Eric Holder Presents Finding of Both DOJ Ferguson Investigations (Video) – #1) Officer Darren Wilson, and #2) Overall Ferguson Police Dept.

Below you will find video of Attorney General Eric Holder delivering his outline and interpretation of two federal DOJ investigations. The first into Police Officer Darren Wilson regarding the shooting death of Mike brown. The second into the more broad issues around the Ferguson Police Department.

Regarding the investigation of Darren Wilson – AG Holder admits there was nothing found to identify any federal issue with the actions taken by Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of Mike Brown.

Dorian Johnson hands uphands up screenshot

To the contrary, Holder outlines there was NOTHING physically, forensically, or within the statements of reliable witnesses which would support the “hands up – don’t shoot” narrative sold by the media ad infinitum.

So how did they get it so wrong?

Attorney General Holder states as a result of the investigation the DOJ has found there was nothing even remotely accurate about how the shooting was originally reported in the media.

However, Holder transitions into investigation #2 by blaming, and more notably excusing, the disparity based on a toxic level of distrust amid the minority community which caused blacks to believe the outrageous claims put forth by paid professional racist organizers (ie. Anthony Shahid et al) who are active within the community.

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♦  Regarding the second investigation, into the more broad issues within the Ferguson PD – Eric Holder and the DOJ find systemic, embedded, cultural and civil rights biases that exist within the Police and Court system.

Findings included the municipal police being encouraged and directed to use civil punitive infractions, fines, as revenue streams for government activity. He outlined excessive fines for ridiculous infractions, disparate penalties upon minority citizens, and an overall approach to funding government through financial penalties placed upon the citizenry.

The irony is not lost on us. In essence Eric Holder is saying the thirst for Big Government spending created punitive damage upon minority citizens. The DOJ findings outline a system of financial punishment of African Americans to feed a needed revenue stream for the municipality.

Obviously AG Holder is disconnected from the juxtapositional reality within his argument.

AG Holder himself is currently being evidenced, through increasing investigative inquiry, as having weaponized the IRS against political opponents, enemies of the Obama administration.

Today AG Holder is essentially outlining his anger toward the Ferguson Police Department carrying out a tactic that he himself has spearheaded, against conservative citizens, albeit on a far larger scale.

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If you listen to his explanation(s) within the outline of the second investigation, and you replace the words “Ferguson” with “IRS”, and you replace the victim definition of “black” with “Tea Party Conservative”, you can fully appreciate the level of his convenient cognitive dissonance.

Yes, obviously it is and should be considered unconstitutional for any government or LEO entity to punitively punish a citizen based on their affiliation or skin color; yet that is the exact behavior -on a federal level- AG Holder has affirmed as a matter of his own DOJ policy regarding the IRS targeting of political opponents, conservatives.

The procedures and processes within the majority Democrat Ferguson and Saint Louis communities are wrong, we have openly said as such since our own initial findings. However, Holder’s inability to see his own ideological disconnect toward his on behavior on a similar level sends a hollow message toward anyone who genuinely values the constitutional justice system which should be afforded for all citizens.

The more he talks of his own honour, the faster we should count our spoons.

♦ Lastly, back to investigation #1 – there is a remarkable amount of cognitive avoidance as Holder stands there shocked, SHOCKED at how people could have framed the Mike Brown shooting so wrong. Yet, there is nothing within the investigative report which shows anything divergent from August 18th 2014 when AG Holder and President Obama were seeking to take political benefit from the false narrative he now finds so shocking.

potus and Holder president obama and eric holder

Go figure !

[*Note – both reports can be read here in their entirety]

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53 Responses to Eric Holder Presents Finding of Both DOJ Ferguson Investigations (Video) – #1) Officer Darren Wilson, and #2) Overall Ferguson Police Dept.

  1. chick20112011 says:

    Anyone ever arrested in the Deandre Joshua (man killed in car in Ferguson riots) murder?


  2. fred says:

    After watching this travesty who will ever not have some reluctance to vote for an African American ever again. The racist overtones by an attorney general of the US is frightening. it’s beyond the pale. The black caucus with their hands up and the basket ball teams. What a joke as they allowed a town to get burned by igaroots who commit most of the crime. To have been completely wrong and duped by CNN etc. is unforgivable.

