Methinks Robert McCulloch doth protest too much

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Good morning:

Prosecutor Robert McCulloch’s angry, defensive and crazy rant last night criticizing the media and the internet for allegedly whipping up public support for charging Darren Wilson with a crime for killing an unarmed Michael Brown raising his hands in the universal sign of surrender proved beyond doubt that he is unfit to hold the office of Prosecuting Attorney for St.Louis County.

He believed all along that Wilson was justified in killing Michael Brown and should not have been charged. His obvious bias in favor of Wilson, when considered together with the unlawful release of information that was presented in secret to the grand jury, reveals that Wilson did not need a lawyer because McCulloch was his staunchest defender.

Little wonder that Wilson, the cop who refused to fill out an offense report about the shooting, decided to waive his right to remain silent and testify before the grand jury.

The outcome was rigged from Day One and has no legitimacy.

Look at these photographs of the diminutive Wilson, who is 6’4″ and 210 pounds.

Notice in particular the incredibly nasty suborbital eye socket fracture.

The secret reverse star-chamber proceeding seasoned with selective leaks cooked up by McCulloch should be universally condemned.

66 Responses to Methinks Robert McCulloch doth protest too much

  1. Malisha says:

    To me, McCullogh has just enabled the next police murder of a Black kid. Killson is only guilty of the LAST one. But the prosecutor is guilty of the NEXT ONE because he has enabled it. It is clear to me that he won’t ever feel a gram of guilt, either, because like Killson (and they protect each other because they are like each other) he has no conscience. Killson did know that his story was made up and that he was not in danger. He did know that he killed because he was pissed off (probably about something that had happened earlier that day that made him feel a bit limp); but now, he no longer “knows” any of that because he and his sort (like McCullogh) believe their own lies shortly after they make them up.

    • so jaded says:

      @Melissa, this is nothing new. Child killer knew he would get away with it. That is why he did not file incident report. The beg site phenomenon scares me. Too profitable.

  2. Sleuth says:

    I surely hope and pray Attorney’s Benjamin Crump, Anthony Gray, etc. file a civil lawsuit against Officer Lyin Killson Child Killer before that half a million raised on his beg site goes into hiding,

  3. Sleuth says:

    With all this continuous coverage of looters burning down “their own businesses”, where in MSM has it been proven that any of those businesses are owned by African-Americans? Or, are the looters presumed to be non-African Americans?

    Any interviews with African-Americans stating their businesses were looted and/or burned down?

  4. owl says:

    my favorite story line in these matters is “paid administrative leave”. good times! a marriage, and time for a honeymoon. what next? an all expenses paid /benefit sojourn into permanent “disability” status? after all, that’s the usual course of action.

  5. Sleuth says:

    You will not believe (yes, you will) Officer Child Killer told George Stephanlofalos (?) he has no regrets about the murder of Michael Brown, and that his conscious is clear with the matter.

    Officer Child Killer has no conscious to clear, and is nothing more than another reprobate mind taking up space on earth’s plane.

    Yeah, I’ll bet Satan’s conscious is clear too.

  6. Malisha says:

    Whoever thought I would run out of names after “Fogen”? Now we have to find a “forget his name” for Wilson. I’m thinking Pigson. Nah, too simple. And I always forget his name anyway! I have to remind myself every time, and hardly ever get it right. Kill-son. Lyin Killson? Anybody? Weigh in with a better name — I have writer’s block.

  7. Sleuth says:

    ABC announced George Stephanapholas (?) will be interviewing Officer Child Killer.

    • Malisha says:

      Yeah? How come not Hannity?

      • Sleuth says:

        Not sure, except while watching CNN (I think) while at my doctor’s office this afternoon, something was mentioned about tuning in tonight to watch somebody named Kelly at 9.m. and Hannity at 10p.m. regarding Officer Child Killer.

        I’ve never tuned in to whoever Kelly is, or Hannity. The only time I’ve ever seen Hannity was the interview he had with McSnitch (fogen).

  8. Malisha says:

    According to a federal case in Missouri (Willis v. Cool),

    a public official is liable under § 1983 only if he causes a person to be deprived of a right secured by the Constitution. Baker v. McCollan, 443 U.S. at 142, 99 S.Ct. at 2693.

    To establish a claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 two elements must exist. First, the plaintiff must have suffered the deprivation of federally protected rights, privileges, or immunities as the result of action taken…. Second, such deprivation must have been caused by a person acting under color of state law.
    Triplett v. Azordegan, 570 F.2d 819, 822 (8th Cir. 1978) (citations omitted).

