Michael Brown’s Step-Father Louis Head Being Investigated for Inciting Riots in Ferguson, MO … “Burn the B*tch Down”
Last time I checked it was against the law to yell fire in a movie theater or bomb in an airport, unless there actually was one …
Oh the irony. Louis Head, the step-father of Michael Brown in being investigated by local officials for possibly inciting riots following the grand jury no indictment decision. Following the grand jury decision on November 24 not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, his step-dad went off and fanned the flames, literally, as he yelled over and over, “Burn this Bitch down” … “Burn this motherf*cker down!” Hmm, guess what happened … the mobs burned Ferguson, Mo down.
Nice try CNN, is doesn’t matter whether Lois Head intended to cause a riot. What did he think was going to happen to the powder keg? Even if your intent is a joke to yell fire or bomb at the movies or airport, it is still a crime. However, the reality is that nothing will be done. All in the name of racial harmony, this irresponsible act will be swept away as individuals lost their businesses because of those acts. Did Louis Head cause all the riots in Ferguson after the indictment came down, no. But he certainly did not help and he should have known better. What a role model for Michael Brown, eh?
Michael Brown’s step-father, Louis Head, shouts “Burn This Bitch Down” … “Burn this motherf*cker down!”
To some, they’re the gut-wrenching emotional cries of a man whose stepson’s life was taken.
Others say they were dangerous words that sparked a powder keg as violent protests broke out in Ferguson, Missouri last week.
But did Michael Brown’s stepfather intend to incite rioting in the St. Louis suburb?
That’s a question Ferguson police say they’re looking into.
Brown’s stepfather didn’t hold back as news of a grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson reached Ferguson. As throngs in front of the Ferguson Police Department listened to St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch’s announcement on cell phones and radios, Louis Head stepped onto a platform above the crowd and embraced his wife, Brown’s mother. He then turned to the demonstrators — some of them shouting “F— the police!” — and yelled, “Burn this motherf—er down!” and “Burn this bitch down!”
Watch Feruson, Missouri burn as Louis Head called for.