He then threw Officer Darren Wilson under the bus and apologized to the Brown family on behalf of the police.

Via CNS News:

 In a speech at a service for the unarmed 18-year-old killed by police last week, Capt. Ron Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, who was put in charge of the police response in Ferguson, Mo., said Sunday that we should thank Michael Brown’s family, because Michael will “make it better for our sons so they can be better black men.”

“We all ought to be thanking the Browns for Michael, because Michael’s going to make it better for our sons, so they can be better black men, so they can be better for our daughters, so they can be better black women, better for me, so I can be a better black father, and we know they’re gonna make our mommas even better than they are today,” said Johnson.

Johnson apologized to the Brown family.

“I wear this uniform, and I should stand up here and say that I’m sorry,” he said.

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