CONFIRMED – Officer Darren Wilson Did Know Mike Brown Was Suspect In Robbery, and Did See Stolen Cigars In His Hands Prior To Attempting Questioning….

Things are adding up rather quickly now.

First the full video from the convenience store robbery by Mike Brown and Darian Johnson:

Contrary to popular media spin, Police Chief Tom Jackson confirms that Officer Darren Wilson did see cigars in the hands of Mike Brown and did view him as a potential suspect in the previous strong-arm robbery when he approached for questioning.

MichaelBrownGangSigns(Saint Louis Dispatch) The officer who shot Ferguson teen Michael Brown stopped Brown and another teen because they were walking in the street, not because of a robbery a few minutes earlier, Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said Friday afternoon.

Jackson said the officer was aware cigars had been taken in the robbery of a store nearby, but did not know when he encountered Brown and Dorian Johnson that they might be suspects. He stopped them because they were walking in the street, Jackson said.

But Jackson told the Post-Dispatch that the officer, Darren Wilson, saw cigars in Brown’s hand and realized he might be the robber.

Jackson also addressed concerns about his release of information about the robbery at the same time he released the name of the officer at a press conference Friday morning.

Jackson said he released the security video from the liquor store because news organizations had been requesting it under the Freedom of Information Act.

Asked by reporters why he released the tape, he said, “Because I had to. Too many people put in (freedom of information) requests for it.”

Told of the family’s angry reaction to the release, he said, “First, my heart goes out to the family. I can’t imagine what they are going through. We have given you everything that we have now… There is nothing else we have got.” 

Jackson said Wilson, 28, worked as a police officer in neighboring Jennings for two years before joining Ferguson about four years ago. He described Wilson as “a gentle, quiet man” and “a distinguished officer.”

Jennings closed its police department in late 2010 in the wake of a federal probe into the theft of grant money, and turned public safety over to St. Louis County Police. Jennings City Councilman Alan Stichnote said Wilson applied to the County Police to keep working in Jennings, but was not hired.

 For Wilson, Jackson said, the shooting “is absolutely devastating. He never intended for any of this to happen.”  (keep reading)

Michael Brown store robbery

In addition a friend of Officer Wilson shared this account of what took place:

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

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

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

Daryl Parks and President Obama

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208 Responses to CONFIRMED – Officer Darren Wilson Did Know Mike Brown Was Suspect In Robbery, and Did See Stolen Cigars In His Hands Prior To Attempting Questioning….

  1. lovemygirl says:

    Now things make a bit more sense. I knew enough to ignore theidiotic hype of things like the officer was trying to pull him inside the car or he was on his knees with his hands up begging for his life. I just couldn’t think of why the store. Video was released and then saying the officer did not know about the robbery especially since he was called off the sickness call and was so close. I just hope the parent’s lawerers & Crumpty Dumpty are shut up by rational people.

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    • Sandra says:

      Right! The initial story was that the officer reached through the window of the vehicle, grabbed MB’s neck and started choking him! Nobody could have done that to a guy who was 6’3″.

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    • gilbertgotfried says:

      If this is all true (and makes a lot of sense), why did it take so long for the info to be released?

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      • ButterCookie77 says:

        Because a major Federal investigation is under tow. You know every detail is not disclosed during the gathering of facts and evidence.

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        • nancy says:

          What I find key is that BROWN obviously knew he had just robbed a store, so he had every reason/motive to fight the cop and try to escape. Also, if the cop was unaware of the robbery, he might have been caught off-guard if he thought they were simply jaywalkers. That’s unclear to me however, since the chief was unclear – first he said no, but later said the cop may have figured it out when he saw cigars…I’m unsure what to believe currently, and don’t blame the police for keeping it quiet since it’s likely going to end up in court. It doesn’t matter though – police can’t kill someone solely for robbery; the main issue is whether Brown was a threat to the cop’s life.

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          • HEY YA says:

            I think it bears mentioning that there is a problem with the way some (not all) white police officers perceive young black males. I don’t know what happened in Ferguson, I wasn’t there, so to claim that I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that the shooting of MB was justified or not would be ignorant. Of course the perception of police felt by the black community, especially recently, also needs to be taken into account. However, people should understand that black men are treated differently by some police then are white men; any of us who live in racially diverse cities or towns can probably all remember seeing it at one point or another. While I certainly don’t think that all white police officers are racists, I think it’s clear that some are, or at the least culturally incompetent. That’s a problem. There should be increased emphasis on cultural understanding amongst police officers during their training. Can we all at least agree to that. My heart goes out to the families of Darren Wilson and Michael Brown.

