Officer Darren Wilson has resigned from the Ferguson Police Department, the latter, tax-payer supported organization now committed to recruiting exclusively black people to replace white people as officers of the (Eric "My People" Holder approved) law.
Wilson, the six-year law enforcement officer, wrote this letter to define his reasons for resigning:
In a telephone interview Saturday evening, Wilson said he resigned after the police department told him it had received threats that violence would ensue if he remained an employee.
“I’m resigning of my own free will,” he said. “I’m not willing to let someone else get hurt because of me.”
Wilson’s resignation letter reads, in part:
“I have been told that my continued employment may put the residents and police officers of the City of Ferguson at risk, which is a circumstance that I cannot allow.
For obvious reasons, I wanted to wait until the grand jury made their decision before I officially made my decision to resign. It was my hope to continue in police work, but the safety of other police officers and the community are of paramount importance to me. It is my hope that my resignation will allow the community to heal.”Honor and a duty to protect his fellow officers (almost all white people) from racial reprisals... the more we learn about Officer Wilson the more we understand why his fellow officers wore - to the chagrin of the Department of Justice - "I Am Darren Wilson" bracelets.
Well, now we learn something else. [Off-duty cops protect Darren Wilson, as death threats come in, Fox2Now.com, 12-3-14]:
Darren Wilson has lived in the shadows for nearly four months, changing residence from house to house, spending spare time in dark movie theaters, in hopes he won’t be spotted.
But he has not sneaked around alone. He has had protectors.
Fellow officers have been by his side day and night, as deadly threats have driven the former Ferguson police officer into hiding, after he shot unarmed teen Michael Brown in August.
“Fraternal Order of Police members from the surrounding area volunteered and have provided him with security from that time, right up until the present,” FOP spokesman Jim Pasco told CNN.
They had to, because Ferguson police were either “unwilling or unable” to protect Wilson, Pasco alleged. It was the department’s duty, he said. “That’s what the police department’s supposed to do.”
CNN has reached out for comment on Pasco’s claim to the Ferguson police department but has not heard back.
The volunteer officers are guarding Wilson in their off-duty time — without pay, Pasco said.
Early talk of cyberstalking drove Wilson underground.
He was pushing a lawn mower days after the shooting, when he was told his home address was circulating online. He realized he was a sitting duck.
“He had to leave the grass, literally, half mowed,” his lawyer, Neil Bruntrager told CNN. Wilson stuffed belongings into bags, and three hours later, he began a life out of sight.It should be noted the Ferguson Police Department has been targeted for racial cleansing by Eric "I'm also a black man" Holder, and Department of Justice has its 'Eye of Sauron' focused directly on the small suburb of St. Louis for any sign of racial profiling or anti-black sentiments.
In the eyes of the state-aligned media organs (CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX), daring to consider the forensic evidence and non-discredited eye-witness testimony of his lethal encounter with Michael Brown conclusively supports Darren Wilson is tantamount to the most shocking display of anti-black thought since George Zimmerman stalked Trayvon Martin for execution.
The Ferguson Police Department has all but decided to abandon the hiring of white males (or white women), instead embarking on a holy racial crusade that St. Martin Luther King would deem almost adequate in addressing historical racial inequities.
Almost, because white people are still employed by the Ferguson Police Department.
Why the Oath Keepers have yet to offer to protect Darren Wilson (and his pregnant wife from death threats) goes without question; for if the threats against Officer Wilson's continued employment with the Ferguson Police Department were credible enough for him to resign (to protect the lives of his former colleagues), then the threats that persist against his life since he has resigned should warrant protection from the Oath Keepers.
Though the Oath Keepers are back guarding the war zone that is the business district in Ferguson - whose members "laughed" at the St. Louis County ordinance initially causing them to abandon their voluntary defense of the city - they should be protecting Darren Wilson and looking to secure him future employment within their connected ranks.
After all, some individual demanded they be removed from Ferguson (hint: Eric Holder, the same person who was distressed with Gov. Nixon calling up the National Guard and declaring a state of emergency in Ferguson prior to the grand jury's findings); Bearing Arms reports those Oath Keepers trying to stop looting/rioting/arson from the "burn this motherfucker down" inspired rebel army (a racial-influenced rant from Michael Brown's step-dad Louis Head) had guns of the government trained on them:
“We had an alarming incident that happened last night with our team spotting what looked like a fed three-man sniper team moving into a nearby house on higher ground, and then pointing their rifles at our team of American combat veterans, while our team was guarding the buildings against looters.”
Rhodes said the team even observed the state highway patrol snipers deploy onto the roof of a nearby fire hall and point rifles at them.
“Our team leader called Unified Command to find out what was going on and then local police responded,” he explained.
He said that the local police were unaware of what the federal government were doing and that there was no coordination. “The local police are on our side and expressed gratitude for us being there, but the Feds are trying to run us out.”
Does there need to be an "independent verification" of this claim, when it's known Eric Holder was livid over the deployment of a heavy police presence in Ferguson during the August looting/rioting of the city by blacks, uttering the immortal, "get those damned tanks out of there" regarding the use of wrongly-criticized military vehicles (the lack of these vehicles when Ferguson burned on November 24th testament to the obvious necessity of such armaments to deter black looting/rioting/arson/violence)?The federal government is trying to badmouth this organization of ex-police and ex-military, even called them a “domestic terrorist” group.There has not been independent verification of the presence of federal and state law enforcement officers attempting to intimidate the Oath Keepers, though the obscure fig leaf of a law that the government used to threaten the group shows that someone worked very hard to find a dubious excuse to bring pressure to remove the group of guardians.
We live in incredibly dangerous times, when the Office of the Presidency of the United States of America and the Attorney General of the Department of Justice have publicly sided with Michael Brown and given tacit approval of the rebel army that just burned much of the business district in Ferguson to the ground.
Darren Wilson's life (as well as the life of his wife and unborn child) is still threatened, though he resigned from the Ferguson Police Department that will soon resemble the police force of Port-au-Prince, Haiti (the city will sprinting to look like the ruined capital of that black republic as well); it's time the Oath Keepers volunteer to defend him and his wife from the credible threats against his life.
The story in Ferguson should be over, but it's only just beginning.