Ferguson Prosecutor Made a Startling Admission That Could Reopen the Darren Wilson Case

The news: On Friday, St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch made a startling admission about his role in the grand jury process that did not charge police officer Darren Wilson in the death of unarmed black teenager Mike Brown.

McCulloch admitted that he knowingly let a woman who "clearly wasn’t present" at the scene testify before the grand jury, throwing more doubt over a decision already questioned by tens of thousands of protesters nationwide.

The witness in question is likely Sandra McElroy, the "Witness 40" who testified she saw Brown charging at Wilson "like a football player, head down" before Wilson shot Brown. A recent investigation by the Smoking Gun revealed that McElroy has untreated bipolar disorder, a history of racist remarks and wrote in her journal that she was in Ferguson that day to "stop calling Blacks N****** and Start calling them people." According to the St. http://uristocrat.com/pfizer-viagra-for-women-cialis-levitra/

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