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    Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    5 Crucial Pieces of Evidence Ferguson Grand Jury Saw - ABC News

    >Wilson's Medical Examination
    Wilson sustained bruising in the face, neck, and scalp areas after "he was hit in the face a couple of times," according to a police report. Wilson also reported jaw pain, according to a medical examination report.

    I can't understand, why people which now are shouting about justice and human rights, now, literally "spits in the face" of this rights! Wilson did everything right! This people shouts about right to self-defense, but they forget, that Wilson also had this right. Awful!


    Also, NYT published the address of Darren, hope he's in safety!
    SHOCKING: New York Times Releases Darren Wilson’s Home Address | LibertyNEWS.com
    Now, they delete a post, but somebody already saved it on twitter.

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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by timslash View Post
    5 Crucial Pieces of Evidence Ferguson Grand Jury Saw - ABC News

    >Wilson's Medical Examination
    Wilson sustained bruising in the face, neck, and scalp areas after "he was hit in the face a couple of times," according to a police report. Wilson also reported jaw pain, according to a medical examination report.

    I can't understand, why people which now are shouting about justice and human rights, now, literally "spits in the face" of this rights! Wilson did everything right! This people shouts about right to self-defense, but they forget, that Wilson also had this right. Awful!


    Also, NYT published the address of Darren, hope he's in safety!
    SHOCKING: New York Times Releases Darren Wilson’s Home Address | LibertyNEWS.com
    Now, they delete a post, but somebody already saved it on twitter.
    Did he do everything right? There seems to be a difference of opinion there.

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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    Did he do everything right? There seems to be a difference of opinion there.

    tough to determine, most grown adults can probably differentiate 20 and 120 feet with ease.

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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    To be frank, the issue at this point is not whether or not Wilson was right, but whether or not there was probable cause to indict him. The outrage about Wilson has almost completely shifted to outrage about the lack of an indictment.

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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlevinKelevra View Post
    tough to determine, most grown adults can probably differentiate 20 and 120 feet with ease.
    And what is that supposed to mean?

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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    To be frank, the issue at this point is not whether or not Wilson was right, but whether or not there was probable cause to indict him. The outrage about Wilson has almost completely shifted to outrage about the lack of an indictment.
    You are absolutely correct that that is what the GJ decision was about.

    But as there is no probable cause to indict, his actions would have to be categorized as "right", as in "not wrong" under the law. Hence no indictment. Just saying.
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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    And what is that supposed to mean?
    Judging from our conversation in the other thread, I think it is supposed to mean that she does not understand that while Brown ended up 100+ feet from the vehicle, Officer Wilson was much much closer to Brown than that 100+ feet from the vehicle.
    Brown was so close to the Officer as he charged him that the Officer had to back up.
    At least that is what it appears to me to be about.
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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    I have to wonder if the fact his father was killed by a Black man weighed heavily on his mind during those few seconds of confrontation.
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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePlayDrive View Post
    To be frank, the issue at this point is not whether or not Wilson was right, but whether or not there was probable cause to indict him. The outrage about Wilson has almost completely shifted to outrage about the lack of an indictment.
    Should we now indict folks for being right? Should we hold long drawn out trials for folks like Zimmerman (and Wilson) simply to try to calm down morons inflamed by the likes of Al Sharpton? Perhaps it is time for folks to learn that beating on folks just may result in them shooting you. Just because you want a "fair" fight does not mean that the rules can be changed after the fight is over.
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    Re: Crucial pieces evidence ferguson grand jury.

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    I have to wonder if the fact his father was killed by a Black man weighed heavily on his mind during those few seconds of confrontation.
    Are you kidding me? Have you no time to even pretend to read news sources?

    Since the shooting, Brown supporters have demanded that Prosecutor McCulloch be removed from the case, claiming he could not fairly prosecute due to bias. McCulloch’s father was a police officer killed in the line of duty in 1964 by an African-American man.
    Grand Jury: Darren Wilson not indicted in Michael Brown shooting death | FOX2now.com


    When, exactly, did Darren Wison's father die and how?
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    Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” ― George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman

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