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Offline rangerrebew

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Ferguson: Not Even An O.J. Jury Would Convict Officer Wilson
« on: August 21, 2014, 08:09:05 AM »
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Larry Elder vs. Don Lemon & Van Jones: Not Even An O.J. Jury Would Convict Ferguson Officer
Larry Elder, Don Lemon, Van Jones
August 22, 2014

DON LEMON: Larry, I have to say this, I thought this was very interesting. You said not even an O.J. [Simpson] jury would convict Officer Wilson. I mean, should he at least be charged?

LARRY ELDER: Well, I think he will be charged. I think Van is right. I think the politics will compel a charge, but I think the law and the facts will compel an acquittal.

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