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              “I think it bears mentioning that there is a problem with the way some (not all) white police officers perceive young black males”
              Even JESSE JACKSON said a few years ago, “There is nothing more painful to me … than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery, then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved.”’

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  2. janc1955 says:

    Thanks for assembling the puzzle pieces, SD. Unfortunately, I’m absolutely certain that the chief’s earlier bungling during his presser — SEEMING to say — and also reiterating his point when questioned by the press — that Wilson did not know or suspect that Brown was involved in the robbery when he encountered him, will be used to further advance the BGI narrative.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      CNN is spewing outright lies at this moment then.

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      • barbie says:

        Greta on Fox played the video of a defender of Brown’s repeating the mantra that Brown was on his knees with hands up saying,”Dont shoot.”

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        • 1Annabelle says:

          I don’t know why there is so much spin, Fox, CNN there both in on it. I wrote both and described a you tube video where the above is said by a bystander just after the shooting. They should the video and wrote an article about everything else except the important part. It was bullshit!!!

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    • FStudstill says:

      Why wasn’t this video released in the beginning, since it existed? It could have diffused everything day one. I actually think the timing is very suspect.

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      • Sara says:

        I don’t think it would have diffused anything. Even now, a video showing Office Wilson getting beaten wouldn’t stop these rioters. They don’t want justice, just a white lynching.

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  3. Blonde in Red says:

    The truth sure is getting more embarrassing by the minute.

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  4. Moishe Pipik says:

    Liberal media is still calling this a “shoplifting” which, you know, is OK. He was going to be an astronaut, you know, and that’s how astronauts celebrate: with cigars!

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  5. kyzug says:

    You (the friend) had me up until the last few sentences. Does anyone find it credible that if a cop had a gun drawn on someone who was running, and had made it ~35ft away, that person would decide to just turn around and “bumrush” the cop? Bad news for all if the autopsy shows Brown with multiple shots in the back. Well, everyone except Crump.

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    • woohoowee says:

      If someone is stupid enough to assault a cop in the first place, it isn’t hard to imagine the person being stupid enough to rush the policeman. It isn’t like the subject didn’t know the policeman was armed when he attacked him the first time.

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    • Dixie Darling says:

      I couldn’t see any blood on the back of Brown’s shirt in the picture of him laying in the street. Being shot in the back doesn’t wash. Brown appeared to be a bully to the store clerk even though he was in the wrong, so why would one think he’d be any different to a cop who was trying to apprehend him. He’d already slammed the door on the cop, pushed him back in the car and tried to get his gun……he obviously thought he was invincible so the friend’s account makes sense to me.

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      • woohoowee says:

        The version relayed by the friend of the policeman explains multiple shots. There are those who don’t like that.

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        • boutis says:

          One shot would not take him down especially if he had drugs in his system not to mention how very large he was. But the officer would not say he shot him while being charged if not true because he understands ballistics. How far Brown was from the police car when he fell is not clear either. Thirty five feet away from angry enormous young male is very close if you have already had one grappling session with him.

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          • justafly says:

            Someone getting shot by a gun is not like in the movies, where they fly back 10 feet and hit the floor. A man shot through the heart can maintain an attack for over 7 seconds. (Only 7 seconds you say? Time it and consider how many time an attacker could stab or pull a trigger in 7 seconds.)

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            • jello333 says:

              Just thought of something. Weren’t the “peaceful protesters” saying Brown was shot in the face? If so, when exactly did THAT happen if he was also shot in the back as they claim? Shot to the face implies coming TOWARD the cop. Shot to the back implies going AWAY FROM the cop. If BOTH of those shots happened, the shot to the back almost certainly must have come FIRST…. because generally, getting shot in the face precludes any further self-propelled change of direction. So are they trying to saying that “the kid” was running away from the cop, got shot in the back a few times, then turned around to plead with the cop, “Please stop shooting me in the back”, whereupon the cop delivered the coup de grace to the face? I think we’re getting into bizarro world here.

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        • myopiafree says:

          The “multiple shots – do not make sense to me – UNLESS 330 pound Mike Brown choose to do a very stupid thing – bum rush the police man. (Shooting then makes sense.) Brown proved that he had no respect for anything. He just proved his profound stupidity. He could have just kept “walking”, and nothing would have happened.

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          • Hmm, no it doesn’t make sense. None of this does. Shooting an unarmed person six times doesn’t make sense. Neither does shooting an unarmed person 19 times, it happened. Neither does shooting a handcuffed man in the back, but it happened. I could go on with th examples. It doesn’t make sense for a person who is trained to protect citizens to shoot them multiple times when they have no weapon. Spare me the story about his size. If you are afraid of the people you are supposed to serve, don’t do the job. I’m an educator, and a small one. I work with plenty of youths who are much larger than me. If I feared them I couldn’t be effective.

