This Is NOT St. Louis County, Missouri Prosecutor Robert McCulloch First “Racist Rodeo.”


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Now for the truth exposing St. Louis County, Missouri Prosecutor Robert  McCulloch, for what he really is.

 

In light of all the turmoil taking place in St. Louis / Ferguson, Missouri with the Justice System, all should know what we went through for nearly nine years and the terrorist acts waged against us by the Missouri Justice System.  All, should also know the ILLEGAL, INCOMPETENT, UNETHICAL, and UNPROFESSIONAL behavior by the St. Louis County Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office that we have been terrorized by. 

 

The journalists that were harrassed and arrested, etc. in Ferguson Missouri are very lucky they were not shot like they did to journalist, Jeffrey Weinhaus, a.k.a. Bulletinman.  Please read more info. about journalist, Jeffrey Weinhaus (Bulletinman) that was shot by the Missouri State Highway Patrol-Sargeant Folsom (under the supervision of Chief Ron Johnson) on this websiite and the other links listed on this website, under the heading, Bulletinman-Jeff Weinhaus.

 

The main stream media wants to portray the Ferguson Missouri ordeal as a racial issue, but in all reality it is not about race.  It is about equal justice for all!

 

Below is a link to a copy of a court transcript which involves the St. Louis County, Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office who was appointed as special prosecutors due to a conflict of interest with the Jefferson County Missouri’s Prosecuting Attorney / Forrest Wegge’s office.

 

This transcript clearly proves beyond any reasonable doubt the St. Louis County, Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office will intentionally withhold exculpatory evidence, which is a blatant Brady violation.

 

The defendant’s lawyers, Kevin Roberts, Lynette Petruska, and Chet Pleban were so incompetent, they failed to follow up with any sort of accountability (for example, sanctions, etc.) for the blatant violation of their client’s rights.

The transcript below documents several examples of the ILLEGAL, UNETHICAL, AND UNPROFESSIONAL behavior from the St. Louis County, Missouri / Robert McCulloch’s office.  I have other examples of their inexcusable behavior which I will try to find and upload to this site.  Please keep checking back for more information.

 

Issues addressed in transcript:

1.  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office’s failure to give notice about hearsay statements they wished to present as evidence at the trial and the failure of Robert McCulloch’s office to follow the law by providing the defendants with sufficient notice and the particulars of the statements.  (See pgs. 4, 5, 6, 7, & 25).

 

2.  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office dumped two hundred and seventy-one (271) pages of additional discovery in the defense attorney’s lap just days before the trial was scheduled to begin.  This was exculpatory evidence which was proven to be in  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s possession for more than a year and was not turned over to the defense until just days before the trial was scheduled to begin.  (See pgs. 6-10, 14,15, 19-22, 24, 25, 27, 28, & 29)

 

3.   St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office lied about a filing with the Court.  (See pgs. 10-13)

 

4.  The Judge confirms the  St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office did not comply with the requirements of the statute.  (See pgs. 13 & 14)



5.  The alleged victim (Stephanie Steinfeld) and the reporting party (Paul Steinfeld) made allegations of being poisoned by the defendants during their depositions.  Paul Steinfeld went as far to say that they went to the doctor to be tested, and that they tested positive for high levels of magnesium in both of their systems.  Defense attorneys requested a copy of the medical records associated with this alleged poisoning, but when the Judge questioned St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office about refusing to produce this evidence, their reply was, “I don’t see that as relevant to our presentation of the case.’.     (See pgs. 16-22)

 


6.  The Judge explained to the  St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney / Robert McCulloch’s office the relevant nature of the poison allegations and testing.  The defense lawyer explained to the Judge that St. Louis County / Robert McCulloch’s office stated his co-counsel was told, “…not that they didn’t have the information,….but that they wouldn’t give it to us.” (See pgs. 23-24)

 

7.  Defense lawyer pointed out to the Judge that the St. Louis County Prosecutors / Robert McCulloch’s office made two (2) lawyers wait for approximately one and a half (1 & 1/2) hours while they prepared their witness for the deposition.  Intentionally running up the legal fees for the defendants, not to mention, very unprofessional, and definitely UNETHICAL.  (See pg. 24)

 

