If you remember, Michael Brown was shot and killed by officer Daryl Wilson in Ferguson, MO, in 2014, effectively starting the Black Lives Matter protests.
The former prosecutor took the case to a grand jury, which did not indict Wilson, because while Brown’s hands were up, he was also charging toward the officer.
A new prosecutor, Wesley Bell, who replaced the former in a Democratic Primary based largely on the failure to secure an indictment, reopened the investigation, and while he hedged his comments, also declined to prosecute.
BLM is not amused.
It’s really going to hit the fan when Chauvin is found not guilty in George Floyd’s death.