Wilson Resigns in Ferguson, Still Not Enough for Race Baiters
Darren Wilson is no longer a police officer. Wilson, who shot Michael Brown in August, resigned from the Ferguson, Missouri, police force Nov. 29. He was not asked to leave, but Ferguson Police have made changes in response to the unrest in the town, such as creating a citizen review board, encouraging officers to live in the town, and creating a scholarship for aspiring officers interested in working in Ferguson. But according to the race-baiting Rev. Al Sharpton, it’s not enough. “We were not after Wilson’s job. We were after Michael Brown’s justice,” he declared. Brown’s family, meanwhile, will “look at every legal avenue” to keep the fires burning, according to the family’s lawyer, Benjamin Crump. Already, the family took its complaints to the UN. And Crump said the family wants to reform the grand jury process, make a law requiring all police officers to wear body cameras, and bring a wrongful-death civil suit against Wilson. While the legal process has been played out, the version of justice that Brown’s family follows has not been satisfied.
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