A former FBI official, Ron Hosko, claims the ferguson riots were orchestrated from the very top.
Hosko claims that Obama with the help of Attorney General Eric Holder exploited Ferguson for their own political gain.
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He said in a damning statement, “DOJ has known from the very beginning that no violation of civil rights occurred when officer Darren Wilson shot an aggressor, Michael Brown, in self-defense.”
“Instead of deliberating immediately and issuing their conclusion in the fall, the Obama administration let the embers of civil unrest burn, fanned by the rhetoric of opportunistic race dividers” Hosko concluded.
Hosko also correctly pointed out that due to the massive hoopla around the case, police officers across the country are literally afraid to do their job for fear of political and physical backlash from their leadership and the local community.
Hosko said the biggest losers will be the ones who need police the most.
“The biggest victims of such risk aversion will be at-risk communities who most benefit from police patrol,” he explained.
It should be noted that Sharpton, Obama and Holder continued to ride the race-baiting wagon in the aftermath of the death of Eric Garner, a career criminal who died as a result of a confrontation with a police officer who happened to be white, though the scene was supervised by a black female officer.
That even Holder’s Justice Department could find no grounds on which to charge Wilson speaks volumes of how little evidence must have existed of any wrongdoing on the officer’s part.
But evidence consistently takes a back seat to political concerns with this administration.
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