Shaun King describes himself on Twitter as “Family Man; Author; Activist; Entrepreneur; Teacher; Fighter; Mountaineer; Organizer; Web Developer; Soccer Coach; Writer
@DailyKos TIPS: firstname.lastname@example.org”. He has made it his mission to follow the murder of Michael Brown, by police officer Darren Wilson, and to get to the bottom of it and bring justice.
What many others in the media might not be aware of, this is something called “journalism”. Not everyone follows Twitter, but if you do nothing else you may want to follow Shaun King.
Today, the St. Louis, MO grand jury says that there isn’t enough evidence to indict Darren Wilson. I, and Shaun King, think that’s a little more than fishy.
Follow these tweets from 10 to 1 (with two numbered at “5” and “1”, but you’ll get over it):
These are important questions. None of which have been answered. Why? Because Shaun King, not the Prosecution, is asking them.
Will there be justice for Mike Brown? Or will Darren Wilson get away with murder?