8.  Defense lawyer pointed out to the Judge that the St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s office asked his co-counsel during one of the depositions (on the record) associated with this case whether or not she had taken her medication that day.  (See pgs. 25 & 26)

9.  The Judge scolds the St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s office, but the incompetent lawyers, Kevin Roberts, Lynette Petruska, and Chet Pleban failed to follow up and ask the Court for accountability (sanctions, etc.) for their blatant abuse of our rights. The Judge specifically stated the St. Louis County Prosecutors / Robert McCulloch’s office was guilty of unethical behavior by withholding this exculpatory evidence. (See pgs. 26 & 27)

 

St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s office Transcript

 

Here is another example of the St. Louis County Prosecutor / Robert McCulloch’s Office WITHHOLDING EXCULPATORY EVIDENCE.

 

On 8/21/2005 there were one hundred and sixty nine (169) VHS tapes seized from my home.  On 6/17/2008 one hundred and sixty five (165) VHS tapes were returned to me.  It only takes simple math skills to come to the conclusion the State of Missouri would still be in possession of four (4) VHS tapes.  Last time I checked one hundred and sixty nine (169) minus one hundred and sixty five (165) equals four (4).

 

Missouri Journalist Silenced, Shot & Caged for Questioning ‘Authorities’

Published on Nov 28, 2014

Jeffrey Weinhaus sought to inform others about governmental agent abuses. After posting a video in which he demanded that those in the “justice” system shape-up or step-down, his computers were stolen by Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) employees. Weeks later, at an arranged meeting where Weinhaus was told he was to receive back his property, Weinhaus was shot four times. Weinhaus recovered and is now caged. Weinhaus is a political prisoner who was targeted because he spoke out against those who claim the right to control others. He didn’t harm another person or property. This situation can be described as a classic case of police employees protecting their own

 

 

Jeffrey Weinhaus, a.k.a. Bulletinman was a local journalist with a strong desire to protect the U.S. Constitution and reveal any corruption within the legal system.  Mr. Weinhaus published a monthly bulletin highlighting some of the corruption within his community for nearly sixteen (16) years.  (1996-2012)

 

Jeff Weinhaus-Bulletinman was set up and gunned down by MSHP.  Jeff was shot by Sgt. Folsom four (4)  times, (two {2} bullets in the chest and two {2} bullets in the head).  By the Grace of God, Jeff survived, but now, he is the one in jail.

 

Please check the websites linked below for much more information about Jeffrey Weinhaus, (Bulletinman).

 

While viewing these sites and reading the comments, please keep in mind that anyone that questions anyone within the legal system is considered anti-government or a conspiracy theorist.  Mr. Weinhaus (Bulletinman) was not anti-government.

 

It is very important to keep in mind that Jeffrey Weinhaus (Bulletinman) was ANTI-CORRUPT GOVERNMENT, and isn’t that what every American citizen wants? 
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Ferguson: Was ‘Witness 40′ even there?

Published on Dec 9, 2014

Ferguson: Was ‘Witness 40′ even there?
Chris Hayes examines the strange case of the witness who admitted to racist thoughts and statements and was allowed to testify to the Darren Wilson grand jury despite substantial holes in her story.

 

 

FERGUSON PROSECUTOR BUSTED PRESENTING FAKE WITNESS BEFORE GRAND JURY

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So, you are Prosecutor Bob McCulloch. You have a grand jury investigation with the entire world watching. One of your witnesses in support of the officer is revealed by the FBI to have made up her entire account. What do you do?

 

Apparently you present a discredited witness to the grand jury anyways. He played the FBI interview, which revealed that Witness 40’s car was not at the location, that 40 could not have exited in the manner described, that 40 did not even tell anyone her story until over two weeks after the shooting. They tore her apart, showing that she changed her story several times while sitting on the stand. For example, in her interview, 40 claimed to have made no contact to the police for two weeks, then later claimed that she did contact them several times before agreeing to be a witness. And that is not the only occasion they caught her changing her story, with other times her lack of knowledge of the crime scene, how her journal and testimony did not match, how the exit for the complex did not exist where she claimed all being revealed. That interview, found on pages 86-184 of Grand Jury Testimony Volume 15, completely discredits her as a witness.

