It appears that if you don't like the outcome of an investigation, that means you didn't get justice.
Answers? The original investigation gave answers. It's just not the answers the family wanted.
I sympathize with their loss. But sometimes accidents are just accidents.
Threatening boycotts, protest marches, and the rest is not an attempt to find answers or justice. It's blackmail and intimidation.
And to the civil rights activist likening this to the Trayvon Martin case, I would think that would be the worst possible comparison. Except for the intimidation of the justice system in order to get someone charged, the final outcome will be Martin was shot in self defense.
It will be interesting to see if District Attorney David will be intimidated into filing charges. If he does, does that mean he was negligent for not filing before these "demands" were made?
If that is the case, he should resign immediately. If he failed to charge and neglected this case, he is incompetent to hold the position.
The public (voters) will be watching this very closely Mr. David.
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