Ferguson questions swirl: If it’s about finding facts, why no trial?

 Analysis & Opinion | The Great Debate Ferguson questions swirl: If it’s about finding facts, why no trial? By Allison Silver November 25, 2014 201 250 Tags: DARREN WILSON | FERGUSON | FERGUSON POLICE DEPARTMENT | MICHAEL BROWN | ROBERT MCCULLOUGH The St. Louis Prosecutor Robert McCullough made a series of highly unusual decisions on Monday. He was reportedly seeking to defuse the highly charged…

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Grand Jury Verdict “No True Bill” | part two – updated

I began prejudging the victim.  Which is difficult for me. – me New question: I have to question the distance at which  Michael Brown was when he was lethally shot?  I don’t know.  It should be close range I think – for self-defense? And irregularities of the grand jury process?  I have been greatly impacted by other lawyers.…

Grand Jury Verdict “No True Bill” | part two – updated was originally published on It Matters