Ferguson police officer resigned on safety concerns
Grand jury of the US black policeman who shot dead after being declared innocent protests across the country. Ferguson: United States of black teenager shot dead by police in protests across the country, resigned from employment.
According to foreign news agency, 28-year-old police officer Darren Darren Wilson’s lawyer argued that the August 9 after the incident on administrative leave while the grand jury was declared innocent of but he decided to resign from office nationwide protests against the court’s decision and the clashes.
White police officers who shot unarmed black teenager died this summer in St. Louis suburb decision because of opposition from fellow officers threaten to resign after power, the grand jury decided not to prosecute him, his lawyer said Sunday.
The incident galvanized way police and US critics of the criminal justice system to African Americans and other minority groups, and led to Ferguson sometimes violent protests in major cities across the country and months.
The Darren Wilson in August, shot dead 18-year-old black youth was nearly 3 months after the grand jury ruled that police officers found guilty of not being declared innocent of the US states in the protests and hundreds took to the streets against the decision of the court, the protesters clashed with police in which dozens of people were also injured.
Darren Wilson’s resignation, announced on Saturday, came nearly four months after officers shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, August 9.
Wilson, who said he was self-defense, defense, and his conscience is clear, has been on administrative leave and seclusion.