Prosecutor Declines To Charge Police Officer Who Killed Michael Brown In 2014


St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell on Thursday said charges would not be brought against the white former police officer who shot and killed Black teenager Michael Brown in 2014, citing a lack of evidence, reports the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

“Can we prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a crime occurred?” Bell, the top prosecutor in the county, said at a press conference. “The answer to that is no.”

Darren Wilson, the former officer, had previously been cleared by a grand jury and federal investigation. Bell on Thursday said while his office couldn’t prove Wilson committed a crime, it didn’t exonerate his actions.

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  1. Oh goody! Another excuse to vandalize and riot! Oops, I mean to vent pent-up racial frustration by peacefully protesting (with a permit, of course) with social distance and mask protocols in place.


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