A Grand Jury delivered justice in the Fergsuon, Missouri case of Michael Brown and Officer Darren Wilson.
Wilson was cleared of any charges in the shooting death of the 18-year-old, after Brown had robbed a convenience store, and engaged Wilson in a violent struggle for his gun.
Yet protesters and race-baiters continue to insist Wilson’s account — as accepted by the bi-racial Grand Jury — are “completely unbelievable.”
And sadly, we have something of an answer: a chillingly similar case in which the assailant succeeded where Mike Brown failed, with tragic results for one grieving New York family.
Johnson City Officer David Smith, 43, was shot multiple times outside an MRI office near Binghamton after a disturbed employee managed to grab his gun just after 7 a.m., said Police Chief Joseph Zikuski.
The married 18-year police veteran, who has an 11-year-old son, had just arrived at Southern Tier Imaging when MRI technician James Clark, 43, wildly ran up to him before punching him several times as he was trying to exit his vehicle, said Zikuski.
Smith died of his injuries at the hospital.
According to the Daily News, people who witnessed that shocking crime talked about how Clark “somehow managed to grab” the officer’s 9mm pistol and fired until the clip was empty.
So the next time a liberal friend or mail-order “Reverend” tells you Darren Wilson’s story is “unbelievable,” you might want to share this article with them.
Courtesy of Top Right News