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Black prosecutor reopened Michael Brown shooting case but won't charge Darren Wilson

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LAYTON — St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell on Thursday finally answered the question that has followed him since his political campaign: Will he charge a former Ferguson police officer in the 2014 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown?

The answer: No.

“This is one of the most difficult things I’ve had to do as an elected official,” Bell said at a news conference Thursday. “Although this case represents one of the most significant moments in St. Louis’ history, the question to this office is a simple one: Could we prove beyond a reasonable doubt that when Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown he committed murder or manslaughter under Missouri law? After an independent and in-depth review of the evidence, we cannot prove that he did.”

https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/st-louis-county-prosecutor-reopened-michael-brown-shooting-case-but-wont-charge-darren-wilson/article_8e537a12-4dd0-51d8-a325-11ba7dddd20e.html

the case that launched one of the myriad of popular lies we have to endure during this "reign of the extremist BLM" in "Hands up, don't shoot!" has apparently run its course and this should be the end of it. i doubt it, though

imagine, a petty criminal man ignores a police order to stop walking in the middle of the street (cars kill, you know) and instead assaults him right in his patrol car, goes for his gun, which fires and fortunately only minorly injures the officer. then imagine a world where the local community intentionally lies to cops and investigators, and makes threats against anyone willing to tell the truth. and then this much bigger criminal man charges like a bull at the officer, refusing commands to stand down, forcing the officer to shoot him

if the criminal were any other race besides black, nobody would question what happened. but because hes black it magically transforms into a six year hell with the media painting him as an innocent do gooder who was murdered in cold blood by a racist white cop. nobody cares that the criminal violently attacked the cop and tried to obtain his lethal weapon. nobody cares that the neighborhood organized a lying campaign to the cops. nobody cares that many people protested with the bald faced "hand up dont shoot" lie

welcome to opposite world

 

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Ask the Asian store owner if Brown was an upstanding citizen?

And common sense tells anyone with a brain that if you try to grab a cops gun, you basically are committing suicide.

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29 minutes ago, LIBills said:

Ask the Asian store owner if Brown was an upstanding citizen?

And common sense tells anyone with a brain that if you try to grab a cops gun, you basically are committing suicide.

Mikey: “you don’t mind if I borrow these swisher sweets, do ya muthafucka?”

asian store owner: “no sir! You go now! You go now!”

fuck Michael Brown.

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45 minutes ago, Meathead said:

The answer: No.

Prepare for more riots.  :niterider:

 


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Shut the fuck up dark cloud pussy

Anyone who is foolish enough to not be a Buffalo Bills fan can go f*ck themselves with a wooden shovel handle.

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45 minutes ago, jc856 said:

Mikey: “you don’t mind if I borrow these swisher sweets, do ya muthafucka?”

asian store owner: “no sir! You go now! You go now!”

fuck Michael Brown.

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Remember the false narrative of "Hands Up Don't Shoot" across MSM and sports?

What a bunch of pathetic panders they were back then too.

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40 minutes ago, Woody said:

Prepare for more riots.  :niterider:

Exactly what they want!


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one of the biggest problems is that if you are white and you make commentary on blackness, blacks and enabling whites will add something to what you said and then hold THAT against you. the mob gloms on and the pressure campaign starts. they wont listen to what youre actually saying, they add their stuff and paint you as bad. your voice doesnt matter anymore

and again comes in that problem of a really bad definition of racism at its foundation. it gives birth to things like the problem i just described

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As an added note, Soros is funding many of these local prosecutors like Bell and Brown for his "justice system overhaul" which I'm sure is not going to work out too well for the rest of us. Yes, I said the name that shall not be named lest Leftist rage rears its head. Soros, Soros, Soros!

George Soros' quiet overhaul of the U.S. justice system (Politico)

 

While America’s political kingmakers inject their millions into high-profile presidential and congressional contests, Democratic mega-donor George Soros has directed his wealth into an under-the-radar 2016 campaign to advance one of the progressive movement’s core goals — reshaping the American justice system.

The billionaire financier has channeled more than $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns in six states over the past year — a sum that exceeds the total spent on the 2016 presidential campaign by all but a handful of rival super-donors.

