No Indictment Filed Against Officer Darren Wilson in Michael Brown Shooting
No Indictment Filed Against Officer Darren Wilson in Michael Brown Shooting (Photo Credit: St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office)

Killer cop walks free: No indictment will be filed against Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch says the grand jury “determined that no probable cause exists to charge Officer Darren Wilson” for the teen’s murder. McColloch said all the witnesses who testified that Michael Brown charged officer Wilson were black.

Sorry, Bob McCulloch punted the case to the grand jury. This was a rigged game and Michael Brown didn’t have a chance. Here’s the entire grand jury testimony, CLICK HERE.

McCulloch said Officer Wilson was alerted about the strong-arm robbery at the convenience store and recognized the teen from the description given by the dispatcher.

Most of the witnesses said the shots fired at Michael Brown came when he turned towards the officer. Wilson fired 12 shots from his weapon. Michael Brown’s body was located 153 feet east from Darren Wilson’s car. The teen reportedly had a 25-foot comeback toward Brown, which may have led to his shooting death. That’s according to Bob McCollouch.

Bob McCulloch’s whining over the media and social media coverage of the shooting death was unprofessional. He believes the shooting of Michael Brown was because of his aggressive reaction to Darren Wilson.

Here’s Bob McCulloch’s bizarre press conference:

Reaction to Michael Brown shooting grand jury decision:  “Michael Brown’s parents have lost more than anyone. We should be honoring their wishes.” — President Obama ChristineDByers

ACLU: Ferguson, Mo., grand jury decision “does not negate the fact that Michael Brown’s tragic death is part of an alarming national trend of officers using excessive force against people of color.” – @aclu_mo

Here’s a statement from Michael Brown’s parents:

“We are profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions. While we understand that many others share our pain, we ask that you channel your frustration in ways that will make a positive change. We need to work together to fix the system that allowed this to happen. Join with us in our campaign to ensure that every police officer working the streets in this country wears a body camera. We respectfully ask that you please keep your protests peaceful. Answering violence with violence is not the appropriate reaction. Let’s not just make noise, let’s make a difference.” Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown, Sr. Parents of Michael Brown, Jr.

 Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo.: “Michael Brown’s death was a tragic loss for his family and for the community. Since August, I’ve been in close touch with clergy members and other local leaders, and I believe we all agree our first priority is peacefully healing and rebuilding the community after months of unrest. We must balance the rights of Americans to exercise their free speech alongside the rights of people to live peacefully and safely in their communities. I join Michael Brown’s family in urging protestors to do so peacefully.” – statement Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., on Ferguson grand jury decision: ‘There will be many people who are disappointed in today’s decision, even though it is a result of a deliberate legal process that’s being independently checked by Attorney General Eric Holder and the US Justice Department. While we await the conclusion of that independent investigation-and continue working together for solutions to systemic issues highlighted by this tragedy – I’m praying that the good people of St. Louis and local law enforcement will remain peaceful and respectful of one another’ – statement

Officer firing his weapon on protestors.

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