Are We The Crazy Ones?

I would like to take this moment to congratulate the United States of America's judicial system for dropping the ball on yet another ...

I would like to take this moment to congratulate the United States of America's judicial system for dropping the ball on yet another high profile case. If you have not heard the verdict of The State of Missouri v. Darren Wilson well then you are not on any form of social media, But if you must know there was no indictment. Previous cases where the judicial system has failed the people are but not limited to The State of Florida vs. Casey Anthony and  The State of Florida v. George Zimmerman just to mention a few. As always, the reason for not indicting is not enough evidence, which I see as total "BULL&#*+", please excuse my French. Surprisingly, this does not wow me to the point of losing sleep over because it has become second nature in the land we live in. To quote the late Johnnie Cochran “If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit” well the glove fits and properly too. When events like this occur, it tends to leave a sour taste of distrust in the mouths of the people, Should the justice system continue to fail our people? Those who continue to believe in the justice system might be referred to as crazy. The simplest definition of crazy is doing the same thing continuously and expecting different results. Likewise, choosing to have faith in a system that fails to hold the accused accountable might make one crazy. Let’s keep the small town of Ferguson Missouri in our prayers. A community frustrated already put its faith in the legal system and it failed them. Can this be the Watts Riots on our generation? ONLY TIME WILL TELL.
T.K and OluBaba

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