The Hidden Audio Of Mike Brown Shooting Eye Witness – A Witness Conversation Unknowingly Captured at the Scene of the Ferguson Shooting is a Game-Changer

wilson 1This is an update to the original outline we shared several days ago when we discovered the hidden audio of an eye witness to the Mike Brown and Darren Wilson shooting incident.

After our initial discovery the local Ferguson Missouri investigative authorities were notified and very appreciative.

Congratulations Treepers – once again the crowdsourcing and research shreds the national media narrative and removes the distorted lies putting the spotlight back on the truth.  The local authorities in charge of the investigation extend their thanks and appreciation.

Dozens of outlets have now copied the audio video.  The story has been read in some version either here or on another websites by tens of millions of viewers and readers – around the globe.

Some downloaders have added captions, others have cleaned up the background distortion and tried to bring out enhanced audio.   Here is an example of the audio/video with captions added:

1 How’d he get from there to there?

#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck

{crosstalk}

#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him

{crosstalk}

#2 Then the next thing I know he coming back toward him cus - the police had his gun drawn already on him –

#1. Oh, the police got his gun

#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him

It was a sharp Treeper  who originally caught the background conversation within the video.  The video was originally uploaded by a U-Tube account “Black Canseco“.

The video was taken in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, and judging from the comments attributed to the uploader -although he was not a direct witness- he felt the video was affirmational toward Mike Brown and the anti-police narrative.

However, probably unknown -or at least unnoticed- in the background of the video you can hear an audio conversation of a male eye witness to the shooting itself describing what he saw to another curious male spectator. Again, the conversation of importance is in the background.

The testimonial the eye witness is describing immediately after the shooting is in direct alignment with a second party statement from a friend of Officer Darren Wilson.

FIRST, The friend describes the event -as told to her by Wilson- as follows:

He pulled up ahead of them. And then he got a call-in that there was a strong-arm robbery. And, they gave a description. And, he’s looking at them and they got something in their hands and it looks like it could be what, you know those cigars or whatever. So he goes in reverse back to them. Tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael did. And, then he opened the car again. He tried to get out. He stands up.

And then Michael just bum-rushes him and shoves him back into his car. Punches him in the face and them Darren grabs for his gun. Michael grabbed for the gun. At one point he got the gun entirely turned against his hip. And he shoves it away. And the gun goes off.

Well, then Michael takes off and gets to be about 35 feet away. And, Darren’s first protocol is to pursue. So, he stands up and yells, “Freeze!” Michael and his friend turn around. And Michael taunts him… And then all the sudden he just started bumrushing him. He just started coming at him full speed. And, so he just started shooting. And, he just kept coming. And, so he really thinks he was on something.” (link)

The eye witness talking on this video describes the exact same scenario.

The value in this is specifically because it is unguarded, and unprompted, testimony from an eyewitness that contradicts several others who spoke later but may have an agenda or pressure from the community.

Again, the conversation to focus on is in the background - Again, here’s the original raw video and my attempt at transcription, the important part is at 06:28 point: [ “#2″ is the male eye witness ]

update-1UPDATE 8/18/14 8:00pm:  Now that the video testimonial has gone viral, and the MSM has picked it up, as expected the original uploader has deleted it from his U-Tube Account.  However we stored several backups (as you can see from the above with captions).

Here’s another longer back-up copy:

@6:50/6:51 of back-up video

#1 How’d he get from there to there?

#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck

{crosstalk}

#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him

{crosstalk}

#2 Then the next thing I know he coming back toward him cus - the police had his gun drawn already on him –

#1. Oh, the police got his gun

#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him

{crosstalk}

#2 Police fired shots – the next thing I know – the police was missing

#1 The Police?

#2 The Police shot him

#1 Police?

#2 The next thing I know … I’m thinking … the dude started running … (garbled something about “he took it from him”)

Additionally, this eye witness account clarifies other issues and disputes the “shot in back narrative”. The police vehicle was positioned “screen view left” – Mike Brown’s body is positioned head toward police vehicle. This would also corroborate both the Officer (as told to his friend) and this witness account of what transpired.

