Witness #10: Lawrence O’Donnell destroys Bob McCulloch’s key witness

Bob McCulloch25Prosecutor Robert McCulloch singled out Witness #10’s testimony as the only witness to corroborate Darren Wilson’s defense claims that Michael Brown charged him and therefore he had no other choice but to kill him. But Witness #10 clearly changes his/her account of what he/she saw once inside the Grand Jury room. Why did he/she change their original statement? Was he/she offered any favors for their testimony? 16 people testified, under oath, Michael Brown had his hands up when fired upon. And witness #10 is Bob McCulloch’s key witness? I smell fish and it ain’t Friday!

Suspect testimony with witness #10 and a prosecutor with bias = a travesty. Charge Bob McCulloch with bias. This farce of a Grand Jury decision cannot be allowed to stand.

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107 Responses to Witness #10: Lawrence O’Donnell destroys Bob McCulloch’s key witness

  1. Stop, what’s that sound? Everybody look what’s going down.
    #NoJusticeNoPeace #MikeBrown #EricGarner #ICantBreathe.

  2. *sobs*


  3. #Ferguson Grand Jury Transcript. State of Missouri vs Darren Wilson.


  4. Maura McShane How One Woman Could Hit The Reset Button In The Case Against Darren Wilson


    For a week, the airwaves have been filled with news of the decision by the Ferguson grand jury not to indict Darren Wilson. Prosecutor Bob McCulloch gave a dramatic press conference. Wilson hit the interview circuit. Protesters filled the streets of West Florissant Avenue.

    But legally speaking, nothing has happened. We are in exactly the same legal position as before the prosecutors made their (extremely unusual) presentation to the grand jury.

    If McCulloch wanted to, he could present evidence in the case to a new grand jury and seek an indictment of Wilson. Although a constitutional protection known as “double jeopardy” says you can’t be charged with the same crime twice, the provision has not yet been triggered since Wilson was never charged.

    Of course, McCulloch would never pursue new charges because — as he made clear in his press conference — he vehemently believes Wilson is innocent. It is McCulloch’s vocal allegiance to the defendant that has cause many legal experts to question the process.

    So in order for the evidence to be presented to a new grand jury, a new prosecutor would have to be appointed. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has the power to appoint a special prosecutor for the case. But Nixon, through a spokesman, said he would not appoint one. Most people have treated this as the end of the story.

    It’s not.

    There is a provision of Missouri Law — MO Rev Stat § 56.110 — that empowers “the court having criminal jurisdiction” to “appoint some other attorney to prosecute” if the prosecuting attorney “be interested.” (The term “be interested” is an awkward legal way to refer to conflict-of-interest or bias. The statute dates from the turn of the 20th century.)

    The court with jurisdiction over Darren Wilson’s case is the 21st Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri. That means the power to appoint a special prosecutor is held by Maura McShane, the Presiding Judge of the 21st Circuit.

  5. This is revenge by the Ferguson pd in targeting Michael Brown’s step dad. They refuse to indict DW but go after the step dad. The viciousness displayed by Jeff Roorda towards the NFL players shows how deep the contempt is against the Brown Family and protesters on the ground.

    • Ametia says:

      and the mediais going right along with Ferguson PD and their so-called leadership. Since PBO & AG Holder have spoken about the fuckery going there,

      They are doubling down on their filth. Trying to distract by turning on the step dad and anyone who dare call out their hateful displays of bigotry and coldness.

      They want us all to shut up and keep moving along. They do not want change or to change their ways of thinking and operating.

  6. Breaking News: Michael Brown’s step dad under investigation for starting a riot on the night the Grand Jury decision was announced.

    • Ametia says:

      How about indicting killer cop Darren Wilson.

      Blacks rioting seems to be the new crime, while killer cops get millions to kill black boys and men.


  7. rikyrah says:

    We Be Du Bois @eclecticbrotha
    Broken record ass motherfuckers be like:
    1. “BHO needs to say/do something”
    [BHO says/does something]
    2. “We don’t like what BHO said/did”

  8. rikyrah says:

    Sheryl Kaye @SherylKaye_
    AG Holder to protesters: “Let me be clear. I ain’t mad at you.
    7:43 PM – 1 Dec 2014

  9. Breaking: Ferguson Activists Meet with President Obama to Demand an End to Police Brutality Nationwide


    It has been one week since a St. Louis County grand jury failed to indict Officer Darren Wilson for shooting Michal Brown, an unarmed teenager, six times in the head, chest and arms. Communities nationwide have responded to the miscarriage of justice by carrying out more than 150 sustained, coordinated and intense protest actions that show no signs of letting up. Primarily led by young people of color, the continued sit-ins, highway shutdowns and walkouts have commanded the White House’s attention.

