Birth Name: Montel Williams
Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Williams made his dramatic debut in the TV movie "Perry Mason: The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host" (NBC, 1993) and later starred in the short-lived CBS series "Matt Waters" (1996) as a concerned and caring high school teacher. While his daytime show thrived, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and he began to actively manage the disease. He occasionally continued to dabble in acting, most notably with a recurring part on a few episodes of the military series "JAG" (CBS, 1995-2005). In 2008, "The Montel Williams Show" was canceled, and he moved on to a stint on the soap opera "Guiding Light" (CBS, 1952-2009). Eventually turning to infomercials, Williams later revisited acting with ...
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#ferguson I have no dog in this race but FAIR AND IMPARTIAL JUSTICE for Michael Brown and for Darren Wilson. If it was a bad shoot, there must be justice served for the death of a teenager. If it was a good shoot, Officer Wilson is entitled to public vindication. I'm skeptical of people proclaiming they are "positive" of the answer to that question - we haven't seen the entirety of the evidence.
The selective leaks (from the very beginning) are ridiculous and serve simply to stir up chaos and confusion. I'm supportive of releasing information - have been since the start - let them release a set of information PUBLICLY, not by having "unnamed law enforcement sources briefed on an investigation" run around to reporters providing third hand information that is selectively provided. This is a strange way to run a candy store and I've thought all along the Missouri AG should have taken over.
Unfortunately, for reasons passing understanding, the St. Louis County DA seems to be hell bent on making this process difficult. I read a stat from a law professor indicating most homicide grand juries take 1-3 days to reach a probable cause determination. I can see a week or two, but months? It leads to the presumption that the DA's office is attempting to inundate the Grand Jury and that this is an exercise in not getting an indictment on the one hand (presuming a bad shoot), and on the flip side, prolongs Darren Wilson's ordeal if it was a good shoot. Neither is fair.
For justice to be done, there must be fairness and transparency. If a fair and transparent process in the State and Federal investigations concur that Officer Wilson did nothing wrong, he should have the benefit of that vindication - if the reverse is true, he should face a jury of his peers.
The way this is being handled would lead me to wonder about the outcome whatever that may be.
In my opinion, someone needs to hire St. Louis County a media relations consultant reporting to the county executive and the county supervisors who is the single point of coordination for what gets released to the press - no more sneaky anonymous unnamed sources scurrying about to reporters - that's not justice its amateur hour.
Thursday 23rd of October 2014 10:34:27 AM
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#ottawastrong Way to be Pittsburgh Penguins - this is great!
Some things are bigger than hockey. Earlier tonight, Penguins fans sang along with the Canadian national anthem.
Thursday 23rd of October 2014 01:52:31 AM
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