St. Louis Alderman: Wilson ‘Cold, Remorseless,’ More Resignations Are Needed

St. Louis alderman Antonio French was not impressed by Former Ferguson officer Darren Wilson’s first televised interview with George Stephanopoulos, telling This Week Sunday morning that Wilson’s answered came off as canned, and that his was only the first of several resignations that need to happen.

“I found officer Wilson to be remorseless, cold,” French said, adding that the Grand Jury process deprived the Ferguson community of any closure. “Frankly a lot of his answers sounded prepared by a lawyer.”

“There are many more resignations that need to happen in order for this community to begin healing,” French said, naming Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson and other officers. “The thing we haven’t seen is a lot of government accountability.”

Darren Wilson resigned from the police force Saturday night. Chief Jackson was rumored to be resigning several weeks ago, rumors he denied.

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