Al Sharpton Race Baiting Racism or not


…to his plans for race baiting the issue even further.

Reverend Al Sharpton speaks during a news conference held to address local media reports regarding his relationship with the FBI during the 1980s in New York April 8, 2014. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)

Appearing following the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, civil rights activist Al Sharpton criticized Prosecutor Bob McCulloch’s handling of the case, while adding the decision was “expected,” yet a “blow” to many who wanted to “see a fair and open trial.”

“It was expected, but still an absolute blow to those of us that wanted to see a fair and open trial. I think that it is clear that even when you see a blow coming that you expected, it still hurts nonetheless,” said Sharpton. “We said from the beginning, we said we had little or no confidence in this prosecutor and called for federal intervention.”

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