Holder: "Extraordinary circumstances" surrounding Brown's shooting dictated that the feds conduct their own probe
Why Do Black Leaders Have Preconceived Notions of Guilt When the Races Exchange Roles?
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If at first you don’t succeed, try - oops; not that one, but it’s very close. The one I’m thinking of when I heard that the cavalry, in the form of two black leaders, not Black Panthers, although that group are certainly present at this roasting; but these warriors heard that a young black boy got shot by a white policeman during the riots in Ferguson, suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, and they’re here to make sure some white cop gets not necessarily fair but equal treatment.
But wait; fair and equal? How can that be? The cop was not looting and part of the general mayhem prevalent in the scene of the action; only the black boy. And yes, the young black boy was seen and videotaped with a box of expensive cigars in his hand when leaving a store that had been looted.
That’s ridiculous, you say; boys are too small to smoke cigars. Not this boy, he could be a backup for an offensive lineman on an NFL football team well over 275 pounds and standing six feet four inches tall, literally, a giant of a man, er, boy. But they got him on tape menacing a normal-sized store owner who was trying to recover the stolen property from the looters who were leaving the store. BIG BOY was last out and made sure the owner didn’t follow them.
Oh, now I remember; it was a quote by Albert Einstein’s definition of ‘Insanity’ which is: “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” In this case, there had already been two autopsies performed on the huge man, er, boy, in which the rioters, including the Black Panthers and the two black cavalry riders, namely Obama and Holder, were disappointed in the conclusions which did not OFFICIALLY condemn the police officer.
So what does a black U.S. President, a black U.S. Attorney General and a black population of a black community do, then? Why, of course - order the execution of the white police officer, excuse me, the third enactment of the procedures which are called autopsies. Surely, as some pundits are saying, the third time is the charm; it can’t fail. Their methods got Obama reelected even when some towns had more votes for him even when they had LESS actual residents in the town.
So what does a black U.S. President, a black U.S. Attorney General and a black population of a black community do then? Why, of course - order the execution of the white police officer
So, you see, SOME things can just BE DONE. Remember the definition of insanity up above? Wink, wink. Hell, they almost got everyone to believe that the bullet exit wounds on the victim’s back were bullet ENTRY wounds, so it’s possible. Isn’t it? Wink, wink. And the additional oversight of two such luminaries as the POTUS and AGUS should be enough to close that case.
In a “libertyunyielding” staff report of August 18, 2014, it was stated that “Holder orders third autopsy of Michael Brown” by saying, “Maybe this time around Attorney General Eric Holder will find evidence that confirms his preconception of how Michael Brown (aka one of “his people”) met his end on the streets of a St. Louis suburb.”
If all goes Holder’s (and by automatic agreement, POTUS’) way, then the definition of insanity will have been confirmed, and I am certain that in spite of the other two autopsies lack of any substantive conclusionary evidence, it will be declared the choice by affirmation of the POTUS and the AGUS. Which in my estimation will be GOOFUS.
The most logical conclusion to accept should be that of the second autopsy conductor, Dr. Michael M. Baden, a board-certified forensic pathologist who has conducted other autopsies in other celebrated operations, including former President John F. Kennedy. Baden gives a good explanation for the placement of certain wounds in various parts of Brown’s body.
The LU Staff states that in a statement Sunday, August 17, 2014, AG Holder said the “extraordinary circumstances” surrounding Brown’s shooting dictated that the feds conduct their own probe. And if Justice’s autopsy fails to show that Brown was a victim of over-the-top police brutality?
Well I guess it’s back to square one. Then perhaps Holder will explain in more detail what he meant by the “extraordinary circumstances” of Brown’s shooting.
Which is why Holder has ordered a third autopsy. In a statement Sunday, the AG said the “extraordinary circumstances” surrounding Brown’s shooting dictated that the feds conduct their own probe. And if Justice’s autopsy fails to show that Brown was a victim of over-the-top police brutality?
There’s always tomorrow and a fourth autopsy.