RUSH: We have a montage Saturday and Sunday of a bunch of Drive-By Media people talking about the release of the video in St. Louis being blamed for the violence and looting in Ferguson, Missouri.
ABC ANNOUNCER: (bouncy music) Nights of looting and violence following the release of this video…
LESTER HOLT: A piece of video becomes a new flashpoint.
ALEX PEREZ: Anger here apparently sparked in part by the release of the surveillance video.
POPPY HARLOW: Protesters very angry that the police there released a surveillance video.
MOLLY LINE: … violence erupting after police in Ferguson, Missouri, released surveillance video.
STEVE OSUNSAMI: The pot boiled over Friday when the Ferguson police chief released this surveillance video.
FREDRICKA WHITFIELD: Protesters were outraged over the release of the video.
LELAND VITTERT: Federal authorities did not want police to release this video over concerns of further escalating the situation.
DON CHAMPION: It escalated Friday night after Ferguson police released a video.
ANDREA MITCHEL: There was peace, but then the local police chief released that video!
BOB SCHIEFFER: … releasing that video, which seemed to just really inflame people.
HOWARD KURTZ: This video of the shoplifting, it changed the storyline.
RUSH: Why? Would somebody tell me why? There is a misconception out there, until the video is released. The misconception is that a gentle giant was walking down the street, eager to start college classes, and a murderous, racist white cop came up and — for no reason, without much provocation — shot him. And then this video gets released on Friday, and it shows that the gentle giant was not innocent. He had shoplifted.