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Mo. the other from St Louis County—were seriously injured Lawrence Bryant—St Louis American/Reuters 1 of 23 Advertisement McCulloch has said that those decisions were made in an attempt to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into an unfolding case that became a flashpoint for a national debate over police behavior and race relations The lawsuit suggests that Grand Juror Doe disagreed with the manner in which evidence was presented to the panel and likely the decision not to charge Wilson with a crime It argues that because of the unique nature of the case as well as McCulloch’s pledge to provide the public with a full accounting of the court’s proceedings the standard of secrecy is outweighed by the plaintiff’s right to free speech "The rules of secrecy must yield because this is a highly unusual circumstance” said Tony Rothert the legal director of the ACLU of Missouri “The First Amendment prevents the state from imposing a lifetime gag order in cases where the prosecuting attorney has purported to be transparent" Impartial legal experts say that McCulloch’s choices in how to present the case were lawful But nobody including McCulloch disputes the process was unusual In normal cases a grand-jury hearing can be a formality that features few witnesses often none presented by the defense An old saw holds that a prosecutor could get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich In contrast the 12 members of the Ferguson panel (nine white three black) were asked to sift through mountains of evidence to determine whether the accused was guilty beyond a reasonable doubt In effect the prosecuting attorney treated the grand jury in many ways as if it were a trial jurybut without the same openness and with an indefinite ban on discussing the experience As a result the plaintiff alleges the members of the panel should be permitted to share their opinions about the case which might “contribute to the current public dialogue concerning race relations” The suit states: In Plaintiffs view the current information available about the grand jurors views is not entirely accurateespecially the implication that all grand jurors believed that there was no support for any charges Moreover the public characterization of the grand jurors view of witnesses and evidence does not accord with Plaintiffs own Plaintiff also wishes to express opinions about: whether the release of records has truly provided transparency; Plaintiffs impression that evidence was presented differently than in other cases with the insinuation that Brown not Wilson was the wrongdoer; and questions about whether the grand jury was clearly counseled on the law Edward Magee a spokesman for McCulloch said the prosecuting attorney had no comment because he had not yet been served with the lawsuit Read the entire lawsuit here Write to Alex Altman at [email protected] appended May 27 Rick Santorum was closing out his speech to the GOPs governing class at a posh desert resort near Phoenix His time to address the Republican National Committee coming to a close he took a moment to remind the partys elders of their history "We stick with tradition" the former Senator from Pennsylvania said in early May With restless party chairmen and activists shifting in their seats the failed 2012 candidate made a not-so-subtle pitch for the Santorum for President 2016 Edition which started on Wednesday with a rally in Cabot Pa "Since primaries and caucuses went into effect every Republican nominee has met one of three tests" Santorum said in Arizona "One they were Vice President Two they were the son of a former President And three they came in second place the last time and ran again and won" If history were predictive of how Republicans pick their nominee then 2016s nomination should be Santorums for the taking He came in second to Romney in 2012 and in his telling won as many nominating contests as Reagan did during his 1976 bid (In truth Reagan won 11 primaries in 23 states whereas Santorum won a combined 11 contests in states that held primaries and caucuses) Politics Newsletter Sign up to receive the day’s top political stories View Sample Sign Up Now But history alone is not going to overcome Santorums significant obstacles as he seeks the White House for a second time With a penchant for incendiary language a stronger crop of likely competitors an expected nine-figure deficit against his rivals for the nod few of his competitors now count him in the top tier of candidates and there are serious questions about him even making the cut for the first debate on Aug 6 “I know what its like to be an underdog" Santorum said in Pennsylvanias Butler County on Wednesday beginning an uphill climb for the nomination "Four years ago well no one gave us much of a chance But we won 11 states We got 4 million votes And its not just because I stood for something Its because I stood for someone: the American worker" But this time Santorum faces a tougher field of competitors Fresh-faced newcomers such as Sen Marco Rubio of Florida and Sen Rand Paul of Kentucky have the GOP optimistic it can appeal beyond its shrinking footprint Conservative rock stars such as Wisconsin Gov Scott Walker and Sen Ted Cruz of Texas can electrify crowds Former Arkansas Gov Mike Huckabee can tap into his past as a Baptist pastor and whip the Christian conservative base of the party into a frenzy And former Florida Gov Jeb Bush has the pedigree and roster of campaign donors that might overshadow missing other traits voters say they are seeking Santorum out of office since early 2007 after losing reelection by 18 percentage points can do none of those He is 57a decade older than some of his rivals and roughly in the middle of the pack when it comes to birthdays He fails to energize conservative audiences with speeches that are closer to