Missouri Fraternal Order of Police President: ‘Justice Needs To Go Both Ways’

‘We’re open for a very thorough investigation, but we’re very concerned about the due process rights of Darren’

Police Union: 'Justice Needs to Go Both Ways' (CNS News)

Sergeant Kevin Ahlbrand, president of the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, says the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown has been vilified in the press and by politicians before the facts are known.

"Justice needs to go both ways," Ahlbrand told Fox News's Megyn Kelly Tuesday night.

"We routinely don't comment on these cases until the facts are in. But we thought it was very necessary that we say, hey, we're open for a very thorough investigation, but we're very concerned about the due process rights of Darren."

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