He was banned permanently by Twitter, but right wing hatchet man Chuck C. Johnson still had an appeal filed with the Missouri Supreme Court, trying to get the juvenile records (if any) of Michael Brown unsealed, so he could prove Brown was a “violent criminal” who deserved to be shot down in the street. (Johnson claimed he had law enforcement sources who told him Brown had been charged with second degree murder as a juvenile, but the Juvenile Court attorney flatly denied Brown had ever been charged with a felony.)
Last September, the St. Louis County Court officially denied Johnson’s lawsuit to get Brown’s records, and yesterday the Missouri Supreme Court shut this deranged quest down for good. Here’s a screenshot of the ruling from Missouri Casenet:
A “writ of mandamus” is a command to take an administrative action; in this case Chuck was trying to get the Supreme Court to compel the St. Louis County Juvenile Court to unseal Brown’s records. Denied! So ends the final chapter of this sordid story.
Before he was banned from Twitter, Chuck Johnson would have been ranting about this on his website. But it’s now been 26 days since he’s updated anything at the site.