posted on Nov, 28 2014 @ 06:14 PM
originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: smurfy
The chief did nothing at all to help any aspect of this situation, and in fact only made it worse. He was absolutely out of his depth in every
possible way. Honestly I think everybody above Wilson (not including him is my point) is to blame for this fiasco.
Telling the truth as you know has nothing to do with helping a situation, truth often hurts. Sometimes the law doesn't care, other times it's FFS
don't say that, while the reality is that often many local people already know the real event, and not the official version. It happened here, a
local, let's say town police commander sat on a sectarian murder for years even though those responsible were known to him,as well as everybody and
their granny, did it keep the peace? yes up to a point, but made matters worse in the long run. My point is was Chief Jackson telling the truth or was
If he was, deal with it, while taking into account the actual reason for the press conference on the video, which was about the robbery that Michael
Brown committed. Why did he sit on the video? was it because he understood that the robbery and the eventual Michael Brown's killing would make
everything done and dusted legal, while he knew that officer Wilson did not know about the robbery?
It is also quite clear that the second video with the prosecutors statement says that officer Wilson heard the details about the robbery and a
description of the suspect along with the Cigarillo's in hand is a mile away from what Chief Jackson said in middle August, which is quite clear to
the press once they asked their questions, and that was reported on correctly as given. So someone is not telling the truth including Wilson, and
everybody is suspect in the absence of a correction of official statements made. Ad Hominum on Chief Jackson without the wherewithal counts for
edit on 28-11-2014 by smurfy because: Text.