Karma comes for Ferguson liar; Dorian Johnson arrested on drug charges, resisting arrest

Karma paid a visit to Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday.

Dorian Johnson, the man who was with Michael Brown when he strong-armed a store owner and was later killed by former Officer Darren Wilson, has been arrested on drug-related charges, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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Photo by Laurie Skrivan, lskrivan@post-dispatch.com

And resisting arrest, to the surprise of few.

Johnson is the originator of the “Hands up, Don’t Shoot” myth that demonstrators rallied around for months — his claim that Brown was surrendering when he was killed was proven to be a lie in grand jury testimony.

The Post-Dispatch reported Johnson and two of his brothers were arrested Wednesday afternoon in St. Louis. Police said one of the brothers is wanted in nearby Bridgeton on warrants for armed robbery and armed criminal action.

Johnson, who was hired to work for the city of St. Louis following Brown’s death, was arrested for allegedly possessing a cough medication mixed with an illegal narcotic.

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He recently filed a lawsuit against the city of Ferguson, claiming Wilson assaulted him, violated his constitutional rights and inflicted emotional pain.

As the story broke on social media, there was little sympathy displayed. Here is a sampling from Twitter:


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