Ferguson Cop Points Gun At Protesters And Press, Screams "I Will F***ing Kill You", Has Been "Relocated"

Tyler Durden's picture

In the aftermath of recent violent events and now that even the US Attorney General has arrived, one would assume that the Ferguson police had at least some "sensitivity" training about how to approach protesters, especially those "armed" with cameras. Not in this case. The footage below out of Ferguson shows a police officer pointing his gun directly at protesters and reporters while screaming "I’m going to f***ing kill you!"

The clip shows a Ferguson officer with his gun raised pointing it directly at a citizen journalist who was live streaming at the time: the incident was witnessed by Infowars reporter Joe Biggs who was also filming the incident.

"My hands are up bro, my hands are up," states the journalist before the cop responds, "I’m going to f***ing kill you, get back, get back!"

"You’re going to kill him?” asks another individual before the journalist asks, “did he just threaten to kill me?"

When the cop is asked for his name he responds, "go fuck yourself."

It didn't end there.

As Infowars reports, "another clip shows the officer pointing his gun as protesters demand he lower the weapon. A second cop intervenes to make the officer lower his weapon as more irate demonstrators demand to know the officer’s name."

The officer’s response to people asking for his name almost immediately prompted the launch of the Twitter hashtag #officergofuckyourself.

Biggs live tweeted the incident, and also took this photograph of the cop.

The incident is certain to provoke curiosity as to just how the local Police department is handling the de-escalation of local tensions.

As for police officer #officergofuckyourself, it appears he is no longer "on location."

One also wonders: if not in Ferguson, just where can this pleasant, if "relocated", individual be encountered?

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WTFUD's picture

Relocated to the next DISTRICT ( TINDERBOX ) 'cause HE has the attitude they want/need.

An ordinary criminal/zealot like him is currently residing in GITMO.

Follow this fuck and if GOLDMAN / JPM have an IPO on him get on early.

SgtShaftoe's picture

That guy was not on steroids unless it was wrapped in layers and layers of nom nom.  mmmh... birthday cake!!!

Rastadamus's picture

This is how you deal with negroes in Missouri.

discopimp's picture

No way they are going to get insurance for this town for under 10 X what they are paying now.  They will be canceled, if not already, from thier current carrier;  lets see when they start raising property taxes how many of these "officers" will still be around.  

NOZZLE's picture

You guys really don't get it, keep pounding on your little keyboards isolated in your so called virtual reality instead of actually living and gaining some experience.   You probably think that what cops do is a joke, jokes on you or will be soon enough.

What the fuck are these so called journalists doing there anyway, covering the ritual bone tossing by the savages? 

LongMarch's picture

Ummm recording the truth???

Hope you forgot the sarc tag.

If not, fuck you.


cougar_w's picture

Americans gave up on the truth a long time ago. Conspiracies and chem-trails or GTFO.

On the plus side most people around here are too stupid to notice what I'm really doing. As a result I can do pretty much as I like.

Tenshin Headache's picture

So we can mark you down as opposed to freedom of the press, then?

Duffy's picture

Was it by living and gaining experience that you became such a clueless, statist cunt?

RichardENixon's picture

I have some experience DoucheNozzle, having been in LA during the Rodney King riots and New Orleans during Katrina. I learned to stay as far away from the cops as possible.

p00k1e's picture

Are you crying right now?  I can't tell for sure.


Please Advise,



q99x2's picture

This is it man. The fascist FED b ankers have paid and trained the internal police agencies including the DHS to turn the United States of America into a NAZI FED backed state. If you and your decendents have any hopes for the future you better be prepared to fight them like our grandfathers fought the Nazis. These bastards are being trained provocoteered and tested right before your eyes. We had them all there: the CIA, FBI, DHS, First Responders, National Guard, Police and fire department. That is exactly the groups I made a promotional video for (all included in First Responders back then) in 2005. They work for the globalists and they are going to take America down.

So, Dudes stop being so queer before its too late.

