As of Thursday afternoon, Officer Michael Slager hadn't even reached his first 1000 dollars from crowdfunding sites.
With higher than normal turnout, Ferguson, Missouri added two African-American representatives to the city council on Tuesday night.
Just in case there are folks out there who are still clinging to the hope that the Ferguson police and city officials were accused of racism for no reason, here's the ugly proof of what went on behind the scenes.
During Friday morning's broadcast of Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski tried with all of her might to give Jeff Roorda, the business manager of the St. Louis Police Officers Association, every opportunity to walk back comments he made to Fox News the previous day about Ferguson protesters wanting "dead cops."
Instead of the story being about Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson finally resigning, Thursday morning's headlines are filled with reports that two police officers were shot and wounded during protests in front of the Ferguson Police Department.
Hours after the Department of Justice released a report Wednesday highlighting systemic racial discrimination committed by the Ferguson Police Department, protesters gathered in front of the police station in Ferguson to call for change and the dismantling of the current department.
Jeff Roorda, the business manager for the St. Louis Police Officers Association, interrupted a meeting at St. Louis City Hall Wednesday evening and sparked a melee when he pushed a young black woman to the ground.
Witnesses, experts and evidence would supposedly direct the jurors to a final decision; either the return of a True Bill indictment, followed by a trial, or no charge at all.
During a comprehensive interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep that was released Monday, President Obama spoke at length on a number of hot-button topics and issues that have come to the forefront in 2014. One of the issues he touched on was race relations in this country.
After midnight had struck and another Christmas had passed, activists and protesters in and around Ferguson got word that a memorial in honor of slain teenager Michael Brown had been run over by a car and basically destroyed. they spent the next two hours rebuilding it.
Late Tuesday night a white police officer shot and killed an 18-year-old black male after an interaction at a gas station in Berkeley, Missouri.
In an interview with a St. Louis radio station Friday, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch admitted he let witnesses who "clearly were not telling the truth" testify before a grand jury that decided not to indict former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
In an interview with Fusion that will air in its entirety Tuesday evening, former President Bill Clinton told interviewer Jorge Ramos that Eric Garner did not deserve to die for the minor crime of selling untaxed cigarettes.
On Monday, The Smoking Gun published a lengthy report exposing "Witness 40," a woman who testified before the St. Louis County grand jury who corroborated all of the main details of former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson's story regarding his encounter with unarmed teenager Michael Brown in August.
PoliticusUSA's Justin Baragona was on the scene during a protest march through downtown St. Louis Friday morning.
Ferguson protesters marching through Missouri on their way to Jefferson City were met by angry residents in the small town of Rosebud. The residents left fried chicken in the road and waved a Confederate flag, along with verbally assaulting the protesters with racial slurs.
NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo will not be indicted on any charges relating to the death of Staten Island man Eric Garner. Garner's death was the result of a chokehold used by Pantaleo during an arrest.
The latest "blame Obama" crusade is reaction to the President's request for funding to train and outfit racist cops with body cameras.
In Limbaugh's mind. Obama, Holder and all the other race hustlers feel that they didn't "get a win" with the Michael Brown case and now want to frame and railroad another cop over a race-based death.
For decent Americans it is beyond comprehension that it is acceptable for white supremacists, whether they are St. Louis-area cops or owners of a sports bar, to demand that African Americans suffer punishment for exercising their constitutional rights.