The New York Times Was Present In The Mortuary When Brown Family Autopsy Was Conducted…

When does media reporting become actual collusion with selling propaganda ?  Perhaps the story of Mike Brown’s autopsy will provide food for thought.

We suspected from the outset the Parks and Crump version of the Mike Brown autopsy was likely just a propaganda ploy to sell their narrative.   We knew New York Times reporter Frances Robles was sympathetic to their scheme because she was similarly predisposed in 2012 with the Trayvon Martin narrative.

In 2012 Robles worked for the Miami Herald.  Indeed, based on history, we expected to see blurred lines of journalistic ethics.

What we didn’t expect with the Mike Brown story was the New York Times, and Robles, to eliminate the ethical lines completely.

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As you can see above, Frances Robles arrived in Ferguson Missouri the morning of the autopsy Aug 17th.  Perhaps she and forensic pathologist Dr. Baden flew in together.  After all, they departed the same city, from the same airport, on the same date, with the same destination in mind.

More interesting though is something within the New York Times article as printed.  You’ll notice a picture of Dr. Baden and Shawn Parcells.   (screen shot below).

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Here’s a larger screen grab of the image itself (click to enlarge).

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IMPORTANT NOTE: The picture was taken by New York Times Photographer Eric Thayer.

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We can tell the photo was taken inside the Austin Lane mortuary because the funeral home lobby has very distinct characteristics:  3-sided foyer, with red carpet, gold piston-hinged doors, ceiling-to-floor white drapes, etc.

That picture taken by New York Times photographer Eric Thayer is definitely inside the Austin A Lane funeral home and mortuary.   Here’s what the funeral home entrance looks like from the outside.

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Austin A Lane Mortuary 7239 West Florissant Ave

Located at 7239 West Florissant Ave. St. Louis, MO 63136 and managed under the ownership and leadership of Austin Lane Jr.  Website HERE

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That means the New York Times was with Shawn Parcells and Dr. Baden during the events of the second autopsy itself on Sunday August 17th.

The New York Times was present during the autopsy.

Knowing the NYT and Brown Family Team were together reconciles another question we held.   How did the Times publish an article so quickly?

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The “exclusive access” page A-1 print article hit the NYT on-line section around 8:00pm.

Perhaps now people will be able to recognize how these events are carefully scripted and packaged by the Scheme Team of Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump, then sold by their media cohorts like Frances Robles.

It’s not really “news” when the reporters are embedded with the team constructing the news.

The lines of collusion are obvious.    Hence the scheme team term “Media Evidence”.

So the New York Times was blatantly supporting the Brown Family narrative – this autopsy was not a leak or Brown Family press release.   This was a collaborate effort.

And now you can begin to see why the Robles script writing was so troubling; and why it avoided some of the key problems within the structure of the autopsy itself.   Problems like an uncertified, untrained, and unqualified person such as Shawn Parcells conducting the autopsy prior to Baden’s arrival.

Do I have your attention now ?   Read on…..

Parks and Crump

On Friday August 15th, in response to the Ferguson Police releasing the strong-arm robbery video at the Ferguson Liquor Market, Daryl Parks held a press conference.

During the press conference Mr. Parks was asked a question about his organizing a 2nd autopsy of the body of “Big Mike” Brown. He responded thusly:

…”it’s done, and we’ll talk about that later, we’re not answering any questions about the second autopsy at this time; we will -in time- do that”….

However, when the autopsy was published as ‘media evidence’ the night of Sunday 8/17 by the New York Times (Robles), the article stated the autopsy was conducted by Shawn Parcells and Dr. Michael Baden on 8/17.

As the Times outlines Dr. Baden flew to Saint Louis on 8/17 to perform the task.

Well obviously you can see a problem.

How can Brown family attorney Daryl Parks say the second autopsy was completed prior to the Friday 8/15 press conference, if Dr. Baden didn’t arrive until Sunday 8/17 ?

The legacy media and the New York Times obviously didn’t question the disparity, so we wrote about it HERE hoping to bring in the sunlight.

A pathology blog, already holding previous concerns about the use of unlicensed, uncertified and untrained Shawn Parcells, picked up the issue we outlined and contacted Mr Parcells for clarification.

[…] Obviously this is a very serious allegation, especially in such a high profile case such as this, and I wanted to give Mr. Parcells a chance to respond. I called and left a message on his voice mail, and he called me back within five minutes.

Mr. Parcells readily admitted he went to St. Louis a few days prior to Dr. Baden’s arrival so as to help the Brown family’s attorneys with some administrative matters.

While he was there, he learned the mortuary where Mr. Brown’s body was being held was planning to embalm him due to the fact it did not have a cooler in which to store the body.

Mr. Parcells stated he did take some photographs of Mr. Brown’s body and injuries in order to document the appearance of the gunshot wounds prior to embalming since the embalming process can alter gross findings.

But Mr. Parcells was emphatic Dr. Baden, who did review the pre-embalming photographs Mr. Parcells took, was physically present and conducted the official second forensic examination of Mr. Brown’s body on August 17th.

Mr. Parcells then asked me to look at an image of the preliminary autopsy diagram he and Dr. Baden put together, which is below (click to enlarge).

Brown-Autopsy-Diagram

However, despite the New York Times, CBS, Washington Post, and Associated Press calling Shawn Parcells a “forensic pathologist”, he’s not. Not even close.

[…] After Mr. Parcells described himself as a “forensic pathologist assistant and medical investigator”, Dr. Mitchell says:

That is a degree that does not exist in my knowledge, except in the mind of Shawn Parcells…You cannot claim the title, because it is a formal, licensable position. You can assist somebody; in this way I can say, for instance, I have paid my taxes, so I am an assistant President of the United States…He has none of the qualifications that are required. He has experience as a morgue technician, somebody who would move bodies around, clean up after an autopsy…

To his credit, Mr. Parcells admitted he is not certified as a pathologist assistant, but rather he is qualified due to his experience working under Dr. Young.

To this Dr. Young responded:

Shawn hung out at the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s office but was not trained by me.”…. “He has been representing himself in a way that is not appropriate by giving forensic pathology opinions when he is not qualified to do so.

So, it would appear, if we are to reconcile the Daryl Parks statement, an unlicensed guy who “hung out at the Jackson County Medical Examiners office” named Shawn Parcells, was given instructions by Parks and Crump to do a 2nd autopsy, which they now claim was only pictures and preliminary autopsy work, prior to the arrival of Dr. Michael Baden, who would do the “real second autopsy”, now technically the 3rd, a few days later.

Both ‘hang out guy’ Parcells, and Dr. Baden signed off on the autopsy diagram.

A diagram which, after they signed, was then manipulated by Parks and crump to give the appearance of another injury to the back and inner aspect of the right arm – therefore selling their media narrative of evidence for a shot from the rear.

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This, we call, the mysterious “Red Mark” noticed during the live media broadcast – which is absolutely not present in either the original diagram, or the diagram published in the accompanying New York Times article.

OK, got it ?

This is how the factual construct of an official autopsy, is spun inside the blender of Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump, and now officially becomes, ta da’, Media Evidence.

But why would Dr. Baden go along with the ruse and risk his “credibility”? A question raised by some, but within the pathological community (‘forensic’ intentionally omitted), a question long ago since answered and recently encapsulated:

You folks who are old enough to remember the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson will know the name. He was a well respected forensic pathologist who began selling his services and his testimony to the highest bidder.

He is the “expert” who testified for O.J. Simpson, then, when questioned by the media about his testimony claimed he hadn’t said what he said on the stand. Baden also “testilied” for the defense in the murder trial of music mogul Phil Specter.

But hey, his wife was Specter’s defense attorney. What would you do to keep peace in the family?

We wouldn’t have hired someone with those sorts of questionable ethics, but the Brown family can do what they want while they have someone else paying the freight and looking for a big payout later.

Baden tells Fox News that Brown was shot six times, four times in the right arm, twice in the head, and one of those wounds was in the top of the head. Interesting. Every time a black thug is shot by police we are treated to statements like “He didn’t deserve to die like that. They could have shot him in the leg or something.” Well, it seems this officer did just that by putting four rounds into Brown’s right arm. Brown kept coming. The wound to the top of the head indicates Brown was likely still charging at the officer when he caught that one.

The race hustlers haven’t quite figured out how to spin that fact yet. Don’t worry, they will figure out something with the help of Dr. Baden. They are trying hard, though.

They held a press conference this morning claiming those six wounds support the stories told by “witnesses”. Um, yeah, not so much. They hope you will concentrate solely on the number of rounds fired and forget all those other aspects of the “witness” statements where they claimed Brown was standing there with his hands in the air and other nonsense not supported by the Fact family.

You can claim Parcells and Baden reviewed Parcells earlier work and then did the autopsy again – together on 8/17. But given what we know of the historical track record another plausible situation is just as possible: The guy who hung around the mortuary, Parcells, did the make shift autopsy, and Baden flew in and signed off on it solely to give it credibility.

And in regard to the “top of head shot” that’s drawn so much attention from the Parks and Crump camp, we’d like to draw your attention to an almost identical shot pattern fired last year by FBI officers as they were charged by another thug, Ibragim Todashev.

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See how incredibly similar the forensics are between Mike Brown and Boston Bombing accomplice Ibragim Todashev - HERE.

Almost identical shot pattern which is the specific result of a person charging toward the police.

todashev autopsy head shot

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229 Responses to The New York Times Was Present In The Mortuary When Brown Family Autopsy Was Conducted…

  1. justfactsplz says:

    Robles should have been stopped awhile back. It’s hard to tell what else she will spin into a story for the Scheme Team. She is so unethical. That’s why she fits right in with Crumb and Co.

