I am still not seeing how leaving out supposed eyewitnesses gets the DA props.
I can see how those left out of the process would be standing in front of the cameras saying, "yeah, I saw it and they wouldn't even let me testify" "This thing has been rigged from the beginning"
Then on the Huddle, the battle cry would have been the same. "hey, DA wouldn't even let the people that saw it testify"
And does bringing people with all kinds of different stories overload the minds of the GJ? What would have happened in a real trial?
The job of the DA in this particular instance is to put forward structure for the GJ, along with witnesses that corroborate it, to bring charges against Wilson - at least if the DA wants charges brought.
The DA didn't provide structure nor potential charges, and the reason for that is obvious.
I don't know if Wilson should have been found guilty of anything but the DA basically guaranteed none of us will ever know with how he handled the GJ.