Business and property owners paid the price after a grand jury decided there was no evidence to indict cop Darren Wilson.
Al Sharpton said the failure to indict Wilson is an “absolute blow” and warned “the fight is not over.”
If there was a blow, it was to Ferguson’s business owners. On Monday night over 12 buildings were torched in the city of 21,000 people. Stores were looted.
Business and property owners paid the price after a grand jury decided there was no evidence to indict Wilson.
“Justice for Mike” is not justice for the innocent victims who nothing to do with the grand jury decision.
Al Sharpton, meanwhile, is calling for more looting and arson.
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