The Holder Department of Justice released its findings today in the investigation of the Michael Brown shooting incident in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Holder DOJ found NO EVIDENCE that robber Mike Brown had his hands up when he was shot dead.
Black Caucus members held a “hands up, don’t shoot” protest in the US House in December.
Maybe they’ll issue an apology today?
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Officer Darren Wilson was exonerated by DOJ investigators.
DOJ officials concluded there was no evidence to disprove Wilson’s testimony that he feared for his safety.
Officials with the DOJ met with the Brown family this morning.
The Brown family released this statement:
“Today we received disappointing news from the Department of Justice that the killer of our son wouldn’t be held accountable for his actions.
While we are saddened by this decision, we are encouraged that the DOJ will hold the Ferguson Police Department accountable for the pattern of racial bias and profiling they found in their handling of interactions with people of color.
It is our hope that through this action, true change will come not only in Ferguson, but around the country.
“Burn this b*tch down!”
Step-father Louis Head started a riot in Ferguson after the jury decision was announced in November.