Monday, November 24, 2014

ERIC HOLDER on Ferguson: Investigation ONGOING but He Ignores ACTUAL abuses in Indian Country which is ONGOING

Shameful turn of events from Attorney General Eric Holder.  After tonight's decision from the Grand Jury to NOT indict police officer Darren Wilson for shooting his attacker, 6' 4" 290 pound Michael Brown, Holder issued this statement:
Eric Holder washing his hands of civil rights abuses

“While the grand jury proceeding in St. Louis County has concluded, the Justice Department’s investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown remains ongoing. Though we have shared information with local prosecutors during the course of our investigation, the federal inquiry has been independent of the local one from the start, and remains so now. Even at this mature stage of the investigation, we have avoided prejudging any of the evidence. And although federal civil rights law imposes a high legal bar in these types of cases, we have resisted forming premature conclusions.

INDEPENDENT investigation?  What for? The grand jury listened to 50 witnesses, many who recanted their initial on camera statements, and 4 hours of testimony from Wilson.  They could find NO evidence to indict Wilson.  

Yet they have time to waste to continue to look?  This is bullshit.   He needs to spend time looking at the corruption in Indian Country, the apartheid, the segregation, the theft of $800 MILLION from tribal members via disenrollment.....  


Anonymous said...

The Holder mafia,..

Anonymous said...

Waste of time to keep "investigating" in Ferguson.
We need FULL investigations into the abuses and crimes in Indian Country...

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Anonymous said...

Morality in the issue of a public officials using deadly force to serve and protect the greater good for society should no longer be in question.

Morality of tribal corruption would not hold up to the same scrutiny.

Two very separate issues questioned for morality would end equally different.

If it is for the greater good of a society we must morn the loss and forgive the official that was the cause of loss. If it goes against the greater good of a society we must hold accountable the official responsible for the loss.