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McCulloch confirms what everyone pretty much already knew

It’s been about a month since Robert McCulloch made the announcement that would change this country forever: Darren Wilson would not be indicted for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, a bitter ending to a case that gripped the nation for 4 months, and whose implications will be felt for years to come.


There were already murmurs of just how vast the different accounts given by witnesses of what happened that fateful day (August 9) were, and some “witnesses” were bold enough to admit they were nowhere near the actual site of the shooting on the day in question, but what’s worse, the Ferguson District Attorney, McCulloch, knew this, and still allowed their testimonies.

McCulloch was the guest on 550 KTRS with McGraw Milhaven recently, and he divulged a bit of information that will be disturbing to scores of people once they learn of it.

One of the most glaring examples of fake witness testimony was Witness number 40, who supported Darern Wilson’s version of events, but it was later found out that she more than likely was not present when Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown. McCulloch’s response to this?

I’m sure she was nowhere near the place. She recounted a statement that was right out of the newspapers.

The following is an excerpt from the transcript of the interview, which you can watch in its entirety above, or read here.

KTRS (McGraw Millhaven): Why did you allow people to testify in front of the grand jury in which you knew their information was either flat-out wrong, or flat-out lying, or just weren’t telling the truth?

McCulloch: Well, early on, I decided that anyone who claimed to have witnessed anything was going to be presented to the grand jury. And I knew that no matter how I handled it, there would be criticism of it. So if I didn’t put those witnesses on, then we’d be discussing now why I didn’t put those witnesses on. Even though their statements were not accurate.