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I interviewed the key witness to the Michael Brown shooting last night.
The police haven't.
Think about that.
What McCulloch is describing procedurally is so far removed from normal criminal procedure it's unrecognizable.
I'm looking at what appears to be a dead body in the middle of Chambers
Also, fuck you RS for trying to throw your source under the bus: this is on you, not her http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/a-note-to-our-readers-20141205 …
Riot cop to me just a few minutes ago: "Get back! Or next time you're gonna be the one maced."
The biggest takeaway from Ferguson: millions and millions of Americans live their lives under conditions that feel like occupation.
If you walk about 100 feet from OK'ed press area you find yourself lit up by a spotlight and a squad of police on hair trigger.
John Crawford died for no reason and all the justice system can do is shrug and offer condolences. You understand why people are angry.
Solution I'm considering is to just go there tomorrow and do the show live from the site of the protests.
This summer is just one goddamned terrible thing after another.
Listen to how police described the fatal shooting of 12 yo Tamir Rice before they knew there was video. Then watch. http://www.msnbc.com/all-in/watch/how-reliable-is-police-testimony--365827139616 …
My jaw's on the floor. This is really something.
To the cops in Ferguson, MO: we're all watching right now. We see you.
Last night on my show, a key McCulloch ally admitted that McC never wanted an indictment and that GJ was just for political cover. <1/2>
I think the security problem in Ferguson, is not solvable through policing. Until charges are brought against Wilson, this will go on.
Love and solidarity to all the families, Muslim, Jewish, Christian, secular grieving tonight from France to Nigeria.
Host of All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC, Weeknights at 8pm. Editor at Large at The Nation. Cubs fan.
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