His money has supported African-American and Hispanic candidates for these powerful local roles, all of whom ran on platforms sharing major goals of Soros’, like reducing racial disparities in sentencing and directing some drug offenders to diversion programs instead of to trial. It is by far the most tangible action in a progressive push to find, prepare and finance criminal justice reform-oriented candidates for jobs that have been held by longtime incumbents and serve as pipelines to the federal courts — and it has inspired fury among opponents angry about the outside influence in local elections.

“The prosecutor exercises the greatest discretion and power in the system. It is so important,” said Andrea Dew Steele, president of Emerge America, a candidate-training organization for Democratic women. “There’s been a confluence of events in the past couple years and all of the sudden, the progressive community is waking up to this.”

Soros has spent on district attorney campaigns in Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas through a network of state-level super PACs and a national “527” unlimited-money group, each named a variation on “Safety and Justice.” (Soros has also funded a federal super PAC with the same name.) Each organization received most of its money directly from Soros, according to public state and federal financial records, though some groups also got donations from nonprofits like the Civic Participation Action Fund, which gave to the Safety and Justice group in Illinois.


The Florida Safety and Justice group just poured nearly $1.4 million — all of which came from Soros and his 527 group — into a previously low-budget Democratic primary for state attorney in Central Florida before Tuesday’s vote. The group is backing Aramis Ayala, a former public defender and prosecutor, in her campaign against incumbent Jeff Ashton, whose jurisdiction covers over 1.6 million people across two counties in metro Orlando.

One TV ad from Florida Safety and Justice boosts Ayala, touting her “plan to remove bias so defendants charged with the same crime receive the same treatment, no matter their background or race.” The Soros-funded group is also attacking Ashton with ads saying he “got rid of protections that helped ensure equal treatment regardless of background or race. ... Take two similar traffic incidents that happened on the same night. A white man got off with a slap on the wrist, while the black man faces prison.”

Opponents of Soros’ favored candidates have laced into the billionaire, saying that his influence has wildly tipped the scales of local elections and even charging that he made residents less safe.

“As a candidate and citizen of Caddo Parish, if an outsider was that interested in the race, I wanted to know exactly what he had in mind for the criminal justice system if he were to win,” said Dhu Thompson, a Louisiana attorney who lost a district attorney race to a Soros-backed candidate, James Stewart, in 2015. Soros gave over $930,000 — more than 22 times the local median household income — to the group boosting Stewart.

“I know some of his troubling opinions on social issues, especially the criminal justice system,” Thompson said. “I’ve never known him as an individual who was very strong on some of our crime and punishment issues. I felt it was very detrimental to the safety of Caddo Parish, and that’s why I took such a strong stand against him.”

A Soros representative declined to comment on his involvement in the DA races.

 

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We know we are being played, deceived, lied to but look how it breaks out.  The dumbed down ones just use it as an excuse to vent and riot.  Others use it as a prod to fire up the dumbed down ones to an even higher level of incitement.  Some feel trapped and know not every instance is black and white but their own experiences say they are not treated fairly due to their race, so they tacitly approve of “protests" to express their point of view or bias.  Many of us have never been tamped down by authority or maybe just as a teenager because it is well know that all teenagers are troublesome.  We see the evidence; we see that even if there were a race component, it didn't manifest itself in the outcome. 

We expect justice to be blind and, for the most part, it is. We don't go marching in the streets yelling, “keep the status quo, keep the status quo".  The perpetrator did do what came out in the report and because of that, the actions of authority (police, court) was justified.  What's to protest? 

 But no, to the biased ones, it has to be something else and to keep the dumbed down lowly educated ones at bay the progressives in government feel they have to appease them.  So, we get unending retakes based on nothing, really.  The rationale of the rational is to vote or contact one's representatives.  You just won’t see them carrying on in the streets with slogan banners and signs.

Protesting is fine on its own merits but it is invaded and exploited by the Marists who want to change government and their only tool as they see is divisiveness, riots and to wear down the populous into acquiescence.

 

 


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George Soros is a glorified lobbyist buying influence with his ill-gotten gains. A real piece of shit. And fugly as the day is long.

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