Embattled Ferguson Officer, Darren Wilson, can rest a little easier knowing that he won’t get indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown, but that restful sleep just got a little harder for the freshly married cop after the New York Times published the city and street name of his love nest.
The letter you were not supposed to see.. Darren Wilson asked it to remain private, but the letter was leaked by an anonymous source after a grand jury decided not to indict him in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Here is the transcript:
To all of the pro Officer Wilson Supporters – Continue reading
No specifics have been revealed on the decision that will be released by the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office later today, reported several major news outlets.
A Ferguson police officer, who shot an unarmed teen quietly got married to another police officer two months ago.
An uncovered marriage license shows, Darren Wilson, 28, got married to Barbara Spradling, 37, on Oct. 24, with one of his lawyers signing the license as a witness.
The NYT, which first reported the nuptials, said the couple own a home together. Continue reading
It is an understatement to say that Officer Darren Wilson has been ‘laying low’ since the shooting death of an unarmed black teen, and in that time of obscurity, Wilson has been blowing off his pre-scheduled court dates.
Trying to avoid the media and the general public, Wilson not been seen in court since August 9, and in his absence, a total of six criminal cases have been dismissed. As the arresting officer, Wilson is supposed to appear to testify.
A St Louis County judge on Monday dismissed a felony drug possession charge against a 28-year-old. The judge had previously agreed to put the case on hold after Wilson missed a late September preliminary hearing. Continue reading
St. Louis County Medical Examiner just released the official autopsy report for Ferguson’s Michael Brown.
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St. Louis Cardinals fans clashed with a group of Ferguson protesters who showed up at the entrance of the ballpark unannounced.
At about the 22-second mark, one Cardinals fan begins telling the protesters they need to get jobs. “That’s right! If they’d be working, we wouldn’t have this problem!”
- At about the 1:30 mark, the crowd of Cardinals fans begin drowning out the protesters’ chants with a “Let’s go Cardinals!” chant. Well, they could be saying worse things… Continue reading
The DOJ sent a couple of letters to the Ferguson PD, one demanding they remove “I Am Darren Wilson” bracelets, and the other ordering cops to wear readable name plates, as some officers were seen wearing unidentifiable tags or none at all.
And in response to civil unrest, which gained steam again after Brown’s memorial was burned to the ground on Tuesday, and the use of the slogan “I Am Mike Brown,” officers were photographed wearing the bracelets supporting the officer who killed him. Continue reading
Fundraising site GoFundMe’s “Support Officer Darren Wilson” and “Support Officer Wilson” pages, supporting Officer Darren Wilson, the cops embroiled in the killing of Michael Brown, have mysteriously gone dark.
The two separate pages with similar names raised $235,750 and $197,620 before shuttering the effort for yet unknown reasons.
After raising more than $430,000 for the police officer who killed an unarmed black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Mo., two online donation pages appear to have been shut down by their organizers without explanation this weekend. A similar page for Brown’s family, run by the family’s attorney, Benjamin Crump, had raised $314,099 as of Sunday afternoon. source
The online donation campaigns have generated some controversy for defending Wilson, especially after some visitors left racially offensive remarks in at least one of the comment sections, which have since been removed.