posted on Aug, 16 2014 @ 07:03 PM
As a non American I assume in America receiving a fair trial is a Constitutional Right.
At this point, isn't it impossible for Officer Darren Wilson to receive a fair trial, and thus breaking his Constitutional Right?
let me elaborate.
It has come to the point that the people of Ferguson, generally the African-American community want justice, and they want it now. Due to their
actions and the events that have transpired, the police and the TPTB in the State and city are going to want to give it to them. Lets be honest there
is no way they are going to accept anything else other than "justice" and "justice" in their eyes is that Officer Darren Wilson is guilty, no
question, no debate. is simply as justice = Officer Darren Wilson arrested, charged and convicted; they are not interested in a trial.
But lets be honest, we do not know what happened. We were not there. the ONLY person who is aware of what transpired in its entirety is Officer Darren
Wilson. Yes there are witnesses, but are we foolish enough to believe that every witness is going to tell the truth, or whose statement is perfectly
accurate? especially now!! - Imagine if you were a witness who witnessed something against Brown, would you want to come out and say it, knowing the
community will crucify you, or accuse you of being paid off?
I think no matter what Officer Darren Wilson is going to be arrested, charged and convicted, regardless of what happened.Why? Simply because the ONLY
way this will ever be made OK, according to the community is justice, but not justice if that means Officer Darren Wilson is innocent.
therefore, I think it is impossible for him to have an impartial and fair trial, thus breaking his Constitutional Right of a fair trial.