    Liked by 5 people

    • nimrodman says:

      fred asked: “After watching this travesty who will ever not have some reluctance to vote for an African American ever again.”

      Little mentioned at the time of the “Between Two Ferns” Obama interview with Zach Galifinakis was a question Galifinakis slipped in, almost under the crosstalk of Obama’s reply to the prior question:

      Galifinakis: “How does it feel to be America’s last black President?”

      Without going back to watch it again, I think I recall it got maybe a little “ha-ha” superficial dismissal from Hussein before he moved on.

      But there it was.

      And I don’t think Zach is particularly hyper-conservative.


  3. mazziflol says:

    Serious question…so is Wilson free and clear from the BGI or is he going to be under constant fear (for a while anyways) about some civil action?


    • lovelyd24 says:

      IF they go after anyone they will go after Ferguson PD or the Ferguson (is it a city or a town) . Wilson is pretty thoroughly exonerated but larger than that his pockets aren’t very deep. Hell they may even sue the state of Missouri for perpetuating a climate of hate toward folks who walk down the middle of the street and bum rush police officers. The world is upside down.

      Liked by 1 person

    • justfactsplz says:

      I think that since he wasn’t arrested and has been cleared of any civil rights violation there is no grounds for any civil case against Officer Wilson. On the other hand, he should sue the heck out of the whole lot of them.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Survivor says:

      No. Because he was never arrested and the grand jury cleared him there is nothing on which to base a wrongful death suit. That was why those jJackleg lawyers Crump et al and the media were demanding an arrest. A. Arrest, even if the suspect is cleared by investigators next day is grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. Since the DOJ. Cleared Wilson in every way there are no grounds for any kind of civil rights or PI emotional injury.
      Wilson has grounds for personal injury, loss of income and destruction of career against CNN and other media and especially editorial writers and columnists.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. Be Ge says:

    I understand the importance of all of these dears, but can we….em…uhm…am….just have a bit… less of news about professional racists and race-baiting shmocks like Barack Husseinovich “If I had a son” Obamski, Eric “My people” Holder, Al “Pimp we much” Sharlatan, Messy “I was ordained by MLK” Jackson and co?


    • Sharon says:

      Your personal recommendation suggests that that you actually don’t understand.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Be Ge says:

        Unfortunately, I do — it is just a bit of wishful thinking on my side here. Ignorance is bliss, and he who increases knowledge likewise increases sorrow.
        However, if you do not follow mainstream media for a while (and, say, use TV as a large computer monitor) rather reading resources like TCTH — the impression at times is like ‘can I have some time off’ 😦
        I have a few “politic-related” dreams. Like, living in a country with responsible/qualified voters. Absence of news on the above-mentioned folk is on the list as well.


    • nimrodman says:

      I agree with Sharon. I don’t think this topic gets enough honest coverage in the media, let alone coverage that dissects it and shows the falsehoods that are fabricated and promulgated.

      I’m furious with outright racists and racial grievance mongers tearing my Nation apart using false, fictitious, and slanderous narratives.


  5. beaujest says:

    Holder has done more harm to the black community than any police department ever did !

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Krazy Kat says:

    Treepers: Please check me if I’m wrong, but I read the report and it seems to say that the AA’s in Ferg are responsible for a disproportional amount of crime. I didn’t see the empirical evidence for racism as the cause of this.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Chip Bennett says:

      Correct. The DOJ report hangs its hat on the analytical fallacy of asserting that correlation proves causation, with a heavy dose of logical fallacy, including begging the question.

      Liked by 2 people

      • nivico says:

        I just got the part in the video (around the 14 minute mark) where Holder claims that they could find no alternative explanation … ergo it must be “implicit racism.”


        They need to bring in a new bunch of statisticians to explain to them why a predominantly “X” population will inherently result in predominantly “X” folks being cited and ticketed.


        • nivico says:

          Here’s the actual quote:

          “In fact, our review of the evidence found no alternative explanation for the disproportionate impact on African American residents other than implicit and explicit racial bias.”

          FALLACY COMMITTED: Appeal to Ignorance

          Argument from ignorance (Latin: argumentum ad ignorantiam), also known as appeal to ignorance (in which ignorance stands for “lack of evidence to the contrary”), is a fallacy in informal logic. It asserts that a proposition is true because it has not yet been proven false (or vice versa).

