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Former Fed. Prosecutor: McCulloch Violated Rules Of Conduct

Former Federal Prosecutor Jonathan Shapiro says St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch could face sanctions for putting witnesses on the stand he knew were lying under oath. Shapiro spoke to Ari Melber on MSNBC. MELBER: Why would a prosecutor say that he should put people on the stand in a grand jury that he didn’t […]

St. Louis prosecutor Bob McCulloch broke his silence on Friday saying that he knew that witnesses testifying before the grand jury after Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown to death, were lying and he will not prosecute them. McCulloch told radio station KTRS that he allowed witnesses he knew were lying to testify […]

A crucial witness in the grand jury on whether to indict Ferguson, Mo. police officer Darren Wilson, wasn’t truthful. What we’re saying here is, she’s a big fat liar. Her story was fabricated. With a trail of dubious postings on social media and documented lies previously told to the police, one has to wonder why […]

For the second time, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch has held back documents related to evidence in Michael Brown’s death at the hands of Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson.   “Clearly, I inadvertently omitted some material,” McCulloch said in a statement. “I apologize for any confusion this may have caused.” Buzfeed reports: Among the […]

In Washington, thousands of demonstrators at the Justice for All rally joined in solidarity against grand juries which have decided not to indict officers in the chokehold death of Eric Garner in New York and the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Eric Garner’s mother, Gwen Carr, said the march was making history. […]

Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik appeared on my radio show Wednesday night to defend the grand jury decisions in Ferguson and New York and to remind us that he has no problem with torture, although he won’t call it that. He referred to Michael Brown as “a big, huge thug.” Now read […]

(Reuters) – More than 150 protesters were arrested in California overnight after shutting down a major freeway in another outbreak of nationwide demonstrations against police use of deadly force on minorities. Across the other side of the country late on Monday, basketball stars in New York including Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James joined the protests […]

Interim dean Robert Scott explains: The law school has a policy and set of procedures for students who experience trauma during exam period. In accordance with these procedures and policy, students who feel that their performance on examinations will be sufficiently impaired due to the effects of these recent events may petition Dean Alice Rigas […]

Russell Simmons says, “America has not seen protests like those that are coming if justice doesn’t start to come down,” We are seeing the beginning of the end of police policing the police, he added. “On Wednesday, we are going to ask for indictments and list of achievable demands.” (‘We’ referring to high profile celebrities […]

Somebody call Webster’s, because Joe Scarborough has rendered its definition of “white privilege” obsolete. On Tuesday morning’s Morning Joe, Scarborough and his diverse panel (Howard Dean was once voted for by black people) tackled LeBron James’ “I can’t breathe” protest t-shirt. The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar was one of several players who took to the court during warmups […]

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