Grand Juror Misconduct in Mike Brown Case?   1 comment

…why does this not surprise me?


Twitter user @TheSusanNichols tweeted that a friend of hers on the grand jury in the Mike Brown/Darren Wilson case discussed the case with her.


Since the Washington Post did not include these “gems” from Ms. Nichols’ timeline, I’d thought I’d share them with you:



I wonder if this juror-friend thinks like she does. If so, said friend most certainly does NOT belong on the grand jury. Enjoy your infamy, Susan. You deserve it. I’d also be curious to know if the Susan Nichols mentioned in this article is the same Nichols here. If so, I wonder how long she’ll keep her job?

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Posted October 1, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

One response to “Grand Juror Misconduct in Mike Brown Case?

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  1. There is so little justice remaining in our country. Two wrongs do not make a right. Even if the young man robbed a store, does that warrant firing bullets into him? And then leave him lying on the street for more than four hours? No dignity for him at all! Police brutality is on the rise. I know police people have difficult jobs and it is not easy for their families; however, that does NOT justify killing others. It is a known statistic that African American men are an easy target for law enforcement and our jails have more African Americans than any other race. WHY? Because, we are a Racist Country. I am White–for the record–and have been in this country for over 50 years. I see it everyday and hear it everyday. Until we admit there is a problem, it will continue. I see it in my own birth family. I had ten siblings. Two of my siblings married African Americans. Our family–a “good, Catholic, Christian” family—is cut in half! Both of my siblings who were married to their spouses who were African American, died painfully slow deaths from myotonic dystrophy. Both of their spouses stayed with them through all of their suffering. Yet, I am the only one who still keeps in touch with Terry and Harriette. Even before my siblings untimely deaths, half of my family would not invite them into their homes. How horrible is that!
    People base their reactions on false assumptions and morally depraved ideas. No race is superior to another–we all have the SAME COLOR of BLOOD! We are all ONE and interconnected. Until we begin to understand this and live it, we will continue to suffer as a people.

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