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    • Daniel says:

      If enough people complain to the NYT, she will be asked to leave, especially if they complain in conjunction with their advertisers. (Advertisers are the easiest way to get reporter staff removed) And then, yes, she will become the media relations person for Dark Dump… err Parks and Crump.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I wonder if the NYT is aware she attended the “autopsy”?

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        • nivico says:

          Surely the NYT authorized the trip and paid for Robles’s and the NYT photographer’s travel expenses.

          What would be interesting to know is if they paid for Baden’s expenses as well (including his expert fees).

          I’m not buying the ‘you do it [free] for the families’ platitude… if that was the case, they would never accept payment for their services.

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    • MATTHEWM says:

      The New York Times – The Paper for People Who Think – (they think)

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  2. sundance says:

    Joy-Ann Reid continues the anti-police meme:

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    • NaomiB says:

      The news media is more shameful than I thought!!

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      • talkaftercarefulthought says:

        after watching the press pool react like a frat house with the “playmate of the month” walking through (as obama toured the WH press room shortly after his election) I knew deep down that objectivity was dust in the wind and the press were the democrats play things..

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        • behonest47 says:

          media will be the ruin of this country

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          • talkaftercarefulthought says:

            you know .. with the internet, the media could be easily torn down with every misplaced period, comma or mispelled word.. and it could happen too. If not for the years of training the lemmings in what the mass media told everyone they wanted, and then gave it to them. Give a toddler a turd to carry for a week then try to take it away from them “HEY THAT’S MINE” they’ll cry.. The liberals/media gave the masses bushells of turds over the years when they stopped reporting the news and started orchestrating it. So stopping or neutering the media is going to be hard but for our future it should be a top priority..

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        • behonest47 says:

          media will be the ruin of this country

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      • Blonde in Red says:

        Totally with you on this, NaomiB. The media are so biased and disgustingly so that they have become ambulance chasing, race-baiting, violence inciting, Communist agitator ‘useful idiots’ of the highest order of Idiocracy.

        Off-topic a bit: The gruesome autopsy photo made my stomach turn. Ugh. Please have a warning or something. I wasn’t quite ready for that. After seeing the beheading [actually ‘sawing off slowly’ of an America], you’d think I’ve seen everything but I still get weak when I see that kind of graphic imagery.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      One fact about the Ferguson Police behavior that is being consistently overlooked by the media is the death threats (remember “Kill da police”?) that had been uttered in Ferguson immediately after the shooting of Michael Brown.

      Is it any wonder that the officers had concern when HP reporter Ryan J Reilly took a photo of them? Also note that Reilly characterized their entry into the McDonald’s as an “invasion” and his “detainment” (they asked for his ID) as an “arrest”.

      This jack ass is displaying the same type of “butt hurt” that Don Lemon did when Officer Page told him to move off a sidewalk (to a new location that had been arranged for protesters to assemble) but stood still, forcing Page to physically move him along. I understand the need for freedom of the press and 1st Amendment rights for all citizens (neither of which were denied or limited to either of these reporters) but it’s becoming more and more clear that some of these reporters (Lemon and Reilly in particular) are singling out Ferguson PD officers for abuse in their reporting, which is a classic “Alinsky tactic”. Isolate-ridicule-marginalize. All part of the grander scheme that resulted in placing Ron Johnson in command of all police responses to the unrest in Ferguson MO.

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  3. furrcats says:

    Oh how cute. you thought there was eithical lines in journalism. (Sarcasm)

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  4. William E Eddy says:

    A Police Chief was killed in Texas conducting a traffic stop. A white kid was killed by a black cop in Utah. The Michael Brown shooting is just another story now. It’s just not Selma anymore.

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  5. rumpole2 says:

    Baden’s involvement in several cases has seemed to me to be questionable.

    I have no idea about his “honesty” as such, but his involvement has been such that he may well have had predetermined notions prior to his investigation. Something to be avoided in all scientific investigations is “experimenter effect”.
    For instance, in most cases an autopsy is done early by an ME who knows nothing about a case, and certainly nothing about any Mob notions about a case. An ME usually has little knowledge of a case at such an early stage in an investigation. That is not the case when Baden pops up amidst a furore on media and public controversy. Often after his opinions have been canvased on an “expert” commentator on news panels. He can say that when he subsequently does an autopsy, he puts any preconceived notions and biases out of his mind, but he is human. A proper scientific analysis would generally require somebody recuse themselves where such bias was possible.

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    • NaomiB says:

      I believe Baden can be bought … and has been bought.

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      • OldIADGuy says:

        As I posted the other day. Baden and Crump or not strangers. Baden is their “Jackpot” guy. He was the pathologist they used in the Martin Anderson case. Look at the cash they got in that case.

        http://www.foxnews.com/story/2006/03/14/transcript-controversy-on-autopsy-table/

        “GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Now to Florida where Martin Anderson died just hours after this beating at a boot camp, but an autopsy back in January concluded that the 14 year old died from a rare blood disorder not from the beating.

        Civil rights groups and the boy’s family doubted the finding and a second autopsy was performed just hours ago by forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden who is here. He joins us live from Tampa.”

        “BADEN: Yes, that’s being looked at further. He died related to that beating that he got and there’s a special prosecution, [Hillsborough County State Attorney] Mark Ober, appointed by the governor’s office to look into that and to see what, if anything else, should be done in the investigation. And, he was there. It was a 13-hour autopsy, all day today. He was there. The lawyers for the family were there.”

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Anderson_case

        “On March 12, Anderson’s body was exhumed and a second autopsy was conducted by the coroner of Hillsborough County, Dr. Vernard Adams.[11] This time, the autopsy was attended by several other forensic pathologists as consultants to Dr. Adams. Dr. Michael Baden, New York State Police coroner, attended at the request of Anderson’s parents and the NAACP.”

        As Sundance and others here have laid out, the Scheme Team goes by a script. They always have a villain (Officer Wilson), a hero (Big Mike) and a plot or theme. In this case a racist white cop guns down a gentle giant for not reason while he had his arms raised to surrender. As they take their show on the road, they have to use local actors (witnesses), but they will go back to their old reliable players (BGI, Robles, Reid, Sharpton, Holder, Obama, Baden and many others) whenever they can. When possible they will use local “stars,” such as Nixon, Johnson, French, Dooley and others to spice up the performance, but the tired worn-out script is always the same.

        However, CTH and others in the new media have thrown rotten tomatoes (Facts) at them, the public sees threw the smoke and mirrors and now their performance is thrown into chaos. I’m waiting for someone to use the hook to pull Crump off the stage.

        There are some sub-plots in this performance that disturb me. I have touched on them on previous posts and would like to expand on this issue in another post.

        Take Care

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      • barbi says:

        I don’t believe for a second he hasn’t been paid. Oh, sure, he might have said he waived his 10k fee “for the family” (make you wonder how he feels about the families of other people killed), but I’ll bet he has more than 10K in his pocket for his “services”–such as going on tv rather than his usual 10k for performing an autopsy.

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  6. Dusty says:

    Honesty and Integrity missing in this investigation and all these clown have fostered.

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  7. doodahdaze says:

    Sigh. They are just the propaganda arm of the National Socialist in the WH.

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  8. harrydweeks says:

    What a bunch of phonies.

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  9. Mist'ears Mom says:

    I too believe Parcells did a cursory “visual” autopsy before Badin got there with Crump & co in attendance so they could see how many bullet holes MB had so they could continue the meme and get the news out without the 1st autopsy results. They must have been sorely disappointed when they found no holes in the back or 10 bullet wounds. I don’t think they even did an autopsy beyond a visual assessment. Interesting in the picture that Badin doesn’t have scrubs on and the other guy does. If they did the autopsy before why did only Badin change and/or if it was before how come this guy is all ready suited up? IMO they had to bring Badin for the press to make anything in the autopsy fit their agenda with some creditability behind it. He didn’t do the autopsy so he didn’t need to charge the fee he waived. I’d like to see his “forensic report” on the autopsy, see what that says…I’m sure it will be complete….wink wink….

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    • rashomon says:

      I wonder how Baden feels to see his reputation totally destroyed by one case?

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      • barbi says:

        It hasn’t been destroyed. Millions of people have seen him on tv, introduced as “expert forensic medical examiner, Michael Baden,” and have seen anchors and commentators fawning over his “expertise.”

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

          I’m going to add right here, I think Baden did his “first interview” on the radio with Hannity. At that time, I said outloud “well, didn’t you actually DO that autopsy?” He (Baden) sounded very confused in his statements/answers to Hannity. Later tonight, I’ll see if I can find the podcast to that show.

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    • Fantasia says:

      I would much rather hear the tape recorded profile of the autopsy, as Baden performed it. They all use video and tape recorders as they do the autopsy, to refer back to later, when finishing the actual written summation.

      If he was there, and actually did perform any autopsy, then, lets hear the tapes of it being done, and, his findings, as he came across them. Just one, 5 minute section, say, from the middle of the autopsy. Not the beginning or the end, which could easily be hoaxed. But the midst of the autopsy.

      They should also be presented to the GJ, in case anyone doubts he was there. Just sayin…

      Of course, you all know, don’t you, this autopsy IS inadmissible in court? It was only done for the public media trial to lynch Darren.

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  10. rumpole2 says:

    This notion of “maybe” one arm shot was from behind..(presumably rest of arm shots still from front)??
    Is this a serious claim?
    Cop hit right arm from behind, and then altered his aim to opposite side when Brown turned, so as to keep plugging away at same arm, now on his left. That makes no sense at all.

