Darren Wilson Confident Feds Will Clear Him

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November 28, 2014 7:36am PST

A federal investigation has been launched into Darren Wilson’s role in the Michael Brown shooting, but the police officer isn’t worried.

The justice department is currently investigating whether Wilson violated Michael Brown’s civil rights when he shot him, but Wilson is confident that they will find “nothing.” He claims that he has never been accused of acting in a racist manner during his law enforcement career.

Wilson has repeatedly said that he was just doing his job when he shot the 18 year-old.

“I did my job and followed my training,” Wilson said. “The training took over.”

“I stand by what I did,” he added. “I stand by my training, and just have to wait and see what they determine.”

Despite Wilson’s confidence, Attorney General Eric Holder is still coming after him.

“While the grand jury proceeding in St. Louis County has concluded, the Justice Department’s investigation into the shooting of Michael Brown remains ongoing,” Holder said.

“In addition, the Department continues to investigate allegations of unconstitutional policing patterns or practices by the Ferguson Police Department,” he added.

Wilson, however, isn’t afraid Obama’s lapdog Holder. When asked if he was confident that no charges would be brought against him, the cop had a very simple answer:

“Yeah.”

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H/T: Daily Mail

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