Black protesters in St. Louis turned violent Friday, with at least four cops being assaulted and numerous demonstrators maced.
St. Louis Police Department said Friday evening that the protests were “no longer considered peaceful,” as protesters threw bottles at officers, smashed police vehicle windshields, ignored officers’ requests to clear a roadway ultimately leaving at least four cops with injuries.
Michael Issacson, an adjunct-professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and known Antifa leader, said “Some of y’all might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teacher at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops.”
Michael Issacson harbors total disdain for the active and future police officers that he teachers at John Jay College.
Recent media reports have revealed Issacson’s disgusting anti-police attitudes and his gleeful embrace of political violence, including terrorism violence against police officers, as expressed in his own social media postings.
This dung heap should not be allowed on campus until he takes a bath and gets a hair cut.
A black Louisiana man has been charged after he threatened to kill white people and children.
Jacob Watson, 22, was jailed after he told a woman and her grandchildren at a local park that he’d kill all white people, then kill children at a nearby school.
Watson, is currently on probation, was charged on two counts of terrorizing, which have been added to his reported criminal history that already includes theft and battery, burglary and narcotics arrests.
Lamont Deshon Barrett, 31, a black substitute teacher was charged with indecent liberties with a child. An investigation was opened after a 16 year old student at Rocky River High School reportedly came forward saying Barrett had touched them inappropriately.
Barrett also allegedly showed the student “inappropriate videos of sexual nature.”
Police confirmed that more students came forward with similar accusations after the arrest of Lamont Deshon Barrett was made.