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            • ftsk420 says:

              How about if he was high on say PCP I have seen people shot multiple times and still keep coming. I saw someone high on PCP walk down the street with his guts dragging along the ground. Fact is if you go for a cops gun chances are your going to die for it

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              • doodahdaze says:

                Attacking a cop and trying for his gun is hazardous to your life. It also is probable cause that the perp may be a hazard to others in the public if he gets away. So we have a robbery, an assault, a battery, terroristic threatening, an assault, a battery, resisting arress, escape, and assault. All within 10 minutes. 9 felony crimes in 10 minutes. Ok shoot, argue he was not a threat to the public when shot.

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            • Rocky Mtn Mama says:

              “Shooting an unarmed person six times doesn’t make sense.” — It most certainly does if that person keeps coming at you. You shoot until the threat is stopped–one shots, three shots, ten shots. Whatever is necessary.

              “It doesn’t make sense for a person who is trained to protect citizens to shoot them multiple times when they have no weapon.” – Unarmed people can and do kill others every day. Brown was certainly large enough and strong enough to cause serious injury to Wilson or to kill him.

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    • Trevor says:

      I saw a photo of Brown lying face down in the street after he was shot and there was no discoloration on the back of his white shirt. I strongly doubt he was shot in the back.

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    • jack203 says:

      Do I find it credible now after the video? YES. A lot more likely than the cop just decided to shoot the kid in the back.

      The video should be all any rational person needs to decide who gets the benefit of the doubt here.

      The autopsy will NOT show Michael Brown was shot in the back and the toxicology report will almost certainly show he was on something.

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    • gringz says:

      We do not know that Wilson was 35 feet away. He was 35 feet away from the vehicle. If Wilson was in pursuit, he more than likely was much closer to Brown when he turned around. Keep in mind Brown was running in sandals with his pants down below his butt;
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    • Hey! This is a new meme! “You had me up until…” I’ve been reading that on other blogs just in the past few days. It is usually a leftist, troll, contrarian pretending to be fair-minded, then … not so much.

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  6. auscitizenmom says:

    Well, this story makes more sense than the decedent criminal’s partner in crime’s story.

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  7. kyzug says:

    Hypothetical – If it is true that, cigar in hand, Brown attacked the officer in his car, physically struck him and tried to get his gun… if that is established and proven and on camera, if at that point Brown runs away and is fleeing down the street 35 ft away, is it OK for the cop to shoot him at that point in your opinion? Because from what I’m piecing together, I suspect that is what happened.

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    • woohoowee says:

      Sorry, MB’s friend claims MB handed the cigars off to him when he attacked the cop. So there’s that.

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      • woohoowee says:

        ADD: MB’s friend’s version has the policeman making an impossible grab around MB’s throat while the policeman was still seated in his car.

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      • John Galt f says:

        It is going to get better. The only reason for stealing lots of Swisher Sweets is to make and sell lots of blunts. Dorian is all tatted up and very likely has gang affiliation. They have Dorian slam dunk on video and store owner statement as an accomplice in a felony strong arm robbery, yet they let him walk. Dorian is going to be getting lots of attention from police, police informants, undercover cops. The cops expect Dorian to be running his mouth in the hood.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          I think the eyewitnesses that haven’t come forward will be running their mouths too. It’s just the nature of the beast.

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        • jello333 says:

          Years ago when my sons were more into that, they would occasionally buy a little cigar to make a blunt…. buying them one or two at time (kinda like Trayvon tried to do that night). I can’t even imagine the need for them to have whole boxes full. That almost MUST involve dealing of some kind… and most likely the weed Mike and his friend planned on putting in them (assuming that was the plan) wasn’t quite… umm… “pure”. Marijuana by itself, for the most part, isn’t bad, and can even be good in some ways. But you start messing around, changing the chemistry and adding stuff to it… not good. (This is just me hypothesizing of course😉 )

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        • Richard H. says:

          I suspect Dorian’s story might start to line up w/the police account…
          of course, they will be keeping close tabs on him from now on.
          He will probably start to run his mouth…if he lays his cards right, he might wind up w/a whole new identity, could be his ticket out of the ghetto

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        • Paula says:

          Dorian has an actual warrant out for his arrest from 2011 for stealing.

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      • Terry in GA says:

        Wasn’t the friend referring to the cigar handoff in the convenience store? That is what was on the video.

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        • woohoowee says:

          Yes. I did a very poor job of wording that one.

          MB’s friend then claimed MB handed the cigars to him when MB was leaving the officer’s vehicle.

          It will be interesting to see where the cigars did, and did not, end up.

