Fox News To Bring On Darren Wilson As ‘Law Enforcement Specialist’


After the release of the Grand Jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson over the death of Michael Brown, Fox News was quick to react.

Upon noticing how popular the police officer is with their viewers, Fox News quickly negotiated a contract to have Wilson as a regular contributor to their broadcasts.

Wilson’s official title will be “Law Enforcement Specialist” and he will appear during all police related matters as they occur on the network.

The new contract will begin starting in December to allow Wilson to enjoy Thanksgiving with his family.

A spokesperson from Fox News said, “We’re excited to have his expertise on board.. He knew how not to get indicted, that’s something our viewers would definitely be interested in. He shows the good in our nation, and we can’t wait to display his knowledge on a regular basis.”

Free Wood Post suggests he also audition for the ABC Drama How To Get Away With Murder.

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