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      • John Galt says:

        cum hoc ergo propter hoc a/k/a disparate impact


    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Krazy Kat..Since Blacks make up over 70% of the population in Ferguson it would make sense the Blacks would be the ones looked at most for any type of offense in Ferguson.

      In America overall, Blacks are around 12% of the total populations yet Blacks commit 52% of murder, 32% of the rapes, 56% of the robberies, 34% of the aggravated assaults, 30% of Burglaries, 29% of Larceny-thefts, 31% auto theft, 23% arson, 39% of violent crimes, 29% of property crime, and the list goes on. Blacks commit over 1/3 of all major crimes and 52% of all murders and are less than 13% of the population, thus it should be much lower.
      Yes Whites/Hispanics do commit quite a few crimes themselves, but it really sad that the vast majority of crime comes from 12% of the American Population Whites in all FBI stats include Hispanics who have the fastest growing number of gang members in the US! It is probably about time that Hispanics and Whites become two categories.

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      • jason says:

        I and many others followed the ongoing events in Ferguson and surrounding St Louis area and one trend was clear, the violent criminal acts were overwhelmingly committed by black perpetrators. It probably happened, but can’t think of a single incident where a white individual was accused of a violent crime during the 5 months I followed the case and local incidents.

        Holder and the DOJ can find no alternative explanation for the disproportionate impact on African American residents? I guess they overlooked the fact that African Americans are actually committing a disproportionate amount of the local crime as being a contributing factor 😦

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        • DT says:

          Look at the looting videos. Those are likely overwhelmingly Ferguson residents. What is the ratio of black to white in the still released by police from security camera footage? I personally have yet to see a white person in any of them. It’s not really a surprise that the police are pulling over mostly black people. They apparently have little regard for their community, what’s a traffic law compared to breaking into a store and picking it clean or setting it on fire? If you gleefully destroy properties and livelihoods on several occasions, I doubt you are going to make sure you stay 25 mph in the 25 mph zone. Gnome sayin’?


  7. cohibadad says:

    Summary of video: Ferguson PD is guilty of disparate impact.


  8. czarowniczy says:

    “So how did they get it so wrong…” Ummmmm….reinterpreted the evidence through their personal legal prism to meet their preconceived notions? Just aguessin’ here…
    Gotta remember, the black paradigm of justice is fungible, the Constitution is a document that once referred to a black person as 3/5ths of a white person – the definition of which is a perfect example of black self-serving woe-be-me reasoning vice truth There ARE two Americas – one that holds the promise of advancement if you work and work within the system and one that believes free stuff should flow from that hands of those who work and work within the system. Just over two years to go before we are back to getting screwed by the WH without such a blatant racial overtone.

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  9. Dixie Darling says:

    I was struck by the first paragraph of the second page of the Investigation of the Ferguson Police Department and I felt like I’d been hit by a 2X4. It occurred to me that with just a few replacement words, specifically the references to Ferguson, the report could accurately reflect what the Justice Department has been doing to the American people. So I took that paragraph and changed a few words and here it is. A satire:

    The Department of Justice’s law enforcement practices are shaped by the Government’s focus on racial issues rather than by concern for all of its’ citizens. This emphasis on racial issues has compromised the institutional character of the United States Department of Justice, contributing to a pattern of unconstitutional oversite, and has also shaped its Justice Department lawyers, leading to procedures that raise due process concerns and inflict unnecessary harm on citizens of the United States. Further, the Department of Justice’s influence on racial issues both reflect and exacerbate existing racial bias, including racial stereotypes. The Justice Department’s own data establish clear racial disparities that adversely impact citizens of the United States. The evidence shows that discriminatory intent is part of the reason for these disparities. Over time, the Justice Department court practices have sown deep mistrust between the citizens and the U. S. government undermining the government’s law enforcement legitimacy among all of its’ citizens.

    Is this plagiarism? If it is, I take it all back.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. hoosiergranny says:

    I hope it’s killing Holder to have to admit that both Zimmerman & Wilson are innocent. May his racism and failures on these 2 cases be his legacy. The worst, most divisive attorney general & president in history. Shameful & embarrassing.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. lovemygirl says:

    One thing they never mention is how many “innocent” blacks were arrested when they scream about the disparity between black and white arrests. My guess is zero are actually innocent and they try and blame every disparity on racism when in fact other factors are at play such as poor statistical analysis and even something basic like blacks do commit more crime as every measure seems to indicate..


