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A man shot by undercover police in Ferguson after he fired at them during an anniversary protest of Michael Brown's death was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison.

Tyrone Harris, 20, pleaded guilty Friday to four counts of assaulting police, five counts of armed criminal action and one count of shooting at or from a vehicle. St. Louis County Judge Joseph Dueker sentenced Harris to 15 years on all counts as part of a plea agreement between Harris and prosecutors.

Charges said St. Louis County detectives saw Harris shooting about 11:25 p.m. Aug. 9, 2015, in the 9200 block of West Florissant Avenue during an exchange of gunfire between two groups of people. It happened during demonstrations on the anniversary of the killing of Brown, 18, by a Ferguson police officer.

Police said that the officers went after Harris in an unmarked car, with warning lights flashing, and that he fired at them. At least one shot hit their vehicle. Police returned fire and pursued him on foot. They shot him, they said, when he turned at them with a 9mm pistol that had been reported stolen in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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A man shot by undercover police in Ferguson after he fired at them during an anniversary protest of Michael Brown's death was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison.

Tyrone Harris, 20, pleaded guilty Friday to four counts of assaulting police, five counts of armed criminal action and one count of shooting at or from a vehicle. St. Louis County Judge Joseph Dueker sentenced Harris to 15 years on all counts as part of a plea agreement between Harris and prosecutors.

Charges said St. Louis County detectives saw Harris shooting about 11:25 p.m. Aug. 9, 2015, in the 9200 block of West Florissant Avenue during an exchange of gunfire between two groups of people. It happened during demonstrations on the anniversary of the killing of Brown, 18, by a Ferguson police officer.

Police said that the officers went after Harris in an unmarked car, with warning lights flashing, and that he fired at them. At least one shot hit their vehicle. Police returned fire and pursued him on foot. They shot him, they said, when he turned at them with a 9mm pistol that had been reported stolen in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Gunman shot by police during Ferguson protest gets 15 years in prison

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If Obama had a son...
 

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A man shot by undercover police in Ferguson after he fired at them during an anniversary protest of Michael Brown's death was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison.

Tyrone Harris, 20, pleaded guilty Friday to four counts of assaulting police, five counts of armed criminal action and one count of shooting at or from a vehicle. St. Louis County Judge Joseph Dueker sentenced Harris to 15 years on all counts as part of a plea agreement between Harris and prosecutors.

Charges said St. Louis County detectives saw Harris shooting about 11:25 p.m. Aug. 9, 2015, in the 9200 block of West Florissant Avenue during an exchange of gunfire between two groups of people. It happened during demonstrations on the anniversary of the killing of Brown, 18, by a Ferguson police officer.

Police said that the officers went after Harris in an unmarked car, with warning lights flashing, and that he fired at them. At least one shot hit their vehicle. Police returned fire and pursued him on foot. They shot him, they said, when he turned at them with a 9mm pistol that had been reported stolen in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Gunman shot by police during Ferguson protest gets 15 years in prison

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Let's make sure he is only the first that will suffer the consequences of his actions! Don't drop the soap, little boy.
 

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15 years isn't much for shooting at Law Enforcement, but the OP is so racist is is difficult to cheer. He had it coming, and MORE.
 
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Let's make sure he is only the first that will suffer the consequences of his actions! Don't drop the soap, little boy.
Finally, he'll be reunited with his male family members and friends.
 

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A man shot by undercover police in Ferguson after he fired at them during an anniversary protest of Michael Brown's death was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison.

Tyrone Harris, 20, pleaded guilty Friday to four counts of assaulting police, five counts of armed criminal action and one count of shooting at or from a vehicle. St. Louis County Judge Joseph Dueker sentenced Harris to 15 years on all counts as part of a plea agreement between Harris and prosecutors.

Charges said St. Louis County detectives saw Harris shooting about 11:25 p.m. Aug. 9, 2015, in the 9200 block of West Florissant Avenue during an exchange of gunfire between two groups of people. It happened during demonstrations on the anniversary of the killing of Brown, 18, by a Ferguson police officer.

Police said that the officers went after Harris in an unmarked car, with warning lights flashing, and that he fired at them. At least one shot hit their vehicle. Police returned fire and pursued him on foot. They shot him, they said, when he turned at them with a 9mm pistol that had been reported stolen in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

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You mean he didn't use "Hands up, Don't shoot".
 

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That's "justice"?

The bastard better do every day of that 15 years, plus extra time for the shit he does in prison.
 

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BTW...

I'd bet the OP is a bed wetting liberal pretending to be opposed to regressivism.


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15 years isn't much for shooting at Law Enforcement, but the OP is so racist is is difficult to cheer. He had it coming, and MORE.
What does the OPs societal viewpoint, have to do with showing gratitude for a criminal getting his comeuppance?
 

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If you want to stop these assholes from shooting at cops make it automatic death penalty.

It usually is when the cops have a chance to shoot back.
 

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15 years isn't much for shooting at Law Enforcement, but the OP is so racist is is difficult to cheer. He had it coming, and MORE.
What does the OPs societal viewpoint, have to do with showing gratitude for a criminal getting his comeuppance?

The OP lacks any credibility at all.
 

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Which has what, to do with the information issued forth in the OP?

None I suppose, however I wouldn't celebrate a sociopath thug getting a mere 15 years for the sort of heinous crimes he committed. If we are lucky he will be killed in prison though.
 
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15 years isn't much for shooting at Law Enforcement, but the OP is so racist is is difficult to cheer. He had it coming, and MORE.
RACIST? It was my party that freed the slaves from the racists! I'm the one who rallied against the racist on this forum for using racist slurs such as "cave monkey".
 

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Porch monkey references your children I presume ; )
 

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15 years isn't much for shooting at Law Enforcement, but the OP is so racist is is difficult to cheer. He had it coming, and MORE.
What does the OPs societal viewpoint, have to do with showing gratitude for a criminal getting his comeuppance?

15 years is an easy sentence for this kind of crime(.)
 

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