Black Male Season continues, and the rules are simple. Murder a defenseless black person. The end. No punishments harsh enough to fit the crime, if there are any punishments.
Darren Wilson is the most notable example of a hunter where the he doesn’t follow the rules, but instead the rules follow him. And there is still no push to convict this pig for the murder of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen killed by him last year.
The so-called ‘Justice’ Department is not expected to file any civil rights charges against Wilson. Why? Because the FBI found no evidence. What a shock.
The New York Times reports:
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. and his civil rights chief, Vanita Gupta, will have the final say on whether the Justice Department will close the case against the officer, Darren Wilson. But it would be unusual for them to overrule the prosecutors on the case, who are still working on a legal memo explaining their recommendation.
If Holder is no Clarence Thomas, he would let the case continue until Brown’s family gets justice and Wilson gets prosecuted. Will Holder has what it takes to do what is considered “unusual”? We’ll have to see.
A decision by the Justice Department would bring an end to the politically charged investigation of Mr. Wilson in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The Missouri authorities concluded their investigation into Mr. Brown’s death in November and also recommended against charges.
But a broader Justice Department civil rights investigation into allegations of discriminatory traffic stops and excessive force by the Ferguson Police Department remains open. That investigation could lead to significant changes at the department, which is overwhelmingly white despite serving a city that is mostly black.
Darren Wilson is a true pig who continues to grunt and squeal that he was the one being attack despite eyewitness testimony and other forms of evidence contradicting him, suggesting he was the true aggressor. As with most other entries of the saga where black lives are cast aside like trash, I don’t see any kind of justice that will bring a much-needed twist in this story.
But I’ve been wrong before.