college lectures than political rallying cries He speaks about his faith in deeply personal ways but cannot match Huckabee in the pulpit And Santorum is an admittedly terrible fundraiser often turning off would-be donors with his contrarian style “The last race we changed the debate” Santorum told his kick-off rally “This race with your help and Gods grace we can change this nation Join us" His crowds so far this year have been thin But Santorum is used to that He toiled in relative obscurity in 2011 visiting all 99 Iowa counties in the passenger seat of an activists pickup He staged a surprise win in the leadoff caucuses but had insufficient infrastructure to capitalize on Iowa’s enthusiasm Instead he turned to often divisive and cantankerous rhetoric For instance Santorum could seldom open his mouth with unleashing an invective about others and cast himself as a victim He called Romney "the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama" He said John F Kennedys 1960 speech in which the future president said "the separation of church and state is absolute" made the Pennsylvania Senator "want to throw up" Santorum promised that as President he would talk about "the dangers of contraception in this country the whole sexual libertine idea" Earlier this year Santorum told NBC News that his 2012 campaign was defined by "dumb things" he said and "crazy stuff that doesnt have anything to do with anything" He acknowledges things went off the rails the further into the nominating process he hobbled even as his campaign was running out of cash and the White House nod grew increasingly impossible to snag Even so Santorum crowed to a tea party crowd in South Carolina earlier this year: "I was the last person standing" He earned 234 pledged delegates to the partys nominating convention in Tampa Romney had amassed more than 1400 Even so Santorum tells voters and reporters his political endurance qualifies him to become the nominee this time He insists he is battle-tested under pressure unlike his rivals “As youve seen Commander in Chief is not an entry-level position and the White House is the last place for on-the-job training” Santorum said Wednesday Santorum has his history right Mitt Romney was rewarded the nomination in 2012 after failing to win it in 2008 John McCains 2000 failed run was rewarded with the nomination in 2008 Bob Dole won the nomination in 1992 after an unsuccessful turn as the GOPs 1976 Vice Presidential nominee George HW Bush was the nominee in 1988 after losing to Ronald Reagan in the 1980 primaries and then serving eight years as his Vice President Reagan himself won the 1980 nomination after failing to win the nod in 1976 Richard Nixon won the White House in 1968; he served eight years as Dwight D Eisenhowers Vice President before losing the Presidency as the GOP nominee in 1960 Only four times in the last 60 years has the Republican electorate nominated a Presidential neophyteand the most recent examples are suspect at best George W Bush the son of a President won the White House in 2000 as a first-time national candidate Gerald Ford rose to the Presidency after Nixons resignation and lost the White House in 1976 to Democrat Jimmy Carter as a first-time coast-to-coast candidate Barry Goldwater came up short as the GOP nominee in 1964 and Eisenhower won the 1952 nomination and Presidency as a first-time political candidate But those figuresnew and veteranran sophisticated campaigns and had not alienated great swaths of the GOP Santorum’s situation looks different with several of his former top advisers having defected for other campaigns: 2012 campaign manager Mike Biundo is a Paul senior adviser Spokespeople Hogan Gidley and Alice Stewart have signed with Huckabee Even Santorums erstwhile driver from 2012 Chuck Laudner has abandoned himfor Donald Trump Correction: The original version of this story misstated the date of the first Republican presidential debate It is Aug 6 See the 2016 Candidates’ Campaign Launches Sen Ted Cruz kicked off his campaign for 2016 Republican presidential nomination at Liberty University in Lynchburg Va on March 23 Tom Williams—CQ-Roll Call/Getty Images Kentucky Sen Rand Paul launched his bid for the Republican nomination at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville on April 7 Supporters held signs with the slogan "Defeat the Washington Machine / Unleash the American Dream" Amy Harris—Corbis Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced her campaign in a YouTube video posted April 12 that has been seen nearly 45 million times One boy featured in the video boasted about playing a fish in a school play Hillary For America Florida Sen Marco Rubio announced his campaign for the Republican nomination during a rally at the Freedom Tower in Miami on April 13 He took a drink of water during the speech a callback to his State of the Union response in 2013 Wilfredo Lee—AP Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders announced his bid for the Democratic nomination across the street from the US Capitol on April 30 2015 The backdrop was unusual since most candidates rail against Washington Jonathan Ernst—Reuters Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson announced his bid for the Republican nomination at the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts May 4 2015 in Detroit Michigan The launch featured a gospel choir covering Eminem’s "Lose Yourself" Bill Pugliano—Getty Images Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina announced her campaign for the Republican nomination in a conference call on May 4 then went on "Good Morning America" to talk to George Stephanopoulos Lou Rocco—Getty Images Former Arkansas Gov Mike Huckabee announced his campaign at a community college in his hometown of Hope Ark, 2015, potato growers on federal legislative, D.

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