Saint Louis Judge Throws Out Ridiculous Legal Call For Probe of Prosecutor In Mike Brown Shooting…

Black Lives Matter activists have continued the insufferable demand to have the Grand Jury decision nullified.  Another recent maneuver has been thrown out… 

Robert McCullochST. LOUIS A judge has tossed out a push by activists for an independent investigation of a prosecutor’s handling of grand jury proceedings in the Ferguson police shooting of Michael Brown, ruling that the effort was “not only logically flawed but contrary to the principles of our criminal justice system.”

St. Louis Circuit Judge Joseph Walsh III, in a 10-page ruling filed last Thursday, wrote that he reached “the inescapable conclusion” that St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch “faithfully performed his duty” in connection with the grand jury, “even though some other person may have made the presentation to the grand jury in a different manner.”

[…]  An attorney for the activists, Maggie Ellinger-Locke, said Monday her clients would challenge Walsh’s ruling to a Missouri appellate court.

“We believe the judge’s decision provides prosecutors carte blanche discretion to act arbitrarily in any given case,” she told The Associated Press by telephone. “This is not the law, and on this basis we shall appeal.”

Ellinger-Locke had argued the grand jury decision was inappropriately influenced by the conduct of McCulloch, whom she insisted “put his thumb on the scale” in Wilson’s favor. (read more)

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44 Responses to Saint Louis Judge Throws Out Ridiculous Legal Call For Probe of Prosecutor In Mike Brown Shooting…

  1. ackbarsays says:

    These people are unbelievably stupid.

    Liked by 5 people

    • art tart says:

      ackbarsays ~ I agree, it’s exhausting watching the racist spew their ignorance. Let the activist appeal, when the DOJ didn’t find a problem w/McCulloch & the Grand Jury, & I bet they searched relentlessly, the activist are wasting their time.

      I haven’t read anything about Crump/Parks Civil Suit. I hope it cost them a fortune to put a case together which will be a case of lies, they’ll never learn. This decision should give them yet another headache on their quest to make a buck off thug Big Mike.

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    • Not necessarily. What they are doing is “Playing the Judicial Lottery” in hopes of getting their case before a judge who is a member of the BGI, or at least sympathetic to their cause. Sure, their case has no legal merit, but that didn’t stop Debra Nelson from trying to deal from a stacked deck, did it? Not to mention some of the recent SCOTUS rulings that are completely looney, IMO. “BAMN”

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  2. socabill says:

    Of course they’re going to appeal.

    They. Never. Stop.

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  3. justfactsplz says:

    These people care nothing about the law. They would like to completely do away with Grand Juries. Crump belittled the Grand Jury process throughout this case. If Black Lie Matter let them protest for all of the innocent black children shot in drive by shootings. To me their lives matter

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    • art tart says:

      justfactsplz ~ well said. I think “black lives matter” only when there is a white person involved they can blame for some perceived/imagined wrong doing & think they’ll make a buck.

      The innocent AA children catching stray bullets from street gangs/thugs is heartbreaking. We never hear Sharpton/J Jackson Sr. demand the thugs stop murdering AA children. There’s just no money in it. Sad.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        It is sad. They don’t even know these children’s names.

        Liked by 1 person

      • BitterC says:

        Well, according to Deray, if we eliminate poverty, decriminalize drugs and end mass incarceration these black on black tragedies would magically cease. It is whitey’s fault. Just like our bad economy and foreign policy clusterf%ck is Dubya’s nearly 7 yrs later.

        The beauty of being a victim is never having to take repsonsibility. Sh%t Happens

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  4. realitycheck says:

    Soros’ deep pockets attempts to continue the fraud and disrupt American society?

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  5. Stamp says:

    Think this is stupid? Obama and Lynch are going to trot to a NCAAP meeting with Mosby.

    Trifecta of thickwits

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  6. franker01 says:

    Kagan, Sotomayor, Ginsburg and Breyer would be all over this.
    Kennedy would be on the fence.
    Roberts would wait to see if he got a threatening call from VJ and maybe some Polaroids!
    LOL

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  7. 1hear2learn says:

    I also think the presentation to GJ was “not normal”, but that’s only because prosecutor bent over backwards to accommodate BGI since he knew charges should not have been brought and was hoping to prevent city from burning by presenting everything to GJ instead knowing that there should be no trial, yet still wanting the full story to get out there. So go accommodate BGI madness and city burns anyways and they still are not happy! Give an inch, take a mile!

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    • Maquis says:

      Exactly correct. This Grand Jury proceeding was and is hailed as what a GJ should be; 100% open and honest, exhaustive, with zero effort to use the GJ to further political fortunes. McCulloch did not have his thumb on any scale, quite the opposite. He chose his best people, directed that all evidence, the “yays” and the “nays,” were to be presented, and then he stepped completely out of the process. His was a picture perfect definition of the exact opposite of Prosecutorial Abuse.

