Ferguson Cop Darren Wilson Skips Sixth Court Hearing Since ShootingThe Ferguson police officer who shot dead an unarmed teenager there in August failed to appear in a Missouri court Monday for the hearing of a man he arrested on felony drug charges, forcing the judge to let the suspect walk free. The ruling to dismiss the case marks the sixth
time Officer Darren Wilsons absence from court has resulted in a dismissal, a county attorney told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Attorneys for the defendant, Christopher A. Brooks, said Wilson could not be compelled to appear in court so long as he was on paid administrative leave from the police force. Darren Wilson has remained in hiding since Browns shooting in August prompted we
eks of angry demonstration in Ferguson, Miss., with many calling for Wilsons arrest for murder. [St. Louis Post-Dispatch] Most Popular on TIME 1 Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to 170 in China
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