The spokesman for the police department in Ferguson, Missouri, may be suspended without pay after admitting he known a roadside memorial for an unarmed teenager killed by police as being a "pile of trash," metropolis announced over the weekend. Dallas Asian Escorts
After insisting he'd been misquoted, Officer Timothy Zoll later admitted he earned the remark into a Washington Post reporter who called him on Friday about reports that your motorist had driven in the flowers and signs left in tribute to 18-year-old Michael Brown.
"I don't know that a crime has occurred," Zoll was quoted as saying from the Post's report on Friday. "But a pile of trash in the middle of the street? The Washington Post is building a call over this?"
The town of Ferguson said in a statement on Saturday that Zoll confessed he previously misled his bosses when he initially denied making the remarks, knowning that Zoll was immediately place on unpaid leave while unspecified "disciplinary proceedings" begin.
"The location of Ferguson really wants to emphasize that negative remarks in regards to the Michael Brown memorial do not reflect the emotions in the Ferguson Police Department," the statement said, "and so are in direct contradiction on the efforts of City officials to relocate the memorial to some more secure location." Dallas Asian Escort
Residents have since restored the memorial, based on local media reports, which marks the location where Ferguson officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Brown, who was simply unarmed, in the encounter in the street in August, situations of which have been fiercely disputed.
Wilson is white and Brown was black, and Brown's death along with a grand jury's decision not to ever indict Wilson have prompted waves of rallies over the Us by protesters who accuse American police forces to be disproportionately hostile toward black citizens.