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          • jello333 says:

            Wait, what? This dude is supposedly in a life-and-death struggle with a cop, and he bothers to take the time to hand some cigars to his friend as he “was leaving the officer’s vehicle”??? Hmm…

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    • Hypothetical? No, it would not be okay. And he didn’t have a cigar in hand according to the not credible witness. But there are no more facts to conclude one scenario than there is the other. Moot question. I think we must wait for all the facts to come out before we try the cop on the internet. Besides, the judge or jury will decide.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        I think it better to get a head start. We already know what took months to figure out about the scheme team. All levels of government will be brought to bear against the cop. Just like GZ. The whole scheme team is in action.

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        • Dixie Darling says:

          Agreed…..I was responding to Kyzug with the hypothetical question who was assuming that Brown was shot in the back while running away from the scene.

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    • myopiafree says:

      Hi Kyzug – At 35 feet – and running away – it is actually HARD TO HIT a person – if you are “shook up” from a previous physical attack. I doubt the officer was “that accurate”. But by “running towards” – that was indeed a death threat. That is probably what actually happened. I doubt the officer wanted to shoot – but he had no choice.

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    • Tom Murphy says:

      But this witness says Brown was coming at the cop. You can hear that part in this video and then a caller relating the same story: http://youtu.be/0mAaJMBxKA4

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Wait for the evidence to decide. In the meantime speculation is all we can do. I suspect the good shoot because of the involvement of the scheme team. To me that is enough probable cause to go with the good shoot scenario.

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    • Nope, not at all. We have a legal process in this country that our police, especially, are expected to follow.

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      • jello333 says:

        To anyone reading that’s not familiar with the Treehouse. This is NOT a “cops can do no wrong” kinda place! Over the past few months there’s been many posts here about various incidents involving cops doing terrible things, and lots of discussion about how wrong it is when cops violate our rights, or when they’re allowed (encouraged!) to “militarize”. The reason I’m pointing this out is in case anyone is thinking, “Well sure, that site is obviously gonna side with the cop.” NO! The guys who run this site try their best to side with whoever has TRUTH on their side. Sometimes that’s the cops, sometimes it’s not. It just so happens that in THIS case, the cop seemed to be in the right.

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  8. froggielegs says:

    Dorian said in his interview with Sharpton, that “Big Mike” had his hands full of cigarillo’s and that “Big Mike” handed them to him (Dorian) so he could get away from the cop.

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  9. juanjelelip says:

    see video around 6.45 to 7:18 witness in background stating brown came towards officer.

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      • sundance says:

        Good catch. Really good catch. I’m going to try and transcribe that.

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        • sundance says:

          @6:28/6:29 of video

          #1 How’d he get from there to there?
          #2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck
          {crosstalk}
          #2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him
          {crosstalk}
          #2 Then the next thing I know he doubled back toward him cus – the police had his gun drawn already on him –
          #1. Oh, the police got his gun
          #2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him
          {crosstalk}
          #2 Police fired shots – the next thing I know – the police was missing
          #1 The Police?
          #2 The Police shot him
          #1 Police?
          #2 The next thing I know … I’m thinking … the dude started running … (garbled something about “he took it from him”)

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          • jello333 says:

            Okay, I hear a couple parts slightly differently…. and maybe it’s even MORE incriminating for Brown. One isn’t that big a deal:

            Instead of “doubled back” I get, “The next thing I know he coming back towards…” (and can’t make out the last word. But the next part might be more significant. Here’s what I have:

            “… police kept dumping him. I’m thinking that the police missing, like he’s, like the police was like this far from him”

            The way he says “missing’ he sounds really surprised. And WHY is he surprised? I think it’s because of how CLOSE Brown was to the cop. “… like the police was this far from him.” I bet if we could see the guy who’s talking, he’d be holding his hands apart as if to say “they were really close.”

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      • sundance says:

        Does anyone have audio software to bring down the sound of the videographer and the woman screaming and highlight the conversation in the background ?

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      • labrat says:

        Nice catch! I love crowd sourcing!

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      • tappin52 says:

        Wow! Super catch. You guys are the greatest, thanks for your diligence.

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      • Hardfacts says:

        “I knew somethin happened. It was too early in the day.” (to hear gunshots)

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      • froggielegs says:

        This is the video I saw the other night and why I commented on one of the articles here that they claim Browns body was laying in the street for hours before the parents were able to identify it but a family member (I think it’s Dad) approached Browns body in this video. @2:54 mark

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      • Video has since been removed. Hope somebody got copies made.

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    • tooskinneejs says:

      I hope someone saves a copy of that video because I could see it getting deleted fast once the Brown supporter who posted it to youtube realizes it contains this eyewitness account. Also, I tried to see if there was a way to email the link to Ferguson police, but I can’t find an email address for them on their website.