  12. rmnewt says:

    Pathetic, when focused on the specific case #1, the process worked and there were no facts to justify further action against Ofc Wilson. OK, got that!

    However, things exploded for some strange reason so lets step back away from tangible facts and play with data and draw broad conclusions about race. Lets not look at the tangible factors that drove the narrative or the false reporting or false claims (lies) of “hands up dont shoot” and such.

    He accurately complained about municipalities that ticket for revenue generation and other failings of police departments. But rather than stopping there and recommending follow-on actions to fix these nationwide issues, he fabricates a new, impossible to defend against race accusation on the Ferguson department. Nice, that’s really going to help things!

    Good riddance, hope the next time we see this guy is during his IRS weaponization indictment.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Dean says:

    This report was a sop to the black “community” (how come blacks live in a “community” while whites live in a “neighborhood”?) because there was no federal prosecution of GZ nor Wilson. I agree too with the poster who talked about CNN. This afternoon CNN’s coverage and aftermath was absolutely despicable.


  14. True Colors says:

    Reading this DOJ report is like reading a Darren Wilson propaganda piece. I can hardly believe my own eyes.



  15. froggielegs says:

    For some reason the protesters now believe that the DOJ gave them full permission to start back up blocking traffic and sitting in the street. Needless to say about 7 protesters were arrested tonight. Sadly, I think this is all playing into the hands of Nasheed and Nadal who are trying to get the Ferguson Police Department disbanded. I feel sorry for the Ferguson Police.

    “JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. ( – State Senators Jamilah Nasheed and Maria Chappelle-Nadal are both calling for the Ferguson Police Department to be disbanded.
    “It really shines a light on a serious problem, and that’s racism,” Nasheed said of the department.
    Nasheed believes another department needs to take over policing in the North County community.
    “If we’re going to restore true, [we] have to start with municipal courts,” said Nasheed.
    Chappelle-Nadal also called for the Ferguson Police Department to be dismantled, saying that every day individuals are targeted and harassed.
    When asked how she can use her position as a state senator to correct problems, Chappelle-Nadal said she has a bill that would restrict the use of deadly force unless there is an imminent threat to the officer or those nearby.”


    • pspsst says:

      MEDIA. From the beginning to the end, it has always been the media at fault. They don’t know how to report reality any more, because there is nothing to report which would enrage their viewers if they told the truth.

      I rarely turn on network news but unavoidably was a victim of a drive-by hearing at someone’s home. There was minimal mention at 6 pm of the false hands-up meme but a total focus on the words to the effect of “there is racism in the police department”. It was mind boggling……to know media is blindsiding everyone but actually hear it AGAIN and CLEARLY. I had to tell those in the room that the racism portrayed in the Mike Brown incident is COMPLETE HOGWASH. They believed me but viewers are so ingrained in their worship of the smoke and mirrors of network news, they listen like mindless sponges. SMH. Very discouraged tonight, even though the real news is good.

      Liked by 1 person

    • VegasGuy says:

      “Chappelle-Nadal said she has a bill that would restrict the use of deadly force unless there is an imminent threat to the officer or those nearby.”

      Aren’t those “restrictions” already in place, both in State & Federal Statutes? They were outlined, specifically by DOJ, in the report I read.

      Isn’t that exactly what the DOJ report regarding Wilson found? It was a legally justified incident supported by the evidence, witnesses, & forensics.

      He , the DOJ found, acted legally, within the guidelines, in self defense, in the face of an “imminent threat”.

      Perhaps she did not read the 2nd report……Guess we need to see exactly what constitutes an “imminent threat” in her bill, that is not specifically outlined within current Statutes, both State & Federal.

      That should be interesting. Gnome sayin…?

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  16. DT says:

    I decided to google the MO Vehicle Stops Reports that are publicly available on the MO Atty Genl web page. ( They have been pulled off of it. There is a google cache of all the reports but all the year links 404. ( Interesting that you can’t compare those statistics to the DOJs claims right now. What an incredible coincidence.


  17. froggielegs says:

    “The family of Michael Brown will file a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Ferguson, Mo., and the police officer who fatally shot him, lawyers said Thursday.

