On Monday, September 10, 2018 at 2:11:49 PM UTC-6, islander wrote:
> On 9/10/2018 12:27 PM, El Castor wrote:
> > On Mon, 10 Sep 2018 10:21:17 -0600, mg <***@none.nl> wrote:
> >> On August 9, 2014, Officer Darren Wilson shot down and killed an
> >> unarmed, 18-year-old, African American young man, with his entire
> >> future in front on him, reportedly with his hands up, in Ferguson,
> >> Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Why didn't Obama put officer Darren
> >> Wilson in jail, instead of letting him go Scot-free?
> >> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Michael_Brown
> > Huh? Are you serious?
> > #1 Michael Brown had just robbed a store. When Darren Wilson attempted
> > to stop him, Brown charged Darren Wilson's police car, reached in
> > through the window, attempted to wrest Wilson's gun away from him, and
> > while they fought over it, the gun discharged into the inside of the
> > door.
> > #2 When Darren Wilson confronted Michael Brown on the street, the 200+
> > pound Brown, by the account of a Black witness, charged Wilson like a
> > football player, obviously intent on tackling, and after the car
> > incident, almost certainly killing him.
> > The witnesses, who had to live in that wretched neighborhood, changed
> > their story after Brown became a cause celebre. Darren Wilson was, in
> > my opinion, a hero whose life was destroyed by Black racism.
> > "(CNN) -- The grand jury in the case of Michael Brown's shooting
> > didn't just face an onslaught of witnesses with conflicting memories
> > of what happened the day white police officer Darren Wilson killed
> > Brown, an unarmed black teenager. It also heard from witnesses who
> > couldn't be believed at all.
> > Some admitted lying. Others changed their stories under questioning.
> > Prosecutors were so skeptical of one woman's account that they asked
> > whether she might have dreamed about seeing the confrontation in
> > Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9."
> > http://www.cnn.com/2014/12/14/justice/ferguson-witnesses-credibility/index.html
> > "Wilson was legally vindicated in the shooting. A grand jury chose not
> > to indict him and a Department of Justice investigation into the
> > incident concluded that there was no evidence contradicting Wilson's
> > story that Brown had attacked the officer and was reaching for
> > Wilson's gun. Wilson had bruises on his face after the shooting.
> > The investigation also found that the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" rallying
> > cry that became popular across the nation after witnesses said Brown
> > had been trying to surrender when he was shot was inaccurate.
> > "There is no evidence upon which prosecutors can rely to disprove
> > Wilson's stated subjective belief that he feared for his safety," the
> > Justice Department report said. "
> > https://www.ibtimes.com/where-darren-wilson-now-update-ferguson-police-officer-who-shot-michael-brown-2398658
> Max is trolling for a reaction.
I would have to agree with El Castor