Police Begin Aggressively Intimidating Journalists in Ferguson

Patti Beers
November 10, 2014

(TheAntiMedia) Police in Ferguson have been harassing, following, detaining and arresting, calling the work places of people doing independent media, especially live streamers.






ST LOUIS COPTALK is a public website where current St Louis Police and retired cops talk shit about St. Louis residents and protesters.





@StackIzShort is an independent journalist & activist in Ferguson, MO who broadcasts live at http://ustre.am/1i2lw

“I am an freelance journalist who broadcasts the truth, unedited from my phone.

Since the shooting & killing of Mike Brown, dedicated demonstrators have taken to the street, calling for reform & justice. I try to be with them, and by their side as much as possible. My goal is to show you an insider’s look of what is happening, from the perspective of the people.

I am an activist first. I started streaming to counter the police’s narrative of events during arrests. Many of the arrests I observed were targeted attacks on certain individuals, or executed dangerously. Using the video & streams we are able to add a another layer of protection to people on the street.

I am in need of funds to fill the gap in income streaming creates, safety equipment, tech equipment, wellness & self-care supplies & gas.”

You can support her work by donating: http://fnd.us/c/dtDi5

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