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    • Rugger15 says:

      Your video is down…went “Private” Anyone have a link to a copy?

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  10. doodahdaze says:

    There are only a henred or so fools still out protesting. More media fools than black fools.

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  11. barbie says:

    Fox and Greta are as bad as the rest of the media. They have it all wrong. Greta and her guests seem to think it unseemly that the video of the strong-armed robbery was released. The chief said he release it because of FOIA requests.

    I remember when networks once had investigative reporters.

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    • Blind Faith says:

      I think Fox news has been beaten down so badly over the years that they have lost their nerve. “Fair and balanced” is now too heavy on the ‘balanced’ aspect for fear of “having an agenda” like all the other media outlets who are so shameless about it. They are operating in the “appeasement” mode right now.

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  12. Chip Bennett says:

    The forensics and ballistics will be all important here. The locations of the shell casings, the entry wounds, and the nature and path of the bullets will tell the tale.

    Everything – everything – is speculation until that information is released. But at this point, we have two very divergent stories about what happened. If all of the entry wounds are from the front, then case closed. If they’re from the back, then there will be explanation required.

    But thus far, the entire episode has the smarmy hands of the BGI all over it, from the immediate, obviously coached “witness” statements, the controlled, polished optics (complete with Daryl Parks presser today), and the damage control over the convenience store video footage, and the demand for the DOJ to conduct a “secondary” autopsy (hmm; perhaps the autopsy results are a bit damaging to the BGI?).

    But in the end: I withhold any and all judgment until the facts are made public. Here’s all we know as fact thus far:

    1) Brown committed a “strong arm” robbery moments before the incident (at the very least, proving the so-called “Gentle Giant” willing and able to act violently).

    2) The officer received a BOLO for a suspect matching Brown’s description after he originally encountered him, although his first encounter with Brown was for walking in the street, and not as a suspect for the robbery

    3) The officer was assaulted, to the point of sustaining facial injury that required medical treatment.

    4) The initial shot(s) were fired while both the officer and Brown were tussling in the police car

    There is only enough evidence here at this point to support the following:

    1) The officer’s encounters with Brown were legitimate (jaywalking, matching description of robbery suspect)

    2) The officer’s initial use of deadly force was justified (tussle in police car, assault, going for gun)

    We still don’t know if the continued use of deadly force (when Brown was 35 feet away) was also justified. The facts will help clarify that matter.

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    • arttart1983 says:

      Chip ~ why would the family want the DOJ to have a second autopsy performed, is it because they don’t want to pay for it? There’s nothing to stop the family from getting a second autopsy, it’s their legal right & it’s done all the time at a family’s expense if they want it. I find that strange/cheap, looks like Crump/Parks would pay for it, their getting more publicity than they could buy.

      Why do you think the family wants the DOJ to get the autopsy?

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      • justfactsplz says:

        Maybe because they know he is crooked and might change things up a bit for them.

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        • arttart1983 says:

          justfactsplz ~ that’s a good point & plausible. If Dr. Baden or Dr. Werner Spitz did a second autopsy for them, they would lie for the family, PLUS, it would cost thousands & thousands of dollars at the families expense.

          LMAO! They could probably get Dr. Boa from TM’s autopsy that was a nut job, then fired, to conduct a second autopsy cheap!

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      • doodahdaze says:

        They want their own expert witness to lie at trial if it occurs.

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      • jello333 says:

        Well, the only reason they would want a 2nd autopsy (by ANYONE) is if the 1st autopsy confirmed the cop’s version of the shooting. I mean, if the autopsy confirmed what the so-called witnesses have said (shot in the back, etc) the family, Crump, BGI would be more than happy to leave it at that.

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    • Terry in GA says:

      The “continued” use of deadly force was because, as the background eyewitness said, BigMike just kept coming and he thought the officer must be missing with his shots. Continued threat, continued deadly force!

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  13. czarowniczy says:

    Oh wait wait – this is a lie, the first lie was the truth. This is starting to look like some elected Ferguson officials are looking to lynch him and some to vindicate him – a lot like the city of New Orleans throwing its Katrina officers under the bus when the Feds tried (and spectacularly failed) to convict them.
    Can’t help wondering how many of the officials who’ve thrice denied knowing the officer involved here have used off-duty police to – uh huh – ‘police’ their daughter’s’ and/or granddaughters’ parties, protecting them from those ‘voters an constituents’ they so deeply favor around election time? Guess where I got that idea from…?

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  14. moe2004 says:

    CNN reporting Jessie Jackson is there, dear Lord help us.

