Darren Wilson Isn’t Sorry And Would Kill Mike Brown Again

  • Darren Wilson isn’t sorry for killing Mike Brown and said he would do it again. [Flavorwire]
  • The National Bar Association believes that the Grand Jury hearing was conducted inappropriately and is calling for the Department of Justice to pursue federal charges against Darren Wilson. [Death and Taxes]
  • The editors of The Nation on following the rule of law: “Let’s talk about that rule of law. To begin with, let’s talk about the near impunity with which law-enforcement agents in this country shoot, choke and beat unarmed civilians.” [The Nation]
  • CNN’s legal analyst called Darren Wilson’s testimony “fanciful and not credible.” [RawStory]
  • Jamelle Bouie talks about why an indictment would never have happened because police officers rarely face consequences for violence. [Slate]
  • Read Roxane Gay’s feelings on words in the context of Ferguson: How we use them to describe other people, how many were put in front of the Grand Jury and if that was ethical, and how we use them to respond to a tragedy. [The Butter]
  • Don Lemon has handled reporting in Ferguson about as elegantly as he handles reporting about anything anywhere, which is to say, not. [Salon]
  • Bill Cosby’s biographer admits he should have included the sexual abuse allegations in his biography. [Buzzfeed]
  • In the face of Uber’s massive failings last week, its competitor Lyft had their best week ever. [Business Insider]