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  11. maryfrommarin says:

    I suppose that lesser political personalities have to make do with “USA Today”.

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  12. sundance says:

    Another propaganda article, but at least they’ve evolved to the Dorian Johnson admission of Brown punching Officer Wilson in the head:

    …”But then came the fatal encounter with Officer Wilson. Shortly after the confrontation in the convenience store, Mr. Brown and a friend were walking down the middle of a nearby street when Officer Wilson told them to get on the sidewalk. The police say Mr. Brown hit the officer and scuffled with him over his weapon, leading to his being shot.

    Mr. Brown’s friend said he swung after the officer grabbed his neck and was shot after running away, hitting the ground with his hands raised in surrender. He was hit at least six times, twice in the head. His 6-foot-4 frame lay face down in the middle of the warm pavement for hours, a stream of blood flowing down the street”…

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/25/us/michael-brown-spent-last-weeks-grappling-with-lifes-mysteries.html

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Seems that these “news journalists” are actually frustrated “Romance Novelists”

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Dr Baden can find evidence of extra bruising after a body has been embalmed, buried for 5 years, degraded by water seepage, and then dug up (exhumed).
        Ref: Drew Peterson (Kathleen Savio death)

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        • arttart1983 says:

          rumpole2 ~ great point. Sadly, Baden imo has become a whore for the $$$, his opinion will promote the narrative of whomever is paying.

          More importantly, imo, both Linda Kinney Baden/Micheal Baden want to stay relevant & remain in the media, they have more money than they could likely spend in their life time, they don’t need the money, but they, like so many others crave the media attention.

          Baden imo, waived his 10,000.00 fee because if he didn’t, Crump/Parks may have moved onto to somebody else that would, Baden wanted to be involved, wanted the media attention & didn’t need the money. LOL: motive of Baden’s intent.

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          • JT says:

            Yep, the scheme team didn’t think Baden’s signature alone was worth $10,000. Wonder if he would have got his 10K if he made it there before Mike was embalmed.

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    • jason says:

      nice find, anyone know when/where this admission came from as the best I can tell is that DJ has finally stopped making the rounds after his interview following the autopsy (I think this was just as the news of an orbital blowout was coming out but Johnson still was claiming Brown only ‘pulled away’ IIRC.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Fear factor. Grand jury empaneled.

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    • John Galt says:

      “Mr. Brown’s friend said he swung after the officer grabbed his neck”

      Dorian Johnson and the Exciters – Take 3

      Doo wah diddy diddy dum diddy doo

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      • jason says:

        thanks for the link :) Not sure if I missed the ‘swung at’ comment, but did see the ‘he tried to pull away very angrily:P

        Hadn’t seen this DJ commentary before, appreciate the find

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        • John Galt says:

          DJ got 99 problems. Michael Brady said that DJ was in front of and on the passenger side of Wilson’s car.

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        • jason says:


          lol.. the wolf blitzer portion of the vid above, at ~3:40 in the video Mr. Bosley starts making some sort of mumbling noises as Dorian starts to get awfully descriptive about how he and mike were concerned about getting out of the line of fire (angle) of the gun that was drawn on them.

          Guess this conflicts with the ‘he shot in an instant, we had no warning’ shtick, and may explain why Dorian was seen over near the passenger side of the car (getting out of the angle of the gun?).

          really boils the blood that it seems they are asking to string up this officer, department and who knows what else based on clearly false testimony :(.

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          • Fantasia says:

            Got to love the way his attorney is listening, and giving final nods of approval at the conclusion of each statement, as if he is playing the agreed upon script in his head, moving his lips along at times, then nodding, when Dorian gets it right.

            How much more obvious can they be about the coaching?!

            The ventriloquist should NOT be moving his lips, especially with a living dummy!

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Lookit the stupid lawyer nod.

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  13. Kathy says:

    So if embalming can alter gross findings, why is it even okay to be stating that the autopsy was done on 8/17 (after embalming)? Are autopsies common after embalming? What specific types of findings would be altered after embalming?

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  14. rumpole2 says:

    I have been put in spam corner. I am very sorry for whatever sin I committed :(
    Admin

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  15. J'hn1 says:

    I think its time to construct a “worst case” scenario, with everything any evidence supports

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    • J'hn1 says:

      (finally at a keyboard instead of the tablet)(this site works weird on a Chinese Android tablet)
      Worst case not dis-proven by forensic evidence.
      Michael Brown shoplifts candy and tobacco products. Missouri must have separate laws on tobacco to make such a small $ theft a felony. /shrug
      …..proven by video
      Michael Brown converts shoplifting to strongarm robbery with assault on clerk.
      …..again on video
      Michael Brown heads off other than rapidly, and does not bother to hide at all, instead moving down the middle of the street as if in challenge to everybody
      ……by the time delay from video timestamp and customer call to 911 to how close he still was
      By the map, after changing direction Michael Brown was apparently sauntering down the middle of the street
      ……as was noted by everybody’s story of how the encounter with Officer Wilson started.
      Something caused enough suspicion that from an initial drive past, Officer Wilson backed up to do something more serious than speak as he drove by
      ……again, this is most everybody’s story if we leaving out likely prove-able parts about if Officer Wilson knew of Michael Brown’s possible juvenile record or possible gang affiliation (remember the store owner insisting he had not called the Police, it wasn’t his fault, please don’t kill him in retaliation-an act beyond Michael Brown’s abilities by that time-but not beyond somebody the shop owner was afraid of)
      An altercation occurred, inside the F.P.D. vehicle, one that the only way for it to have happened at all was for Michael Brown to have attacked through the open window. That included a gun going off inside the SUV and Michael Brown ceasing the attack at some point immediately to shortly afterwards. Michael Brown’s retreat was not at speed, in fact was still down the middle of the street. Not the getaway you would expect if the perp believed the officer capable of action (let alone pursuit)(remember the stories of Michael Brown being 35 feet away when Officer Wilson order him to halt-I suspect further but the liars wanted maximum officer guilt and didn’t realize what the facts on the ground would add up to) So, dazed and likely partially blinded officer unlatches seat-belt (use mandatory if Department doesn’t want u-tube vids going to court where seat-belt ticketing cops don’t use seat-belts themselves), finds door latch opens door gets a better grip on his pistol and gets out and swings around door to confront Michael Brown who has only gotten the previously mentioned 35 feet away. Still in the middle of the street. (that is where the body lie and nobody’s story has Michael Brown walking back from a back yard or even front porch to that middle of the street.)
      Everybody seems to agree Officer Wilson ordered Michael Brown to stop, later verbiage varies but police training does not have perps turn around but instead police procedure has the high hazard arrestee get down on the ground to their knees if not full spread out on ground to increase officer advantage while still not looking at the officer (and that did not happen)
      What did happen was that Michael Brown did turn around. Dr. Baden did reluctantly admit all of the gunshot wounds on Michael Brown were to his front.
      What did not happen was for any of the three grazing shots to hit while the right arm was in the air in a surrender position. (see below comment of mine) graze angles consistent with range of arm motion during arms pumping of a “bumrush” ie: not surrendering
      side discussion also indicates “bumrush” only purpose of which would be to go back and kill the cop. Officer Wilson, who may not have been able to see at full acuity (everybody sights best with one-Dominant-eye, and I don’t know if it was that eye struck) followed training and kept shooting until he got the D5-K5 shot he needed and by that one side discussion on video reviewed here Michael Brown fell almost on Officer Wilson’s feet meaning if that last shot had not been the D5 shot Michael Brown would have gone hand to hand with Officer Wilson, again.

      Look, nobody goes hand to hand with a solo cop because they will use deadly force to defend themselves rather than risk being killed themselves. Likewise you don’t go for any cop’s gun unless you intend to kill them with it because they would rather you leave in a body bag than themselves leave in that body bag.
      Attacking the officer in his squad is a high level felony all by itself.
      going for that officer’s gun is by itself, attempted murder of that officer.
      All grounds for an officer to use deadly force to apprehend if needed (with none of the option points except die at a felon’s hands or to the felon’s use of his patrol issued pistol being in the officer’s hands)

      My opinion? gang member Michael Brown was showing off, whether to his homies or against the cowed non-gang townspeople I don’t know (I recall the stark fear in the shopkeeper). When Michael Brown encountered an uncowed patrol officer he decided to kill a cop, and when the first attempt failed he thought he could walk away from attempted murder of a LEO (did he think Officer Wilson wasn’t able to pursue or just wouldn’t because he was Michael Brown?) When Officer Wilson was able to stand and pursue, Michael Brown went back to finish the job he had broken off just moments before….killing a Fergusen Police Officer

      He failed.

      But his homies were in the surrounding area directing a modified story for the witnesses to tell…or else. Don’t stop that early on the side audio, but go on to speaker three on the transcript, co-ordinating stories to come up with a lie that puts the blame on the officer.

      Go ahead and pick it apart. But use known facts not just witness testimony from locals in fear of their life to cross that gang (Hey, does anyone know what drove the sudden black influx to Fergusen, I bet it was HUD section-8 colonization)

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      • jason says:

        2 things: 1) unfortunately none of the MSM presented witnesses agree that Wilson gave a command to Brown after pursuing him on foot. The 2 reported police versions do (Josie and un-named source who also reported orbital blowout IIRC), but so far, no (other) public testimony although was a twitter post about a dozen witnesses backing the officer’s ‘reported’ version.

