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36 Shot in Chicago, Obama Sends 40 FBI Agents to Ferguson
« on: August 19, 2014, 05:23:40 AM »
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36 Shot in Chicago, Obama Sends 40 FBI Agents to Ferguson

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On August 18, 2014 @ 10:11 pm In The Point | 3 Comments

Chicago could probably use some extra manpower. Detroit certainly could. But instead Obama dispatched 40 Feds to try and nail a cop who shoot a violent 300 lb criminal.

Seven people were been killed and at least 29 others wounded in weekend shootings across Chicago.

Sorry you guys don’t count. Black on black violence doesn’t matter. Only the race card does.

Attorney General Eric Holder released the following statement Monday following his briefing of President Obama on the latest developments in the federal civil rights investigation in Ferguson, Missouri:

“As I informed the President this afternoon, the full resources of the Department of Justice are being committed to our federal civil rights investigation into the death of Michael Brown.

“During the day today, more than 40 FBI agents continued their canvassing of the neighborhood where Michael Brown was shot. As a result of this investigative work, several new interviews have already been conducted.

“Moreover, at my direction, an additional medical examination is being performed on the body of Michael Brown. This autopsy is being performed today by one of the most experienced medical examiners in the United States military. I am confident this additional autopsy will be thorough and aid in our investigation.

It almost sounds like Holder knows the outcome of the autopsy before it’s even conducted. That’s certainly convenient.


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