Article quote: "The state's case is being overseen by St. Louis County
Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch, who is white, and remains in charge despite
mounting pressure to step aside from some local residents and black St. Louis
area officials who believe he cannot be impartial."Ok, so let me
get this straight: blacks are claiming that a white person is absolutely
incapable of conducting an impartial, unbiased investigation of a black teenager
being killed but a black personleading the investigation will SURELY be totally
unbiased and neutral?Sorry, but I'm not buying it.It is primarily the blacks who are clamoring for 'justice', and even
pushing for it by riots and other violent, destructive acts. Why would someone
think that a black person, motivated by a black crowd be impervious to peer
pressure?Not saying they can't, just saying they are in no
better a position than the current white individual, and probably in a worse
position since it is not the white community that demands 'justice'.
Bottom line: Let the investigator do his job.