Attorney Robert McCulloch
The system is rotten to the core, that means not only do the police commit crimes, the judges and lawyer involved don’t rule in favor of justice when police are exposed. In fact judges and lawyers have been found to be just as corrupt. Uniforms, expensive suits and black robes are nothing more than fronts and false images.
Outrage burned bright as a Grand Jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, the man responsible for ending the life of 18-year-old Michael Brown under suspicious circumstances this past August.
One fact that seems to be generally overlooked is the allegiance of St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch, who read the Grand Jury’s decision on national television. Mr. McCulloch is the President of an organization called The BackStoppers Inc., which is designed to assist the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty (police). The problem? The BackStoppers Inc. raised funds for the officer who put six bullets into an unarmed teenager by offering a shirt that proudly proclaims, “I SUPPORT OFFICER D. WILSON.” The description accompanying the shirt “Donations from purchases will be divided between a fund set up for Officer Wilson and The BackStoppers Inc.
So the question we must ask is this: how can a prosecuting attorney remain non-partisan when the organization he is the President of is raising money to support the officer involved in the case he’s allegedly investigating? And you don’t have to take our word for it. Visit The BackStoppers Inc. board of directors page here and see the plainly evident facts. Mr. McCulloch’s name and title are proudly listed under President.
Michael Brown hasn’t received justice, and as long as those investigating his death are firmly on the side of the man who murdered him, he never will.
It’s all about twisting the truth, manipulating the jury and dancing around the facts to make one life more valuable than another
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