#1 "Snitches Get Stiches" or why a Ferguson market was burned down
08-18-2014, 03:59 PM
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Excellent analysis from the Treehouse
Why Did They Burn Down The Quick Trip ? – And Other Ferguson Thug Behavior Questions Answered
On the first real night of heavy looting and chaos in Ferguson Missouri a Quick Trip convenience store was looted and then burned to the ground. In sharing why, and explaining the motive, you can grasp an understanding of how the Ferguson “street talk” is driving the chaos.
After the Quick Trip was destroyed the following message was spray painted on the side of the building:
But to understand why the Quick Trip quick was chosen you need to listen to this conversation.
In this video you can hear why. The important understanding happens at :36 point of the conversation:
#1 (On camera): “Ferguson Market they talking about him stole some rillos. Bro, rillos behind the fuckin’ counter”
#2 (Off camera): “They say he stole them from Quick Trip“… “They say he stole them from Quick Trip“.
#1: “Bro he wasn’t at the fuckin’ Quick Trip”…
#2: “That’s the rumor” … “they say that’s the rumor“… “that shit up”…
#1: “Mother fucker’s lyin’ bro” … “dude was at The Ferguson Market bro, next to the McDonalds”…
But there you have it. The word on the street, the “rumor” was, the theft was at the Quick Trip – and ergo the Quick Trip was the source of the initial call to police.
So what did the street thugs do the very next night ?
They punished the Quick Trip, who was thought to be the cause of Mike Brown being busted by the Police because the convenience store “snitched” on him.
All of this designed to punish the business that violated the rules of the street and snitched on them, which led to one of their boys getting shot by the police.
The next move against a business for violating the rules of the street came the night after the police released the actual video of the theft at The Ferguson Liquor Market.
As a result of that information being released to the press The Ferguson Market became the target for looting and fire.
And now the owner / manager are fearful for their lives.
Again, street justice. Snitches get Stitches.
The motive for the violence and cultural behavior is to punish anyone who would support the rule of law and/or intimidate anyone to keeping their mouth shut. If you violate that street rule you run the risk of street justice being delivered upon you.
You can see the problem such constructs of society can levy against the surrounding community. If you don’t support the predatory system you will become a victim to the predators who run the construct.
This is why there are so many people who will only espouse the street version of events, even when those street versions are completely false. Such as the actual events surrounding the shooting of Mike Brown itself.
If any eye witness ever dared to speak the truth to what they witnessed they would soon find themselves up against the thugs who rule the street.
That’s why the key to determining the truth in such a scenario only found “behind the visible scenes”, in the unspoken conversations that can be captured by people who are tuned in to where the truthful conversation would be taking place. Conversations that people have when they are unaware of themselves being recorded.
Conversations like the one eye-witness we have shared who speaks in the background of the video shot at the actual scene of the shooting.
If you were to question this witness in the open you would never get the same response because that young man would be fearful of the street predators paying attention to what he was saying to authorities.
This “rule of the street” is also why this recording we uncovered is so critical to understanding the truth of what took place.
1 How’d he get from there to there?
#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck
#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him
#2 Then the next thing I know he coming back toward him cus - the police had his gun drawn already on him –
#1. Oh, the police got his gun
#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him
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