KrugerrandFan's picture

Not looking to excuse his behaviour but look at that last photo.  That guy is fucking scared!

p00k1e's picture

The protesters are dead (seriously six to the body and head, dead) once the camera eye moves on.


firewire888's picture

So another false flag is coming like 9/11, then cops are hero's again?  Easy.

yogibear's picture

The Department of Homeland Shooters (DHS) has a need for cops that are trigger-happy. Willing to shoot anyone, even children, we have a job for you. We have billions of rounds ammunition that needs to be used.

bigrooster's picture

This fucking asshole needs to be in jail!

The good cops need to get a sock and bar of soap and beat the shit out this douchebag.

Seasmoke's picture

No. This asshole needs to be hanged.

Tall Tom's picture

You forgot the blanket.


Yeah...Pigs in a Blanket.

robertocarlos's picture

LOL. Who knew cops were this stupid.

Alea Iactaest's picture

That's your best shot? Why even comment? It's not that cops are stupid. It's that you have become property, without free will, and the people in control are no longer worried about letting you know.

TeethVillage88s's picture

Would be Interesting to See the Leader of the New Black Panthers confront one of these type "Roid-Heads".

Not that I want anyone hurt. Actually the Officer above, LEO, looks a little afraid, could be he is afraid that he is going to shoot someone.

You don't want LEOs who are emotional in this way. I always thought that was a factor in Zimmerman taking a gun, getting out of his car, and following Treyvon Martin. A guy with a gun can get jumped and if we was afraid to begin with "Death by Mis-adventure" is a lot more likely.

National Guard at Kent State all over again.

Duc888's picture


NOZZLE:  "You guys really don't get it,.........."


Hahahaha we get it.  It's called dumbing down the police officers.......... 

It's working wonderfully.


Pure Evil's picture

No need to dumb them down. They come pre-programmed by the pubic skools.

Infinite QE's picture

I know the police chief of Ferguson was trained in Israeli and I have to wonder if this chap was along for that ride.

Infinite QE's picture

Perhaps a relocation to the Mexican border is in order?

Boiling Frogs's picture

And let's relocate these reporters to Iraq.

The cops, the media, and the blacks... this whole shit show gives me tired head.

loonyleft's picture

Is it so hard to believe that maybe, just maybe another cop might have 'lost it' just like this one? 

I am putting it to paper now, (as if that matters). I predict the police know that Brown did have his hands up and was trying to surrender and that Wilson did open fire and kill him BUT.........that will still count as a justified shooting because he was DAZED from the previous punch from Brown and still felt imminent threat to his life,even though Brown was surrendering.

And that is how you spin killing an unarmed surrendering person.


Wilson suffered a fractured eye socket in the fracas, and was left dazed by the initial confrontation, the source said.


corporatewhore's picture

There are good cops and then there are bad cops.  I've dealt with both and the bad ones have NO business of providing service to the general community.

You'll find them in Saint Louis, Missouri and you'll find them in Lexington, Virginia.

Why the police continue to have them in their department is the question to ask.  They are a known financial time bomb?  Is the police union that powerful that they can allow misfits to expose the good cops to their recklessness?

ncdirtdigger's picture

Why the police continue to have them in their dept.? Because even if they do something terribly stupid, and get the dept. sued, it is the taxpayer that foots the bill, not his fellow officers. Not the union. The taxpayers!

Duffy's picture

Maybe Obama will sit down and have a beer with this guy and the fella with the iPhone and share a 'teachable moment' before hitting the links...



czarangelus's picture

Police are the punching fist of the State, and its by and through them that the State enforces its will.

huggy_in_london's picture

America - the land of the free 

Barnaby's picture

As a journalist, if I had .001 Bitcoin for every time this has happened to me I'd have enough fiat to buy Heidi Klum's homes, cameras and fibre optics. I'd also be so rich, I'd be self-righteous enough to never even peek at her sweet Seal-abandoned tulips.

This "gonna kill you" shit is a regular thing. If you're a good reporter, cops hate you more than the homeless.

JR's picture

Again, this is rule by words and tape; no evidence and it will give the mob a new scenario on white v. black. To the rule of law, asks Thomas Sowell of those who rush to judgment in Ferguson, “do you prefer the rule of the media and/or the mob?” Here’s Sowell’s piece (Aug. 20, 2014):

Mob Rules in Ferguson | Newsmax

Those of us who admit that we were not there, and do not know what happened when Michael Brown was shot by a policeman in Ferguson, Missouri, seem to be in the minority. 

