Ferguson Prosecutor Defends Himself, Urges Missouri Governor To ‘Man Up’

St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch slammed Governor Jay Nixon for not being clear about whether he should recuse himself

Ferguson Prosecutor Defends Himself, Urges Missouri Governor to ‘Man Up’ (Mediaite)

St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCullochsaid in a radio interview Wednesday that despite calls for him to recuse himself of Michael Brownpolice shooting case, he plans to stay and he asked that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) either support McCulloch’s decision or use his authority to remove him.

Some have said McCulloch cannot objectively work on the case since his own father, a police officer, was killed in a shooting. McCulloch is to present evidence to a grand jury that will decide whether Darren Wilson, the officer who shot unarmed black 18-year-old Michael Brown dead.

McCulloch has maintained that he will handle the case fairly. For his part, Nixon has said McCulloch can recuse himself but has not said he believes McCulloch should.

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