Making the facts available in the Michael Brown case is good news for all concerned.
Missouri law provides a wide range of possible charges in the Brown shooting. But a police officer can use deadly force to effect some arrests and will receive the benefit of the doubt when making a split-second decision.
A grand jury decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson with murder would be an extraordinary example of the strength of the rule of law in our country. In that sense, it should be a cause for celebration -- not for concern.
The substance of the witness testimony presented to the grand jury investigating the Michael Brown shooting will apparently be quickly released to the public -- a transparent process that should allow the public to make up its own mind about the facts.
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