    How I would love to see every person in St. Louis County whose income is below the poverty line (and thus who would be able to initiate a lawsuit without paying a fee) sue McCulloch for damages for having deprived that citizen of his/her right to equal protection of laws, by perverting the grand jury to make it into an unlawful and counter-productive exercise in obstruction of justice.

    Oh my I would love love LOOOOOOOOOVE to see that. 37, 83, 194, 244, 319, 415 different lawsuits, each from a citizen who was represented (badly) by the prosecutor who malpracticed and who deliberately violated the spirit and the LETTER of the law as it applies to law enforcement.

  9. so jaded says:

    D.w. came out as a big f—–g winner. He gets to pocket over $400grand for killing unarmed youth. He will forever b memorialized by racist throughout the world. Heck d.w. websites selling memorabilia will mushroom online.

    • Malisha says:

      I find myself hoping some crazed person whose doctor predicts a quick fatality from an intractable illness disposes of Wilson. I find myself hoping that another such person, wowed by the attention the first one got, goes and takes care of McCullogh. And these are thoughts that even I HATE. Ugh. How disgusting this whole thing is, how poor, how obvious, how undeniable. Filthy. Such a stench. And we lecture the governments and the other abusers throughout the world, we act like our drones are golden fingers of god because we are just and right and free and they are evildoers. We are so disgusting. Hypocrites! Disgusting.

      They do wrong in Syria? In the West Bank? In Yemen? In Sudan? They do wrong in Pakistan and India and China? They do wrong in Ukraine? In the Balkans? WHO ARE WE?

      • so jaded says:

        U.S. has no write to lecture to the world the merits of democracy. I just read some stats that state police violence is highest in U.S. than other cou tries. Chances of being killed by police 100x less in Great Britain. I tell my kids after college get the he’ll out. Heck I also read that although blacks are more likely killed by white cops that white privilege is does not protect whites. Utah is 80% white and yet police violence is the 2nd highest cause of death. Drug and gang violence is 3rd. Yet most americans love their police….

      • Two sides to a story says:

        Indeed. I am shamed by America. This was a whitewash on so many different levels, it is frightening.

  10. girlp says:

    The cover up is so obvious you’d think they would come up with something better than this….another murder with little boo boo’s

  11. Greg Beasley says:

    Huffington Post just reported that the witness who claimed Brown rushed Officer Wilson had written racist journal entries.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/25/michael-brown-witness_n_6216366.html

    • PhillyBoyRoy says:

      That’s nice and all, but you see, the gal could have said, “I hate blacks, I saw Mike Brown surrendering” and it wouldn’t have mattered.

      This was a sham “trial” put on by racist right wingers in Democrats’ clothing.

      • Malisha says:

        It wasn’t even a trial; they wouldn’t LET him have a trial because they were worried that, like Dunn, he might have gotten convicted. If it were still Fogendays, they would have gone the path of Corey and charged him and helped the prosecutor and defense work together to get him off publicly. They can’t trust their own theater any more; the audience might not remain silent.

        • Two sides to a story says:

          It’s seems typical for cops who are indicted to be exonerated by juries through lukewarm presentations by prosecutors, as in the case of Kelly Thomas’s murderers in Fullerton, CA, and that case was far more clearcut than Darren Wilson’s.

  12. Malisha says:

    OK, let’s say that the FBI can determine that Witness-40 (hereinafter referred to as “CLFB”) was NOT there and that the “diary” account of the August 9 incidents was essentially a fraud upon the court. Would that not tend to invalidate the proceedings? Since there was no way to cross-examine her on the authenticity of her “diary” and since it was kept secret until after it was used, it would seem to me that the use of such tainted trash (from a tainted trasher) would have to invite scrutiny and condemnation of the proceedings.

    • Scrutiny and condemnation, yes squared.

      But the only remedy is to present the case to a new grand jury, in secret, or file an information and McCulloch isn’t going to do that.

      There is no statute of limitations for murder, so his eventual successor could reopen the case.

      Jeopardy doesn’t attach to a no-bill, so the Double Jeopardy Clause will not prevent a future prosecution of Darren Wilson.

      • Greg Beasley says:

        Couldn’t the feds charge him with homicide under a federal statute as well even if the State doesn’t indict him? I’m confused as to when they can do that.

        • No, the feds do not have jurisdiction over murders unless they are committed on federal land, a federal official is killed or the murder is a racial hate crime or to violate a person’s civil rights.

          • Greg Beasley says:

            He definitely violated Brown’s civil rights by shooting at him while he was fleeing and also when he turned around to surrender. Feds should charge Wilson but I don’t think they have the guts.

            Here is a song by The Offspring about L.A.P.D. racial violence:

          • Another likely lie by Wilson: he denied shooting at Brown while Brown was running away.

            He fired 12 shots.

  13. sparger says:

    Did the jury hear from witness 40 or read their dairy?

