Three-and-a-half months after a St. Louis Grand Jury decided not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson for Michael Brown’s death, President Obama’s Department of Justice has finally followed suit – admitting that there is no case to be brought against Wilson. Indeed, since the Justice Department had to show that Brown’s was shooting was motivated by racism and no such evidence even hinted of such racism, the Justice Department reached the only possible conclusion.
Leaks from the FBI have shown for months that there was no evidence of racism by Darren Wilson. ; The report’s acknowledgment that there was no evidence of improper actions on Wilson’s part is neither new nor particularly interesting. ; The only question is why the report took so long to release.