    Today President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Eric Holder met with seven Black and Latino organizers – from Ferguson, Mo.; Columbus, Ohio; Miami, Florida; and New York City – who have been leading some of the ongoing actions to disrupt a status quo that is intolerable.

    “The president requested this meeting because this is a movement that cannot be ignored,” said Ashley Yates, a co-founder of the St. Louis-based organization, Millennial Activists United. “We have two sets of laws in America – one for young Black and Brown people, and one for the police. We are sick and tired of our lives not mattering, and our organized movement will not relent until we see justice.”

    The young leaders conveyed the experience of a traumatized community in Ferguson, where police have terrorized peaceful protesters with pointed guns, rubber bullets, chemical agents, bean bags and menacing threats. They further discussed the routine harassment and violence that many police departments inflict on countless communities of color across America, and their demands for the federal government to hold police departments that use excessive force accountable.

  10. rikyrah says:

    TheObamaDiary.com @TheObamaDiary
    We saw the video, #TamirRice was executed by a cop & there’s hardly a word about it from media

    Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse
    8:13 AM – 1 Dec 2014

  11. Can Bill Kristol be anymore stupid? He wants a body cam on President Obama as he meets with Civil Rights leaders. LOL to keep from crying.

    • Liza says:

      “The Klan told everyone there would be consequences for testifying against Darren Wilson… ”

      Another reason why I keep saying the solution to these problems is going to have to start at the the federal level. Same as the 60s. The Klan is full of cowards.

    • Kathleen says:

      Have no words for this. Did mainslime media report this I wonder?

  12. rikyrah says:

    Pretty Foot @PrettyFootWoman
    White ClevelandCops: We’re Treated Too Harshly When We Shoot Black People/File racial discrimination suit/http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/white-cleveland-cops-sue-racial-discrimination … #TamirRice
    10:44 AM – 1 Dec 2014

    • Ametia says:

      Now what are the RACIST white folks & the systemic racist institutions going to do?

      What steps are they taking to release their racism, bigotry, prejudices?

    • Liza says:

      Finally, a good decision from the NFL.

      The St. Louis Police Officer’s Association might take a look at the demographics of the Rams’ roster the next time they make such a request. Or the roster of any NFL team.

      Cop organizations think they are all-powerful, that they have influence that far exceeds what they really have, and that they deserve all kinds of respect they haven’t earned. It takes a lot of nerve to make this request of the NFL, in my opinion.

  13. The NFL told Jeff Roorda & the STLPOA to stand on train tracks. There will be no discipline for Rams players. SHHHHHADE …


  14. rikyrah says:

    No Justice No Peace @drumbeats4peace

    Excellent quotes from the @stlouisrams players why Hands Up was important to them. Time for change they say. http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6245294

  15. rikyrah says:

    David Johns @MrDavidJohns

    “Thank you, Jeff Roorda, for confirming that STL police feel threatened by black men with their hands up” #Ferguson @HeatherT2311

  16. rikyrah says:

    Phillygirl1441 @Phillygirl1441

    The same people who are saying,”except the #Ferguson verdict” are the same people who will not except that Potus was born in the US, so…..

  17. rikyrah says:

    Alexis @MusicOverPeople

    My grandpa ended the phone call with me to say, “You have NO idea how deep racism lies [within the police force].”

  18. rikyrah says:

    PragmaticObotsUnite @PragObots

    #Ferguson discussions that focus on PBO and not #McCulloch, Nixon or Knowles are being used to deflect & distract #StayWoke #BlackTwitter

  19. rikyrah says:

    Rude Black Pundit @EthanObama

    @PragObots @MichaelEDyson Dyson is a linguistic minstrel show to white people. Playing the violent at the white man’s dinner party.
    Retweeted by PragmaticObotsUnite

    • rikyrah says:

      A. J. Jones @BishopJones51

      As if Pres @BarackObama doesn’t have enough haters & attackers in @GOP & white media, he then has @MichaelEDyson to attack him in @nytimes

  20. rikyrah says:

    PragmaticObotsUnite @PragObots

    Ironic that Lisa Bloom is holding #McCulloch more accountable than Blackademics & Black Twitter “activists”. #BlackTwitter

  21. rikyrah says:

    Matt Pearce ✔ @mattdpearce

    Rep. Jeffrey Roorda was also fired from a police department in 2001 after accusations he’d made false statements: http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-ferguson-officer-fundraisers-20140831-story.html

