Bob McCulloch gotta go… but it’s gonna be difficult. For one, Obama’s DOJ consigned his bs investigation into the murder of Mike Brown, second race relations are at an all-time high, white law & order country residents are not gonna vote for Wesley Bell. Third, Bell was part of the same corrupt system in Velda City before being elected to Ferguson’s ‘historic black city council’ and we see how that turned out.<br><br>I don’t see it and even if he were to win I don’t see him being a game changer for the reasons listed above.<br><br>I don’t see anybody being game changer without an independent apparatus in place that will hold them accountable as we’re seeing with St. Louis’ first black Circuit Attorney and protesters turned elected officials.

Bob McCulloch gotta go... but it's gonna be difficult. For one, Obama's DOJ consigned his bs investigation into the murder of Mike Brown, second race relations are at an all-time high, white law & order country residents are not gonna vote for Wesley Bell. Third, Bell was part of the same corrupt system in Velda City before being elected to Ferguson's 'historic black city council' and we see how that turned out.

I don't see it and even if he were to win I don't see him being a game changer for the reasons listed above.

I don't see anybody being game changer without an independent apparatus in place that will hold them accountable as we're seeing with St. Louis' first black Circuit Attorney and protesters turned elected officials.

Experience collides with the promise of change in race relations for St. Louis County prosecutor

Bob McCulloch won a seventh term as St. Louis County prosecutor on Aug. 5, 2014. Four days later, 18-year-old Michael Brown was fatally shot in Ferguson.
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