"The law is reason, free from passion."
From what I have heard, it sounds like the GJ took the job seriously, wanted to ensure they had all evidence before making a decision and (even witnesses that supported Michael Brown indicated) were not biased one way or the other while asking good questions.
1) Three separate autopsies ordered by Holder - why? It appears he was hoping for something that wasn't found. 2) "Witnesses' stories changed when they were found to be untrue? Isn't that perjury? 3) There were three blacks on the Grand Jury - does the outcome have to be unanimous, or simply a majority, since their only role is to determine if a case has enough merit to go to trial? Other than more destruction, what's next?
4) Why were businesses looted and burned - what did they have to do with this case? They and their employees now have no jobs, and it was black-owned businesses that were targeted by other blacks. Who thought that was a good idea? 5) Police cars burned? Taxpayers paid for those - who pays for new ones? This is a nightmare!
A Canadian conservative is one who believes in limited government and that the government should stay out of our wallets and out of our bedrooms.
Now that all the evidence is all public, it is clear that there was no necessity to even convene a grand jury except for as a show of good will.
Frankly, in the wake of their incitement to arson now becoming public, it now appears that Brown's mother and stepfather should be arrested and / or subject to class action lawsuit due to civil liability.