I wonder if any of ya'll have heard about the woman that hung herself, supposedly, in the Waller county jail? So far all evidence is showing it was suicide. While things do seem strange that doesn't call for demanding justice and protesting by unlawful means. I live in Waller county and the jail is in the city just up the road from me. I see big trouble possibly coming because people are trying to take the law into their own hands. People are saying they want justice but to them justice is only if their beliefs are above the law. Many of the area TV news crews are sitting like vultures waiting for all hell to break loose. Supposedly the black panthers are coming or are already here. Quanell X is taking part stirring the pot. I watched a facebook clip about a black man that is also stirring the pot. He was asking all those that can make it to the jail to get there in support of what is going on. He said the Sheriff department was agitating the blacks that had crowded into the jail lobby. Uh who was agitating who? The Sheriffs peacefully moved the crowd out of the lobby to outside the building. The black man said the sheriffs were agitating the blacks that stormed into the jail building. All I saw was the sheriffs without any physical abuse moving the people out of the building. The video I saw of this instance was a lot of blacks, and one even using a bull horn to make himself heard, were shouting and causing the disruption of normal employee duties within the jail building. Then he said there was a report that barricades were going to be set up to keep the protestors away from blocking the entrance to the jail. Of course he said this again is just more agitating the crowd. My question is who is really in charge of the agitation? It seems the sheriffs are the people being agitated by a crowd outnumbering them. It seems to me agitating for violence is not any way to get justice. But then even to say the people they are invading are the agitators? Something is bass ackwards it seems to me. I sure hope Hempstead, Waller county doesn't become the next Ferguson. If ya'll haven't heard of what's going on here then I sure hope that doesn't change. Violence towards innocent people doesn't make a wrong right and it sure as hell isn't justice served.