Thursday, January 22, 2015

DOJ Isn't Going To Charge Ex-Ferg Officer!

Department of Justice will push for civil rights violations for ex-cop.

The August 2014 shooting of Michael Brown was one of the most controversial stories of the year.

Former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed unarmed Brown after a confrontation. The St. Louis County grand jury didn't file charges against Wilson.

Now the U.S. Justice Department will release its findings this week. It seems like the violation of civil rights charge is not going to stick. Wilson may be off the hook for this one.

There's not enough evidence to bring up an intentional criminal act against Wilson.

This controversy divided race, politics, class and economic standings.

The liberals and Black America believed that the shooting of unarmed suspects is getting out of control and law enforcement is trigger happy when it comes to BLACK MALES. They believe the junk food media is giving comfort towards law enforcement. They figured that every Black male who is unarmed and shot by law enforcement will be portrayed as a villain.

The racist right and some in Black America believe that Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner, John Crawford and Trayvon Martin were no good criminals. They had it coming. They done the crime. They deserve the slug. They often claim that President Barack Obama, Rev. Perm, Bill de Blasio and Attorney General Eric Holder are the real criminals and racial agitators. The racist right believes that Michael Brown "robbed" a store. Brown reached for Wilson's gun. Brown charged at the officer like a football player after being shot more than once. The protesters are rioters and looters. They're criminals just like Brown. Regardless, they were happy and even gloating on websites about it.


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