FBI Offers Huge Reward For Help In Framing White Cops Who Shot Armed Black Thug

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The sad tale of the oppressed young African-American male fighting against the tyranny of  cops is one that has been pedaled by the liberal media for years. After all people are mmore interested in depicting white people as racists than solving crimes. Now to prove that theory even further, the FBI is offering a large reward to anyone capable of framing a white police officer who shot and killed an armed black criminal.

Michael Moore was shot by a police officer last week during a traffic stop. He was a young black male. Officer Harold Hurst observed a white Lexus that made a dangerous turn into traffic which almost caused a terrible accident. So the officer pulled the car over which had Michael Moore and two other passengers inside. The car was stolen and his identification was fraudulent.

Back up was called and Moore was asked to step outside the vehicle. A handgun was visible in Moore’s waistband so he was ordered to out his hands up where they could be seen. When Moore reached for the gun Hurst shot. While on the ground Moore continued to try and get the gun and the officer fired another round. The suspect went to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The gun was found on scene and confirmed by a passenger. The suspects family and social activists claim the shooting was murder and the police are covering it up despite the fact this is probably one of the most cut and dry cases ever.

Now the FBI and U.S. Attorney General’s office are investigating because any time a black person cries wolf they come a running. More like crying police brutality. But the most disgusting part of all is that the FBI is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who recorded the shooting on a video recorder.

Instead of prosecuting real criminals the government and Obama administration has decided to make up problems where their are none and to scapegoat hard working police officers. Of course they can’t let the truth get in the way of a good story.