      Haters gonna hate.
      Grifters gonna lie.
      It’s as if MLK never lived and died.
      Nor our Savior, for that matter.

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  8. nivico says:

    “An attorney for the activists, Maggie Ellinger-Locke, said Monday her clients would challenge Walsh’s ruling to a Missouri appellate court.”

    A quick Google search on their attorney… she has a degree in ecofeminism (hunh ???) and is a recent graduate of CUNY, a third tier law school (ranked 121st) that accepts students with poor LSAT scores through it’s ‘Pipeline to Justice’ program.

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  9. aprilyn43 says:

    Sure…. It was McCullock’s thumb on the scale of justice that swayed the jury, the facts of the case never matter to Liberals or the BGI; after all “Blacks” are never at fault.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Justice_099 says:

      That’s essentially what they are saying. They are trying to sue the prosecutor because he did not hide facts and act like an activist, in an effort to convict an innocent man. And they are mad about that.

      They are encouraged by the fact that Mosby is doing just that.

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  10. Millwright says:

    Seems the BGI has added to the traditional legal tactics of “pound the law, pound the facts, pound the table”, with “accuse the law”.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Armie says:

    Yep. Lawfare at its most inane. They’ll be wanting to re-litigate the Magna Carta any day now.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Burnt Toast says:

    My 5 cent internet education on grand juries indicates they are intended for politically charged / infamous cases to afford another layer of protection for the accused.

    Where we are – lynch mob upset that grand jury was not used as proxy lynch mob.

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  13. Jersey Beach says:

    You can’t have the law which suits your lack of understanding of how the law works, no matter how loud you scream. Keep trying though, I’m sure it will work out for ya. lol Just like “hands up, don’t shoot” did. Geez, give a rest. Let’s talk about the white men and women being attacked and killed more often by a group of “yoots;”

    ST. LOUIS — A judge has tossed out a push by activists for an independent investigation of a prosecutor’s handling of grand jury proceedings in the Ferguson police shooting of Michael Brown, ruling that the effort was “not only logically flawed but contrary to the principles of our criminal justice system.”

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    • nivico says:

      “,,,not only logically flawed but contrary to the principles of our criminal justice system.”

      The LSAT tests prospective law school students in three areas: logical reasoning, analytical reasoning, and reading comprehension.

      That said, it’s not surprising that an attorney who graduated from a law school that specializes in scraping the bottom of the LSAT barrel for students filed a motion that is illogical and lacks comprehension of how our criminal justice system works.

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      • Jersey Beach says:

        This is the best part: “St. Louis Circuit Judge Joseph Walsh III, in a 10-page ruling filed last Thursday, wrote that he reached “the inescapable conclusion” that St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch “faithfully performed his duty” in connection with the grand jury, “even though some other person may have made the presentation to the grand jury in a different manner.”

        “That said, it’s not surprising that an attorney who graduated from a law school that specializes in scraping the bottom of the LSAT barrel for students filed a motion that is illogical and lacks comprehension of how our criminal justice system works.”
        It appears so nivico. Wondering if they are practicing The Living Constitution Law?

        Living Constitution Law & Legal Definition

        Living Constitution is a term used to describe the Constitution’s ability to change to meet the needs of each generation without major changes. This is a concept used in interpreting the Constitution of U.S. It is based on the notion that Constitution of the United States has relevant meaning beyond the original text and is an evolving and dynamic document that changes over time. Therefore the views of contemporaneous society should be taken into account when interpreting key constitutional phrases.
        http://definitions.uslegal.com/l/living-constitution/

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  14. texasgypsy53 says:

    And so it goes. This is what we have now,since the mid sixty ” free love,make love,not war” crowd took over. Shut these college professors down,right along with the lie promoting,history rewriting idiots who will stop at nothing to destroy this nation. I wonder if it would be wise to go after the publishers,who put out this crap as truth. Start with the liars and the people who promote it.

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  15. yakmaster2 says:

    Just a note of contempt here for CBS:
    For however long they do write-ups on the Mike Brown shooting, CBS and every other main stream media outlet will faithfully include the words: “black and unarmed,” as if that, in and of itself, is an indictment of Darren Wilson and every other cop who’s had to shoot someone charging headlong at them after they’ve just been assaulted by that person—black or white. The media is like a broken CD going ’round and ’round on the same song snippet. Ugh.

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    • your tour guide says:

      The exact words are always “unarmed black teenager”.
      Mike Brown, Trayvon, and any other case that feeds
      the narrative. All the Atlanta TV stations always include
      UABT in all police involved shootings. I was thinking how
      rich I could be if I only had the foresight to copyright the
      phrase 3 years ago.

