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So while the killer of Tarika Wilson has been acquitted of any wrong-doing in a criminal court, he still faces civil proceedings. Additionally, now apparently, the Justice Department is taking a look at it.

The U.S. Justice Department will review the FBI’s findings in the case to determine if federal prosecutors should bring civil rights charges against the officer.

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A separate internal investigation also is under way by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Dayton. That will help determine whether Chavalia will face any discipline by the police department. He remains suspended with pay.

Fine, so they’re having investigations. Peachy.
But where are the investigations of the higher-ups who green-lighted a domestic military incursion to prevent flushing? Where are the Justice Department investigations into, frankly, the Justice Department?
After all, they supply the kerosene that fuels the conflagration.

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