We haven't forgotten Michael Brown. It’s time to show solidarity and stand united against the guilty system.
August 9, 2016, marks a two-year anniversary of the brutal murder of Michael Brown, an 18-year old teenager, who was shot dead by white police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, MO.
Despite the fact, that several witness reports proved that Michael Brown was facing Wilson with his hands up when shots were fired, the grand Jury decided not to indict the killer cop. Every single witness statement that pointed to Wilsons’ guilt was determined to be NOT credible. Grand jury decided to cover Wilson up instead of filling criminal charges against him!
Two years have passed since the shooting of Michael Brown. Nothing has changed. We don’t see a law enforcement reform. We don’t see an increase of transparency. All we see is growing numbers of innocent black people murdered by police.
It’s time to show solidarity and stand united against the guilty system.
Justice MUST be served!