 

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323 Responses to The Hidden Audio Of Mike Brown Shooting Eye Witness – A Witness Conversation Unknowingly Captured at the Scene of the Ferguson Shooting is a Game-Changer

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  2. Daniel Brofford says:

    I saw the video and heard what I heard. I’m sorry for the parents but this police officer just might have saved someone’s life down the road.

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  3. Basharr says:

    I believe this is probably a valid narration of what happened. I cannot truly confirm but it fits and seems probable. Mike Brown started the ball rolling, I doubt he knew it would mean his death but from what we see between him and the store owner he was not just a nice kid in the wrong place at the wrong time, he was acting like a thug and was committing a crime. I feel for the parents as no parent should outlive their children but in this case there is a reality that many people are trying to avoid. Justice is not served by destroying a town or hanging this on Racism because there is absolutely no proof that Mike Brown was shot because of the color of his skin. It is a tragedy when this stuff happens but the bigger tragedy is the number of people who come out of the woodwork to turn a tragedy into something 10 times worse. Now there is calls of character assassination of Mike Brown. Mike himself as one of his last actions gave the world a glimpse of his character and its flaws. The injustice is the looting of Fergasun and the destruction of people’s livelihoods.

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  4. JImbo says:

    Reblogged this on The Readneck Review Blog and commented:
    Just listen to it.
    Then compare to what the cop said happened.
    Then compare to what Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton said happened.
    Then imagine you’re the guy in the video… over a week later… in a streetful of angry protesters.
    Are YOU gonna come forward and say “Yeah, I was there… this is how it happened?”

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  5. Beverly Starband says:

    Why wasn’t the convenience store clerk that was shoved against the door by Brown interviewed?
    Brown said something obviously nasty to the clerk, what was it? It would certainly speak to Brown’s violence. Riling up the community against the police force will only make them more cautious to deal with dangerous individuals and they will not be as effective as they should be.

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  6. lorac says:

    If I were a white police officer in Ferguson, MO I would go see my doctor and get a FLMA form and have it filled out for mental stress and be off for the next few months. No job is worth you life for people who could care less if you are dead or alive. Then when Ferguson has no police force let the protestors go at it and see what is standing when all is said and done. Those poor cops are damned if they do and damned of they don’t so why bother putting their lives on the line.

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    • Basharr says:

      Good post, strange how they hate the police but are the first ones to call them when they have trouble. What happens when cops have had enough and quit responding to calls? Actually it would never happen as cops are dedicated and there to serve. They are taken for granted.

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      • queencity says:

        Your blind to think you can group all cops into one caliber of person and defend the fact that many are not as good of people as you believe. They are also trained to restrain civilians without using legal force…

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        • WeeWeed says:

          You obviously are not reading the posts here and have your mind made up about this gentle chile. If I were a cop in St. Louis area PERIOD – I’d quit while I was ahead. (alive)

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    • Then they wouldn’t have a job. The institution of the ‘Police’ takes responsibility for the community away from the place where it should reside, in the community. No bureaucracy is stupid enough to let the police walk off, they’d replace them with the army quick smart. The community would right itself in less than 24 hours if the police were to walk off the job. Even if there are no true community leaders at this time, they would create themselves in short order in a power vacuum. No government on earth wants to remind people that they can do it themselves.

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  7. nomorebsplease says:

    PLEASE tell me somebody RECORDED this. Because now it is set to ‘private’

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  8. Why is the video now private? I saw it earlier and wanted to show my Husband. Everywhere I look for the video it’s private. Why?

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  9. Amir says:

    All of the witness’s said that he turned back around and faced the cop and then was shot to death. This video only confirms what the other witnesses have said EXCEPT for what the Officer’s friends have stated. Nowhere in the audio did he say that Mike Ran towards the officer.

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    • Rocky Mtn Mama says:

      Did you miss the part where the unseen witness is talking about how Brown “kept coming” at Wilson, and the witness thought Wilson’s shots were missing Brown because Brown “kept coming” at Wilson?

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    • Rocky Mtn Mama says:

      Just listened again, and the unseen witness specifically says that Brown was “running” towards Wilson.

