Sergeant Darren Wilson, St Louis PD

| August 15, 2014

On edit: I guess they’re not the same guy, see that’s why we don’t let you folks put people’s names and addresses on the blog.

So, I just watched the Ferguson Police Chief announce the name of the officer involved in the Ferguson, MO shooting of Michael Brown. Sergeant Darren Wilson is the name and this comes up on a Google search in an unrelated article;

The Ethical Society of Police, which represents African-American police officers, issued a letter to its members Tuesday, pledging to meet with African-American police commanders within the next week to express concerns about the lack of diversity among high-ranking officers in south patrol.

The group’s president, Sgt. Darren Wilson, said the highest-ranking black officer in the south patrol is a lieutenant. Wilson said a lack of minority commanders may have created an environment where someone felt comfortable enough to put a racist letter to an officer in a public mailbox.

So, since it’s an organization of black police officers, and Darren Wilson is the president of the organization, I’m guessing Darren Wilson is black himself. Maybe I’m naive about these things, but what’s the whole Al Sharpton thing about?

On edit: I guess they’re not the same guy, see that’s why we don’t let you folks put people’s names and addresses on the blog.

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  1. Arby says:

    What difference does it make? The media will make him any color/race/heritage that fits their narrative(e.g., see Zimmerman, a “White Hispanic.”

  2. Old Trooper says:

    Just as I told vwp; everyone is assuming that the officer is white. Now that the truth comes out; what are the race baiters gonna say next? Will that dumbass from the NBPP apologize to the white folk of Ferguson? Will Al Sharpton? Not likely.

    • Poohbah, Lord High Everything Else says:

      The race baiters need to step up their game.

      They need to become race master baiters.

      • Zach says:

        You idiots were wrong. Of course the officer is white.

        But please, continue with your “poor white man” cry-baby bullshit.

        • Jonn Lilyea says:

          Well, we weren’t the only ones to get it wrong.

        • NHSparky says:

          Of course, there are no shitty black cops, right asshole?

          Or should I make you Google the name Christopher Dorner?

          • DirtDart says:

            Or Willie Lovett of Savannah. Corruption- commercial gambling- Obstruction, false statements in writing- violation of oath of office.

            Zach- my gran has told me – “Stereotypes exist- because people do it to themselves.”

            My Gran was an immigrant who realized, change of latitude- change of attitude.

        • MGySgtRet. says:

          Hey Zach, you trolling piece of shit, go race bait elsewhere mkay?? And while you are at it, go fuck yourself.

          It is wonderful that we have enlightened doucherockets like you to show us the error of our ways, now go play in dense traffic.

        • rambo says:

          and what if you’re wrong? will you apologize? on this forum?

          • DefendUSA says:

            Jonn is a stand-up guy who issues corrections or apologies when necessary. No need to get your panties in a wad.
            Oh. Look. He corrected it.

        • The Other Whitey says:

          “Of course” how exactly, Zach? Unless you’re implying that a black guy could only be shot by a white cop (despite mountains of statistics to the contrary), because that would make you a racist. Good luck luck with that, Sparky.

  3. Nicki says:

    From what I understand, it’s not the same guy. The guy who shot the kid only had 6 years on the force, and was reportedly white. Darren Wilson is not an uncommon name.

  4. Lisa says:

    “Darren Wilson” isn’t an unusual name, this may be a different Darren Wilson–?

    I thought that the witnesses described the cop who shot Michael Brown as being White.

    • Keegan says:

      Biased Eyewitnesses will say whatever is convenient and suits there agenda. Come people, we are a society divided. This is no longer a “race issue”. Plus race is only a factor because we as a people let it be!

  5. Mike says:

    Guys, it only takes basic common sense and a single google search to realize this is a different Darren Wilson.

    For one thing, the one in the linked article works for the St. Louis PD, not Ferguson.

  6. Sapper3307 says:

    Apparently during the riots er sorry peaceful community protest no work boots were liberated from the capitalist owned shoe stores that were liberated from the oppressors by the oppressed community members that needed new footwear to out run the oppressive evil law enforcement troops in their evil MRAPs that are to big to roll over and set on fire.

  7. Jabatam says:

    Well the guy pictured in this article is black. Assuming that the reporter did their homework, it appears to be an older pic of the officer from around 30 years ago when he was a young. Assuming he didn’t go the Michael Jackson route, I’d assume he’s still black

  8. David says:

    Well, with a unique name like that, there could be no mistake – signed, John Smith.

