Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Ferguson: Officer Wilson's BIG payout (video)

Ashley Wells, CC Liu, Pfc. Sandoval, Pat Macpherson, Wisdom Quarterly; Uprising with Sonali
Trial attorney, author of Suspicion Nation, legal analyst Lisa Bloom begins at Min. 38:00.
(FSTV/Uprising with Sonali, Free Speech TV/Pacifia Radio, KPFK.org, KPFA.org, Dec. 2, 2014)

On this episode of Uprising: Attorney Lisa Bloom dissects the non-indictment of Officer Darren Wilson (final segment of the show); Robert Jensen analyzes breaking news headlines; Josh Eidelson discusses our Walmart Black Friday protests; and Dr. Paul Song explains the latest Supreme Court case on Romneycare Obamacare/"Affordable Care Act."

I kill a [black], and the KKK throws a party.
While the deceptive mainstream media fed us all the story that killer cop Darren Wilson had resigned "with no severance pay," they neglected to inform us that he enjoyed a massive payout by ABC News in the neighborhood of half a million dollars to talk about killing Michael Brown. He can afford to quit with $50,000 already sent in by donors in the unlikely event of any trial.

Look at my severe injuries from the chief.
It was also recently revealed that he committed at least two other violent felonies that day as he reversed and floored his police cruiser and used it as a deadly weapon almost running over two unarmed black teens walking in the street, this after verbally abusing and insulting them in a vulgar display of power. It was not but a minute or so later that he was executing one on the street.

What other crimes did Wilson commit -- perjury before a grand jury, failure to file an incident report committing to paper what had taken place when he chose to shoot the unarmed civilian standing 150 feet from his car, conspiracy to falsify a police report, tampering with evidence, brutality under color of uniform, and so on?

I'm ready for my close up, Georgie!
These crimes, including murder, seem almost as nothing compared to the atrocities committed on his behalf by his defense attorney prosecutor Robert McCulloch and his boss/coach, the Ferguson PD police chief who forced him to go to the hospital and coached him on what to say on the trip there.

What was wrong with with the travesty of justice presented to the world by McCulloch? Sonali Kolhatkar interviews a prominent attorney who has read through much of the pile of paperwork dumped by McCulloch in an effort to further obfuscate the truth. Meanwhile, more people are arrested in Los Angeles over Ferguson than anywhere else in the nation, and the reasons why are alarming.
  • Protests brewing in Ferguson
    No severance package for Wilson! No severance package for Wilson! (Not that those who resign/quit get severance packages) (AP) Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson did not receive a severance package when he resigned over the weekend, the St. Louis suburb's mayor said Sunday.  Wilson, 28, won't receive any further pay or benefits. [You mean he's been getting free money and perks while on vacation and getting married sitting at home with his feet up, colluding to sway the grand jury, and planning his future, all while negotiating the biggest paycheck from the networks clamoring for an exclusive interview with him?] And he and the city have cut their ties, Mayor James Knowles told reporters a day after Wilson tendered his resignation, which was effective immediately.
The police state marches on, and "I'm Darren Wilson" bracelet sales up among officers.

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