Obama Says 'We May Never Know What Happened' in Ferguson, But Defends DOJ

Obama Says 'We May Never Know What Happened' in Ferguson, But Defends DOJA day before marking the 50th anniversary of the historic Selma civil rights march, and two days after the Department of Justice released a scathing report about racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, President Obama defended his administration’s decision not to prosecute the officer behind the controversial shooting death Michael Brown. “The finding that was made [by the Department of Justice] was that it was not unreasonable to determine that there was not sufficient evidence to charge Officer [Darren] Wilson.

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