#FERGUSON: Forensic Evidence In Michael Brown Case Could Mean That Ferguson Will Be Torched

Prepare for all hell to break loose if this new evidence is true for Wilson. Check it out…

This “blood” evidence is a major development in the Ferguson shooting case.

Angela Whitman is a resident of Ferguson, MO who was among activists meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder in August. Holder’s Justice Department had launched a civil rights investigation into the killing of black teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

CNN reports that Whitman, reacting to a report in the New York Times, said that if federal investigators believe Wilson’s version of events, there will be big trouble — “St. Louis is going to burn.”

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What federal investigators reportedly revealed to the Times could, indeed, mean there will be no civil rights case brought against the Ferguson police officer. It could also mean that the grand jury considering charges against officer Wilson could find that an indictment is not warranted.

Read more: Western Journalism

 

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