Good afternoon! We have breaking news coming from Ferguson, Missouri. Many growing outrages right now, after an unarmed African American teenager was shot and killed by an officer. There are conflicting reports on what lead to the shooting... We'll keep you updated with more details
Well how do you feel about that
It's not right, he didn't do any harm to others. So the policeman didn't have to be aggressive and shoot him. I really hope he gets charged with murder.
How can you say that!? You don't know half the story.
You don't know if that man, Micheal was a bad man charged with murder himself or assault.
Good morning class! Let's pick up where we left off.
Mrs. Allen, how can go on about your day!?
What do you mean? Did something happen yesterday?
Did you know him?
No, but how would you feel if you were in Michael's shoes?
Did you not see the news or see what was on Facebook?
I'm sorry, I must of missed it.
A policeman killed an innocent unarmed man!
Maybe I should say something or not? buutt everyone has their own opinions
Well according to the New York Times they interviewed a documentary filmmaker, Jason Pollck, watched the tape and stated that Mr. Brown was doing a drug deal. By the looks of the video, he had a sack of cigarillos.
Certain people see the police as a necessary item to keep random violence; others such as a younger group, like us, see them like their the reason for this violence
You are just stating facts. What are your real thoughts? Do you think it's right or wrong?
Um Well Denny I can agree with you because the policeman was doing his job by protecting the community
Bob is also right because they shouldn't jump to conclusions and assume by the color of your skin you're a suspect
You see! she agrees that policemen are supposed to protect and serve, not shoot and kill. Badge, policeman or civilian you should not judge a person or have assumptions before you take actions