        2) In one of his early interviews (thin first time he as with Bosley, Dorrian makes a curious comment that it takes Wilson ~2-3 minutes before he exits the vehicle to pursue his friend Mike… who had been running down the street during this timeframe. DJ also states that Wilson, after exiting, is approaching his friend by walking with large steps. Remember, Brown is still supposedly running (and had been for 2-3 minutes), kind of off Wilson’s anywhere close at this point. Now, other witnesses seem to state Wilson exited and pursued immediately after Brown fled… but still, it’s interesting Dorian would initially remember such a lengthy gap. This IMO adds a little more weight to the story that by the time Wilson had gotten out and after MB, he was walking down the street. There’s also the potential that Brown had at least 1, or multiple wounds from the initial shot, so that could also account for him no longer running.

        see ~8:00 mark for ‘2-3 minute’ commentary http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-wlDI6hg18

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        • Vivid Blue says:

          Good catch on that MSNBC video DJ gave. Yup, DJ says 2-3 minutes after the first shot before Wilson exited his vehicle and pursued MB.

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        • Where’s the phone video of MB shooting? — with a gap of 2-3 mins, someone would have video and would possibly cough it up with a tipline reward and anonymity.

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          • jason says:

            interview from same day, but different interviewer (Wolf Blitzer). He repeats the ‘we ran for 2-3 minutes’ line. I’d thought maybe he meant something like 20-30 seconds (still would be far too long to only make it 35 feet from the car, but at least a little more reasonable)? But either Bosley missed it the first time he said and let him repeat for round 2, or Dorian seems to be pretty adamant that they were up to something for 2-3 minutes after Big Mike was shot. Also conflicts a good deal with version he just recently described.

            Hope someone will blast him for all the inconsistencies and BS he’s told.
            h t t p://w w w.youtube.com/watch?v=FIjma3CGDe0

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          • J'hn1 says:

            Not if there is a local gang presence you are more afraid of. People, good guys as well as bad guys, are learning to not only identify where a video is shot from, but pay attention to who was where at the time.

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      • jc says:

        Hey, does anyone know what drove the sudden black influx to Fergusen, I bet it was HUD section-8 colonization)

        Pruitt–Igoe was a large urban housing project first occupied in 1954[2] in the U.S. city of St. Louis, Missouri. Living conditions in Pruitt–Igoe began to decline soon after its completion in 1956.[3] By the late 1960s, the complex had become internationally infamous for its poverty, crime, and segregation. Its 33 buildings were demolished with explosives in the mid-1970s,[4] and the project has become an icon of urban renewal and public-policy planning failure.

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        • chuckles49 says:

          Netflix has a documentary on Pruitt-Igoe projects if anyone is interested. It was a beautiful place until the city changed management and removed the security people. All the residents were amazed at the nice, modern apartments they were provided. After years of mismanagement and tenants refusing to pay their rent, they were complaining about the the slum they had to live in. It’s depressing to see how much damage can be done in a short 30 or so years.

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  16. P.Spinach says:

    If you look at Brown’s gun shot wound locations on the forearm closely and follow the trajectory, the only way it seems for a bullet to enter the forearm (as shown in the diagram), travel up and exit the arm, and re-enter the chest is if Brown had his arms up fairly high and was turning suddenly to lunge at the officer. The officer had taken long strides forward to catch up with Brown (if witness Brady is correct), close enough to be in danger when Brown suddenly lunged. Brown may have already made a half-turn to taunt the officer. When officer got close enough, he made a lunge for the gun. First shot went in the forearm. Brown kept charging. Rest is history because there was only one way to stop a charging maniac who had already attempted ownership of officer’s gun against the officer’s hip.

    This was no kid. He wanted to be infamous for stopping a cop.

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    • P.Spinach says:

      I meant to say, the shot to the forearm occurred when Brown was half way turned only and then lunged. When officer says, “freeze” he means freeze. No turning. What are ya going to do, shoot me? Brown turns to check on Wilson, sees officer is getting close enough for a surprise jump. Brown throttles forward, Wilson shoots, bullet hits open forearm. I cannot figure out the angle any other way, for it to exit and then strike chest as shown.

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      • georgiafl says:

        The taunt, “What are you going to do, shoot me?” implies Officer Wilson had not shot him at that point.

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        • lorac says:

          I agree – but curiously, I saw either Parks or Crump (I think Parks) on an evening Fox show either Thursday or Friday say that Brown was hit by that shot in the car and was bleeding as he ran away from he car. That was my first thought – why would he then say a few moments later, “what are you going to do, shoot me?” if he had already been shot. But it was so weird to hear Parks say that – I haven’t heard anything else like it, before or after. Of course, I know the Scheme Team lies through its teeth. And I’m not sure if the thug could have physically just walked away from that….?

          But DJ did say the thug was favoring one arm – but he could have been trying to tailor his testimony again. But it does seem as though that arm wound may have happened when his arm was out, and it went in and out of his body. I’ll never believe his arms were up and a shot up by his hand made a perpendicular turn and traveled down his arm then into his chest.

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        • barbi says:

          So true.

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      • John Denney says:

        My understanding is that the chest wound is an EXIT wound.

        He was leaned forward, similar position as the final round to the top of his head, a round struck his eye, exited at the jawline, re-entered at the collar bone area, exited at the chest, and entered his arm.

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    • Crystal says:

      Punk didn’t want to go to prison and he probably figured no one in the neighborhood would snitch if he killed the cop. I guess he never thought about a surveillance video in the store coming into play.

      I think he was on something, like PCP, to be so aggressive.

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    • Witchy says:

      Exactly!
      People keep asking;
      Why was he shot six times
      Because the other five shots did NOT stop Big Mike from coming at him.

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    • J'hn1 says:

      I look at the trajectories of the three graze strikes and there is no single pose that allows all three. Change that to the range of body motions involved in a “bumrush” and all three are plausible if the right hand is open fingers out thumb slightly inward and down at that moment. A grapple or grasping position useable for either tackling or grabbing a gun away from somebody else’s grasp (or that hand was struck inside the SUV while Brown was going for Officer Wilson’s gun).
      Bullet graze 2 is the right lower arm was slightly wrist below elbow (hardly “hands up”) at the time that bullet went through, and the bullet graze 3 to the upper arm required the elbow down at side (again difficult from a “hands up” position).

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      • boutis says:

        If the gunshot wound happened while Brown was bent over into the cruiser fighting with Wilson for the gun when the gun went off it makes more sense. To me at least. The trajectory would be very strange as Brown would have been bent forward, throwing punches and grappling with Wilson and his arms would have been in all kinds of positions to fit into that space of a vehicle front seat. The gun goes off, he runs, realizes he is wounded, becomes enraged and doubles back. The video in the store shows his propensity to double back and threaten or get in another lick.

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        • georgiafl says:

          In that case, wouldn’t there be a splattering of Brown’s blood in the vehicle and on Officer Wilson’s clothing?

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        • J'hn1 says:

          Possible, but awkward. recreate on a local vehicle yourself.

          reach into left vehicle window with right hand and find an angle where shots to the right hand or arm do not also go into the torso of the owner of that right arm. the ones I figured out require an odd location for the gun at the time it was fired, certainly not impossible given a presumed struggle for said gun, but with the caveat that the gun was not lost to Brown you start to have to have more and more limited possibility suppositions (toss Occam’s Razor out the window).

          I dunno

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  17. Goofey says:

    What was the chain of custody of the body for the second and third autopsy?
    What evidence was destroyed while preparing for embalming or during embalming?
    Could this explain why no gun powder residue was found on the body?

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    • Witchy says:

      Well, all we can hope is Dr. Mary Case has all her T’s crossed and took detailed pictures. Hell, I would NOT put it past the scheme team to put puncture wounds on the body.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        That thought occurred to me also.

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        • Quizzical says:

          Me, too. Dr. Case is a renowned medical pathologist. Dr. Baden had to admit that recently. Now the DOJ is supposedly doing their own autopsy, specifically focusing on the trajectory of the bullets. With unqualified people messing around with the body, which, IS evidence, how can anything Holder’s people come up with be credible? These guys routinely have cases thrown out because the chain of custody was broken. (Remember in the OJ case? I seem to remember some guy having evidence in his pocket for a while.) It might be easy enough to modify a bullet’s apparent trajectory, if someone would be so inclined. (Screwdriver comes to mind.) It would serve to muddy the waters and, worse, help them to create a narrative to discredit Dr. Case’s results. She is already on record disagreeing with Baden, who said that the bullet to the top of the head was the fatal shot. Dr. Case said that either the head wound OR the chest wound would have been fatal. That is a great catch about Todashev. If the officer is charged, I hope his defense team are apprised of all your good work. You’re doing the job that the mainstream media refuses to do.

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  18. Witchy says:

    Sundance,

    I hope you know that your hard work is respected and appreciated.
    What I do not understand is: How does this man get away with this?
    Did you see this?

    When speaking how Shawn Parcells exaggerates his credentials;

    “For instance, a few months ago, his LinkedIn profile stated he had been a graduate student at the University of Florida for two years, but he acknowledges that he never attended a class there.

    Currently, he lists New York Chiropractic College under his education, but he just finished his first trimester as an online student. He also lists himself as a professor at Wichita State University, but Jean Brickell, chair of medical technology there, said Parcells only assisted at a clinical site one time.

    Parcells said he was not trying to misrepresent his education.

    “I think like the University of Florida, for example, I had that on my LinkedIn page at the time because I was planning on starting, and then life got busy, and I never went back to my LinkedIn page to take it off,” he said. “It was an honest, human mistake.”

    Also, Parcells lists the National Association of Medical Examiners and American Academy of Forensic Sciences under his organizations, but those groups say he is not a member.