 

Then, fully knowing this, Bob McCulloch brought her before the grand jury, and entered her hand written journals filled with racist language into the record. And this testimony, by a discredited witness, is the one cited by right-wing media outlets in their attempts to support former Ferguson officer Darren Wilson. Claims of Michael Brown charging like a bull? Her account, and only her account.

 

Is Witness 40 a legitimate witness? Possible, but highly improbable in light of her interview. Instead, the interviews, the journal, and her own account comes across not as an eye-witness, but instead of someone seeking their moment of fortune and fame in the spotlight. In her interviews it was revealed that Witness 40 involved herself in fundraising for Wilson, even going so far as to work on getting children to send him cards of appreciation. Her story as to why she did not come forward is preposterous, her journal reads not as a diary or narrative essay but instead as someone trying to concoct a story in order to be made famous on Jerry Springer.

 

Why did Bob McCulloch put such a questionable witness onto the stand, in a case against Darren Wilson? Remember, this is for the grand jury, not a trial, and evidence is for the prosecution’s benefit and not the defense. But here is this questionable witness, who was found to be on shaky credibility grounds, put on the stand, and she came out supporting the defense… as a prosecution witness. This only further highlights that the grand jury process was mismanaged, or worse deliberately rigged.

 

Witness 40, fraud, con woman, or delusional? Whatever the case, that McCulloch put her on the stand to begin with tells us all we need to about his management, or rather mismanagement, of the entire grand jury process.

 

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Misconduct? Outrageous, FALSE Grand Jury Instructions by Wilson Prosecutors – Lawrence O’Donnell

 

 

Wilson Grand Jury FRAUD! More on LIES Given by Prosecutors – Lawrence O’Donnell

 

 

 

Lawrence O’Donnell Destroys Ferguson Prosecutor’s (Robert McCulloch) Reliance On “Key” Witness

 

 

Lawrence O’Donnell Rips St. Louis Prosecutor For Making It Impossible For Darren Wilson To Fail

 

 

Brown Grand Jury Prosecutor’s CHARADE: Dr. Baden testifies after 3 Months??? – Lawrence O’Donnell

Published on Nov 15, 2014

The Michael Brown Grand Jury Prosecutor FAILED to call Dr. Micael Baden until a grand juror FORCED him to??? The forensic pathologist hired by Michael Brown’s family testified before a grand jury today 12 weeks after it convened. Joy Reid and Lisa Bloom discuss.
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Meet Eric Garner’s Daughter: Emerald Garner

 

 

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Eric Garner. Grandfather. Gentle Giant. NO Indictment By Staten Island Grand Jury.


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I don’t have the words. Two “NO” indictment decisions in 10 days. Against cops who have committed murder against two unarmed Black Men. Welcome to The United States Of AmeriKKKa.

 

Barack Obama said today in hearing the no indictment decision, that our men and women who protect us have a right to go home at night to their families. He meant law enforcement. News Flash Barack,…Black Men & Women have a right to go home to THEIR families at night as well….instead of being murdered by those paid to “SERVE AND PROTECT.

 

Barack AND Eric Holder Gotta GO.

 

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President Obama makes statement on Eric Garner grand jury decision

 

 

LIVE Coverage: No Indictment In Chokehold Death – “Justice For Eric Garner”

 

 

‘I CAN’T BREATHE!’ Eric Garner Case No Indictment!

 

 

Eric Garner’s death at the hands of the NYPD: What really happened?

 

 

Anonymous- #OpAnonVerdict. Justice is Coming…

 

 

Cleveland Cop Had ‘No Choice’ But To Shoot Tamir Rice Says His Dad

 

 

NYPD killer of Eric Garner to go free

 

 

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From The NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

NYPD officer in Eric Garner chokehold death not indicted by Staten Island grand jury

‘Oh my God, are you serious?’ Garner’s widow, Esaw Garner, told The Daily News about the grand jury’s decision not to charge Officer Daniel Pantaleo. ‘You can see in the video that he (the cop) was dead wrong!’ There had been warnings earlier that a decision not to indict the white policeman with a crime for killing a black man would fan tensions.

 

 

Eric Garner’s widow reacted with shock and dismay Wednesday after a Staten Island grand jury voted not to indict the NYPD officer who was caught on camera killing her husband with a chokehold.

