“At one point, I asked Wilson if he missed walking outside and going to restaurants. He told me that he still ate out, but only at certain places. We try to go somewhere — how do I say this correctly? — with like-minded individuals … You know. Where it’s not a mixing pot.” (Keep in mind that he was talking to a reporter and he paused to make sure he said it correctly.) The relationship between police and black communities is getting a close look these days. And that all started when Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson. The New Yorker’s Jake Halpern visited with Wilson, who has twice been exonerated of criminal wrongdoing, but might still be guilty of just not getting it.