Grand Jury Does Not Indict Darren Wilson
On August 9, 2014, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown in broad daylight. The most that the public has received by way of verified evidence is that Michael was shot at least 6 times, with the kill shot fired in the top of his head.
Eyewitnesses are consistent, reporting that Michael had his hands up as Darren Wilson fired and continued firing.
A grand jury began seeing and hearing evidence and when their session expired, the judge extended their time until January 2015. Strangely, Darren Wilson was invited to testify before the grand jury and it was reported that he testified 4 hours.
There have been purported leaks by anonymous persons and reports that the grand jury would not indict, but I considered that propaganda instigated by White Supremacists to provoke the citizens of Ferguson into using violence. Had that happened, it would be used to impugn the Black race. I wasn’t far off in my opinion because Anonymous discovered, and exposed, that the KKK is alive in Missouri; that Darren Wilson is associated with the KKK; and that at least 2 officers on the Ferguson police force are members of the KKK.
Tonight, State’s Attorney Robert McCullough announced that the grand jury found no probable cause exists to indict Darren Wilson.
Once again, America finds that America’s unarmed citizens can be chased by a person with a badge and gunned down dead, without consequences at law that apply to civilians.
Posted on 11/24/2014, in Cases, Cops Gone Wild, Michael Brown - Ferguson and tagged Darren Wilson, decision, Ferguson, grand jury, Michael Brown, Missouri, police corruption, protests, riots, Robert McCullough. Bookmark the permalink. 144 Comments.