    Earlier reports said the Ferguson PD was 53 strong, 50 white and 3 black. Odds are pretty fair that Wilson is white.

    Re. one of the Facebook comments appended – if all the cops have to wear cameras, there should be some evidence of the supposed patrol car fight. And if he was getting the snot beat out of him, sure hope someone took a lot of pictures of him – as is, by now he’s got some ‘spainin’ to do, regardless of whether it was a good shoot or not. I’d like to see more info than just the media statements of the co-stoppee, which has a vested interest in making this look as bad as possible.

    • UpNOrth says:

      I’d also like to see all the statements of the other “witnesses”. Like the one who said that Brown was on his knees, the other one who said he was “executed”, the other other one who said he was running away, the 4th other one who said he was shot down from 35 yards away, or the the 5th other one who said it was 35 feet, or the others who said he was shot in the back, the other witnesses who said he was shot in the chest. And, I’d like to see the videos and pictures from all of the Obamaphones. Strange that those videos have yet to be seen.

  9. jawn says:

    Since the civil rights agencies coined the term white hispanic,will they call the officer a white black if it turns out the cop who shot michael brown is black??? lololol!!

  10. cannoncocker says:

    Referring to the question of if it was a clean shoot: to quote Hillary Clinton, “What does it matter?”

    If she had uttered those words today in response to whether it was a clean shoot I would be right there with her. Because at this point, it really doesn’t matter if it was a clean shoot or not. That officer will have to keep a loaded gun in every room in his house plus 2 more on his person at all times every day for the rest of his life regardless of the outcome of the investigation. Welcome to the reality of mob mentality. And it could happen to any one of us at any time….but only if you’re a white guy who happens to have to draw down on a black guy in self defense one day. Doesn’t matter if you had a clean shoot….mob mentality will find you guilty in the court of public opinion no matter what any lawyer or judge has to say about it.

  11. Herbert J Messkit says:

    Amazing the number of stupid ignorant people who in a nation of 300 million spout off and threaten the first bob smith or mike jones they find

  12. Thunderstixx says:

    I have a very good friend that lives very close to the Ferguson areas that the shooting took place at.
    She has a very good friend that was an eyewitness to the entire altercation including the shooting, It is not at all as what we have seen or even heard, not even close to the story out there.
    The thug, Brown was 6’3″, 280+ lbs and very aggressive. He was shot several times and still kept coming leading to the summation that he was high on something at the time. It was finally the last head shot that stopped Brown.
    This is going to get really ugly when the truth of the entire thing comes out.
    Brown was implicated in a multiple witnessed strong armed robbery and that is why the cop attempted to arrest him in the first place. That is where the surveillance pictures come from so those pictures are real and are Brown strong arming the shorter man is true.
    He taunted the cop asking him. “What are you gonna do, shoot me?” Then Brown began charging Officer Wilson requiring him to start unloading his sidearm into Brown. Brown continued to charge Officer Wilson until Officer Wilson made the final shot to Brown in the head.
    I can imagine that Officer Wilson was afraid for his own life as Brown was very big and was probably high on some kind of drug that gave him super strength.
    I believe my St. Louis friend, they are a lifelong friend and honesty is the cornerstone of our relationship.
    This is going to get a lot worse before it gets any better…

    • Delilah T. says:

      It’s definitely worse. The riots are picking up.

      Looks as though people are gathering there just to make trouble now. Good reason to stay out of that area.

    • Albert Borders says:

      This page is full of idiotic comments but this one clearly has to be the stupidest. If Mike were assaulting the officer why would he ever stop and run away just to turn back allowing the officer to pull his weapon and begin unloading. I guess that shot in the back must have kicked in those drugs and gave him all that super strength. How naive can you possibly be?

      • TacticalTrunkMonkey says:

        Reports came back…all shots were in the front.


        • GDContractor says:

          Yeah, and this off camera audio recorded shortly after the shooting:

          #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 doubled 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
          #2 Police fired shots – the next thing I know – the police was missing
          #1 The Police?
          #2 The Police shot him
          #1 Police?
          #2 The next thing I know … I’m thinking … the dude started running … (garbled something about “he took it from him”)