The quiet competence of Officer Darren Wilson remains in question but not his actions in the line of duty. Misdirecting the fuming anger towards the lone officer will not help to prosecute dishonest politicians, administrators, trustees, prosecutors and other officials who are the true masters of the corrupt system or provide any comfort to Michael Brown family. All of us have responsibilities to respect the laws of the land and continue to work harder to improve the judicial process at every level of our government. Citizens have even bigger responsibility to remain calm, peaceful and not to violate the trust of their own communities.
Michael Brown’s death and or any other death of human being here at home or abroad are clear signals that we must change how our governments govern. Indeed, we need major reforms in policy making process and being creative when commissioning, appointing and electing leadership at local, city, county, state and federal levels.
In order to build better communities, elementary and high schools education should be expanded to teach the rules of laws of civilized communities and how all citizens can participate to help form a better government. Equal opportunities, justice and freedom should not be the words in the framed constitution on the wall but we must practice them on a daily basis.