 

“Oh my God, are you serious?” Esaw Garner, her voice rising in shock and anger, told The Daily News. “I’m very disappointed. You can see in the video that he (the cop) was dead wrong!”

 

Garner was referring to the shocking cellphone video first published on NYDailyNews.com that showed Officer Daniel Pantaleo placing a gasping Garner in a chokehold — a move banned by the NYPD — and wrestling him to the ground.

 

“I can’t breathe,” the doomed dad could be heard saying at least 10 times.

 

“The grand jury kept interviewing witnesses but you didn’t need witnesses,” the anguished widow told The News. “You can be a witness for yourself. Oh my God, this s— is crazy.”

 

Garner’s 19-year-old son, Eric Snipes, also chimed-in, calling the decision “insane.”

 

“Oh man, this is not fair,” he said. “It’s not fair how he could get away with murder. I feel disgusted. I’m never going to see my pops again.”

 

“The grand jury needs to come talk to me and tell me why they’re not indicting this guy. That’s what the grand jury needs to do. Come tell me in person why they’re not indicting this guy.”

 

The Garners poured out their anger as:

 

* Mayor de Blasio said he spoke with Attorney General Eric Holder and that the Justice Department is pushing ahead with their own probe of Pantaleo’s actions.

 

“The federal government is clearly engaged and poised to act,” he said.

 

* Pantaleo, in his first words since Garner’s death, said it was “never my intention to harm anyone.”

 

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“I feel very bad about the death of Mr. Garner,” he said in a statement released by the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association. “My family and I include him and his family in our prayers and I hope that they will accept my personal condolences for their loss.”

 

But PBA chief Patrick Lynch said “we are pleased with the Grand Jury’s decision.”

 

“It is clear that the officer’s intention was to do nothing more than take Mr. Garner into custody as instructed and that he used the take down technique that he learned in the academy when Mr. Garner refused,” he said in a statement.

 

* President Obama also weighed-in on the Staten Island tragedy after consulting with Holder.

 

“This is an issue we’ve been dealing with for too long and it’s time for us to make more progress than we’ve made,” he said. “We’re seeing too many incidences where people do not have confidence that folks are being treated fairly. When anybody in the country is not being treated equally under the law, it is my job as president to solve it.”

 

* In Washington, the New York delegation denounced the decision as a “miscarriage of justice.”

 

“The Justice Department must launch a Federal investigation into Eric Garner’s death as soon as possible,” Sen. Chuck Schumer tweeted.

 

* Richmond County District Attorney Daniel Donovan, who many black Staten Islanders view with suspicion because of his pro-cop sympathies, defended the grand jury probe and said he was barred by law from divulging the details of the panel’s deliberations.

 

Given that this case is a matter “of special concern,” Donovan added that he has asked the court for permission to unseal the testimony.

 

* The panel’s decision was condemned by everyone from former Mayor David Dinkins and union leaders to Amnesty International.

 

“How can anyone in the community have faith in the system now?” said Vincent Warren, head of the Center for Constitutional Rights. “First Ferguson, now Staten Island.”

 

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But Rep. Michael Grimm (R-Staten Island), who is facing federal tax evasion charges, was one of the few city lawmakers who defended the decision. He called it “fair and reasoned.”

 

Staten Island Borough President James Oddo called for calm, conceding that some “will agree with the results, and many will not.”

 

“We are one island, one borough and ultimately, one family,” he said. “Let’s act accordingly.”

 

Despite the calls for calms, Staten Island remained tense and police braced for Ferguson-like trouble. As word of the panel’s decision seeped into the neighborhoods where anti-police sentiment is strongest, cops were out in force outside the county courthouse where the panel deliberated for four months.

 

“People are running up to each other saying, ‘You got a spare helmet or a belt? You got a holster?’” said one detective source.

 

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, who has vowed to crack down on any violence, was monitoring the unfolding situation from police headquarters in Manhattan.

 

Earlier, Garner’s visibly upset step-father, Benjamin Carr, said the grand jury decision “don’t make no sense.”

 

“I mean, I don’t understand it,” he said. “They lock a man up for a damn dog fight. They don’t lock this son-of-a-bitch up for killing somebody.”

 

Carr’s friend, Jose Jimenez, said the grieving stepfather broke down crying when the decision was announced.

