Darren Wilson Supporters Crowdfund ‘#PantsUPDontLOOT’ Ferguson Billboard

CBS St. Louis, November 18, 2014

Supporters of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson successfully crowd-sourced the funds to put up a #PantsUPDontLOOT billboard in Ferguson.

Don Alexander of Brentwood, Tenn., raised the over $3,000 to place the billboard in the Ferguson area amid months of racial tensions vandalism from riots following the Aug. 9 shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.


On the Indiegogo crowdfunding page, Alexander wrote, “This crowdfunding campaign is for the purchase of a billboard in the Ferguson, MO area. The billboard will display black text on a white background with the text ‘#PantsUPDontLoot’.”

Alexander said the crowd funds were helped in part by commenters from St. Louis Coptalk, an online forum for area police officers and supporters.


Alexander said he is keeping the location of “the exact billboard/company undisclosed because the companies we choose are being targeted with the intention of shutting us down and making it impossible for the project to move forward.”


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