Quotes on the riots and looting in Ferguson, Missouri:

"Sure a few people get free TVs and stuff, but riots and looting blight communities for years, even decades, afterward as they frighten away investment." --Instapundit

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"You have to be able to see the difference between right and wrong to understand blacks, for to them nothing they do is ever wrong, it's always justified." -- Minister commenting on PrayerCall

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"It shouldn't look like this, it looks bad," Dellena Jones said. "It looks terrible, especially with the burned down QuikTrip. It's like a terrible flaw, it looks bad. So we do want to fix it because we want the facelift. We want it to look good, but we want it remain looking that way once we fix it." --Carolina News station

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“I hate to say this, but I’m going to tell you what you need to hear as opposed to what you want to hear!” Gentry, identified by Fox as a minister and who is based in Los Angeles, said earlier in the week. “All we know how to do is blame the police and white folks for our actions. That’s all we know how to do is blame police and white folks.”

“‘They mistreating us,’” he added in a mocking voice. “‘They beating on us. Oh slavery still exists. Oh oh.’ I’m sick of it!”

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In 2001 there were riots in Cincinnati following a shooting. Recently this is what the Washington Post had to say:

"Last month, when two city police officers shot Donyale Rowe to death after they had pulled him over for changing lanes without signaling, Cincinnati’s police chief immediately named the officers involved and published their performance reviews, described how Rowe had pulled a gun on the cops and released video of the incident from the squad car’s camera. The shooting resulted in minimal news coverage and no signs of anger on the streets. Leaders of the 2001 protests said the police had apparently acted appropriately."

We do not know the race of the officers involved although I am sure that can be located. The "management" of people is required placing a blinding light on an incident they would otherwise assume was unjustified.