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  10. JAS says:

    Congratulations Sundance and Treepers. You always come through when it really counts!

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  11. bobbelvedere says:

    Thank you for this.

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  12. Kevin says:

    Spontaneous utterances like that guy made to his friend are in my opinion more reliable then some of witnesses that clearly have ulterior motives. One example is his partner in crime who started the Mike had his hands in the air lie. Why he was not arrested for his part in the strong arm robbery stuns me. The disbelief in this guys voice, that this guy would go back at an armed officer, in my opinion confirms the officers story.

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  13. Lynnielu says:

    You all are amazing! They just announced it on Fox News…eye socket injury. My prayers are with Officer Wilson and his family tonight!

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  14. Tonya says:

    All I can hear is some idiot saying “Where is the ambulance”

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  16. Kendra says:

    Seems most are overjoyed to justify the death of this young man, but even a murderer gets his day is court. For the sake of argument lets say this kid was a thug. Did he deserve to be shot in the street, or should he have been arrested and then judged by a court of law? The justice system is there for a good reason! No one man should get the right to execute another. At the end of the day if everyone who acts a fool in the streets deserves a bullet, then why not just get rid of the justice system all together? These are not questions I need answered for myself, but questions you should rid yourself of race issues, then contemplate for yourself.

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    • WeeWeed says:

      Bullshiite. Self defense, pure and simple. This lovely young man was beating the officer to death. If the thug had simply stayed “acting a fool” in the street, he’d still be alive.

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    • Basharr says:

      If as is one rendition this young man, for the sake of argument he was legally an adult, attacked a police officer, struggled with the officer over his gun, charged the police officer, there is quite likely the reality this may be a clean shooting. I would also charge that the racism at play here is in large part by those looting, burning and attacking police. and crying charges of racism. Remember when Reginald Denny was dragged from his truck and beaten nearly to death simply because he was white in the Rodney King verdict riots, were you calling then for people to rid themselves of race issues? I was.

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      • ctdar says:

        I will never forget seeing Denny being pulled out of his cab and bricks bouncing off his face.
        Ever.

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        • Basharr says:

          Me either and what was most stunning is later in Time he had the heart to forgive them.

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          • ctdar says:

            I do get the forgiveness part because if you have ever been so hurt (physically or mentally) by someone it’s always best for your soul to forgive the offender eventually or the anger will eat you up inside for the rest of your life. Best to let go for your sake as well as your loved ones.

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          • jello333 says:

            And remember what Sharpton and their ilk complained about? NOT what was done to Reggie. What they complained about was the way Gates (a guy I didn’t like by the way, but he was right here) made a big show of arresting some of the scum involved in the attack. “He’s trying to make an example of these young men.” You better believe he was! GOOD!!

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    • Rocky Mtn Mama says:

      “No one man should get the right to execute another.” – Oh really? Since you appear to be a woman (based on your username), would you really argue that a woman should not have a right to stop a rape using deadly force? I mean that’s technically “executing” someone. Or how about stopping someone from kidnapping your child?

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    • Sharon says:

      The justice system is pretty much on its way to ‘being got rid of’, Kendra. If that were not the case this wouldn’t be such a mess….and ‘this young man’ – ‘this kid ‘ would have very likely experienced appropriate consequences in and out of the justice system that would have set him straight a long time ago. If he had been facing normal consequences for jerk behavior he might not have thought it was a really great idea to punch a cop, after robbing a store, then fighting hand to hand with the cop, trying to take the cop’s gun, etc.

      He might have had a firmer link on reality, on choices and consequences.

      The justice system is altogether being disposed of, by Eric Holder, who has said from beginning that he’s all in for ‘his people.’ (Hint: I don’t think he means me – cuz I’m white ‘n stuff)

      You are just flat silly, Kendra: the cop was trying to arrest him when ‘this kid’ fractured the cop’s face with his bare hands.

      Do you think that’s ok, Kendra? Did the cop have the ‘right’ to try to save his own life at that point? Under what circumstances, Kendra, are cops allowed to use deadly force in your magical world?

