Bob McCulloch Is Aiming for an Eighth Term. Wesley Bell Wants to Stop Him

"St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch is accustomed to doing things on his own terms. Seven terms, specifically. He'd like to make it eight. McCulloch presided over the grand jury that issued a non-indictment of former Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in 2014, gaining worldwide notoriety in the process. Yet he hasn't faced a political threat in more than a decade...Activists and criminal justice reformers want 2018 to be different. Their hopes rest on one man: Wesley Bell...Bell says bringing reforms to the St. Louis County prosecutor's office is long overdue.”


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Josi Nielsen