Ferguson Police Chief Says Cops Have Been Shot At Every Night
Video from Hannity, hat tip to the great and indefatigable Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit:
Police Chief Thomas Jackson: We haven’t had a single protester injured. The only injuries have been to police officers. One had his ankle broken by a brick… I think this was the first time we had a firebomb thrown at us but we have taken gunfire pretty much every night…
Hannity: You’ve taken gunfire. Meaning shots have been fired at officers?
Chief Jackson: Yes. Myself included.
There’s only one problem: protesters have been hurt.
I’ve mainly seen injuries resulting from rubber bullets, but they are injuries.
Not as bad as a broken ankle, but still…
It took a lot of guts to do what this young man did. They also offered him 20k in hush money. Fabulous. The proof in my opinion here is that...Read More
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