 

“He was saying, ‘I hope this officer gets time in jail because of what he did to my son’,” Jimenez said. “The family is going to be suffering, they’re going to be crying a lot more.”

 

Over in Tompkinsville, by the strip of stores where Garner was killed on July 17, two dozens protesters chanted what turned out to be some of his final words, “I can’t breathe, no joke.”

 

Others tossed loose cigarettes on the ground — a reference to the so-called loosies Garner was peddling when cops stopped him — and stomped on them.

 

“There is no justice,” said a furious 47-year-old Jeanette Johnson. “There will never be peace with us and the police. Ever.”

 

Jamillah Rivera, 25, said she saw Garner get wrestled to the ground and remembers the contempt Pantaleo showed them when they complained.

 

“The cop stuck up his middle finger to all of us,” she said. “He thought it was a big joke. How does someone like that go free?”

 

“All over America cops are getting away with this,” added 22-year-old Demetri Green. “They’re the real gang in New York City. They’re the real gang in this county.”

 

Garner, a 43-year-old father of six, was killed when Pantaleo subdued him with a banned chokehold.

 

Police said they approached Garner because he was selling unlicensed cigarettes and resisted arrest. They noted that Garner’s rap sheet listed 31 arrests, beginning when he was 16.

 

But Garner’s death sparked national outrage after the video of his deadly encounter with police was obtained by The Daily News.

 

It later drew comparisons to Ferguson, Mo., where another black man — unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown — was killed in August by another white cop. And there was mayhem in that Missouri town last week when a local grand jury declined to indict Officer Darren Wilson.

 

Pantaleo, 29, an eight-year veteran of the force, was yanked off the street while Donovan and the Civilian Complaint Review Board launched probes. The medical examiner’s office later ruled Garner’s death a homicide.

 

Pantaleo testified for more than two hours before the grand jury, answering more than 20 questions, sources said. But after four months of reviewing the evidence, a majority on the panel concluded there was not enough there to charge Pantaleo with manslaughter or criminally negligent homicide.

 

The panel, sources said, considered of 15 white and 8 black or Hispanic jurors.

 

With Erik Badia, Chelsia Rose Marcius, Dan Friedman and Adam Edelman

 

Thank you NEW YORK DAILY NEWS & Erik Badia, Chelsia Rose Marcius, Dan Friedman and Adam Edelman, & , , ,

 

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Darren Wilson resigns


Originally posted on theGrio:

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — The white police officer who killed Michael Brown has resigned from the Ferguson Police Department, his attorney said Saturday, nearly four months after the fatal confrontation with the black 18-year-old that fueled protests in the St. Louis suburb and across the nation.

Darren Wilson, 28, has been on administrative leave since the shooting on Aug. 9. His resignation was announced Saturday by one of his attorneys, Neil Bruntrager. The resignation is effective immediately, Bruntrager said.

A grand jury spent more than three months reviewing evidence in the case before declining in November to issue any charges against Wilson. He told jurors that he feared for his life when Brown hit him and reached for his gun.

The U.S. Justice Department is still conducting a civil rights investigation into the shooting and a separate probe of police department practices.

The shooting struck up a national debate…

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When Media Bids For An Assassins ( Darren Wilson) Lies.


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ABC News and George Stephanopoulos paid Darren Wilson Mid-to-High’ Six Figures For Interview. To Lie.

ABC News and George Stephanopoulos paid Darren Wilson Mid-to-High’ Six Figures For Interview. To Lie.

ABC Paid ‘Mid-to-High’ Six Figures For #DarrenWilson Interview

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A NBC source with knowledge of the #DarrenWilson interview talks said that ABC offered to pay “mid-to-high” six figures for the interview.

 

The source did not say an exact figure because NBC stopped bidding for it after ABC upped the ante.

 

The taped interview was shot on Tuesday. Clinton operative-turned ABC News host George Stephanopoulos will do the interview.

 

The choice for Stephanopoulos is curious given that Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was once touted as a potential running mate to Hillary Clinton.

 

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ABC Violated Its Own Rules When It Paid For #DarrenWilson Interview

ABC News appears to have violated its own rules when it paid for Darren Wilson’s interview, Gotnews.com has learned.