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    • arttart1983 says:

      moe2004 ~ isn’t that a hell of a note, 24 people were shot the other night in Chicago YET Jessie Jackson Sr. has time to go to St. Louis to pile on the incompetency already at play.

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  15. Sentenza says:

    I wish I could say that I’m surprised, but I’m really not.

    I wasn’t surprised by the Trayvon Martin verdict, and I’d prayed for them to find George not guilty. The Zimmerman case is what brought me here, and when I started reading all the evidence that Sundance posted, it was eye opening.

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.

    This case is twice.

    Any time someone like Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton get involved, any sane person should immediately become skeptical of whatever they are trying to push. Remember Tawana Brawley?

    The most unpleasant aspect of this case for me is the militarization of the police forces, but, that’s tempered by a certain degree of schadenfreude because that equipment was probably provided by the Obama administration and is now being used against Obama voters.

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  16. jeff B. says:

    I hope you all realize that no matter how much evidence is released about Mike Brown being the aggressor, instigator, attacking the cop, having drugs in his system, being a gang banger, etc… The BGI and black community will ignore every fact/evidence that disproves their claims and claim conspiracy/fabrication on behalf the police.. There is no way to win with the BGI and Feral black community that continue to support this type of gang banger behavior….. You can’t win with these types of people… Unless there is a video that shows the entire confrontation/incident unfolding from beginning to end there will be no end to this or any future incidents…

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      True. And to top it off, a large percentage of this group thinks all those things are okay to do anyway. So, even if you convinced them of the facts, it wouldn’t make a difference.

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      • gainny says:

        Yes—must respect their culture. It’s cultural imperialism to expect them to follow white men’s laws. Different strokes for different folks. It’s all good.

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    • Renee says:

      I believe there is at least one video. Probably just needs enough money offered so the people can leave the community. Too many cell phones now. I think a recording by video might exist.

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      • arttart1983 says:

        Renee ~ no doubt videos exist, but the likelihood of the video being turned over to LE is slim to none! (LE wouldn’t pay for a video from anyone.) WHY? Because the videos won’t support the BGI narrative, the videos would likely show Big Mike in the altercation w/the officer seated in his police car. That’s something the family, Crump, Parks, & Sharpton don’t want to make it to the media. That’s why since the shooting, Crump has ask for any videos/pictures to be turned over to him. (remember manipulation of witness Racheal J. in GZ’s case & editing of her audio interview by Crump?)

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    • IsThisNameAvailable says:

      I thought all police vehicals had camera’s on the dashboard, and even some police officers in dense populated areas forced to wear a camera around their neck?

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    • T-Steel says:

      There’s one thing that needs to be said, Ferguson, MO has NOT been a high-crime area. One killing by weapon this year: Michael Brown. Two homicides last year. Robberies lower than many cities it’s size, etc. What you are seeing here (especially by the looters and the Jackson/Sharpton brigade) is PURE opportunism to alter the power structure in the city. My wife’s friend in St. Louis even heard St. Lou officers actually WANT to transfer to Ferguson because it’s “much quieter”. Those Ferguson residents that are screaming “no justice no peace” when they hasn’t been enough crime to even have serious officer issue look flat out foolish.

      Regarding the “feral black community” comment. Those folks are a minority within my community. The issue is those that either shrug their shoulders and look away OR feel a misguided solidarity with the “feral ones” that have proven to eat you alive as well.

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  17. ensitue says:

    for all the bleeding hearts:
    You can ignore reality but you cannot escape the consequences of ignoring reality.
    The Progressives have literally bred a huge pool of large, ignorant, aggressive, perpetually drugged/drunk, sociopaths, all at taxpayer expense that will soon be organized against the people that feed them

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  18. jeff B. says:

    Im tired of the Police in Ferguson getting slammed by the media and BGI for being Armed in fatigues and combat gear.. What choice did they have..? Every damn store was being looted and burned to the ground with no end in site… I guess the police should have just not even bothered to show up and just let the feral blacks destroy every store, building and home and let them end up living in the street with all those nice shoes they stole and looted prior… bottom line, If these feral animals didn’t use a death as an excuse to loot and pillage then the police would never of had to be involved.. but I guess it’s too hard for the liberal media to think competently about Cause and Effect scenarios… Cause= Feral blacks rioting , looting , vandalizing.. Effect= Police get called in to bring order… .. The police didn’t decide to just show up on their own, they were brought there because of the actions of the feral people…

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      My thoughts exactly. I got so mad watching the news today and hearing the talking heads saying how much calmer things were last night with the heavy police presence gone. And, then, one commenter said there were more police injured last night than in the previous nights. Hmm. If that is true, I wonder why?

