September 3rd, 2014
11:35 PM ET

Should Michael Brown's juvenile court record be released?

Michael Brown was 18 years old when he was shot and killed by Officer Darren Wilson. Now a judge is deciding whether to release his juvenile court records. This legal battle began when a pair of media outlets petitioned to make the records public. At a hearing today, a court official said that Brown had no serious felony convictions as a juvenile. What would be gained by releasing these records? Anderson spoke with CNN legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin and Mark Geragos and legal affairs commentator Areva Martin.

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  1. warthog6

    Its a good thing that when a black man attacks an ASIAN and jumps a WHITE cop, that the DOJ examines the racist motives of the cops who stop him.

    What with the VA murdering the disabled veterans its supposed to be saving, and mocking their surviving widows and orphans with a stupid Oscar the Grouch puppet, its not like the DOJ has anything better to do.

    Maybe Oscar the Grouch can fend off the ISIS Jihad massacre headed your way, and the would-be cop-killers as well. There's no way I'm re-enlisting after this, or ever becoming a cop.

    You can send your stupid puppets out to fight your wars from now on.

    September 6, 2014 at 12:07 pm |

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