It's maddening isn't it? No, not the fact that the cop didn't get indicted, but the fact that through due process a choice has been made that people can't accept. And whilst ok, the police maybe and probably do look after their own, people can't just go ballistic over the fact they lost a decision. Most people, myself included don't have any idea of the evidence, or anything remotely looking like a fact in this mess. However what i do know is fact; a man has lost his life, another man will find it difficult to have a life. And that the looters et all are criminals of the lowest order and have nothing to do with Mr Brown, or the actual topics at stake. But if you look deeper and wonder why this behavior comes about, you only have to look to the very top of society. Most of the looters are just poor people getting 'caught' trying to do what the people in power are doing that 'don't get caught'. The media coverage last night was ghoulish and grotesque, made like some mash up of Anchorman, Nightcrawler and a nightmare from the depths of a David Lynch/Chris Morris collaboration, a 'new' format of reality 'REALITY' television so much so i could almost smell the tear gas through my tv set. All the audience needed was a 'death' on air. To me this has become so warped, that people are just missing key points from both angles on how to move society forward in all of this. The whole thing can be addressed as: race vs race, police vs civilians, poor vs rich, just vs unjust and also a mixture of all of these things. No one comes out of this smelling of roses, not even you or I who may or may not have our own opinions and agendas behind who, or what happened on that fateful night. A lose/lose situation no matter how you chose to look at it.