    “We feel Officer Darren Wilson did not need to shoot and kill Michael Brown Jr. in broad daylight in the manner that he did,” lawyer Anthony Gray said.”

    If anyone thinks this DOJ report was for anything but giving the Browns a clear path to sue, you haven’t been paying attention. Holder had to give them something after not being able to create a reason to find Wilson guilty of violating Browns civil rights.

    I do hope they realize that the gentle giant’s past criminal record will be allowed in a civil suit. Who wants to bet there are plenty of instances where the gentle giant bullied, hit, beat others?


    • Chip Bennett says:

      If anyone thinks this DOJ report was for anything but giving the Browns a clear path to sue, you haven’t been paying attention.

      I’m paying attention. What did I miss?

      All throughout the report, I see declarations that no evidence exists to refute a claim of justified use of deadly force in self-defense.


      • froggielegs says:

        I see both reports as Holder not being able to charge DW because he did in fact use justifiable force but, he had to give them something so he offered up the city of Ferguson.


        • Chip Bennett says:

          In what way does the family of Michael Brown have standing to bring suit against the City of Ferguson? How was the City of Ferguson in any way involved in the death of Michael Brown – except insofar as Darren Wilson was a police officer employed by the City of Ferguson when he justifiably used deadly force in self-defense against Michael Brown?


          • froggielegs says:

            Well, I’m not saying they truly have a leg to stand on, just that the DOJ had to give something. Looking through surrounding areas, it seems to me that Ferguson collects less money on fines and fees than surrounding cities (Like Pine Lawn to which Anthony Gray is police chief) yet, the DOJ hasn’t gone after them.


  18. SeekerofTruth says:

    Not sure if any of you have seen this, but it destroys their argument of racism in Ferguson.


    • SeekerofTruth says:

      The details are in the following link. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, the city of Ferguson was only 52 percent black.

      Since 2001, 18,513 people have been arrested in Ferguson: 84 percent have been black

      Since 2001, 479 people have been arrested for burglary inFerguson: 91 percent of them have been black.

      Since 2001, 286 people have been arrested for weapons charges in Ferguson: 89 percent have been black.

      Since 2001, 9 people have been arrested for murder in Ferguson. 8 of the 9 have been black.

      Since 2001, there have been 28 people arrested in Ferguson for rape. All have been black.

      Since 2001, 133 people have been arrested for robbery in Ferguson: 90 percent have been black

      Since 2001, 146 people have been arrested for motor vehicle theft in Ferguson: 93 percent have been black.

      Since 2001, 4,845 people have been arrested for larceny in Ferguson: 80 percent have been black.

      Facts show that blacks are vastly over represented in regards to their population size, thus it would logically follow that if a population contains a higher percentage of blacks, that a higher percentage will be arrested.


      • rmnewt says:

        facts getting in the way of a political agenda….again, nice work!

        Might the cause of this growing problem be a breakdown in the fabric of the black community instead of a problem with the enforcement, nah couldn’t be? The BGI’s denial and disparate treatment is making the problem much worse. The big question is will the black community recognize it and fix it themselves or devolve further. Their current group of leaders aren’t helping. Very sad.


    • pspsst says:

      According to the attorney general’s report, the disparity index for the black population in Ferguson is 1.37, because while 63 percent of the population is black, 86 percent of those pulled over for traffic stops are black.

      Because within the 86% of blacks pulled over for traffic stops, some were REPEAT OFFENDERS?

      Duh to Holder. Keep trying. Statistics will probably prove this fact of repeat offenders. It doesn’t matter if only 63% of the Ferguson population are black.

      The other aspect Ferguson Police need to tally up are proportion of the 63% belonging to black gangs like the foul Peoples Nation driven by Islamic money a.k.a talking mouthpiece Bassem Masri and the Pakistani cyber leader.


  19. BBB says:

    Have to question DOJs numbers in Ferguson report.

    Blacks make up around 13% of the U.S. population, The FBI stats show blacks commit 33% of the crime in the U.S. Then it would seem if a community with a black population of 67% that the blacks would be responsible for the majority of that communities crimes.(someone do the math for me I got 124.7%) The DOJs numbers in there report were from 2012-2014. How many arrests of blacks where made in their totals come from after August 9th 2014?


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