Post by mg
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?
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
#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."
"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. "