      Please enlighten us.

      sigh

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      • queencity says:

        Sharon I’m white just so you know. I truly think you would feel diffrent if it was a white kid in your own neighborhood. Its absolutely horrible what happened, and for the Comment about the officer being assulted I for one didn’t see his face bloodied and battered in the pictures of him standing over the dead boys body. Hopefully you have no family member ever slaughtered by law enforcement but maybe than your views would change.

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        • Sharon says:

          A white kid was killed this week by a black cop in Salt Lake City.

          We are told the officer was wearing a body camera but the video won’t be released.

          The story is here: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/58313255-78/burbank-police-taylor-officer.html.csp

          I haven’t heard yet about the riots and protests that I’m sure are being planned.

          So now the officer’s self-defense that very likely saved his life is judged by you to “slaughter by law enforcement….”

          Overjoyed? this is not about how any of us feel. Project your guilt somewhere else.

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          • jello333 says:

            I despise these racists (Crump, Sharpton, Holder, etc). They couldn’t care less about ANY non-black person getting killed by anyone, even by a cop. They do. not. care. Look at all the protests they held after the Kelly Thomas verdict. NOT! But actually, I don’t think these people even care when a black person is killed… UNLESS that person is killed by a white person. I don’t think the shooter being a cop is even key to them…. I mean do they protest and scream when a black is killed by a BLACK cop? I really can’t recall them doing that.

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        • jello333 says:

          But WHAT IF. What if what Sharon (and me and others) believe happened DID happen, and Brown (6’4″, 290 lbs) DID badly beat the cop, try to get his gun, start to run, stop, turn around, taunt him, and then charge the cop like some crazy bull. WHAT IF. So would that change YOUR views on this?

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          “I for one didn’t see his face bloodied and battered in the pictures of him standing over the dead boys body.” Were there pictures of him standing over the dead boys body other than one that was far off and fuzzy?

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          • Basharr says:

            On Kelly File tonight there is a source close to the police that says the officers orbital eye socket is fractured.I know this injury well and I also know it would make one less able to defend against an attack.it is painful and obviously affects ones vision.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Mike Brown got everything he deserved. He made choices, and he paid the consequences.

      The only people who seem to think that there is no need for the Justice System are those vermin demanding a cop be “sacrificed”, facts be damned, to keep the city from being burned to the ground. Funny how those who are always inventing a legacy of lynching are now screaming for extrajudicial “Justice”.

      We in the civilized west do not negotiate with terrorists, domestic or otherwise.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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    • jello333 says:

      I doubt if most people here would disagree with most of what you said (although I don’t see anyone here “overjoyed” about anything). HOWEVER, you’re assuming the cop had some other choice than to do what he did. You realize, don’t you, that it’s looking more and more like he did NOT have another choice? It was either him or “Big Mike”…. had Brown not died that day, it’s very possible the cop would have died. What about THAT?

      (One more thing: “you should rid yourself of race issues”. I’m sorry, but most of the racism involved in this case, the GZ case, and many others have come from BLACK people.)

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    • doodahdaze says:

      You are a victim. Of Social Justice. You follow the Egoist path. Wake up before it destroys your mind. It may sound good to you but it will fail you in the end. There is no magic veil of ignorance anymore than a magic carpet. Only a Hellbound Train.

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  17. ctdar says:

    Wow, OReilly just called Al Sharpton a charlatan paid by NBC.
    Lololololol

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  18. zack says:

    My opinion in all this is I have black kids. The black society is so messed up it makes me sick. Half the crimes out there come from blacks but when cops try and protect and one gets shot. It’s a big deal if your black. You never see riots if your white and get shot. It’s just a way for them to publicize themselves and make a scene about it. It’s ridiculous. Go out get a damn job go to school and quit living off the state. You all think the white race owes you everything. Where do crimes get ya? Jail prison or shot grow the hell up get a job pay for what you want

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  19. DKR says:

    All I know is, if a 300 pound rino is charging at me and I have a gun, I am going to empty the gun or die trying. I think it was the officer or the kid that day and one of them was not going to make it out alive. I feel sorry for the family but destiny was set in action that day by the actions of those who were there. Choices were made by both of them. The community of Ferguson needs to live with the choices made and move on. Maybe next time different choices will be made.

