By Charley Wilkison
CLEAT Executive Director
If Officer Darren Wilson had been murdered with his own weapon, the sod would already be level over his grave and the dormant roots of autumn grass would be waiting patiently for spring.
If he had not regained control of his service weapon inside his own unit, he would be dead.
If Officer Wilson had been the one to die, there would have been no federal inquiry, and the media would not have covered it except the local news might have had a few shots of the bagpiper at the police funeral. President Obama would not have said anything.