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Elspeth
06-07-2016, 07:43 PM
The news of this testimony release has gone largely unnoticed. But, as the Conservative Treehouse points out, names and unredacted testimony are now in the hands of Michael Brown's family and the race-baiting attorney. As the 'hood itself puts it, "Snitches get stiches." I have no doubt that those good people who testified in the in front of the grand jury AND the grand jurors themselves are now in danger. Michael Brown's stepfather is a violent gang member and Brown was dealing drugs.


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Whoa !! Federal Judge Orders Unredacted Release of Grand Jury Witness Testimony Including Names In Michael Brown Case
https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/06/06/whoa-federal-judge-orders-unredacted-release-of-grand-jury-witness-testimony-including-names-in-michael-brown-case/

Wow, just wow. This judge is nuts!
Has he forgotten the example of Ty Da Shooter? Has he forgotten Jeffrey Williams opening fire on Ferguson police?

According to the Associated Press a federal judge, U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber, has ordered St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch’s office to release the full unredacted transcripts from the Grand Jury testimony in the Michael Brown shooting case against officer Darren Wilson.

Specifically, Judge Webber is forcing McCulloch’s office to also release the names of the Grand Jury witnesses who gave testimony during the investigation. The names will be given to Anthony Gray, a monumentally corrupt attorney who represents the family of Michael Brown.

Those who followed the Brown case closely will note there is every reason to believe those witnesses will be hunted down by the racial apparatus that is embedded inside the professional grievance activists. They will not be safe...

...“We now get the chance to have an unblemished look at who said what to whom and under what context,” Anthony Gray, the family’s attorney, told The Associated Press. “We consider this to be a huge development in the case — very significant and monumental in terms of discovery.” (link)

It should be noted and emphasized that in addition to the Grand Jury clearing Darren Wilson, the Eric Holder Department of Justice did not find any reason to justify any civil rights violations. To the contrary, the DOJ final report cleared Officer Wilson and substantiated the entirety of the evidence provided to the Grand Jury.

The continuation of the grievances against McCullough’s office, by the Brown family in general, and Anthony Gray specifically, is a vindictive effort not only targeted toward a financial payday but to also send a message to the witnesses that supporting the rule of law will not be tolerated by the black grievance activists including the ultra-violent gang member and step-father, Louis Head.

Those witness names along with their sealed testimony will reach the streets specifically because Anthony Gray will ensure it happens. This is a very bad decision. There will be blood on the hands of Judge E Richard Webber.

SaintLouieWoman
06-07-2016, 11:52 PM
You would think that the federal judge would realize that they will never again get honest testimony. I hope that there is some sort of protection for the brave truth-tellers.

That judge probably sits in a Ladue home shielded from the reality of the street. (Ladue is one of the exclusive neighborhoods in the St Louis area. Many of the movers and shakers live there).

Banacek
06-08-2016, 04:41 PM
O'Reilly want on a rant two weeks ago about the Chicago police not doing anything to stop the murders there.

Apparently, he thinks that the police are telepathic, patrol the streets and "listen" to thoughts to find a murderer and then get the murderer convicted on the police say so.

The Chicago police have seized approximately 1100 guns through March of this year. In 2014 they seized 4500.

As an aside I used to think Fox News was pretty good. Now I rarely do, the above rant being one example