The Department of Justice is seriously close to filing a lawsuit against the police department of Ferguson, seven months after disgraced cop Darren Wilson fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown back in August.
The lawsuit will be the result of the investigation into Brown’s death, which began in September. Attorney General Eric Holder, on behalf of the Obama Administration visited Ferguson to inquire further about the matter and witnessed the non-peaceful protests. The lawsuit as a whole will be a response to the trail of racially-charged deaths and discriminatory tactics by the police department, and because Ferguson hasn’t introduced a new or changed guideline for cops to abide by. The suit is a last resort effort to get those imperative adjustments done. Wilson, however will be exempt from any charges. Of course.
Holder informed reporters that an official announcement from the DOJ should be out this week, or at the very least before his last date in office. We’re waiting.