Surveying the evidence released by various sources, it seems probable that the grand jury will not indict Officer Darren Wilson, the man who shot and killed African-American teen Michael Brown. Quoting anonymous sources, the “hacktivist” group Anonymous has released a statement [full text via theblaze.com after the jump] confirming that likelihood. “Darren Wilson will NOT be indicted on ANY charges related to the murder of Mike Brown,” the statement reads. “All local police Chiefs and jail commanders have been notified to begin preparing for major civil unrest. Governor Nixon . . . has ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin preparations for a possible re-enstatement [sic] of the martial law.” Makes sense to me. You?
Last night we announced that we have received over the past several days a series of leaks from two separate and unrelated sources regarding the long awaited Grand Jury decision regarding the murder of Mike Brown by Ferguson PD Officer Darren Wilson. In our opinion after careful analysis the sources are reliable, and the information we are about to reveal is true. Both sources are government employees with access to both internal government as well as confidential police communications. For reasons of safety we will not be revealing anything further on either our sources or the material leaked to us. The following is a synopses of the leaked information:
On or about November 10, 2014 the Grand Jury decision will be announced. Darren Wilson will NOT be indicted on ANY charges related to the murder of Mike Brown. All local police Chiefs and jail commanders have been notified to begin preparing for major civil unrest. Governor Nixon has been notified of the impending announcement and has ordered the Missouri National Guard to begin preparations for a possible re-enstatement of the martial law that was declared at the beginning of the Ferguson protests.
As additional evidence that neither the State nor Federal authorities intend any legal action against Darren Wilson for the murder of Mike Brown, one of our sources has provided a very intriguing close up glimpse of Darren Wilson – his current where abouts and lifestyle.
It has been reported that Wilson hasn’t been seen in public since the shooting in August.
Brown’s autopsy reportedly supported claims that there was a “significant altercation at the car” prior to the deadly shooting. Judy Melinek, a forensic pathologist in San Francisco, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that she didn’t think the autopsy supported claims that Brown was shot while surrendering with his hands up.
Further, a toxicology report also showed that Brown had tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC, in his blood and urine.