Ferguson: Off-Duty Cops Protect Man Who Shot Brown
Darren Wilson screwed up badly, took a life, and should have been prosecuted, but no one should have to live in fear of a revenge killing.
(CNN) — Darren Wilson has lived in the shadows for nearly four months, changing residence from house to house, spending spare time in dark movie theaters, in hopes he won’t be spotted.
But he has not sneaked around alone. He has had protectors.
Fellow officers have been by his side day and night, as deadly threats have driven the former Ferguson police officer into hiding, after he shot unarmed teen Michael Brown in August.