Michael Brown’s Stepdad Under Investigation for “Burn This Bitch Down” Incitement

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 4, 2014

Louis "Burn This Bitch Down" Head
Louis “Burn This Bitch Down” Head

So, Michael Brown had just robbed a liquor store when he decided to attack a cop and got shot.

His family, Obama, Holder and the rest of the international Black community – along with many self-hating Whites – protest, insinuating that Black people have a right to rob liquor stores and attack White cops.

As part of the protest, his grandmother and cousins are selling t-shirts with his face on them.  His mother then gathers a posse and robs the Grandmother of several hundreds of dollars, plus the t-shirts.  A man is put in the hospital after being beaten with a pipe during the armed robbery.

Then they go to the UN.

Then the cop is acquitted, with a grand jury claiming that if a Black tries to kill you, you do have a right to defend yourself, even if you happen to be White.

So then Brown’s stepdad Louis Head incites a riot, demanding that the hordes of Black “burn this bitch down.”

Many buildings are burned.

Meffeggeh wee be du dat birn da fyr upindis murrfeger.  Sheeet bees ol upindat fyr n sheet betch.
Meffeggeh wee be du dat birn da fyr upindis murrfeger. Sheeet bees ol upindat fyr n sheet betch.

Now, Head is being investigated for inciting arson.

New York Post:

Police are investigating Michael Brown’s stepfather for angry comments on the streets of Ferguson after a grand jury decided not to indict the police officer who fatally shot his stepson, a spokesman said Tuesday.

Officials want to talk to Louis Head about his comments as part of a broader investigation into the arson, vandalism and looting that followed the Nov. 24 grand jury announcement, St. Louis County Police spokesman Brian Schellman said.

Twelve commercial buildings were destroyed by fire.

Head, her husband, comforts her then yells angry comments, including “Burn this b—h down!”

Family attorney Benjamin Crump has called the reaction “raw emotion,” but “completely inappropriate.”

He did not immediately return messages seeking comment Tuesday.

Head has not yet been interviewed by police, and there is no timetable for when the investigation will be complete, Schellman said.

He declined to discuss what specific charges Head could face.

A message left with a spokesman for St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch was not immediately returned.

It seems to me the logical thing to do would be to detain anyone and everyone even remotely involved with Michael Brown and his family, as they are clearly at the center of a criminal Black conspiracy to… eff things up on purpose.