…well, duh! For the George Zimmerman seeked justice, it was more of a swing and miss, but for the citizens of Ferguson, Mo., a change maybe underway. Hey, at least there’s been notice; on the books. A pattern of racial bias within Ferguson’s police force was found during the Department of Justice’s investigation.

The investigation found that among the 67 percent of black population in Ferguson, excessive force was used, and black drivers are stopped and searched more often than white motorists. More after the jump.

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68 percent less likely than others to have their cases dismissed by a municipal court judge, and that from April to September of last year, 95 percent of people kept at the city jail for more than two days were black, according to the officials. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on the record before the report is made public.

As if this wasn’t bad enough, the investagation also found that a 2008 email suggested that President Barack Obama wouldn’t be in office for long, because, “what black man holds a steady job for four years.” Umm, according to this statement, black men are holding jobs for at minimum, six years. Terrible.

The DOJ’s full report could be out as early as Wednesday.

While Sybrina Fulton, did not see the justice she felt due, Mike Brown’s family may be well on their way. Ben Crump, the family’s attorney said that these findings “confirm what Michael Brown’s family has believed all along, and that is that the tragic killing of an unarmed 18-year-old black teenager was part of a systemic pattern of inappropriate policing of African-American citizens in the Ferguson community.”

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