Jose Hernandez of Anaheim held a sign reading, “No Justice, No Peace” as he stood near where Officer Kevin Ferguson lived in the 1600 block of West Palais Road, which is close to Euclid Street. It was unclear if he still resides in the house.
Hernandez said Ferguson’s firing his weapon during the Feb. 21, 2017 confrontation with a 13-year-old boy was inexcusable.
“We are angry and frustrated and can’t let it happen, “he said. “He should be fired and held accountable (by prosecutors).”
As the protesters walked along Palais Road, brutal Anaheim police officers, who have increased patrols on the street to ensure peace, watched.
The Orange County Register reports that Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas announced there wasn’t enough evidence to file any charge against Ferguson.
The confrontation started when the psycho LAPD thug pulled a gun on teens walking across his front lawn. It gained widespread attention after videos of the incident surfaced.
Enjoy your Police State.