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      • arttart1983 says:

        auscitizenmom – The new Officer, I think his name is Ron Johnson, who was in charge last night was unhappy he “wasn’t in the loop as to the release of information this morning.” I got a big laugh at his expense, he thinks he has all the answers YET he didn’t do the investigation but he certainly criticized the release of information. He appeared to be a brat imo. He complained “that there was time to inform him.” WHY would they?

        imo, the release of information went just as planned, LOL, they wanted him blind sided just as they wanted Holder/Obama/Family/Crump/Parks/Sharpton blind sided to show the Nation what idiots they are.

        Leave it to Crump to continue to project his incompetence claiming they were “assassinating Big Mike’s character!” Big Mike’s 18, not a child, not a teenager as they painted TM to be, even Parks admitted it was Big Mike on the surveillance. This case can’t be controlled as easily as TM’s case was.

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        • Crump, Jackson, and sharp ton should be disqualified from engaging in any matters of civil rights in any manner because they make everything about race!!!

          This isn’t a racial issue this is a police/improper use of force issue!!

          They are making this incident out to be a joke!!

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            Is it? Or is it that people used a situation that hasn’t even been explained yet to loot and riot. The star witness is a theif and a liar who is trying to cover his butt. They pulled the cops out night before last and the looting and rioting continued. The looters were emboldened again, so we have last night.

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    • skyfang says:

      Why is it that when we watch Riots and Looting in Minority communitee’s, the only things we see being stolen are Booze, Trendy Sneakers, TV Sets and if possible, Drugs ???
      Never have I seen a Can of Paint, Baby Food, Water, or other items of “Necessity” being looted ???? I guess it tells a story of it’s own.

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  19. peachteachr says:

    When the lawyer spoke to Sharpton, he said he met with the FBI but ‘Mr. Johnson wasn’t able to be at the meeting’. Huh? Why would the FBI need second hand information from the lawyer and not Mr. Johnson who was at the scene? This is so Treyvon II. I look for Trey’s mom and a copyright for “my hands are up”.

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  20. jeff B. says:

    Is it wrong for me to hope that the idiot White people who are marching around as supporters holding up “hands up” signs in Ferguson get jumped and beaten by the feral blacks?

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    • jeff B. says:

      I just think it would be kind of funny if the white people get their ass kicked while supporting a gang banging thug.. lol

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    • Dixie Darling says:

      Wellll………wouldn’t they be gittin what they asked for?

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    • IsThisNameAvailable says:

      Normally I would agree with this, but it is just an example of how our citizens are being brain washed. I don’t really know how to explain it but I guess I would blame it on the media and of course poor education. Media mostly where they are just protecting the innocence of criminals and bashing/generalizing every white person as a racist. It sickens me.

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      • IsThisNameAvailable says:

        to elaborate more on what i mean. Think about what i said about the media and the average white citizen especially those that live in mostly blk communities. Again it sounds weird and I am bad at explaining it but in lamens turn its basically the white person feels an obligation to suck up to the blk person and show off to them by agreeing with their way.

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  21. jeff B. says:

    What’s so funny is that if there was a video of the Officer that was involved in the shooting smacking around an old man in a store only minutes before having a confrontation with Big Mike then the BGI and liberal media would be using the cops physical actions as evidence claiming that the cop is aggressive ,reckless and intimidating.and he must be cause of the death… but alas because the feral gang bangin thug happens to be black his own violent actions and decisions aren’t to be allowed to be used against him.. love the double standards…

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  22. Yakmaster says:

    Johnson’s attorney is a piece of work. He claims the strong arm robbery is just shoplifting. Says FBI made a deal with Johnson to be federal witness and FBI told him he wouldn’t be charged with any crime in the robbery. Sweet, huh? It’s called make-a-deal-with-a-liar to nail a cop on civil rights charges. This is how the Black community’s leaders shake down “justice” to get reparations for all past grievances (actually, money in their own pockets and/or power).

    Admit the “victim” did shady things, but claim those things have NOTHING to do with subsequent events. Further, any revelations about the “victim” are just malicious. But, the already demonized “perpertrator” is open game. Any attempt of a defense for the “perpertrator” (killer) is an evil conspiracy by law enforcement (the man) and/or Whitey.

    The transparency of the propoganda is staggering— yet, for those who so readily develop a theory and bend facts to fit their theory, it’s easily embraced. Imagine if scientific research were routinely conducted this way. We’d still be in the Stone Age!!!

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    • John Galt f says:

      “Says FBI made a deal with Johnson to be federal witness and FBI told him he wouldn’t be charged with any crime in the robbery.”