  14. Malisha says:

    As soon as you read that Witness-40 decided to drive to Florissant to learn how to not hate and fear African Americans, you have to know that this was crafted by some redneck idiot to help the prosecutor bless the murder of a disposable human. Nobody, even a dumb somebody, would come up with that reason to go driving into a neighborhood. What then? Alight from your car and start asking folks how it feels to be black even though they did something wrong 40 years ago? A famous use for the double positive: “YEAH, RIGHT!”

    • concernedczen says:

      Witness 40 is undoubtedly one of DW’s friends or friend of a friend. She gives great insight into what type of dumb racist waste of space DW is

      • Malisha says:

        I’m guessing she’s either the one who called in on the radio introducing the “bum-rush” meme or someone suborned by her.

    • bettykath says:

      A white woman who thinks of Blacks as n…..s would never, ever drive alone into a Black neighborhood on purpose and would be scared shxtless if she ended up there by mistake.

      • Two sides to a story says:

        Utterly crazy to think that the black, middle-class neighborhood that Mike Brown lived in was dangerous. Holy smokes.

  15. concernedczen says:

    looks like the FBI also thinks “witness 40” is a liar and was never a witness to the shooting

    Jeremy Kohler ‏@jeremykohler · 23m23 minutes ago  St Louis, MO
    1 witness had been posting racist stuff online & raising money for Wilson. Came in to FBI w/ detailed account of Brown charging Wilson. 1/2

    Jeremy Kohler @jeremykohler
    · 25m 25 minutes ago
    The FBI pointed out there were no videos of the witness’ car at Canfield and her story of how she got in/out did not make sense. 2/

    • Malisha says:

      But I didn’t realize she had to make sense so long as she was carrying the laboring oar for the defense team. Surely the five-year-old who killed Hulk Hogan didn’t make sense. Notice, “the little guy grabbed [cop’s] leg”? He … wait a minute … he … HUH?

      • Bill Taylor says:

        grabbed his leg through a CLOSED DOOR even……..her diary is 100% BS………..NOBODY has ever awakened one day and said i need to go to a black area so i can stop calling blacks niggers!…..that has NEVER happened EVER……like taylor swift said that aint NEVER EVER gonna happen.

  16. Sleuth says:

    The prosecutor also was critical of the media, saying:

    “the most significant challenge” for his office was a “24-hour news cycle and an insatiable appetite for something — for anything — to talk about.”

    Yeah, like those leaks reported by the St. Louis Dispatch and other news organizations which came directly from McColored & Co.

    The very things McColored enumerated during his 45 minutes of babble where basically the same information leaked to the press.

    Anybody else noticed?

    • Bill Taylor says:

      YES, it was like he was reading a script of the “leaks”….also it is incredible how wilsons story so closely matches witnesses in SOME areas(almost as if he heard their claims BEFORE he made up his story)…….he clearly admits “when i grabbed him”….why did you grab him?

      • a2nite says:

        Because the DA/cop used the media for leaks & to gather info. “Worse than zhole’s” story had to be created to fit most of the other witnesses

      • Sleuth says:

        Bill, what you’re so right on point regarding how much of the testimony of the earlier witnesses seem to be in total alignment with the story that Officer Child Killer fabricated along the way.

        If you’ll remember, Chief Jackson mentioned that Officer Child Killer was about 35 feet/yards away from the victim he executed, ONLY AFTER Piaget Crenshaw mentioned it in her initial interview.

        But even more interesting, the photos of his fabricated injuries are in accord with what was first reported by Dorian Johnson who had know prior knowledge of the photos of Officer Child Killer’s “non injuries”.

  17. racerrodig says:

    Here’s another problem……

    “When I grabbed him the only way I can describe it is I felt like a five year old holding onto Hulk Hogan,” Wilson said. “Hulk Hogan, that’s how big he felt and how small I felt just from grasping his arm”

    “When I grabbed him…..” Why did you grab him ? Shit dude….you started it and admitted it.

    • Malisha says:

      “I felt like a five-year-old holding onto Hulk Hogan” means that Officer Wilson was a seriously disturbed man who regressed under stress and behaved like a crazed and angry ARMED child. Perhaps he should have had a psychiatric defense but DEFINITELY he should have been tried.

      • racerrodig says:

        I agree. Anyone, especially a cop, who makes a comparison to a cartoon figure has some issues. Not only that, I doubt Mike had the psycho look as if “I’m gonna fuck you up” look. Mike had the terrified kid looking down the barrel of a gun look.
        Clearly if Mike said Wilson was to much of a pussy to shoot him, that made Wilson go into “I’m gonna fuck you up” mode.
        In fact, Wilson said “I’m gonna shoot you” as confirmed by Dorian Johnson and admitted by Wilson.