    Parcells uses the professional initials “FPA,” which he says stands for Forensic Pathologist Assistant, a designation he invented. “I’m trying to get that designation out there for pathologists’ assistants to be able to use,” he said.”

    http://m.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/missouri-coroners-question-practices-of-forensics-company-operator/article_0662e5b1-dcfa-578f-9487-8ab6a176ea4d.html?mobile_touch=true

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  19. polk8dot says:

    My brain explodes each time I see the phrase ‘Prof. Parcells’.
    You’d think that the NYT would have at least a smidgen of integrity and bothered with even a c u r sorry check of

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  20. arttart1983 says:

    MTV VMAs pays tribute to Michael Brown in somber segment led by rapper Common

    The star-studded audience fell quiet for five seconds of silence for Brown, who loved hip hop and aspired to be a rapper.

    ‘The people in the Ferguson…in St. Louis have used their voices to call for justice and change – to let everyone know that each and every one of our lives matters,’ Common said.

    He became an instant symbol of racial injustice as protesters flooded into the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, and the federal government has launched an investigation

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2733488/Nicki-Minaj-Ariana-Grande-kick-MTV-VMAs.html#ixzz3BNyW8UW2

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  21. sundance says:

    Interesting “Tip” just in regarding the police initially taking phones and security camera recordings. It appears some of the housing had security cameras. Hence, some of the locals who did not want to be recorded in the “common areas” (sidewalks etc) covered by said cameras, knew to avoid recording you walk down street, not sidewalk.

    Might explain why Big Mike and Dorian were walking down street as opposed to sidewalk.

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    • John R says:

      Interesting indeed. I am wondering also about the sequence of the initial events with the officer. I mean it makes sense that when he initially spoke to them that he would approach with window down to tell them to get out of the street. But, some statements from his friends or friends of friends, have indicated that when the robbery announcement came across the scanner, that he turned around and went back.

      The only issue I can’t reconcile here is that it doesn’t seem like a police officer, now suspecting he was just speaking to robbery suspects would return and get close again with an open window. Police normally would keep a safe distance when approaching a suspect, or I would assume.

      I am wondering if the friend was wrong. Perhaps the announcement about the robbery came over the scanner while they were speaking at the officer’s window. It would make sense that this surprise would perhaps lead MB to attack the officer through the window.

      In addition, after he exited the vehicle with gun drawn and ordering the suspect to freeze etc. If it is true that MB then proceeded to close the distance with the officer, wouldn’t the autopsy / ballistics be able to confirm this, i.e., the shot to the head was at a much closer distance than the initial shots in the arms etc. I would assume (could be wrong) that this would be easy to tell. Of course this could be interpreted by the scheme team to be the Officer getting closer to the hand’s raised don’t shoot suspect rather than the other way around.

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      • yankeeintx says:

        If he was shot in the struggle for the weapon in the car, the wound would have stippling. Gun powder residue would have been washed off of the body during the initial autopsy (after testing), but the stippling would still be present. None of the wounds on the Parcell/Baden diagram indicates stippling, at least not on the diagram they chose to make public. Ballistic testing can determine contact, near-contact, intermediate, and distance. Typically you can’t tell from the wound whether the shot was fired from 15 feet or 20 feet. That evidence would be on the ground, depending on the bullet hitting bare flesh, or flesh covered by clothing.

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    • boutis says:

      And it might explain why they wouldn’t just shrug and walk over the sidewalk and continue on their way after being told to do so. They needed to get past security cameras to deny being strong arm robbers. It also suggests they had done this before or it was common knowledge in the hood to avoid the sidewalks and cameras.

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      • lorac says:

        But wouldn’t he be as likely to know the store he frequented had security cameras….?

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      • Quizzical says:

        I find this curious, too: http://www.kmov.com/news/national/270623971.html

        “Brown’s grandmother, Desiree Harris, said she saw him running in her neighborhood Saturday afternoon when she passed him in her car. Just minutes later, after she returned home, she heard a commotion and went outside to check on it. Less than two blocks away, she found Brown’s body.

        ‘He was running this way,’ she said. ‘When I got up there, my grandson was lying on the pavement. I asked the police what happened. They didn’t tell me nothing.'”

        Her name is actually Desuirea Harris. Why was he running? Were both of the young men running down the middle of the street and not walking? Will she be interviewed about what she saw? Didn’t she find it curious that he was running? Why didn’t she stop to give him a ride?

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    • John Galt says:

      What is the walking in the street distance from the Ferguson Market and Liquor Store to the scene of the shooting?

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    • doodahdaze says:

      We need a Tip Line.

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    • Fantasia says:

      You know, Sundance, I am also beginning to wonder if Darren possibky had one of those self purchased chest cams that the officer taps twice when he begins a call.

      Something is just niggling at me here, that they have this sealed up so tightly, that either they did catch it on a neighborhood surveillance cam, a sekf pyrchased cam that Darren bought himself, or, pissibky, a witness we have not heard about, that may be terrified to come forward.

      Whatever it is, something is causing them to play this very close to the vest, and note, with all 3 departments investigating, and all of these seemingly incriminating statements, Darren has NOT been arrested.

      There is a very good reason why. Either all witness statements have been totally unsibstantiated by SOME means, yet unknown to us, or, the other departments are holding back intentionally, to avoid swaying the GJ.

      That would be rather kind if them, wouldn’t it?

      Especially with Holder going to Ferguson, Ibwas fully expecting to hear an arrest on probable cause was effected.

      I think Holder was told the real story, disbelieved it, and went to see it with his own eyes. Once done, if my suspicions are true, he could not arrest to appease.

      So. We can assume just now, no probable cause. But, we must ask, why NOT? This will lead to answers.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Can somebody check this law out? According to this: http://madworldnews.com/missouri-law-renders-officer-shot-mike-brown-hook/
        According to Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University Law School, Professor John F. Banzhaf III, there is a Missouri statute that allows for officers to shoot a fleeing criminal that they know to have just committed a felony.
        Banzhaf further explained that because of this statute, self-defense, although the main stream media would like you to believe different, isn’t Wilson’s only defense. It seems that either narrative, as there are currently two, Wilson has a defense in which would render him off the hook from any wrongdoing.

        Section 563.046 authorizes a law enforcement officer to use “deadly force” “when he reasonably believes that such use of deadly force is immediately necessary to effect the arrest and also reasonably believes that the person to be arrested . . . has committed or attempted to commit a felony.

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  22. Sandra says:

    It’s possible the heads at the NYT don’t understand just how embedded their new reporter was. It wouldn’t hurt to contact the paper and ask them if it’s typical for a reporter and photographer to witness an autopsy without disclosing that they had done so. Crump and Robles are obviously best buds, but I doubt that Robles is best buds with the bigwigs at the NYT.

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    • Sandra says:

      public@nytimes.com

      Margaret Sullivan is the fifth public editor appointed by The New York Times. The public editor works outside of the reporting and editing structure of the newspaper and receives and answers questions or comments from readers and the public, principally about news and other coverage in The Times.

      I’m going to write tomorrow (i.e., later today, why am I up so late again???)

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      • rashomon says:

        Sundance and his team get addictive. We hear so little truth these days that you want to hang on to every strand available.

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      • stella dallas says:

        After reading how Robles trashed Wilson’s mother and his former police department I’m thinking that writing emails to an editor of the NYT isn’t enough. I’m wondering if looking into Robles past might be the only way to put a stop to these unethical reporters.

        Would Robles like it if we dug up dirt on her family? How would she like it if her mother had been married twice and we reported it as Robles did: “… his mother was repeatedly divorced ” Would Robles like to see her junior high school picture splashed all over the internet? Would she like it if we talked to her pharmacist, her ex-boyfriends or her neighbors? I bet not.

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  23. Goofey says:

    But Baden emphasized that he did not have enough information to make a final determination about what exactly happened in the confrontation. …..

    “There are many witness accounts,” Baden said. “We need more forensic evidence. From a science point of view, we can’t determine which witnesses’ statements are consistent with the findings.”….

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/official-autopsy-michael-brown-had-marijuana-in-his-system-was-shot-6-times/2014/08/18/8c016ef8-26f4-11e4-8593-da634b334390_story.html

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  24. nivico says:

    Here’s another curious piece of the puzzle (I don’t know how to post the actual tweet):


    Brian Fallon @brianefallon

    In addition to state-performed medical examination, AG Holder is ordering federal autopsy be performed at request of Brown family #Ferguson
    11:01 AM – 17 Aug 2014

    http://nation.foxnews.com/2014/08/17/eric-holder-orders-second-autopsy-michael-brown


    Note the date and time of the DOJ Director of Public Affairs’ tweet… Sunday, Aug 17th at 11:01 AM.

    We also know that the federal autopsy was performed the very next day on Monday the 18th… so when did they collect the body and have it moved to a federal facility?

    Did Baden even time to perform an autopsy?

    And why did Holder fly to Ferguson personally two days later on Wednesday and want to meet with the family in private without their attorneys present?

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Parcells was, (and I quote Parcells in the Crump presser) messing with the corpse. Now I really doubt his probing was fishy. Especially the probing of the bullet trajectory. How perfect for the set up for Holders probing. They was a whole lotta’ probin’ goin’ on.

