This also came out today in the news. "CLAYTON • St. Louis County prosecutors are investigating a social media post that claimed to have inside
information from the grand jury investigating the Aug. 9 shooting of Michael Brown.
“I know someone sitting on the grand jury of this case There isn’t enough at this point to warrant an arrest,” a person using the Twitter handle
@thesusannichols claimed at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday during a conversation about the case."
Or they're not very bright. Using their real name (most likely) and photograph to say something like that. This is why social networks and platforms
freak me out. Because most people know their real names will be seen along with their statements, there's a bit of accountability. A bit. Most people
know the consequences but choose to ignore it or don't think anything will happen. S + F
Thanks for posting a easier version. I am from STL so I look at the Post Dispatch online. I do not do google searches to find out how the rest of
the country is viewing the situation. It is very unique that people are judging the situation when none of the "facts" have been verified.
Everything that has been said is either rumor or eyewitness accounts. Unfortunately, eye witness accounts can be heavily influenced by one's own
This is no different than the "Josie" story. Remember, the lady who called a radio talk show and said she knew Officer Wilson and gave his side of
the story. An anonymous voice, no credibility. In fact, the tweet might be from the same "Josie".
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