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EXCLUSIVE: How police stripped ‘patriots’ of their guns and threatened them with arrest as they guarded businesses in Ferguson – but let rioters set fire to building after building

Posted by on Sunday, December 7th, 2014 @ 11:30 am.

 

  • Patriot militia called Oath Keepers guarded streets and businesses in Ferguson in wake of riots which tore through town 
  • Police told them they were acting illegally and threatened them with arrest and stripped one member of his rifle
  • Group told officers they had been invited to look after businesses as the suburb burned in wake of officer Darren Wilson being cleared
  • Two hour argument over whether the Oath Keepers were allowed in the town 
  • Member says: 'We are here to help people that the government left hanging'
  • Now launching legal action to be allowed to guard properties 
  • Businesses were burned out by rioters and hit by looting despite police presence

By Daniel Bates In Ferguson, Missouri for MailOnline

 

Short URL: https://www.disclosurenewsonline.com/?p=57198

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1 Comment for “EXCLUSIVE: How police stripped ‘patriots’ of their guns and threatened them with arrest as they guarded businesses in Ferguson – but let rioters set fire to building after building”

  1. slamdunc

    It is entirely too logical for the police there to just appreciate a little help during a tense situation. When policies are written by people who are out of touch with the job, you will have crap like this.

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