Soon after the grand jury’s decision was announced, Mayor Kevin Johnson called it “just a sad day for America, in my opinion, when you think about injustice and all the things that have happened over the history of time. This one just doesn’t feel right.”
Soon after the grand jury’s decision was announced, Mayor Kevin Johnson called it “just a sad day for America, in my opinion, when you think about injustice and all the things that have happened over the history of time. This one just doesn’t feel right.” Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Soon after the grand jury’s decision was announced, Mayor Kevin Johnson called it “just a sad day for America, in my opinion, when you think about injustice and all the things that have happened over the history of time. This one just doesn’t feel right.” Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
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Sacramento police union head criticizes mayor’s comments on Ferguson indictment decision

November 25, 2014 08:05 PM

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