We can’t judge anyone yet in Ferguson shooting

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Michael Brown’s life was worth more than a box of cheap cigars, but according to our laws, Officer Darren Wilson is innocent until proven guilty. 

If he faces charges his fate should be decided by a jury and not by mob rule or a Rob Rogers cartoon.

At this point in the investigation process, the public is not in possession of all the facts (“Panel to Hear Evidence in Mo. Shooting,” Aug. 20). The evidence should always supersede emotion and opinion.

JOHN SKARNS
Ingram


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