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  25. mike says:

    A few observations: 1. Parcells, the totally phony “medical examiner” employed to conduct the autopsy, must have had his “services available” status out there somewhere. How was he chose? Had he worked for the Crump crew prior to this, or did he somehow force himself onto the radar screen? These guys like had some money, why not buy better credentials? 2. When a body is accepted by a mortuary for service preparation, it would be obvious that investigation-related pathology work was complete, and that the body was no longer condidered part of a crime scene. It’s hot and humid in Month. This time of year, and without any preservation measures besides embalming, they would have begun that process virtually immediately- The Crump team had to work fast and Parcells would have likely been aboard at that time. Keep in mind 8 hour drive from Wichita, some time required to book flight from ICT’s neandrathal airport, so Parcells must have been on the “team” from the start, despite his fabricated credentials. 3. If the altered state of a body due to embalming and “shipping and handling” affects accuracy, then holder’s third dog and pony show would be even more detrimentally affected than Crump’s was, and the original law enforcement autopsy with a non-cleaned up body and “as taken” blood work would be pretty difficult to distort with alternate findings obtained using a corrupted body. Oddly, the DOJ and the St. Louis coroner’s office don’t seem to be interested in using media hype to advance an agenda, at least not yet.

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    • jc says:

      Unlike cheese and wine a corpse doesn’t improve with age

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      • boutis says:

        And undertakers do the best with what they have for the family and the funeral. They do not want freaked out people running around inside of their funeral home during the “visitation” (that is what is called locally where I live anyway) or the funeral later.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          The funeral extraveganza will be similar to the JFK funeral. Complete with media operatives speaking in hushed solemn tones. It will be a real Lollapalooza of insanity.
          Will they have an eternal flame too?

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    • J'hn1 says:

      My fear would be that the Feds would confiscate the original blood sample, and then find nothing or have compromised the sample so that nothing could be found, by anybody (like the post Waco pickup of teargas canisters Holder directed and all of everybody’s paperwork to be able to determine before and afterwards inventories so as to know which types -incendiary or nonincendiary- were used)(IIRC, he was apologizing for losing everything before armed agents had finished confiscating everything, sometimes as in the McClellan county paper file backup repository literally at gunpoint)

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  26. Goofey says:

    Still fishing till they find results that fit eye witness testimony….

    “There are many witness accounts,” Baden said. “We need more forensic evidence. From a science point of view, we can’t determine which witnesses’ statements are consistent with the findings.”….

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/official-autopsy-michael-brown-had-marijuana-in-his-system-was-shot-6-times/2014/08/18/8c016ef8-26f4-11e4-8593-da634b334390_story.html

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  27. Goofey says:

    Baden is so biased that it doesn’t even cross his mind that the reason the witness testimonies are not consistent with autopsy results is because they are lying…!!

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  28. chuckles49 says:

    I can’t find the post, but someone on CTH quoted Dr. Henry Lee” as saying there were only three entry wounds on MB’s body, and that the rest were re-entry.wounds. Someone asked for a citation, but never got it as far as I know. Has Dr. Lee somehow been interjected in the case too? Just asking..

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    • boutis says:

      Without going back and looking that might have been me. The video is http://www.newhaven.edu/news-events/UNH-in-the-media/2014-2015/796398/
      He also talks about gun powder residue and blood spatter as being a major part of piecing it all together of course. What kind of evidence is in the police cruiser? Crump and crew are having great difficulty making up a fairy tale to pass off for a wrongful death case because the St Louis legal system is by the book and Crump cannot pry anything out of them even using the media. The media filed FOIA’s for him and all he got was the video of the strong arm robbery. The media is scrambling to keep their story, ratings, and online clicks maintained. Robles is a ghoul. The family is desperate if they allow non-professionals and media ghouls in the room with the body being examined by anyone. The NYT have crossed the line and this is disturbing. All Crump has is outrage and that is petering out.

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      • ctdar says:

        Idk why Lee is bothering to comment on relevance of 2 or 3rd autopsy findings by non state coroner unless again its just to get on the publicity ride.

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        • boutis says:

          He is a teacher currently at U of New Haven. He seemed to me to be trying to say wait for the forensics and investigation to be done as it may not turn out as the media is assuming. Also notice the interview is not on CNN website but the U of New Haven’s. It is not a good interview for Crump and et al.

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      • boutis says:

        “One shot can cause multiple bullet holes” Dr Lee says. He is looking at the autopsy charting and may suspect ONE bullet going in and out then in again in the arm and hand. He has probably seen this before. The trajectory and position of the arm when the bullet entered may have caused it and being at very close range. Gun shot residue would confirm it. This would also explain I think why so many “holes” in the arm, only three bullets found, and two entry wounds to the head killed him.

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        • labrat says:

          Cops don’t shoot high. If his hands were in the air, the shots should be on his torso not his arms. Either all the bullet holes in his arms happened in the vehicle or MB didn’t have his hands up high when the cops was shooting.

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          • georgiafl says:

            As Dr. Henry Lee – the bullet holes in arms and shoulder could be from one bullet that entered and exited several times.

            This could have happened while Brown’s arms were extended forward while he was running toward Wilson.

            It is doubtful that he was already wounded before he began to taunt and charge at Wilson.

            If the choice is between
            A. Officer Wilson’s story, backed up by the evidence we already have (video of robbery, marijuana in Brown’s blood, autopsy with all wounds in front, character of Wilson) and the input of Henry Lee supports a narrative of the Officer’s restraint and cogent, measured response in extreme circumstances.

            B. Crump’s narrative, his paid experts and dubious witnesses and his past MO (lies and manipulation of evidence, invented narrative, invented witnesses by Crump, media tools, etc. Holder and Obama’s assumption of George Zimmerman guilt. Angela Corey and other prosecutorial and judicial maneuvers and manipulation of evidence

            Anyone with one eye and half sense would go with Officer Wilson’s story and reject Crump’s narrative aka agenda.

            The input of Henry Lee is important, but as he would tell you, the evidence from the crime scene, autopsy, toxicology screens, videos, sworn testimony impartial witnesses will coordinate and tell the true story – just as it did in the Zimmerman case.

            Henry Lee says there are four table legs for forensic examinations:
            1. Crime Scene
            2. Witnesses
            3. Evidence
            4. Luck

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            • boutis says:

              I would normally agree with you except for the allegation that the gun went off in the police vehicle during the fight. As for Brown turning around after fleeing a certain distance, there is a video of him turning around after already strong arming the convenience store clerk to come back and taunt and threaten him. Is this a pattern of behavior for Brown? Did he do this a lot? It is a not uncommon physical bullying behavior. Depending upon what if anything Brown had ingested (drugs) and how it may affect a large 18 year old male, he may have felt no pain and ran from the unholy loud racket of a gun going off in the semi closed space of a police vehicle. Then realized he was shot, doubled back to taunt and intimidate, charged and got shot in the head. Who knows. This is why Crump is having so much difficulty making things up for a feasible narrative to get a settlement from the city of Ferguson. He can’t get a firm idea of what really happened. The law enforcement and legal community in Missouri is not co-operating with him. The media has hit a brick wall.

              The trajectory of entry and reentry (and entry and reentry up the arm) from the hand (if grabbing a gun that goes off) up a bent and moving arm bent slightly over the high chest into the upper chest, while bent over into a police car, struggling with another person seems possible for a trajectory. Gun powder residue, blood spatter, on both Brown and Wilson and the vehicle, and if a bullet is lodged into the interior of the police vehicle will tell the sequence of events and the facts. Three projectiles and many holes would indicate multiple entry and reentry wounds with one shot at close range in the hand and arm winding up in the upper chest. Wilson may have missed several times until he got the head target lined up while he was injured and possibly visually impaired.

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              • lorac says:

                I read someone saying that someone drove the officer away in that car. But the car is a crime scene – wouldn’t it have been towed away?

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              • nyetneetot says:

                ….come back and taunt and threaten him. Is this a pattern of behavior for Brown?…

                Naw, that’s a common behavior for people/thugs that get something out of seeing fear from their victims.

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              • doodahdaze says:

                I like your analysis. Only three bullets recovered. Crump is desperate for information so he can tailor the witnesses testimony to fit it. His autopsy is a farce. But it does fit Crumps M.O.

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            • doodahdaze says:

              The second and third entrance wounds would be obvious if made by a bullet…deformed…from the first impact.

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      • barbi says:

        I’ve been amazed that there have been, as far as I am aware, no leaks from the hospital where the officer was taken.

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    • jc says:

      The media is circulating the 8 bullets story for months, the GJ will get the true autopsy 3 entry wounds autopsy and other facts and there will be a “no bill” and riots. Riots will sell more papers (maybe)

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      • boutis says:

        Except the media may be afraid they will be sued for lying. Maybe. A nice class action suit by property owners in Ferguson for damages fomented by the media for LYING.

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  29. chuckles49 says:

    The fact that MB was able to continue charging after being struck several times by a .40 caliber pistol, speaks volumes about his potential to cause serious injury or death to another person.

    A .40 caliber round has roughly the same stopping power as that of a .357 Magnum. MB’s size and strength alone would make his person a deadly weapon armed or unarmed in my opinion.

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    • boutis says:

      And why perhaps Wilson’s friend said in the radio telephone interview that Wilson thinks (thought) Brown was “on” something. Large and crazy is very dangerous.

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      • nomorebsplease says:

        That audio from that radio show was proven, yesterday (here and elsewhere) as fraudulent unfortunately. I advise the websites out there do a better job of vetting info. Let’s not be like crump and the other slugs who hope news is true and report it or manufacture it.

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        • jason says:

          That’s not accurate… there was a facebook post that was deemed/labeled as a Hoax, it was posted 8/17, two days after the ‘Josie’ account on the radio station. The 8/17 post was confirmed to be a Hoax, but that doesn’t mean the Josie account was one also:

          http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/43766_Josie_Story_of_Brown_Shooting_Lifted_From_Fake_Facebook_Page_-_See_Updated_Timeline_Below

          Update (Thanks to BeachDem)

          8/15 Jill Meadows posts a story on Josie Meadows’ facebook page at 7:29 am
          8/15 Josie goes on Dana’s show to spew
          8/17 the fake Darren Wilson post goes up

          So Josie was just recounting a different Facebook post than I originally thought. Still means that the media is treating Josie’s (at best) third hand account of the shooting as equal to actual witnesses.

