April 23, 2015
Just when you thought you’d heard the last of the amateur gangster-rapper who robbed a Paki store before attempting to murder a police officer, it’s time to hear even more about him.
Michael Brown’s family has decided to sue the city of Ferguson over the “wrongful death” of their violent criminal son.
Michael Brown’s parents will sue Ferguson, Mo., on Thursday for the wrongful death of their son, their attorneys confirmed to the Los Angeles Times.
The specifics of the suit will not be released until after a news conference, which the family will hold at 10:30 a.m. local time in front of the St. Louis County courthouse, said Adner Marcelin, a spokesman for the Brown family attorneys, late Wednesday.
Brown, who was black and unarmed, was shot to death Aug. 9 by white police Officer Darren Wilson, triggering months of protests and unrest in Ferguson, a predominantly black St. Louis suburb with a mostly white police force.
Demonstrators often chanted, “Hands up, don’t shoot,” alluding to some witnesses’ contention that Brown was trying to surrender when he was killed. Others, including Wilson, said Brown instead was charging at him.
It wasn’t simply “others” that said it – it was what the Justice Department investigation proved to have happened.
In other news, the Jew media has yet to apologize or be investigated by the government for continuing to lie about Michael Brown having his hands up – and implying that he was begging Officer Wilson not to shoot him – even after it was proved that they knew for a fact it was a lie but kept pushing it anyway.