What will the future hold for this family man who was only doing his job? He has been vindicated by the courts, but still held accountable and guilty in the court of public opinion, and regardless of this court decision, would any of you want to walk in his shoes for even an hour? Sure he was found innocent of anything and everything, other than being a white cp in the wrong place at the wrong time, and now where will he go? Where will he and his family find safety, and where will this man find the opportunity to return to his career in law enforcement? The court of public opinion, led by racism and racist issues has ruined his life, and the life of his family. And that is the tragedy. It isn't as if Officer Wilson spent every day on the force, looking for a black person to gun down. Nevertheless, in the eyes of many who still claim, they are under the white rule of slavery and have been so for 400 years, he will always be the evil, racist white cop that killed a defenseless black teen, and then let his body lay on the street for four hours (which was definitely wrong).