          And notice Jill Meadows never says where she got her info. Just a cryptic “I believe in my heart for it to be factually true because I know someone very well who was there.”

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        • boutis says:

          The radio callers information has been verified in part by various other sources. Brown did have marijuana in his system but other toxicology has not been released so it cannot be proven false that he was “on” something. Wilson was assaulted by Brown and many sources have verified. Most of what I have written has been about Dr Henry Lee’s interview on CNN which was subsequently hidden by the media. We don’t know if he is correct but he hasn’t been proven wrong either.

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          • nomorebsplease says:

            Ah, ty for the correction. Great job and my apologies for misunderstanding. I just recall people are saying things like “Mike brown as a criminal record’ but didn’t show the source or sometimes it is taken at face value if we hear wilson did or did not suffer fractures. I just want to see it all unfold and, hopefully, we can prove crump/etc broke the law and they can be dealt with properly.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      The genius of John Moses Browning gave us the magnificent stopping power of the Colt, 1911ACP. To me, it’s the Goldilocks of handguns. :lol:

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    • georgiafl says:

      MB taunting and charging Wilson may be an indication of his mental health from early and habitual drug use and drugs in his system.
      It is doubtful he would have taunted/charged if he had already had a bullet wound that entered, exited several times and was lodged in his shoulder.
      More likely, he was only angered/aroused by the drugs/drug use, robbery, scuffle and scratched in hand by metal on Officer Wilson’s gun.

      His own mental state and droopy drawers killed Michael Brown. (plus his peer culture, parenting, home life)

      Otherwise, he might have reached Officer Wilson before the officer with a fractured skull and impaired vision could fire his weapon.

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  30. elvischupacabra says:

    Well, well, well… The Scheme Team Roadshow and Traveling Victim Circus® has come to town. It’s landed in middle America with all its bells, (dog) whistles and hangers-on. It unloaded its panoply of experts, media mavens, spin-doctors, self-proclaimed legal geniuses and amazing personalities. It was welcomed by a taxpayer funded sideshow of 40, no… 80, no… 25,000 FBI agents, all dressed in three-piece Brooks Brothers uniforms with tailored bulges here and there. Leading the way in fawning, genuflecting, jaw-dropping adulation was the Media, headed up by the Old Gray Lady herself! Oh, mother! Won’t you look at this parade. It’s one for the ages. Old P.T. Barnum is spinning like a lathe, ‘cuz he done got one-upped!

    Poor little Ferguson. Poor dumb old St. Louis County. These hayseeds and hicks don’t stand a chance. Before too long, these slick lawyers from Flawwww-rida and their Manhattan (not the Kansas kind, Dorothy!) Media Magicians will have this thing wrapped up slicker than a Chicago Alderman’s palm. Oh, wait until the Grand Jurors hear, see, feel, smell and taste the Greatest Show on Earth! I’ll bet Crump & Parks and their forensics geniuses already have the Crystal chillin’ in the ice buckets. “Baby, should I wear the fedora or the wide-brim for the post-indictment party?”

    Well, like a famous man once said, “That New York sh!t won’t play west of the Hudson!” The only reason it played in Flawwwww-rida is because the Sunshine State is an unwitting colony of the Empire State. The people out here in Fly-Over Country don’t take well to outsiders – especially from “up there” – telling us what to do.

    No. I don’t think is will play out the way the The Scheme Team Roadshow and Traveling Victim Circus® has it planned.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      This is the perfect case to lead to revisiting the SCOTUS Sullivan/NYT decision in the 60’s. If there is one thing that would lead to media reform, that is it. Although reporters have the right to freedom of the press through the 1st amendment they should be liable for lies and slander as they used to be prior to Sullivan.

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    • John Galt says:

      “The Scheme Team Roadshow and Traveling Victim Circus®”

      Pack up the babies and grab the old ladies, cuz everyone goes to Brutha Crump’s show.

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  31. jc says:

    HLN live coverage of the funeral at 11am. They’ll all be fighting for podium time praising BIG MIKE as an American hero, budding rapper, college student and strong arm robber cut down entering the prime of his violent years by The Man. Wonder how many references there will be to Wilson as Mike’s murderer.

    Will any jurisdictions lower their flags to half staff today in his honor? Wonder how many public buildings and roads will be named after BIG MIKE

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    • froggielegs says:

      Wonder if they will use this pic

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      • ctdar says:

        Cmon Froggie, thought that was the fraternity sign Capt Ron used?

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        • froggielegs says:

          Well the difference is, “Big Mike’s” other fingers are bent to make a letter B where as Capt Ron (wasn’t there a movie with Kurt Russell called Captain Ron? LOL) only had his thumb bent.

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      • Reading on a friends FB page where some felt that Brow was a part of the Bloods Gang.

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        • jason says:

          the latest puff piece seems to be directed at trying to downplay that as well as other potentially damaging discoveries :(, Seems Robles may have called up a new Scheme Team member in JOHN ELIGON, who wrote both the puff piece on MB as well as the clear shot across the bow to try and muddy the waters for Officer Wilson

          http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/25/us/darren-wilsons-unremarkable-past-offers-few-clues-into-ferguson-shooting.html?rref=us&module=ArrowsNav&contentCollection=U.S.&action=keypress&region=FixedLeft&pgtype=article

          From the puff piece on MB linked by Sundance above:
          ““You may see him on a picture with some friends that may have been in a gang,” Ms. McSpadden said. “He wasn’t in a gang. He just knew how to adapt to his surroundings. Michael was so cool that he could just get along with anybody.”

          There’s also cover for his vulgar lyrics: “or his music he adopted a persona to appeal to hip-hop fans, said his cousin, Bryan Douglas,

          Article tries to paint warm and fuzzies around every potentially damaging thing about MB known to date, including how he used his size to ‘scare away potential trouble’ and how that’s such an admirable thing. Just like he used his size to scare away the potential 911 call and police report from the store clerk :/

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          • Phooey says:

            Robles goes digging for skeletons in Wilson’s closet in that article, and I’m surprised it took this long to come out. Oh wait, she had to hold the story this long, because she’s been looking and still can’t find anything. That’s the best the skunk could do in 2 weeks of searching for dirt.

            She slinked around the neighborhood where he grew up with his mother the identity thief. Didn’t really find anything there, other than insinuating that mom used her ill-gotten gains to buy clothes and hockey gear for Darren, and talking to a neighbor who supposedly was one of the victims, who was “stunned” that Wilson became a cop.

            She makes random accusations of police corruption in the departments that Wilson has worked in. Nothing involving Wilson.

            So then the only other angle she can possibly find is the story of another innocent black male, the honorable Mr. Christopher Brooks. Evidently Big Chris was caught by Wilson in a vehicle loaded down with marijuana, resisted arrest, and was taken into custody before backup arrived. That’s what led to the commendation and FB photos of Wilson that have been circulated. Robles gets the he-din’t-do-nuffins version of events from family members of the perp, as well as how his large size made it “uncomfortable” to be handcuffed behind his back. Boo hoo. Look for Scheme Team to bring some of these characters onto the media circuit in the coming days to tell tales of Darren Wilson, once they’ve lost the momentum of today’s funeral.

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            • Robles also trashed Wilson’s deceased mother calling her “repeatedly divorced’ because she was married twice. I’m wondering if Robles is so pure that we can’t find some dirt about her.

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          • ftsk420 says:

            In a gang or gang affiliated makes no difference in the eyes of the law

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        • John Galt says:

          Bloods marching in parade with Capt Ron, Bloods looting Ferguson Market, DJ with 5 point star tattoo, MB throwing Bloods gang sign, Pittsburgh Pirates hat on display at MB memorial.

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      • rashomon says:

        He is so-o-o-o-o out of it.

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      • georgiafl says:

        What kind of shirt is Brown wearing in this photograph?

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    • chuckles49 says:

      You’d think a dignitary or a former President had died rather than a strong arm robber that tried to disarm a police officer.. I wonder if we’ll have to hear a speech from Obama today about the tragic murder of another innocent, misunderstood son of his? Convenient his return coincides with the funeral isn’t it?

      MB’s Dad called for a day of “peace”, so tomorrow the riots and protests will resume as scheduled.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Hero of the the State funeral.

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  32. doodahdaze says:

    A sitting Grand Jury might be a WMD to so called Journalists. I am watching to see if it has the effect of “tamping” them down.

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  33. Tkim says:

    The entire country is acting as if this Mike Brown funeral is on par with that of President Reagan. This site keeps me sane. Thank you.

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  34. Moishe Pipik says:

    I just wrote a simple letter to the NY Times Public Editor pointing out Robles’ extreme bias in covering the death of a robbery suspect in a police shooting. If they get a few hundred letters citing specific examples, they may do something.

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  35. kinthenorthwest says:

    Did you all know that there is a gang called “Obama Boyz”
    I found out through this article about a St Louis “Obama Boyz” gang member who shot at some people.
    Member of ‘Obama Boyz’ gang charged in St. Louis shootings

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/member-of-obama-boyz-gang-charged-in-st-louis-shootings/article_5a3ae580-09b8-11e2-ae31-0019bb30f31a.html

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  36. doodahdaze says:

    Note who wrote this piece. Good ole Jake. He is also part of the team..

    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2009/10/white-house-posts-visitor-lists-is-that-the-bill-ayers-no/

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      It’s also almost 5yrs old. Methinks that these early attempts to portray an appearance of transparency were quickly dropped.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        I see it more as a smokescreen for Obama. A cover up. Ole Jake was at it years ago. An excuse piece. Look again from the perspective Jake is sweeping it under the rug.