We all know what has happened since then — and it has been a complete disgrace by politicians, the media, and mobs of rioters and looters. Despite all the people who act as if they know exactly what happened, nevertheless when the full facts come out, that can change everything.

This is why we have courts of law, instead of relying on the media or mobs. But politics is undermining law.

On the eve of a grand jury being convened to go through the facts and decide whether there should be a prosecution of the policeman in this case, Gov. Jay Nixon of Missouri has gone on television to say that there should be a "vigorous prosecution."

There was a time when elected officials avoided commenting on pending legal processes, so as not to bias those processes. But Gov. Nixon apparently has no fear of poisoning the jury pool.

The only alternative explanation is that this is exactly what he intends to do. It is a disgrace either way. 

Race is the wild card in all this. The idea that you can tell who is innocent and who is guilty by the color of their skin is a notion that was tried out for generations, back in the days of the Jim Crow South. I thought we had finally rejected that kind of legalized lynch law. But apparently it has only been put under new management.

Television people who show the home of the policeman involved, and give his name and address — knowing that he has already received death threats — are truly setting a new low. They seem to be trying to make themselves judge, jury, and executioner.

Then there are the inevitable bullet counters asking, "Why did he shoot him six times?" This is the kind of thing people say when they are satisfied with talking points, and see no need to stop and think seriously about a life-and-death question. If you are not going to be serious about life and death, when will you be serious?

By what principle should someone decide how many shots should be fired? The bullet counters seldom, if ever, ask that question, much less try to answer it.

Since the only justifiable reason for shooting in the first place is self-protection, when should you stop shooting? Obviously when there is no more danger. But there is no magic number of shots that will tell you when you are out of danger.

Even if all your shots hit, that doesn't mean anything if the other guy keeps coming and is still a danger. You can be killed by a wounded man. 

Different witnesses give conflicting accounts of exactly what happened in the shooting of Michael Brown. That is one of the reasons why grand juries collect facts. But, if Michael Brown — a 6-foot-4-inch, 300-pound man — was still charging at the policeman, as some allege, there is no mystery why the cop kept shooting. 

But, if Michael Brown was surrendering, as others allege, then there was no reason to fire even one shot. But the number of shots tells us nothing.

None of this is rocket science. Why bullet counters cannot be bothered to stop and think is a continuing mystery. 

Among the other unthinking phrases repeated endlessly is, "He shot an unarmed man." When does anyone know that someone is unarmed? Unless you frisk him, you don't know — until, of course, after you have shot him.

The only time I ever pointed a firearm at a human being, I had no idea whether he was armed or unarmed. To this day I don't know whether he was armed or unarmed. Fortunately for both of us, he froze in his tracks. 

Was I supposed to wait until I made sure he had a gun before I used a gun? Is this some kind of sporting contest? 

Some critics object when someone with a gun shoots someone who only has a knife. Do those critics know that you are just as dead when you are killed with a knife as you are when you are killed by a gun?

If we can't be bothered to stop and think, instead of repeating pat phrases, don't expect to live under the rule of law. Do you prefer the rule of the media and/or the mob?

Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Read more reports from Thomas Sowell


SemperFudge's picture

In all fairness, the Ferguson police have been polluting the jury pool as well throughout this debacle by releasing other details unrelated to the incident in question. That tape in the convenience store likely won't make it into evidence in court if the cop is prosecuted, so what better way to make the public aware of it then by "leaking" it to the press and polluting the jury pool that way?

Both sides are using every mechanism they can to influence the trial later, just FYI.

MsCreant's picture


paranium's picture


Trials take too long. We want someone lethally injected within the hour.

JR's picture

Thanks for the note, MsCreant, and even now the suggestion of more evidence is coming in. On Fox News, “Missouri cop was badly beaten before shooting Michael Brown, says source…”

Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Mo., police officer whose fatal shooting of Michael Brown touched off more than a week of demonstrations, suffered severe facial injuries, including an orbital (eye socket) fracture, and was nearly beaten unconscious by Brown moments before firing his gun, a source close to the department's top brass told FoxNews.com.

“The Assistant (Police) Chief took him to the hospital, his face all swollen on one side,” said the insider. “He was beaten very severely.” 

