The day after the riot made Ferguson MO resemble 14th street of Washington DC after MLK’s 1968 assassination, Erin Burnett interviewed NAACP President who announced a call for a march to protest the injustice of the violence committed on Michael Brown. Erin Burnett asked no question of whether Michael Brown’s death remains a good basis for a protest against America’s over-all perceived mistreatment of the black community. After all, the grand jury concluded that the physical evidence supported those witnesses who testified that the Officer had a reasonable basis that his own safety was in jeopardy regardless of Brown being unarmed.
Aren’t there better examples of police bias on which to base a protest?
How many decades did it take for 14th street to recover?