Michael Brown’s Parents Get “A Lot of Love” From UN for Bashing America

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After the parents of Michael Brown did not get the “justice” they desired from investigators who found that the fatal shooting of their son was warranted, due to the fact that he had assaulted officer Darren Wilson and reached for his weapon, they decided to go to the United Nations. They were apparently “received very well.” Leslie McSpadden, Brown’s mother, told CNN from Geneva, Switzerland on Tuesday, “They’ve given us a lot of love and support since we’ve been here. And everything seems to be positive. It’s a — it’s a great experience.”

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Michael Brown, Sr. says they went to the U.N. in the first place to expose “what’s going on in the United States and all over the world with the police, police brutality, no justice, just trying to get the eye opened up, attention to the situation that’s going on in St. Louis and all over America.” Brown Sr. accused officer Wilson of “playing the part of a judge, a prosecutor and an exeuter (sic) that day, that moment he interacted with our son.”

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Apparently, Leslie McSpadden and Michael Brown, Sr. would have expected officer Wilson to stand still and allow their son to shoot him, instead of defending himself. If the pair have to go all the way to the U.N. to voice their utterly ridiculous opinions, they are willing to do so. Let us know what you what you think of this mess in the comments section.

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