According to the District Attorney- considering all available physical evidence and facts presented to the members of the grand jury, officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted.
Facts, evidence, law and discernment equals justice. Not ‘justice’ for Michael Brown or ‘justice’ for Darren Wilson.
But that doesn’t sit well with the Congressional Black Caucus. According to Politico, Caucus Chairwoman Marcia Fudge said,
“The Ferguson grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown is a miscarriage of justice.”
What this uninformed opinion is based on- since it it obviously isn’t based on the facts presented to the grand jury who decided the case- is anyone’s idea.
Fudge also said, “It is a slap in the face to Americans nationwide who continue to hope and believe that justice will prevail.”
Again, what? Justice did prevail. Though Michael Brown lost his life, an innocent man wasn’t wrongly convicted for a crime he didn’t commit simply to appease the rabid, racial mob.
It should be clear that what Fudge and the CBC really wanted- along with many other Brown family supporters- wasn’t justice. They wanted vengeance– specifically racial vengeance. They wanted an emotionally-justified reason, “death-by-racism” to behave in a way unbecoming of every other group of people in the country. That reason is based on a false, transparent, and tired narrative of black victimization.
Courtesy of Young Cons