        Now………..back to that “I give up….don’t shoot” thing with his hands in the air.

        • PhillyBoyRoy says:

          Darren “Killer of Kids” Wilson mistook a look of terror, the look of someone in actual “imminent fear of death”, projected his own psychotic and hateful aggression on to them, then tried to reclaim their fear as his own

          He was POINTING AND SHOOTING A GUN AT SOMEONE, yet HE is the one in fear for his life?

          Of some mythical aggressive teenage demon?

          Where is the silent media on this?

          In an even slightly sane world, journalists would be endlessly skewering the charade “trial” and harassing Nixon, mcculloch, et al to the point of resignation.

          Hulk Hogan + black demon = THE DUMBEST THING EVER

          • racerrodig says:

            I’m shocked there was no head pounding involved to be honest.

          • PhillyBoyRoy says:

            Are you kidding?

            The Amazing Mike Brown would have squished his tiny head in between his thumb and forefinger like a grape.

            Wilson couldn’t go that route because it was too unbelievable.

          • Two sides to a story says:

            Ugh, those types constantly project both their own traits and fears. *Deep sigh*

          • Sleuth says:

            Phillyboy you said:

            “…….projected his own psychotic and hateful aggression on to them, then tried to reclaim their fear as his own”

            and

            “Of some mythical aggressive teenage demon?”

            That’s right out the McSnitch (fogen) playbook. “I think he’s got his hands in his waste”, “I think he’s up to no good”, “I think something’s wrong with him”, and so forth. Remember, he tried his darndest to portray Trayvon as an octopus.

            Perhaps Officer Lyin Killson Child Killer and McSnitch (fogen) went to the same Neighborhood Watch School.

        • roderick2012 says:

          racerrodig: I agree. Anyone, especially a cop, who makes a comparison to a cartoon figure has some issues.

          Have you seen this guy?

          I doubt his IQ is much above room temperature.

          If he’s the quality of cops out there no wonder there have been so many shootings of unarmed civilians.

          • Sleuth says:

            “Have you seen this guy?”

            Yep, and my very first impression of him in the picture of him receiving an award for arresting the African American man who was in his own yard, sitting in his car, was that he was “Skin Head”, or a devout member of the Aryan Brotherhood.

    • PhillyBoyRoy says:

      The Amazing Michael Brown should have just ripped the door off its hinges, or maybe just thrown the entire car!

      five-year old:Hulk Hogan::6’4″, 210 lbs trained officer:______?

      I dunno, you fill in the blank…

      Hercules?

      Zeus?

      Superman?

      Paul Bunyan?

      It’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard.

      Only when cops commit murder and need to save their asses do they so freely admit to being weak crybaby fraidy cats.

      All other times they are hyper macho machines ready to harass and threaten everyone they can.

      • Malisha says:

        Reminds me of Fogen’s MMA instructor talking about what a wus HE was. Couldn’t make a fist!

        The real problem with these guys is they can’t get hard in other regions. They imagine the Big Black Bruisers all … sick sons of … oh nevermind.

        • PhillyBoyRoy says:

          What does Mr. “Killer of Children” Darren Wilson do when faced with an even larger, stronger, and actually violent criminal?

          Dump himself?

          What would he compare a tussle with a grown man to?

          A poor lowly white gnat being squashed by a seething crazed black T-Rex?

          No offense to the deceased but I’ve been assaulted by 8th graders bigger and tougher than Mike Brown. And when I say tougher I mean, they were actually in gangs, had been shot at, shot, had shot guns at others, etc.

          I don’t know Mike Brown – maybe he really was the second coming of Mike Tyson, crossed with Paul Bunyan, as “Killer Racist” Darren Wilson has claimed.

          But I doubt it.

          • Disappointed says:

            I think Wilson sounds deranged and definitely should not be a police officer. It sounds like he hallucinates. 5year old and hulk hogan. Ok. He tore a page from Fogens to kill a child book.

  18. Disappointed says:

    It’s disgusting. I hope the younger generations wipe out racism and republicans. I included republicans because now the republicans are saying these protest would not happen in their state. Smh.

  19. sparger says:

    I wish I cold say I was surprised but I’m not.

  20. girlp says:

    Is that the best they could do showing injuries a couple of red spots?

    • racerrodig says:

      At least someone went to the trouble to Photoshop Fogens boo boo. This is a joke.

    • Sleuth says:

      Don’t know if you saw the interview with Officer Lyin Killson Child Killer and George Stephanopoulos today, but his cheek look almost identical to the ones allegedly taken on August 9th.

  21. bettykath says:

    No questions about how Mike was able to take Wilson’s gun out of its holster?

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