Michael Brown’s mother to address UN in Geneva on police brutality

Michael Brown’s mother to address UN in Geneva on police brutality

[Ed. – Who’a paying her travel expenses?]

The mother of 18-year-old Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager shot to death by a police officer during an altercation in Ferguson, Mo., is going to Geneva, Switzerland to address the United Nations on police brutality.

Never mind that the investigation into the incident is ongoing, and it has yet to be determined that Officer Darren Wilson is guilty of any such brutality.

In fact, according to The Washington Post, Justice Department investigators “have all but concluded they do not have a strong enough case to bring civil rights charges against Darren Wilson.”

Nevertheless, Lesley McSpadden will be in Switzerland next month to talk about her son and other victims of police brutality, according to Vice News.

McSpadden was in the news last week when she was involved in a physical altercation with other family members, including Brown’s grandmother, who were selling swag bearing his name from a parking lot.

“You can`t sell this shit,” McSpadden yelled, according to one eyewitness.

Police were called and a cousin was taken to the hospital, but there were no arrests.

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