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  21. TwoCent Comments says:

    This is what I hear in the video from the 6 minute mark to the 9:55 minute mark: Listen to the video and read along with what I wrote below, see if you hear the same or something else and comment, listen to the background speakers, not the videographer. Evidently, CNN/Anderson Cooper’s facebook page states that the video was derived from a person’s facebook page called Ace Johnson, but I am not finding the page to view it. Needless to say, this is what I heard when I listen ccarefully with headphones & silence, and play it a few times to train my ear to listen to the background conversation, not the narrator, chatter or screamers, Comment and/or correct if need be. Sounds like Witness 1 perception was that the police officer was a bad shot, because Mike kept coming at the police officer (listen to the surprised tone/dismay of the witness as he shares his account, as well as the words he is saying).

    6:05-6:11 WITNESS 2: They ran right past me as I was goin..coming out the house… the dude with the red *…

    6:11 INQUIRER/WITNESS 2: I went back in. [talks over the next line/inquirer]

    6:12 INQUIRER: What about him?

    6:13 WITNESS 1: That’s the one that ran behind this way here, ’cause he ran up there where we was at,
    where we live at.

    6:18 WITNESS 2: When I came back outside, all I seen was the police …the truck, the dudes, I don’t know what happened.

    6:26 INQUIRER: Whose hat is that right there?
    WITNESS 1: That’s HIS hat.

    6:30 INQUIRER: How did he get from there to here?
    6:33 WITNESS 1: Cause he ran. The police was still in the truck.

    6:35 INQUIRER: They came this way?
    6:37 WITNESS 1: Naw… the police was still in the truck..
    6:38 WITNESS 1: Dude was like, I don’t know, runnin this way with his hands fightin to get in that truck …

    INQUIRER: Why his body come this way though? [Talking over the below witness statement]

    6: 42 WITNESS 1: Yeah, Him and the police was in the truck. They was fighting over the truck right now?

    6:47 WITNESS 1: But then he ran. The police got out and ran after him.
    6:50 WITNESS 1: The next thing I know, he coming back towards the police.
    6:53 WITNESS 1: The police had his gun drawn already.

    6:55 INQUIRER: Oh, The police shot the gun ? (background)

    6:57 WITNESS 1: Yeah, the police shot him…The police kept dumpin’ it.
    7:00 WITNESS 1: I’m thinking that the police missing, like hes like coming toward the police.
    7:05 WITNESS 1: I’m thinkin’ like, there’s more comin’.

    [chatter]

    7:09 WITNESS 1: The police fired shots, The next thing I know, I think he’s missing!

    7:12 INQUIRER: The police shot this dude?

    7:14 WITNESS 1: The Police shot him.
    7:16 WITNESS 1: Next thing I know, I think he’s missin!
    7:18 WITNESS 1: Then the dude started running, coming toward the police.

    …..[chatter]

    8:18 WITNESS 3: I’m tellin you, I heard like, I heard like 8 shots. It was like 4 and then it was like 4 more.
    8:24 WITNESS 3: It was like, pop pop pop pop pop and then it stopped for a minute
    pop pop pop.

    8:27 WITNESS 1 talking to WITNESS 3: The police was like…After how many times you heard that,
    8:30 the police was like at least 10 yards away from this dude, and I’m thinking that…
    The dude was still standing.
    8:32 WITNESS 1: I’m thinkin that he was missing him!
    8:35 WITNESS: but he kept coming towards him.

    8:40 WITNESS 1: Then the other dude Broke off running.

    8:44 WITNESS 1: His Partner ran through…
    [chatter]
    8:47 WITNESS 1: His partner ran through here man

    You might have to listen several times to train your ear to hear only the speakers, or to segregate out what they are saying from other background noise (and the narrator). Headphones helps significantly when listening/reading.

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  22. Bonita L. Davis says:

    thank our Almighty GOD for this discussion. People forget that He does intervene at times.
    I would love for Eric Holder have to read this on national television during a special Christmas
    eve festive program. May all those who came forward with the TRUTH receive His many blessings.
    of course, that doesn’t include you dorian. {I don’t capitalize liars’ names}.

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