 

In an interview with the Plain Dealer, Jeffrey W. Schneider, ABC News’ senior vice president for communications, said that the network doesn’t pay for interviews.

 

But ABC, like the other networks, says it won’t pay for exclusive interviews, known as checkbook journalism. Jeffrey W. Schneider, ABC News’ senior vice president for communications, confirmed the network’s policy of not compensating for interviews. (Mark Dawidziak, “Network reporters race to reach Cleveland, story,” Plain Dealer, May 8, 2013).

 

Darren Wilson today, just like George Zimmerman in 2012, doesn’t understand this is not a legal case – it’s a political case using the legal system….

 

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I refuse to show the entire Darren Wilson interview, find that garbage on your own if you want to see a circus of lies, this is good enough for witnessing lies and misinformation.

 

Darren Wilson defends shooting Michael Brown

 

How Much Did ABC Pay for the Darren Wilson Interview?

 

Figures are starting to pop up on Twitter. One I saw placed the number in the “mid to high six figures.” Even if that’s probably high (I don’t know, is it?), even if he was in the mid-to-high five figures, it strikes me as utterly reprehensible. ABC news is essentially paying this guy tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars?

 

He killed a young man. I say murdered, but we must at least admit that he is being paid for having been the one who killed this young man.

 

This is beyond what I will accept from a news organization at this point. I have had well and truly enough. Not only should ABC News be boycotted forever, but they should be actively protested at every opportunity.

 

Stephanopoulos is horrible, and his organization is total garbage. Wilson, meanwhile is benefiting to the tune of tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, and that’s above whatever his asinine followers contributed to his virtually unneeded “legal defense fund” (the citizens of St. Louis County got to pay for his legal defense and his prosecution all in one paycheck!).

 

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George Stephanopoulos’ Darren Wilson Interview Speaks Volumes About ABC News

George Stephanopoulos’ interview with Darren Wilson – the police officer who killed African-American teenager Michael Brown – tells us a lot more about ABC News than it does about what actually happened that day in Ferguson, Mo.

 

Wilson’s account of events was hardly unexpected. He sounded like someone who had been well coached by attorneys, both in regard to potential criminal charges and a possible wrongful-death civil lawsuit. Stephanopoulos mischaracterized his demeanor as “very clinical,” when the better description would be “very lawyered up,” which is strictly an observation, not a criticism.

 

ABC, by contrast, approached its coup of landing the first sit-down chat with Wilson in an unorthodox way, or at least one that says a great deal about the network’s priorities, which have been crystal clear since Stephanopoulos – as host of “Good Morning America” – was designated the principal breaking-news and big-event anchor, putting him a rung above “World News’” David Muir within the ABC News hierarchy.

 

Thank you  Got News for your contributions to this post.

 

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Darren Wilson received over $400,000 from donations through GOFUNDME before that was shut down due to outraged protest. The donations were said to be for legal fees and living expenses.

 

Darren Wilson was and is employed by the Ferguson PD, which has a police union that provides legal defense of all it’s officers, including those who murder unarmed Black teens. No legal defense fund was necessary.

 

Darren Wilson was and is employed by the Ferguson PD and was on “paid” administrative leave from August 9th until November 24th, the entire 107 days. He received his salary, so no living expenses were necessary.

 

My question is this, if he didn’t need donations for living expenses since he was being paid, and if he didn’t need a legal fund since police union provided him with a lawyer, which he never had a need for, why is Darren Wilson allowed to keep close to $500,000, or $400,000 (depending on whom you believe) in donations? Is that fraud?

 

Why is a killer allowed to reap benefits from killing? Civil Trial People.

 

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The MilitantNegro™ Potpourri: Officer Darren Wilson.


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I am showing this interview with ABC News’George Stephanopoulos of killer cop Darren Wilson because it is imperative you see the lies and misinformation first hand, from the mouth of a live breathing Sociopath.

 

Sociopath definition, a person with a psychopathic personality whose behavior is antisocial, often criminal, and who lacks a sense of moral responsibility, or social conscience.

 

After watching this interview, you will see the definition fits Darren Wilson.

 

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Darren Wilson speaks publicly for the first time

Published on Nov 25, 2014

Darren Wilson speaks publicly for the first time

 

 

ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos sat down with Darren Wilson in the Ferguson police officer‘s first interview since the shooting death of Michael Brown.

