This is the new face of “hands up, don’t shoot.”
The man accused of firing the shots that gravely wounded two police officers guarding a protest in Ferguson, Mo., has a Facebook page boasting numerous images of drug abuse and the mand flashing what appear to be gang signs for the camera.
A BizPac Review survey of 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams‘ Facebook page show him smoking marijuana, with text that indicates violent tendencies.
That’s a far cry from the “peaceful protesters” described in much of the mainstream media during the civil unrest that followed a St Louis County grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death in August of 18-year-old-Michael Brown.
Some show the alleged police shooter making what appear to be gang signs while others appear to show him smoking marijuana.
One post on January 15 shows Williams didn’t believe Wilson’s account of the Mike Brown shooting.
Equally troubling are some of his posts that talk about murder, death and his dislike of police.
A search of his friends list also showed Williams is friends with Dorian Johnson, the witness to the Mike Brown shooting who insisted Brown’s hands were up, prompting the nationwide chants of “Hands Up Don’t Shoot.”
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