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Five different felony suspects go free because of Ferguson mob


Five different felony cases have been dropped because it is too dangerous for Darren Wilson to come to court to testify.

Essentially, this is exactly what the Ferguson mobs wants. For blacks to be able to commit crimes with impunity.

From Riverfront Times…

St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Bob McCulloch dismissed five pending felony court cases Wednesday because they depend on testimony from Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

Wilson is a key witness in the five cases, which cannot continue without his testimony.

Wilson, who fatally shot unarmed teen Michael Brown on August 9 and set off weeks of protests and backlash against police, has been in hiding since the shooting. Wilson, who is on paid administrative leave, emerged briefly to testify in Clayton to the grand jury investigating Brown’s death, but he was not seen in public.

Of the 4,200 felony cases pending in the circuit court of St. Louis County, Wilson was a witness in ten, according to the prosecutor’s office. Of those ten, Wilson was an “indispensable witness” in only five, all of which have since been dismissed.

The five cases where Wilson played a minor role will continue without Wilson as a witness.