Attacks against Darren Wilson continue

All manner of threats continue to be lobbed against Officer Wilson – the most recent being this, as Yahoo News reports:

Darren Wilson may have resigned from the Ferguson Police Department, but a group of attorneys wants the controversial officer stripped of his right to carry a badge anywhere in Missouri.

In a nine-page petition, the National Bar Association — the country’s oldest and largest group of African American attorneys and judges — asks the Missouri Department of Public Safety to revoke Wilson’s law enforcement license. (snip)

Missouri's 17,500 officers are licensed by the DPS. By law, the state's top cop can discipline officers who have “committed any criminal offense, whether or not a criminal charge has been filed.”

Missouri DPS Director Dan Isom has the authority to discipline the state's licensed police officers. (AP/Post- …

Among other claims, the bar association alleges Wilson assaulted and murdered the 18-year-old Brown. The petition requests that DPS Director Daniel Isom immediately suspend Wilson’s license and to seek to have it permanently dismissed.

Apparently, Wilson’s life has not been ruined enough for members of the black community bent on injecting race into situations when there is zero evidence that it was a factor in anything!

Wilson needs our support.  As I wrote in a blog last week, there have been numerous Facebook pages and funds set up with the stated mission being support for Darren Wilson.  It’s been difficult, if not impossible, to know which ones are legitimate and which are fraudulent.  I promised AT readers I would monitor the situation and report back once I knew of a reliable fund to accept our donations.

Per the Ferguson Police Department, a fund has been established at a new bank (apparently there was a prior fund elsewhere) to help Officer Darren Wilson.  If you would like to make a donation, please send your check to:

Darren Wilson Fund

PO Box 11418

Clayton, MO  63105

I hope AT readers will keep Wilson’s ongoing plight close at heart and will join me in making a donation to this fund.  Wilson’s professional life was destroyed for no reason, his safety remains in jeopardy, and the media and political leaders continue to smear his good name (along with the name of police officers across America).  I hope and pray that Officer Wilson will stay safe and carve out a new path for himself.

Until then, he needs our financial help.

All manner of threats continue to be lobbed against Officer Wilson – the most recent being this, as Yahoo News reports:

Darren Wilson may have resigned from the Ferguson Police Department, but a group of attorneys wants the controversial officer stripped of his right to carry a badge anywhere in Missouri.

In a nine-page petition, the National Bar Association — the country’s oldest and largest group of African American attorneys and judges — asks the Missouri Department of Public Safety to revoke Wilson’s law enforcement license. (snip)

Missouri's 17,500 officers are licensed by the DPS. By law, the state's top cop can discipline officers who have “committed any criminal offense, whether or not a criminal charge has been filed.”

Missouri DPS Director Dan Isom has the authority to discipline the state's licensed police officers. (AP/Post- …

Among other claims, the bar association alleges Wilson assaulted and murdered the 18-year-old Brown. The petition requests that DPS Director Daniel Isom immediately suspend Wilson’s license and to seek to have it permanently dismissed.

Apparently, Wilson’s life has not been ruined enough for members of the black community bent on injecting race into situations when there is zero evidence that it was a factor in anything!

Wilson needs our support.  As I wrote in a blog last week, there have been numerous Facebook pages and funds set up with the stated mission being support for Darren Wilson.  It’s been difficult, if not impossible, to know which ones are legitimate and which are fraudulent.  I promised AT readers I would monitor the situation and report back once I knew of a reliable fund to accept our donations.

Per the Ferguson Police Department, a fund has been established at a new bank (apparently there was a prior fund elsewhere) to help Officer Darren Wilson.  If you would like to make a donation, please send your check to:

Darren Wilson Fund

PO Box 11418

Clayton, MO  63105

I hope AT readers will keep Wilson’s ongoing plight close at heart and will join me in making a donation to this fund.  Wilson’s professional life was destroyed for no reason, his safety remains in jeopardy, and the media and political leaders continue to smear his good name (along with the name of police officers across America).  I hope and pray that Officer Wilson will stay safe and carve out a new path for himself.

Until then, he needs our financial help.