What Happens if Officer Darren Wilson is Exonerated?

Autopsy Report

by Jeff Davis

What happens if the authorities in Missouri refuse to prosecute Officer Wilson to appease the angry Black mobs?

An article from WND.com reports: “As darkness fell Thursday night, the few blocks of this St. Louis suburb that became the scene of nightly, often violent protests was calm as public officials milled about, assuring residents parallel investigations would reveal the circumstances of the fatal shooting of black teen Michael Brown by a white police officer.”

“It appeared many of the public figures were bracing the community for the possibility that Officer Darren Wilson would not be charged with murder as evidence continued to mount that he was attacked and severely beaten by Brown only minutes after the teen robbed a convenience store Aug. 9. A St. Louis County Police Department officer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told WND that department reports confirmed Wilson suffered a broken eye socket in a struggle with Brown before the shooting. ‘For Michael Brown to fight the police officer and try to take his gun away… that’s resisting arrest, and it’s a felony,’ he said. ‘All you have to do is touch the officer’s gun and you’ve committed a felony.’”

During the initial attack by Michael Brown against Officer Wilson, Wilson not only suffered serious injuries to his head, Wilson’s pistol was fired inside the car during the struggle for it. Perhaps, this initial shot, convinced Brown to back off temporarily and start walking away. After going about 35 feet, Brown doubled back and charged back toward the car according to (believable) eyewitness statements. The original story concocted by the criminal Dorian Johnson (buddy of Michael Brown) claimed that Brown was shot in the back. The Jewish-liberal news media repeated this story for the first few days, causing considerable unrest among the Black population.

One source reports that there are 12 eyewitness accounts that support the police officer’s version of events, that Michael Brown doubled back and was charging toward him when the officer opened fire.

A New York Times article reporting on the autopsy notes “Mr. Brown, 18, was also shot four times in the right arm, he said, adding that all the bullets were fired into his front.”

So what does this mean? It means that not only is there more than enough evidence to get Officer Wilson “reasonable doubt” if he is charged with murder, there’s more than enough evidence to justify the shooting and prevent any trial in the first place.

If the local authorities refuse to put Officer Wilson through the wringer, the Blacks will riot again, the liberal blogs will scream and scream and scream and the Democrats will send in the FBI and arrest Darren Wilson for “violating Michael Brown’s civil rights.” Local law enforcement and local laws and state sovereignty will be spat on yet again.

An article on the Daily Caller reports “Not content with a regular prosecution or a vigorous investigation, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said he hopes that Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson will receive a ‘vigorous prosecution’ in the shooting death of Michael Brown on Aug. 9. ‘A vigorous prosecution must now be pursued,’ Nixon said in a five minute video address posted to his website Tuesday.”

Governor Jay Nixon is proving himself a liberal hack who would rather throw a White police officer to the wolves than stand up for what’s right. We’ll probably see a repeat of what happened to George Zimmerman. Instead of leaving the decision up to a grand jury, which is what should be done, that process will likely be bypassed with a special prosecutor appointed by the governor making the decision to prosecute.

White people should not tolerate this bypassing of the grand jury system since it means that anyone can be prosecuted at any time for purely political reasons. If we don’t protect the rights of Officer Wilson, then none of us are safe from a malicious prosecution.


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