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        • LetJusticePrevail" says:

          Oh, that perspective didn’t escape my notice. Jake was doing what so many others in the administration have done for Barry…make excuses. But the public has taken notice of the total lack of transparency of the Obama administration. Much the same as they have taken notice of the other false promises-such as protection for whistle blowers- that the White House has totally abandoned. It even seems that at least one (Chuck Hagel comes to mind here) of the more senior cabinet members have grown weary of trying to maintain the indefensible positions that they have been forced into by Obama’s duplicitous behavior.

          http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/23/us/politics/us-isnt-sure-just-how-much-to-fear-isis.html?_r=1

          Has Hagel gone completely off the reservation by accident, or design? Is Obama meeting with Hagel today for an “update” on the US air strikes against the IS, or is this going to be a case of Obama telling Hagel to “muzzle” himself and stick to Obama’s earlier statement about the IS being a “JV” team? Should be interesting to watch Hagel in the immediate future, to see if he attempts to”walk back” some of his statements that seem to contradict those of the president, or if Hagel “sticks to his guns” and Obama is the one who “morphs” his rhetoric to fit the emerging picture of IS. Or,maybe neither, and we see another WH “insider” split ways with Obama, supposedly to “pursue other opportunities”?
          \
          Any guesses/bets?

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  37. libby says:

    Thanks to wapo and the 9 journalists sent to the ferg, we now know more about wilson’s life history than that of potus

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2014/08/washington-post-finds-darren-wilson-guilty-by-association/

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  38. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Name to remember when analyzing the social media and begsite campaigns associated with the “Justice for Michael Brown” crowd:

    Adner Marcelin

    Not only is he the person who set up the “gofundme” site for JFMB,but he’s also the same person who founded the “Justice for Trayvon Martin Facebook Group”.

    http://axiomamnesia.com/2012/03/19/trayvon-martin-rally-update-organizers-meet-state-attorneys-office/

    He is also the FL State Director of The League of Young Voters Education Fund:

    “We hired Adner Marcelin as our Tallahasee organizer in June as part of our State Based Apprenticeship Program to ramp-up our civic engagement and census activities.”

    http://youngvoter.org/FL

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The flaw in analyzing Obama and his ilk is this. The conclusion analysis begins with is flawed. They begin with the analysis that Obama wishes to do good for the country. Wrong. To begin the analysis from this point of view leads to chaos and utter confusion. The right conclusion to start with is the opposite, Obama is not pro american. Then everything is logical and makes perfect sense.

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      • georgiafl says:

        You have to ask – why the Democrats allow the drug/gang culture to go on killing and imprisoning millions of young black males.

        Remember the unholy hell the media kicked up when Newt Gingrich talked about how he and Kemp devised programs that improved schools and neighborhoods, and talked about Jobs and inner city kids getting out of the crime mindset and into productive healthy lives?

        These Democrat and Republican leftist corrupticians must get big money from drug trade, and Planned Parenthood.

        Otherwise – why do they arm drug gangs, allow them to run over the borders? Most drug, porn and human trafficking cartels in Mexico, US, Europe, Asia are run by Islamists.

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        • georgiafl says:

          What the denizens of the District of Corruption have done to the Immigration and Border law enforcement is CRIMINAL.
          They have even denied them ammunition for practice. Denied them the power to enforce our borders.
          Despicable, despicable, utterly despicable.

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        Correct. But when did I suggest that Obama or anyone associated with the BGI had the best interest of the country in mind? To the contrary, I believe the exact opposite, and merely brought Adner Marcelin’s name to the forefront for further investigation and sunlight. Google him. This guy is deeply involved in the formation of so-called “non-profits” that are suckling from the teat filled with American tax dollars.

        http://www.nonprofitfacts.com/FL/Marcelin-And-Mason-Community-Outreach.html

        http://www.corporationwiki.com/Florida/Tallahassee/adner-marcelin/28500595.aspx

        “Marcelin currently serves as the President and National Representative for Thomas M. Cooley Law School at the law school’s Lansing campus. He also serves as an Executive Board Member of the Lansing Student Bar Association. Marcelin received his Masters of Business Administration at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida and his BS in Criminology at the Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. He also serves as a paralegal and media relation’s specialist at the Tallahassee Law Firm of Parks & Crump, LLC“.

        http://thepillar.cooley.edu/student-life/school-wide/aba-lsd-gets-new-circuit-lt-governor

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  39. maggiemoowho says:

    I have read about two cases where Parcells testified and gave a medical opinion under oath. How he was allowed to testify without objection or even legally is down right scary. It is against the law to practice medicine without a license. Giving a medical opinion and diagnosis under oath without any type of medical degree should be illegal also. I’m trying to find the actual testimony to find out if he was identified as a pathologist to the court. Shame on the states who allowed this man to testify. One was a child abuse case and the other a prison death case.

    http://www.macon.com/2011/09/30/1725025_doctor-baby-not-shaken-to-death.html?rh=1

    http://thinkoutsidethecage2.blogspot.com/2012/02/young-inmate-dies-of-treatable.html

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    • georgiafl says:

      Political science…like the APA groups have become.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Could the problem be with the attorneys who did not challenge his “qualifications” in the manner that O’Mara challenged the qualifications of the so-called “experts” that BDLR wanted to call in the Zimmerman case? I saw one piece written by Parcells (in rebuttal to questions about his qualifications) that he claimed to be recognized as “an expert witness” in several states. Perhaps the problem lies not (necessarily) with the courts, themselves, but with the various legal counsels who participated in those proceedings. Did they merely accept the “alphabet soup” credentials that Parcells presented, without any serious vetting?

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      • maggiemoowho says:

        Yes, I think that his credentials or lack there of, were not challenged at all. I’m speechless, this is so wrong.

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      • Sharon says:

        Did they merely accept the “alphabet soup” credentials that Parcells presented, without any serious vetting?

        It’s possible they knew exactly who he wasn’t and engaged his services specifically because he’s a useful tool who would be willing to play third chair violin to Baden.

        Considering Baden’s resume and credentials and how he lends himself to nefarious events, credentialing isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, either.

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    • nivico says:

      “Shame on the states who allowed this man to testify.”

      There are many, many cases of ‘experts’ simply being taken at their word about their credentials and allowed to testify… only for it to be later proven that they had lied about their credentials.

      One of the worst recent examples involved the SBI blood spatter analyst in the Michael Peterson case… he had gotten away with lying about his credentials for nearly 20 years prior to his finally being exposed as a fraud during Peterson’s appeal.

      And he worked for the state’s friggin’ SBI Crime Lab!!!

      Like sundance mentions, though… just as their funeral home ‘expert’ never testified in the Zimmerman trial, they don’t need Parcells and Baden to testify in court. They just need them to testify in the newspaper headlines.

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  40. ensitue says:

    Obama and Co will have their Horst Wessel the parallels are tragically clear

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  41. lovemygirl says:

    I just found the live funeral coverage. This is the strangest funeral I have ever seen. Lots of misplaced anger and the fact the major media is covering it has me shaking my head.

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    • Sharon says:

      Don’t let those visuals interfere with your recovery. ;)

      Misplaced anger and having the media as audience gives them the motive for the funeral; otherwise, it would have been held ten days ago.

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  42. yankeeintx says:

    Looking at Parcells facebook page, and company website is interesting. Seems they didn’t bother proofreading because they are willing to “take your loved ones remains to the closet”.

    http://www.nationalautopsyservices.com/about.html

    Notice: “Our pathologists are board certified by the American Board of Pathology in anatomic, clinical, forensic, and/or neuropathology. All have performed thousands of autopsy examinations and are experienced in civil and criminal court testimony.”
    His facebook page shows a photo of him teaching a medical student, and from back when he was an intern in neurosurgery. Impressive for a man who has never attended med school.

    https://www.facebook.com/shawn.parcells

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  43. Goofey says:

    You can Skip to the bottom to get to the point…

    Compare and contrast to The Baden Statement I posted earlier To DR. Lee.

    CNN Transcript: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1408/18/wolf.01.html

    Baden said. “We need more forensic evidence. From a science point of view, we can’t determine which witnesses’ statements are consistent with the findings.”

    Lee said. “…So the community have to really have patience waiting for the reconstruction (of the shooting). You don’t want to make a mistake. Call before got all the known facts.

    Where Lee shows he is a exemplary example for a scientist, Baden shows he is a hack for hire!!!

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  44. JAS says:

    “The New York Times was present during the autopsy.”

    SD, not likely. As a mater of fact, Parcells should not have been present either. If they were then they broke the law. The laws in this country specifically prohibit non-state licensed persons to be present in the embalming room at funeral homes when corpses are on the tables, this would have been where that “autopsy” was performed. How do I know this? I own two of them. I can’t even be there myself. Look that up.

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  45. Ray76 says:

    According to FlightAware.com the only flight arriving at St. Louis on Sunday Aug 17 from the NYC area was Southwest flight 223, arriving at 07:28AM CDT.

    Sunday morning’s arrivals begin here:

    http://flightaware.com/live/airport/KSTL/arrivals?;offset=2680;order=actualarrivaltime;sort=ASC

    Then scroll to the bottom of the list and click “Next 20″, you will go to this URL

    http://flightaware.com/live/airport/KSTL/arrivals?;offset=2700;order=actualarrivaltime;sort=ASC

    And there it is:

    SWA223 B737 Newark Liberty Intl (KEWR) Sun 06:30AM EDT Sun 07:28AM CDT

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