Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Last summer, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson made national headlines when he shot and killed teenage thug Michael Brown. Despite the fact that Brown had been attacking Wilson, and that the gunshots were fired in self defense, liberal race-baiters dubbed Wilson a “murderer” and demanded he be arrested.

Luckily, a grand jury ruled in Wilson’s favor and decided that no charges against him should be filed. Desperate for revenge, Brown’s parents have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Wilson, and a federal judge just made the astonishing decision to let the case go forward with a trial in October of 2016.

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According to Daily Mail, U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber scheduled the trial in the case of Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden against Wilson, the city of Ferguson, and it’s former police chief, for thirteen months from now.

This will undoubtedly come as bad news to Wilson, who was basically forced to resign from the police force even though the U.S. Department of Justice reluctantly cleared him of any wrongdoing. This case marked the beginning of the race-riots that have since spread across the country like wildfire, and with a trial happening next year, it looks like they won’t be stopping anytime soon.

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