 

In an exclusive interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, police officer Darren Wilson breaks his silence about the shooting of Michael Brown.

 

Wilson told ABC News that he did not execute Brown on August 9 but was in fear for his life and was just doing his job.

 

Wilson told ABC News that Brown reached into his car and grabbed his gun. He described how Brown charged toward him and he felt that he had to shoot Michael Brown.

The interview comes a day after the grand jury’s decision not to indict Wilson in an incident that sparked national outcry.

 

Wilson did say that he was sorry for the loss of life but he would not do anything different that day. He says he has a clean conscience over his actions that day.

 

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Now that you’ve watched ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos guide this killer cop through his first of many scripted TV interviews, you’ll see what a lying piece of feces is and how the pile of feces goes about telling it’s side of the story. Problem with this set up is there is no representation for the murdered 18 year old Michael Brown. No family members present. No legal representation present. Nobody to speak for Michael Brown. A bit unfair, don’t you think?

 

(Full Video) Ferguson grand jury announcement

Published on Nov 25, 2014

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch announces that a grand jury decided against indicting Darren Wilson.

 

 

This version of Bob McCulloch announcing the killer cop will walk scott free is interesting because it shows the crowd in Ferguson as it listens to the lies and misinformation out of the mouth of a racist prosecutor….who worked for the defense instead of the prosecution…..reminiscent of Angela Corey.

 

Legal analyst says Bob Mccullough played defense attorney not prosecutor

 

“It is Officially Open Season on Black Folks”: Legal Expert Decries Handling of Wilson Grand Jury

 

Brown’s mother reacts to grand jury decision

Published on Nov 25, 2014

The New York Times captured footage of Michael Brown’s mother and stepfather reacting to the grand jury’s decision

 

 

Darren Wilson defends shooting Michael Brown

Published on Nov 25, 2014

In an interview with ABC News, Darren Wilson says Michael Brown charged at him and acted hostile toward him.

 

 

 

Why officers like Darren Wilson are so rarely prosecuted for killing civilians

Published on Nov 25, 2014

On November 24, a grand jury decided that Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson should not be prosecuted for shooting Michael Brown. Vox’s Amanda Taub explains why it’s so rare for police officers to be prosecuted for killing civilians.

 

 

 

Riot as the Language of the Unheard: Ferguson Protests Set to Continue In Fight For Racial Justice

Published on Nov 25, 2014

http://democracynow.org – “It is not enough for me to stand before you tonight and condemn riots. It would be morally irresponsible for me to do that without, at the same time, condemning the contingent, intolerable conditions that exist in our society. These conditions are the things that cause individuals to feel that they have no other alternative than to engage in violent rebellions to get attention. And I must say tonight that a riot is the language of the unheard.” Those were the words of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in March 1968, weeks before he was assassinated. Today parts of Ferguson are still burning after a night of protests following the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, who killed Michael Brown. At least a dozen shops in the Ferguson area have been broken into and burned. A number of businesses burned for hours before firefighters arrived. We speak to Rev. Osagyefo Sekou of the Fellowship of Reconciliation and Jelani Cobb, director of the Africana Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut and a contributor to the New Yorker. “For over 100 days [the protesters in Ferguson] have been primarily nonviolent in their approach to this,” Sekou says. “They gave the system a chance, and the system broke their heart.”

 

 

 

On Tuesday, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson sat down with ABC News, speaking publicly for the first time on the shooting death of Michael Brown. He described his side of the altercation, saying there was ‘no way’ Brown had his hands up when he was fatally shot.

 

Wilson says he couldn’t have done anything differently in his confrontation to have prevented the 18-year-old’s shooting death.

 

A grand jury on Monday declined to indict Wilson on any charges, setting off a night of angry protests, looting and gunfire in the Ferguson area.

 

ABC’s George Stephanopoulos tweet-bragged about landing the first interview with cleared Ferguson cop Darren Wilson.

 

“Just finished a more than hourlong interview with Officer Darren Wilson. No question off limits,” tweeted the co-host of Good Morning America on Tuesday.

