MEMO TO DEMOCRATIC GOVERNOR OF MISSOURI: YOUR RECENT ‘RUSH TO JUDGEMENT” VIDEO (URGING THE PROSECUTION OF INNOCENT FERGUSON POLICEMAN DEREK WILSON FOR MURDER) LOOKS PRETTY STUPID NOW:
AND WHY IS THAT?
MISSOURI COP WAS BADLY BEATEN BEFORE SHOOTING MICHAEL BROWN, SAYS SOURCE ...
By Hollie McKay, FoxNews.com, August 20, 2014
THE CUT-AND-PASTED CONTENTS OF THIS BREAKING FOX NEWS STORY IS REPRODUCED BELOW:
“Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Mo., police officer whose fatal shooting of Michael Brown touched off more than a week of demonstrations, suffered SEVERE FACIAL INJURIES, including ORBITAL (EYE SOCKET) FRACTURE, and was NEARLY BEATEN UNCONSCIOUS BY BROWN MOMENTS BEFORE FIRING HIS GUN, a source close to the department’s top brass told FoxNews.com …
“’The Assistant (Police) Chief took him to the hospital, his face all swollen on one side,’ said the insider. ‘HE WAS BEATEN VERY SEVERELY’ ….
MY OWN THOUGHTS ON THIS BREAKING NEWS STORY
And what comes to my mind, after reading the latest details of this metaphorical lynching of local police officer, Darren Wilson, by the cynical vote-seeking Missouri governor?
Namely that all the racial divisiveness, in Ferguson, will disappear once America’s supreme prevaricator and race baiter, U.S. Attorney General Eric “I Never Met A White Police Officer Whom I Didn’t Detest” Holder brings his “calming” influence to Ferguson … NOT!
With Holder — accompanied by the ultra-leftist zealots of his “civil rights” division — flying into Ferguson, we can be sure that Ferguson is only going to see more riots, looting and racial division in the nights to come!
Enough said, I would think.
[Murray Soupcoff was editor and co-author of “Good Buy Canada” and author of “Canada 1984”.
He was a founding member (and senior partner) of Ian Sone & Associates Ltd -- Canada’s first independent social-research company specializing in the evaluations of federal, provincial & municipal government projects in Canada.
He is also the publisher of the “Soupcoff Report” investment newsletter, whose distribution is partly subsidized by paid subscriptions from former research clients]