According to the well-placed source, Wilson was coming off another case in the neighborhood on Aug. 9 when he ordered Michael Brown and his friend Dorain Johnson to stop walking in the middle of the road because they were obstructing traffic. However, the confrontation quickly escalated into physical violence, the source said.

“They ignored him and the officer started to get out of the car to tell them to move," the source said. "They shoved him right back in, that’s when Michael Brown leans in and starts beating Officer Wilson in the head and the face."

The source claims that there is "solid proof" that there was a struggle between Brown and Wilson for the policeman’s firearm, resulting in the gun going off – although it still remains unclear at this stage who pulled the trigger. Brown started to walk away according to the account, prompting Wilson to draw his gun and order him to freeze. Brown, the source said, raised his hands in the air, and turned around saying, "What, you're going to shoot me?"

At that point, the source told FoxNews.com, the 6-foot-4, 292-pound Brown charged Wilson, prompting the officer to fire at least six shots at him, including the fatal bullet that penetrated the top of Brown's skull, according to an independent autopsy conducted at the request of Brown's family.

Wilson suffered a fractured eye socket in the fracas, and was left dazed by the initial confrontation, the source said. He is now "traumatized, scared for his life and his family, injured and terrified" that a grand jury, which began hearing evidence on Wednesday, will "make some kind of example out of him," the source said….


Lost Word's picture

Follow the evidence trail.

It is all Unsubstantiated Anonymous sources.

Nothing Official.

Bad Journalism, Lying Journalism.

Hannibal's picture

What a fucking thug cop. Unfucking believable!!!

uniman's picture

I have been working on a fictional treatment of a similar scenario. The basic idea is that civil disobedience on a remarkably small scale can achieve its goals because the police are not able to adequately respond.  What are their choices?

1. They can issue citations and make arrests.

That plays right into my hands in that these things cost money for .gov to prosecute and my resistors (the Brothers) are very thoroughly judgement-proof.  They ignore all this paperwork and fines mean nothing to them.  Gonna lock them up?  All of them?  For what? Swimmng in the court house fountain?  That's going to keep them off the street for a long time. </sarc>

2. Give them the Rodney King treatment.

Despite the occasional shooting, and somewhat more frequent assults, police actions are heavily biased again opening fire and slaughtering en masse. 

As this article shows, a few resistors armed with cell phones can goad police into foolish action.  This cop could very likely be made an example of his.  He can kiss his job and pension goodbye.  Next to go will be wife, house, and kids when he's not the rich man anymore.  This man has fucked with the Brothers and has lost big-time.

And just as this individual cop has lost, so can the City, County, State, Feds, and Federation lose it.  Why all these threatrics?  Why doesn't .gov just quietly arrest these rioters/protesters, one by one, until they're all gone?  It would be easy to pick them apart individually until the crowd evaporates.  But .gov can't do that because it's too expensive to warehouse and prosecute lots of people.  And they'd all walk in a day or two anyway.  Ready to rinse, wash, and repeat.

Looting and violence plays right into their hands.  Let this article remind us that their power is substantially attenuated in the face of non-violent resistance.

wrs1's picture

Looks to me like a loser with a badge, what makes him special that he gets to carry a gun and kill others when he is angry?  What is it about govt that allows the lowest of humanity to lord it over the rest of us?  Why do people support govt anyway given the type of people it attracts?

p00k1e's picture

Dark folk need to become more docile, like the light folk!

If I was cop I’d shoot white kids, nobody cares.   And later, just lose the tape.

Salt Lake officer captured Dillon Taylor (white kid) shooting on body camera


netpounder's picture

That mentally unstable cop almost started World War Z.


p00k1e's picture

Remove the teeth of that cop with an Ice Pick.  North Koreans would. 

trader1's picture

why does that copper look at lot like hank schrader from breaking bad?

TomGa's picture

This guy's badge needs to be pulled immediately.  This is far worse than the Coneticut cop who was recorded saying that Obama shredded the Constitution. That cop was "voluntarily retired" within days.   This hot head is simply a dangerous loose cannon with self-worth and anger management issues. Absolutely unacceptable and unsuitable for this kind of work.