As if the death of Michael Brown wasn’t sad enough, today we get even sadder news out of ferguson. As the community of Ferguson is still recovering from the tragedy and is still searching for justice, someone has burned the Mike Brown memorial in Ferguson.
According to NBC reports, The Ferguson Fire Department responded to a 6:45 a.m. call at Canfield Drive Tuesday morning where the memorial lay not far from where Brown was shot and killed on August 9th, NBC reports. Firefighters used portable water extinguishers to put out the fire in a small area where people had placed mementos in memory of the 18-year-old, who was fatally shot by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, Capt. Jeremy Corcoran told the news station.
Authorities say that the cause of the fire is “not immediately clear” and Corcoran points out that there was evidence that candles had been a part of the memorial. But as foul as official responses (or lack thereof) have been since the day Brown died, and considering all the lies they’ve told up to this point, it’s hard to believe that this was an accident and not a malicious act.
Stay tuned to HHS1987 as more comes to the light regarding this matter.
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