 

 

The interview led off World News with David Muir Tuesday night, with Wilson insisting to Stephanopoulos that he had no choice but to shoot, Brown was huge and intimidating, that he had grabbed Wilson’s gun and punched him, and that he, Wilson, feared Brown would kill him.

 

When asked if he would be haunted by the incident, Wilson said, “I don’t think it’s a haunting; it’s always going to be something that happened.

 

“The reason I have a clean conscience is I know I did my job right,” he said.

 

Wilson said he asked himself if he could legally shoot Brown. “I thought, ‘I have to. If I don’t, he will kill me if he gets to me.’ “

 

 

Over the weekend, CNN’s Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter reported that Stephanopoulos was one of several major news anchors who had met secretly with Wilson for off-the-record chats aimed at persuading the officer, then in hiding, to grant his first interview after the grand jury decision was rendered.

 

Stephanopoulos appears to be the winner of the coveted “get” but others who were angling included Matt Lauer of NBC, Scott Pelley of CBS, and Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon of CNN.

 

The get is likely to add to ABC’s bragging rights over GMA, which has toppled NBC’s long-leading Today show in the morning-show ratings.

 

And it’s a major coup for Stephanopoulos, who first came to America’s attention as a young, brash political operative in 1992.

 

As communications director during Bill Clinton’s first winning presidential campaign, and early in Clinton’s first term, Stephanopoulos was known for testy jousting with reporters, until he got fed up and quit. Later, in his memoir, All Too Human: A Political Education, he described White House pressures so great he became depressed and his face broke out in hives.

 

Contributing: Melanie Eversley, Associated Press

 

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President Obama Issues a Statement on the Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Published on Nov 24, 2014

Tonight, the President spoke to the American people following the announcement of the grand jury’s decision in the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. November 24, 2014.

 

 

Friend of Darren Wilson: ‘Sigh of relief’ after grand jury decision

Published on Nov 25, 2014

A spokeswoman for a Darren Wilson support group speaks to CNN about the grand jury’s decision to not indict the officer.

 

 

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Now lets get to some facts. 

911 Convenience Store Call Tapes:

The 911 call from the convenience store owner, that set in motion Michael Brown’s murder, you know the 911 call that the convenience store owner publicly said he never made, the same 911 call that Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said on August 9th, the day Michael Brown was murdered by killer cop Darren Wilson, was never made to Ferguson 911 dispatch…where are those 911 call tapes? Since Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson, NOW says that 911 call was what alerted the Ferguson police to Michael Brown. Where is THAT 911 call tape?

 

The Ferguson PD dispatch has released radio chatter describing exactly what Michael Brown was wearing, but there is NO 911 CALL FROM THE CONVENIENCE STORE OWNER saying he was robbed or strong armed in any manner. WHY? It took ‘em 6 weeks to cook up this bull shit.

 

Grand Jury:

It has been said by County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch that the juror’s on this grand jury met a grand total of 25 days. It took ‘em over 100 days to reach a decision, although they met to discuss this case 25 days total. Mmmmm. Why? Did it take 75 days to create a plausible lie about the facts, so Darren Wilson could be exonerated? Here’s the thing about a grand jury, they are not the end all be all when it comes to bringing an accused to trial. A grand jury is charged with the responsibility of determining IF THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO TAKE DARREN WILSON TO TRIAL. Not guilt or innocence or probable cause. 

 

Let me repeat that: A grand jury is supposed to find enough evidence to warrant a trial. Thats ALL. If there is enough evidence for a trial, they decide to indict based on THAT reason alone. Grand juries do not give a flying you know what about guilt, innocence or probable cause.  IS THERE ENOUGH EVIDENCE FOR A TRIAL is all a grand jury is concerned with finding for a indict decision.

 

Hope that is crystal clear to all you misinformed misguided Fox News listeners.

 

Another fact: a grand jury is not the last stop in taking an accused to trial. A grand jury can decide not to indict and a “county prosecutor” can decide to try a case at his/her discretion. In most cases a grand jury is not even convened, instead a preliminary hearing is held before a judge. Bob McCulloch very well could still take killer cop Darren Wilson to trial. Yes. I Know. A pipe dream of mine.

 

I guess I am done with this. The disgust I feel for AmeriKKKa is palatable.

 

St. Louis riot police pepper spray protesters blocking highway

 

 

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