Obviously many people may find this alarming, however it is entirely predictable.
The entire construct of the “Scheme Team’s” objectives is to file civil (wrongful death) lawsuits. This is their version of justice, albeit financial justice. The filing of wrongful death lawsuits is the entire reason why the Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump law firm exist, and the entire reason why they were called upon by Mike Brown’s parents, Lesley McSpadden and Mike Brown.
In order for Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, and in this case local attorney Anthony Gray, to get the leverage they need for financial judgment they first need to establish a position of implied wrongful death. Ben Crump calls this “first base”, and requires “an arrest” – not a conviction, just an arrest. The arrest establishes the “probable cause” basis for both a criminal trial, and, more importantly, civil litigation.
The “probable cause” is what they need. This is also why in both the Trayvon Martin shooting and the Mike Brown shooting the family asks for an arrest: “all we want is an arrest”. Without a preceding basis for an arrest the hurdles to gain a wrongful death civil reward are much higher.
The Ferguson Police Department in Missouri learned from reviewing the exploitation of the Sanford Police Department in Florida and did not acquiesce to the pressure applied by the Black Grievance Industry.
This industrial sized pressure comes from Al Sharpton, the NAACP and the AME Church Network which includes the federal DOJ community relations service.
The Ferguson Police, and the Saint Louis prosecutor both held firm on following the established legal process for a complaint. This frustrated Parks and Crump, who were using the successful model from Florida but not getting the desired response.
In the Trayvon Martin case the local police chief, Bill Lee, was removed, the local prosecutor, Norm Wolfinger, was removed, and a politically favorable special prosecutor, Angela Corey, was appointed by the governor.
Corey then subverted/cancelled a previously scheduled Grand Jury so that she could manufacture a probable cause affidavit fraught with outright lies, and media evidence, provided by the Scheme Team (Parks and Crump).
Had the 2012 Grand Jury in Florida been given the Zimmerman case for determination, charges against George Zimmerman would not have been returned. The evidence used to establish the probable cause affidavit was built on a non-existent 16-year-old ear witness named “Dee Dee” who became known as 19-year-old Rachel Jeantel at trial.
Jeantel’s entire narrative was manufactured by the Scheme Team to assist a probable cause affidavit for an arrest. Their claims did not need to be factual, they were only looking for “an arrest”.
This is called “willful blindness”.
Every aspect of Rachel Jeantel sold to the media by the Parks and Crump Scheme Team was false when introduced into the narrative (March 20th 2012) and Angela Corey did nothing to stop the fraud, allowing the entire scheme to go all the way to trial before it was exposed.
In 2014 in Saint Louis, County Prosecutor McCullough quickly understood the approach the Scheme Team would take; hence he took the evidence to the grand jury and would not give in to the pressure from the BGI. This legal approach, using the established process, derailed the Scheme Team plans for financial justice because it accurately reflected a lack of probable cause for any arrest.
Parks and Crump could not get to first base.
After the failure to get the arrest the Scheme Team packed their bags and went looking for the next victim to exploit. Meanwhile the local family attorney, Anthony Gray, is holding out hope that he can leverage the political class to pressure the Ferguson Police Department into giving the family a pay out without trying through the court. The threat of “civil action” is the leverage Gray is using to get the politicians on board with a “go-away” extortion type payoff.
SAINT LOUIS – The family of Michael Brown is considering a civil suit against the police officer who shot him in the wake of news that a Department of Justice investigation is preparing to recommend no civil rights charges be brought against the officer.
Anthony Gray, an attorney representing the Brown family, confirmed that the family is considering a civil suit against Darren Wilson, the police officer whose fatal shooting of Brown in Ferguson, Missouri , led to protests last year.
“That is an option that is available,” Gray said. “They have not made a decision to move forward at this point, [but] that is an option that is always on the table.” (read more)