Saturday, November 29, 2014

In Anti-ABORTION America:Pregnant St. Louis Woman Loses Eye After Police Shoot Her With a Bean Bag Round

In Anti-ABORTION America:Pregnant St. Louis Woman  Loses Eye After Police  Shoot Her With a Bean Bag  Round

Pregnant St. Louis Woman Loses an Eye After Police Shoot Her With a Bean Bag Round

Pregnant St. Louis Woman 

Loses an Eye After Police 

Shoot Her With a Bean Bag 


A pregnant St. Louis woman has lost her left eye and incurred severe injury to her 
right eye after she was struck in the face by a bean bag fired by police at a gas 
station on the edge of Ferguson, Missouri.
On Monday, the night St. Louis county prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced 
that no charges would be brought against Officer Darren Wilson for the fatal 
shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown, Donnella Conner was in a 
confrontation with cops attempting to clear a BP gas station. 
Police claim that Conner's boyfriend drove towards them in his car, the New 
York Daily News noted, while Conner sat in the passenger seat. Police fired a bean bag round towards the car, shattering Conner's window and striking her face. Conner 
challenges the police narrative. She told KMOV that her boyfriend, De'Angelas 
Lee, was attempting to drive away when police fired the less-than-lethal rounds. 
"They pulled up while we were coming towards the street, De'Anglas was trying to 
get away, they blocked us from the side, front and back," Conners said.
"I will have justice for what they did to me," Conner wrote on Facebook Thursday. 
"But I'm happy I'm alive." Images of her bandaged face have garnered viral 
attention on social media.
According to KMOV, police said that a warrant has been issued for Lee's arrest, 
with a bond set at $50,000. No police officers are currently being investigated over 
the incident. On Monday, during a night of intense protest nationwide, 16 
individuals were arrested in the area around the gas station where Conner was 
Conner spoke to the media from hospital:
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