      Sounds like nonsense, since the FBI has no authority to grant immunity or to enter into a non-prosecution agreement, much less grant immunity to state law charges such as robbery or felony murder.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Who will get Corey’s role in this sequel? I await the jib jab lineup.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      If the FBI is looking for federal witnesses and making deals, this isn’t good for the cop. I see the writing on the wall in Holder’s writing.

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  23. jeff B. says:

    What’s so funny is that if there was a video of the Officer that was involved in the shooting smacking around an old man in a store only minutes before having a confrontation with Big Mike then the BGI and liberal media would be using the cops physical actions as evidence claiming that the cop is aggressive ,reckless and intimidating.and he must be cause of the death… but alas because the feral gang bangin thug happens to be black his own violent actions and decisions aren’t to be allowed to be used against him.. love the double standards…

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  24. Sibyl S. says:

    Looking at the robbery video again – it looks like there a third male involved in the robbery with Brown and Johnson. He is wearing a white shirt and dark pants. He comes in the door first and leaves first.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      The schemers are trying to bifurcate the crime. They do not want the robbery to be admissible as evidence at trial. That is why they are so upset. That video hurts their case. The trial should be moved out of St. Looney. All this is to make an arress needed to avoid riots. Replay of Tcong. Think if the cop was turned loose. All hell would break loose. The call for arress is coming. All we want now is an arress.

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      • ctdar says:

        and the police department number with insurance info.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          Yep. With the help of Holder. The rank and file cops are about to find out just how bad it is. Now they all have a target on their backs.

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          • woohoowee says:

            Don’t forget King Obola I said he put Holdup on the case and Holdup reports to him. He said it pretty forcefully so I take that to mean in king speak, “Holdup reports to me PERIOD”.

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    • rooferx says:

      Not sure about that, but girl in green shirt with little boy is direct witness to his demeanor. Audio would be great!

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  25. doodahdaze says:

    DA is on sever victims rights organizations
    http://www.stlouiscopa.com/Extras.aspx?ID=191

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  26. doodahdaze says:

    Wiki was just updated…
    His dad was a cop killed in line of duty. Hmmmm. Crumpsters won’t stand for that. He will have to go.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_P.McCulloch(prosecutor)

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  27. jack203 says:

    The left is fuming over the video release. They know it’s all over except for the crying.

    But the BGI will be back of course. It is amazing how morally bankrupt and disingenuous their causes are (Duke Lacrosse, Trayvon Martin, now Michael Brown). How many black youth are killed every year in Chicago alone..500? And the BGI wants to make Michael Brown the focus of their attention??!? I’m no psychiatrist, but there has to be some sort of psychological term for this,

    The only time the BGI goes into overdrive is when the rational community pushes back against giving the BGI their sacrificial lambs. Typically when something comes up and the black community has a decent case….the rational community folds right away in order to avoid an argument. Its only when the BGI doesnt have a strong case where the tensions explode. Because neither side (rational people vs BGI) wants to back down.

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  28. The “family” (?) of the “gentle giant” fumes – it’s beyond outraged etc.

    How much in way of kickbacks was the saintly family of this gigantic (per Moochelle Obama, downright obese) felon getting from the activities of that future Nobel Award winner??

    Seriously, the standards of low behavior, hypocrisy, reality-denial and greed shown in the George Zimmerman farce are being left behind, as we speak!!

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  29. Does anyone know if the police cruiser had a camera picking up the incident?

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  34. taking no sides says:

    Josie no last name’s account of officer Wilson’s seems plausible. There’s just one small problem with all of the police side of the story regarding the theft. According to the Quick trip guy himself, he never got the theft reported until after the shooting took place. So, Wilson may have seen cigars, but couldn’t have known about the cigar theft yet. Soon as soon as they got the report, they sure wasted no time getting that store tape out there! Slick move to try to created better motive.

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  36. Lily J says:

    This article is contradicting..
    “(Saint Louis Dispatch) The officer who shot Ferguson teen Michael Brown stopped Brown and another teen because they were walking in the street, not because of a robbery a few minutes earlier, Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said Friday afternoon.
    Jackson said the officer was aware cigars had been taken in the robbery of a store nearby, but did not know when he encountered Brown and Dorian Johnson that they might be suspects. He stopped them because they were walking in the street, Jackson said.”

    Then,
    Officer Wilson shared this account of what took place:
    He pulled up ahead of them. And then he got a call-in that there was a strong-arm robbery. And, they gave a description. And, he’s looking at them and they got something in their hands and it looks like it could be what, you know those cigars or whatever. So he goes in reverse back to them.

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    • jello333 says:

      No, it makes sense, because there were actually two confrontations, separated by maybe a minute or so. First Wilson told them to quit walking down the middle of the street, not THEN realizing who they were. But then as he started to pull away, he got the call about the robbery, and put two and two together.

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