- Ferguson asked residents to comment after the murder of Mike Brown. Here’s what they had to say.
- Grand jury process raises questions about a Ferguson indictment
- Operation Help or Hush is working on civil disobedience & resistance trainings. If you’re interested in helping, let them…
Why isn’t anyone talking about this?
reasons black people just can’t get over it.
- Tef Poe speaks at STL Co. Council Meeting (Sept. 16) (audio)
- As Mike Brown grand jury extended, patience for justice wears thin
- Ferguson mayor and city council announce town hall meetings for Monday and beyond (x)
- Ferguson - Let’s Connect the Movement. More info/Donate here.
I’ve never heard that before but here is some info on steroids and steroid abuse:
- What effects do anabolic steroids have on behavior?
- Signs of steroid abuse
- Anabolic steroid use and abuse by police officers: Policy and prevention
- Police juice up on steroids to get “edge” on criminals
- Steroid abuse and excessive force by police
- Police department to start routinely testing officers for steroid use
The Washington Post looks at how the legal case is being rigged by the prosecutor in the case of Michael Brown’s killing.
Prosecutor Robert McCulloch has dumped all the evidence in this case on the grand jury and left them to decide whether to indict Darren Wilson.
McCulloch won’t have his prosecutors recommend even involuntary manslaughter to the grand jury.
A grand jury is less likely to deliver an indictment — even a much deserved one — if a prosecutor doesn’t ask for it.
There have been 12 fatal police shootings on McCulloch’s watch; he has not prosecuted a single one. At least four times, he presented evidence to a grand jury but — wouldn’t you know it? — didn’t get an indictment.