Why We Sued St. Louis County Court To Get Michael Brown’s Juvenile Arrest Records

Charles C. Johnson
Got News

Got News filed a lawsuit against St. Louis County court today to obtain the juvenile arrest records of Michael Brown after the court denied his request. Brown was killed in a controversial altercation with Officer Darren Wilson.

Got News editor-in-chief Charles C. Johnson was told by two different law enforcement sources from St. Louis that Brown had a juvenile arrest record but that that report has been kept from the public.

There are rumors that Brown was also a member of the Crips, a notorious gang and that his death may have even brought two gangs—the Crips and the Bloods—together.

To find out if those police officers are correct requires seeing Brown’s juvenile arrest record, which ought to be freely available given that he is dead and therefore has no right to privacy remaining. Press reports say that Brown has no “adult arrest record” but how could he have one? He was only eighteen for a few months.

Knowing the truth about Brown’s past will help us gauge the credibility of his parents and family who have called him a “gentle giant.” Brown’s strong-arm robbery of a shopkeeper would seem to put the lie to this narrative but it remains. Brown’s friends—who have changed their story already—are similarly untrustworthy in the accounts they have given…



The article continues, with a copy of the suit, at Got News.



Related:  Report: Three White House Officials Attending Mike Brown Funeral – While No White House Officials Attended General Harold Greene’s…

…According to a White House official, Broderick Johnson, who heads the White House’s My Brother’s Keeper Task Force, will attend the service along with Marlon Marshall, a St. Louis native who attended high school with Brown’s mother. Heather Foster, who works with Marshall in the White House Office of Public Engagement, will also be in the pews at Brown’s funeral…


Update:  Appalling: WH ignored US general, snubbed Margaret Thatcher, sends 3 reps to Michael Brown’s funeral

…The White House has been selective in sending representatives to funerals — recall that only a low-level delegation was sent to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s service last year. More recently, the administrationpassed on sending representation to the funeral of Major General Harold Greene, the 2-star general killed in Afghanistan on Aug. 5.

The move didn’t go unnoticed by Twitter users…



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