#Ferguson Mob Taunts Judge at Her Home – Media Calls It “Activism”

In the New St. Louis…
** Leaving letters full of demands at the door of a Judge’s home is not a threat.
** Knocking on the door of all of her neighbors is not a shakedown.
** Demanding a special prosecutor after Wilson has been cleared of wrongdoing is not double jeopardy.

No, this is all described as “activism” by “peaceful” protesters.
At least that’s how the St. Louis Post-Dispatch describes it.
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Maybe they would feel differently if the “activists” were showing up on their doorstep and went around and harassed their neighbors?

Via the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

About a dozen activists went door to door handing out fliers in the Warson Woods neighborhood of St. Louis County Circuit Judge Maura McShane Sunday afternoon.

The group wants to encourage the judge to appoint a special prosecutor to open up a new case against Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, said Julia Ho, spokeswoman for Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE).

The group also went to talk to McShane about predatory municipal court practices in St. Louis County, Ho said. In October, some activists met with the judge who is presiding judge of the circuit court and has administrative authority over the municipal courts. They talked with the judge then in her courtroom about their concerns, but she hasn’t been in contact with them since, Ho said.

After the group spoke with some of McShane’s neighbors, they knocked on McShane’s door just after 3 p.m. but no one answered. They left a folder with letters demanding a new grand jury in Wilson’s case at her doorstep.

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