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Ferguson's Official Criminals Running For Cover: Judge, City Manager and Police Chief Resign — What About The Prosecutor?

Attorney General Holder seems to have played the same game with Ferguson's racist criminals as he has with Wall Street's criminals: Let them all go free.  Numerous Wall Street criminals stole tens of billions of dollars and smashed the global economy — Holder let them pay "settlements" and refused to indict any of them. Holder didn't indict any of the criminals in Ferguson either. Instead, they have simply resigned or in some cases, were allowed to keep their jobs.  Will any of the blacks who were harassed, beaten or jailed by this cabal of criminals get to go home from jail? Will any of them get back any of the millions they paid out in bogus fines and fees?—Ronald David Jackson


Squad of Racist Criminals: Starting from the far left - City Manager John Shaw, Police Chief Thomas Jackson, Judge
Roy  Richter, and Prosecutor Robert P. McCulloch. Shaw presided over the operation that used bogus fines and fees to
make money off of Ferguson's black residents; Jackson helped cover up Michael Brown's murder and leaked a video of Brown stealing cigars claiming that members of the press demanded it (they all said they didn't), Richter concocted the scheme of inflicting the punishing regime of fines and fees against Fergerson's black residents, McCulloch used a
variety of tactics during the grand jury hearings to make sure killer cop Darren Wilson was not indicted, including
placing a known racist psycho in front of the grand jury knowing she would tell lies in favor of Darren Wilson.
McCulloch has yet to resign.

Judge Resigns, Ferguson cases moved after scathing DOJ report


By Holly Yan and Jennifer Feldman
Ferguson's municipal judge has resigned and the city's court cases are getting moved after the U.S. Justice Department said the court discriminated against African-Americans.
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"To help restore public trust and confidence in the Ferguson municipal court division, the Supreme Court of Missouri today transferred Judge Roy L. Richter of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, to the St. Louis County Circuit Court, where he will be assigned to hear all of Ferguson's pending and future municipal division cases," the Supreme Court said in a statement Monday.
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"Extraordinary action is warranted in Ferguson, but the court also is examining reforms that are needed on a statewide basis," Chief Justice Mary R. Russell said in the statement.

The announcement came the same day Municipal Court Judge Ronald Brockmeyer resigned as Ferguson's judge.

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Ferguson Police Chief Resigns

By Yamiche Alcindor
Embattled Ferguson, Mo., Police Chief Thomas Jackson, whose department received scathing criticism from the Justice Department for racially biased policing, will resign March 19, city officials said.
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Jackson, 57, becomes the third top city official to leave following the Justice Department's investigation that found systemic racial bias by police and court officials. Judge Ronald Brockmeyer and City Manager John Shaw resigned earlier this week.

Lt. Col. Al Eickhoff will serve ask acting chief until the city completes a nationwide search for a new police chief, the city said in a press release. Jackson will receive a severance payment and health insurance for one year.

That Justice Department's review found Ferguson Police Department engaged in a broad pattern of racially biased enforcement that permeated the city's justice system, including the use of unreasonable force against African American suspects. The report also criticized the city's municipal court system.

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Ferguson City Manager Resigns After Critical DOJ Report


By Dana Ford
Ferguson City Manager John Shaw resigned Tuesday in the wake of a scathing Justice Department report.
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The report blames Ferguson, Missouri, police and courts for abusive behavior that disproportionately targets African-American residents.

"Over the last several months I have done everything in my power to work with countless groups to bring about positive change and strengthen our community," Shaw wrote in his resignation letter.

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Shaw's resignation was announced the same day the City Council voted 7-0 on a mutual separation agreement with Shaw.

Residents elect City Council members, who in turn appoint the city manager. The city manager directs and supervises all city departments, including the Police Department.

Along with other officials, Shaw was heavily criticized by the Justice Department report, which found that authorities in Ferguson frequently saw residents as "sources of revenue."

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Ferguson Prosecutor Should Have Been Indicted for Putting A Known Psycho and Liar before the Grand Jury which Failed to Indict Cop Who Killed Michael Brown

Witness told grand jury that Michael Brown "ran toward the police officer like a football player." She wasn't even there. She was mentally disturbed and known for posting racist comments on YouTube and Facebook. She even helped raise money for the officer — a clear conflict of interest.  The prosecutor must have known these facts, but he placed the "witness" before the grand jury anyway — to back up the police officer's claim of self-defense.


Prosecutor Robert P. McCulloch: A fraud who placed a mentally disturbed racist (who
wasn't even there when the killing of Michale Brown took place) before the grand jury in
an effort to make sure a killer cop was not indicted for the murder of Michael Brown.





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