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  16. John Galt says:

    “the judge’s decision provides prosecutors carte blanche discretion to act arbitrarily in any given case”

    That’s why herds of Dindu Nuffins are released back to the streets with minimal sentences.

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  17. bodicacia says:

    Dear Lord. That movie “Idiocracy” is coming to fruition. We’ll all be drinking Brando next.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Jane Doe says:

    Another Affirmative Action Lawyer!

    Liked by 1 person

  19. odinsacolyte says:

    I have sat on a Grand Jury. We tell the prosecutor not the other way around.
    I loved it.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. D S Craft says:

    It’s no secret the progressives have been using the court system for decades to be achieve their social and cultural goals, goals they cannot reach through the legislative branch of government. I’d like to know where they get their money to do this. Lawyers ain’t cheap.

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  21. Lars says:

    Moron and imbecile lives matter!

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  22. freepetta says:

    How many ways can they be told the “GENTLE GIANT” was a violent thug?

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  23. nivico says:

    Here’s the actual request to have McCulloch investigated that was filed by the activists back in January:

    http://www.nlgstl.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Memorandum_of_Law_in_Support.pdf

    Just like in the Tamir Rice “probable cause” hearing charade, these activists (and their attorneys) are perverting the concept of “legal standing” by reducing it to “I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.”

    Here’s a good explanation from Cornell Law regarding who has legal standing to bring suit:

    “Standing, or locus standi, is capacity of a party to bring suit in court. State laws define standing. At the heart of these statutes is the requirement that plaintiffs have sustained or will sustain direct injury or harm and that this harm is redressable.

    At the Federal level, legal actions cannot be brought simply on the ground that an individual or group is displeased with a government action or law. Federal courts only have constitutional authority to resolve actual disputes. Only those with enough direct stake in an action or law have “standing” to challenge it.”

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  24. Swamp Witch says:

    Bob McCulloch was a leader in ” The Barack Obama Missouri Truth Squad ” . He vowed to swiftly prosecute anyone who defamed or slandered Barack in his state. I wonder how Bob feels now about his love and support of Barack Obama ?

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  25. Bob Stone says:

    Michael Brown exhibit opened in Chicago

    (CHICAGO) – A new art exhibit about the Michael Brown police shooting in Ferguson is on display in Chicago.

    The piece features a life-size portrayal of Michael Brown after he was killed last year in Ferguson.

    It also includes a black statue of liberty, and a noose dangling from a neon sign.

    The exhibit also features a plaque with the words “I Can’t Breath”; referencing the Eric Garner police involved death in New York.

    A Brown family member praises the exhibit.

    The artist is a white woman from New Orleans.

    She says it represents white privilege in America and how it negatively affects the black community.

    The exhibit runs through August 10th.

    http://fox2now.com/2015/07/10/michael-brown-exhibit-opened-in-chicago/

    The DOJ showed he died trying to attack a cop; not from white privilege.

    Jesus H. Christ!

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  26. darwin at dawn says:

    I’ve just discovered this website. Regarding this ‘lawyer,’ if you have the time and patience anyone can look back into this person’s Facebook account, around 2010-12, when she was still in law school and read some amazingly indiscreet and revealing statements she made about herself: that she was having ‘trouble’ with her memory, maybe it’s because of ‘all the pot’ she smoked in high school. She dropped out of high school, her parents put her into drug rehab, she didn’t finish actual high school but took the GED equivalent. Her mommy had to intervene on Facebook and tell her she was not ‘paying attention,’ meaning that these personal details were not the sort of thing you share with the world, or a future employer, doing a background check to determine if she is suitable for employment in a reputable, professional law firm. I can’t imagine how this person is going to have a career in law if she doesn’t have the good judgement and common sense to keep her addictions to herself. I haven’t looked since so maybe someone has taken her in hand and told her to remove, erase, delete, hide these statements from her account. Our lawyer was around 30 years old when she made those self-incriminating statements and she still needed her mommy to wake her up. Also, if you care to do so, have a look at some of the photos of herself she has posted, including one where she gives ‘the finger’ to the world. Right up front, right to the camera, right to all her ‘friends.’ Silly smirk on her face and the ‘efff-you’ gesture, right on Facebook. This is someone with minimal self-respect and little respect for anyone else. This is not someone I would want standing up in a court of law, representing me. I question how her soft, trendy undergraduate degree in ‘ecofeminism’ prepared her for the intellectual rigors and discipline of the law. I don’t see much reasoning and self-discipline there. As with any other monetary transaction people enter into: buyer beware! Check out your attorney for competence (and good judgement, maturity and sobriety) just as much as you would for an auto mechanic! In this instance, I would more willingly gamble on the integrity and competence of a new auto mechanic than on this ‘lawyer.’ Submitted as a public service, thanks for reading!

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