  22. rikyrah says:

    norah mackenzie @NorahMackenzie

    @PragObots yes funny thing that – how no one is getting angry that jay nixon or claire mc etc for their part in ferguson but blaming pres

  23. Hey Chicas! Jeff Roorda mad because the Rams players showed solidarity with Ferguson.


  24. rikyrah says:

    Nerdy Wonka @NerdyWonka
    Chris Rock: Question isn’t why they shoot so many Black kids…real question is how come you never shoot white kids? http://www.cbsnews.com/news/q-a-chris-rock/
    6:24 PM – 30 Nov 2014

  25. rikyrah says:

    Michael Skolnik ✔ @MichaelSkolnik
    Letter to Mike Brown’s mother from @MHarrisPerry is one of the most powerful things I’ve ever witnessed: http://on.msnbc.com/1trRUfE #Nerdland RT
    11:59 AM – 30 Nov 2014

  26. rikyrah says:

    DesignDiva @lele_lisa
    Let’s not forget that OH is an open carry state. Unless you’re an AA on a swing set or in the toy aisle at Walmart. #TamirRice #JohnCrawford
    10:16 PM – 23 Nov 2014

  27. rikyrah says:

    CNN Guests Go At It Over Ferguson: ‘Don’t Call Me Ma’am!’
    by Andrew Desiderio | 12:23 pm, November 30th, 2014

    CNN guests Elon James White and Crystal Wright joined Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter to discuss whether white people “get” what happened in Ferguson. Stelter lamented the fact that there seem to be two different conversations about race occurring today — referring it to “white news, black news,” a spinoff of his usual segment “red news, blue news.” The conversation then turned into a fiery debate over whether black-on-black crime is a bigger problem than police violence against black people.


  28. rikyrah says:

    Propane Jane @docrocktex26
    They’re basically just calling police because they don’t trust Black ppl in their midst, and their irrational fear is clearly contagious.

    Propane Jane @docrocktex26
    Prejudiced people irrationally fearing Black people is what prompted the 911 calls that resulted in Trayvon, Tamir, and John being killed.
    7:14 PM – 29 Nov 2014

    • Ametia says:

      Can only IMAGINE what would happen if a flurry of 911 calls from thousands of black citizens went out to cops about “scary” white people!

      See how this works, folks?!

      • racerrodig says:

        That’s one of the things I said should be happening……calls aplenty and cameras rolling. Fight fire with a nuke…….

  29. rikyrah says:

    Propane Jane @docrocktex26
    African-American man stopped by Michigan cop for walking with his hands in his pockets http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/11/african-american-man-stopped-by-michigan-cop-for-walking-with-his-hands-in-his-pockets/#.VHpsODONBmo.twitter … Black + cold = suspect.
    Propane Jane @docrocktex26
    While we’re focusing on the cops, let’s not forget about the paranoid White civilians who can’t help but call 911 on their Black neighbors.
    7:04 PM – 29 Nov 2014

  30. rikyrah says:

    I needed an escape.

    I needed to see a Black man dispensing justice.

    So, I went to see The Equalizer.

    Enjoyed every phucking minute of the movie.

  31. Ametia says:

    Say what?! Barack Obama has made race relations worse by, by, by…


  32. Ametia says:

    White Like Me
    by Saturday Night Live 5:31 mins

    Eddie Murphy goes on an undercover mission like no other.

  33. Everything Lizz Brown told us about Bob McCulloch and Governor Jay Nixon is being played out right before our eyes. Stay woke, folks!

    • Ametia says:

      Nice! Now when folks roll up in Bob McColloch, Jay Nixion, and Clarie McCaskill’s offices, LET THEM PUT UP THEIR HANDS, because they’re GUILTY

  34. Ametia says:

    One witness who didn’t see MB Jr. with his hands up happens to be the KEY WITNESS?


    • Ametia says:

      How about an INDICTMENT of Darren Wilson.

      So far, Darren Wilson excecuting Michael Brown Jr. has garned him millions, between donations and tv appearances.

      I hope Leslie McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr. SUE Darren Wilson, since he finds it necessary to make $ off their son, Michael Borwn Jr.’s killing.


      • I hope they SUE him to the knees.

      • racerrodig says:

        I read that the civil lawsuit will be filed very soon and I’ll look for the link. He’ll lose that one. His comments about Mike being a demon won’t sit with anyone on a jury. AND all the witnesses and evidence get in. Since it’s a preponderance of the evidence and not a reasonable doubt, he’s done.

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