Reid, a field organizer for the group, said on Monday. "It made it difficult for people to identify police officers, which is essential to the safety of community members."

Harris was shot shortly after peaceful protests marking the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death turned violent on Sunday...

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche