The Mysterious Mike Brown Autopsy – And How The Parks and Crump “Scheme Team” Used Their New York Times Cohort Frances Robles To Sell The Lie…

Major Hat Tip to Treeper Nivico who finds the familiar pattern and connects the dots.

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The Brown Family attorney’s Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks are now claiming Mike Brown was “executed” by Officer Wilson to CNN:

(Via CNN)  We are getting a new description of the shooting of Michael Brown from a woman calling herself “Josie” and claiming to be a friend of the police officer who fired the fatal shots. She describes Brown pushing officer Darren Wilson and punching him in the face. That contradicts the account given by Michael Brown’s friend Dorian Johnson, who was with him at the time and witnessed the shooting.

Attorney Benjamin Crump is representing the Brown family. He spoke to Anderson and described the shooting as an execution.  (link)

To support their “execution” claim, they are pointing to “their autopsy” given to the New York Times.

You’ve seen the story of the Mike Brown family autopsy, and the grand press conference they produced to deliver it to the public.   But a closer look points out why the Scheme Team actually used New York Times Frances Robles to deliver the ruse:

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Frances Robles - legal collectionFERGUSON, Mo. — Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was killed by a police officer, sparking protests around the nation, was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy performed on Sunday found.

One of the bullets entered the top of Mr. Brown’s skull, suggesting his head was bent forward when it struck him and caused a fatal injury, according to Dr. Michael M. Baden, the former chief medical examiner for the City of New York, who flew to Missouri on Sunday at the family’s request to conduct the separate autopsy. It was likely the last of bullets to hit him, he said. 

[…]  Prof. Shawn L. Parcells, a pathologist assistant based in Kansas, assisted Dr. Baden.

“You do this for the families,” Mr. Parcells said.

The two medical experts conducted the four-hour examination Sunday at the Austin A. Layne Mortuary in St. Louis. Benjamin L. Crump, a lawyer for Mr. Brown’s family who paid their travel expenses, hired them.  (link)

Reading this article by Frances Robles would give you the impression Dr. Michael M. Baden actually “conducted” the autopsy on 8/17/14.

Alas a review of the timeline shows a divergent reality.   The Scheme Team are up to their old tricks.

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1) Wed Aug 13 – Professor Parcells was contacted by attorney’ Benjamin Crump and Gray (allegedly just to assist Baden).  Parcells was on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell last night and stated he was contacted by attorneys Crump and Gray on Wednesday 8/13.

2) Fri Aug 15 – Daryl Parks gave a press conference sharing his disgust the Ferguson Police had release the strong arm robbery footage.   During the presser he told the media that their 2nd independent autopsy had already been performed (citation link)

Knowing they were going to bring in Dr. Baden, that’s why when questioned about the second autopsy Parks said:

…”it’s done, and we’ll talk about that later, we’re not answering any questions about the 2nd autopsy at this time; we will -in time- do that”….

3) Sun Aug 17 – According to the NYT Dr. Baden was flown in.

If Parcells was just supposed to be assisting Baden, why was Parks stating that the autopsy had already been performed two days before Baden was even flown in?

The actual truth appears to be – a rather controversial person Shawn Parcells, who is NOT a forensic pathologist, was used by the Scheme Team to conduct an autopsy – and then Professor Baden was brought in AFTER to meet with Parcells and give his OPINION of it.

In essence lend his credibility toward it.

Shawn Parcells is not a pathologist,  he is a voice for hire.  Here’s some articles on the lack of credentials for Parcells and the concerns therein:

“[…]  some coroners and medical examiners in Missouri say Parcells has inflated his qualifications and performed autopsies without a medical license. Others allege that doctors whose signatures were on some autopsy reports were not present at the autopsies, did not review the work or never actually signed the documents.”

“Police in Andrew County are looking into allegations that a pathologist Parcells listed on a 2012 autopsy was never consulted.”

“Shramek said he became alarmed when Parcells asked what to put down as the cause of death on an autopsy report instead of following the evidence.”

“Others, such as Dr. Mary Case, the medical examiner for St. Louis, St. Charles, Franklin and Jefferson counties, have been outspoken about the allegations against Parcells.

“It’s very bad for our state if there’s someone doing autopsies without a medical license,” she said. “This is a huge atrocity, an invitation to disaster, and it needs to stop.”   (link)

More HERE, and HERE, and HERE

The bottom line is that Dr. Michael M. Baden never performed an autopsy on Mike Brown.  Instead he signed off on an opinion of a forensic examination completed by a controversial Forensic Pathologist Assistant, who did an evaluation of Mike Brown’s body at the request of the Scheme Team.

Dr. Baden was flown in later to review the findings of the Forensic Pathologist Assistant, Shawn Parcells, and give it credibility in the eyes of a non-questioning media.

The Scheme Team then took Dr. Baden’s evaluation of the Shawn Parcell review, and handed it off to their New York Times friend and cohort, Frances Robles.  Selling it as if Dr. Baden had actually conducted the physical exam himself.

Frances worked with the Scheme Team in 2012 (2012 bio below) while she was at the Miami Herald and was part of their inner circle of media types willing to sell the Trayvon Story.   The Trayvon Martin Story was also full of similarly false and manufactured media evidence.

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The goal of the Scheme Team for the Mike Brown narrative is to emphasize how many times Mike Brown was shot and to outline a scenario where Mike Brown was shot “execution style” in the top of his head.

Knowing their pattern of media evidence the instructions to Ms. Robles were to emphasize the number of shots and head wounds.   In exchange for the “exclusive” she was more than happy to oblige:

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Full New York Times Article

Mike Brown autopsy

This is how the Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump Scheme Team operate.     However, because we know what to look for, we are able to catch them in their shenanigans and manipulations.   Good catch Nivico….

*ADD*  We have contacted the New York Times and await their response.

Additionally, in the New York Times article today from Ms. Robles you’ll note she is in Ferguson Missouri; no doubt back into the relationship with Parks and Crump as a willing recipient to their “exclusive” releases.  Keep an eye on her reporting.

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418 Responses to The Mysterious Mike Brown Autopsy – And How The Parks and Crump “Scheme Team” Used Their New York Times Cohort Frances Robles To Sell The Lie…

  1. tc says:

    Did anyone catch the question Parks and Crump would not answer because it didn’t come from the media? Of course they would only allow scripted questions.

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    • barbie says:

      I really wish someone like Megyn Kelley, could find the time to read all of the Conservative Treehouse’s posts on the Trayvon Martin-Geo. Zimmerman affair, from the first post to the last. She’s a very bright gal. She really does hate liars. I don’t believe for one second she’s aware of Crump and friends in FLa, O’Mara, etc. ONce she did, I’d love for her to do a special on that abomination of justice and the one taking place now.

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      • janc1955 says:

        She’s very sharp, and she does go toe-to-toe with liars. But I don’t think Fox is ready anytime soon to take on the BGI.

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        • barbie says:

          They don’t get a black audience. Sorry, but that’s how the media look at things.

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          • janc1955 says:

            No need to apologize. And believe me, I’d LOVE.IT. if they’d do it. Deconstruct the entire nasty mess, piece by piece. But so far, Megyn’s the ONLY one on the team who doesn’t seem to have a pander gene. So I’m not holding my breath.

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            • barbie says:

              I understand. A growing number of black people are sick of these guys and the people who are making other blacks look bad. I think they’re ready for some truth-telling.

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              • janc1955 says:

                I agree. Have you seen (black) Jason Riley of the Wall St. Journal on Fox the last few days? That guy pulls no punches and is completely fed up with all the excuses being made for the abominable behavior of out of control members of the black community. He argues with anyone who tries to rationalize or sympathize with the behavior.

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              • barbi says:

                yes, and i want to read riley’s book.

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            • conservalicious says:

              Judge Jeanine Pirro would also be a good one to have this all exposed to. She is even more fearless than Megyn Kelly.

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      • tappin52 says:

        Megyn had Crump on last night and she asked him about reports that MB had turned back towed the officer. He claimed that MB was shot while fleeing and then turned around to surrender with his hands up and his head down and that is when he was fatally shot. She never followed it up. Never spoke about the officer’s injuries, either. Big disappointment.

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      • remmy says:

        The Crumptser was on her show last night. Seems the new story is that the officer hit Brown in the elbow as Brown was walking away. Brown then turned around with his arms in the air to surrender and the officer fired more shots killing Brown.

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  2. nivico says:

    Interesting article from the Washington Post about how rare three separate autopsies is:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/08/18/multiple-autopsies-like-those-in-michael-browns-death-are-unusual-but-not-unprecedented/

    The article also seems to address and dispel Crump’s assertions that the first autopsy can’t be trusted:

    “Sometimes, an elected coroner’s office is in charge of hiring pathologists to perform a county’s autopsies. Sometimes, that’s the job of a law enforcement department, which can sometimes lead to the perception of bias. In St. Louis County, Michael Brown’s autopsy went to the county medical examiner’s office, which falls under the jurisdiction of the county’s health department.”

    And if I didn’t know any better, the following quote from the article seems to be a shot across the bow re Crump’s use of non-medical facilities and a self-described self-appointed self-designated “Forensic Pathologist Assistant”

    “From an autopsy standpoint, I actually think the [county] exam was handled appropriately so far,” Singh wrote, “in the sense that the examination was done by an actual forensic pathologist in a medical examiner’s office.”

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Autopsy 1….Credible
      Autopsy 2 Crumped up messed up to set up Holder autopsy
      Autopsy 3 Hoax
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      • Judy Whelan says:

        Yes, exactly and I heard Dr. Baden on Sean Hannity’s radio program this afternoon. I hope someone can get this info to Sean. I would imagine there is a replay of the interview but Dr. Baden indicated he performed an autopsy.

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        • Yes, this is something of a smoking gun. At 13:01 into the press conference, Parks says they had already conducted the autopsy (8/15). But this picture is signed and dated 8/17:

          A first-year law student could skewer this. Let’s hope Wilson’s got a good lawyer.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      So… how much of Mike Brown is actually going to be left whole and in one piece to bury after who knows how many autopsies? Isn’t this incessant dissection, probing, eyeballing and scrutinizing of the corpse starting to approach the macabre?

      What next, will The Crump & Scheme Justice League Roadshow® start charging admission to view?

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  3. Great catch, that is very interesting. I would really like to get to the bottom of this. why did Parks say the autopsy was already done when asked on Friday 8/15 when the article says the autopsy was done on 8/17? I emailed the reporter to try to get a clarification.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      After a while, it gets difficult to keep all your stories, narratives, accusations, outright lies, presumptions, assumptions and one-liners all pointed and flowing in the same direction.

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  4. maggiemoowho says:

    Mr. Parcells has several occupations and businesses, from Taxes to Funeral homes. His Funeral home info is still up, but from what I read he never completed that course and was asked to return the license back in 2008. He may have completed the course since, couldn’t find that info.
    http://www.kansas.gov/ksbma/1-10-08BoardMinutes.html
    Does anyone know what funeral home handled Mike, I read that he went from the ME to the Funeral Home and then transfered back.

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  5. Frank Posid says:

    Parcells just appeared on Nancy Grace’s show and described the fatal shot (i.e., the one at the apex of the skull) as going primarily down into the skull and slightly from back to front. He used a a model skull and a pen to describe this trajectory.

    The above doesn’t add up with Baden’s previous comments as he described it as a front to back wound. Baden said it could have occurred with Brown charging the officer with his head tilted downwards.

    How could he tilt his head so far downward as to create a back to front wound (as described by Parcells)? This seems almost an anatomical impossibility to me.

    In short, It appears that the family’s autopsy team doesn’t agree on the trajectory of the fatal shot.

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    • JAS says:

      I don’t believe that was the fatal shot. The fatal shot was probably the one slightly over the right eye. The shot through the top of the skull was probably the follow up shot after Brown was already headed to the ground but still moving forward.

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      • JAS says:

        The shot to the neck would have been fatal as well, destroying the carotid artery. My best guess, and it is just a guess, is that shots when from the neck, to the eye, to the top of the head, in that order.

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        • janc1955 says:

          While I’m far from an expert, this is my guess as well. By the time big Mike finally started to fall, Wilson was taking no chances and made sure he was going down and staying down.

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    • rashomon says:

      That trajectory makes no sense whatsoever.

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  6. lovemygirl says:

    How did Michael’s Mother hook up with Crump to begin with?

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  7. John Galt says:

    Response to Chuck Johnson’s FOIA request for MB’s juvenile records.

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  8. JAS says:

    Watching CNN right now, and I haven’t watched cable news in over a year. It is laughable. They are not only fanning the flames. They are adding logs to the fire – on purpose.

    They WANT viewers. They WANT a long process so they can hang on to this story and make money. They WANT more riots so they can plaster the videos on their programs. Their last guest was – Spike Lee. They are collusive in this whole thing.

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  9. lovemygirl says:

    I wasn’t able to see the actual interview but if the line between the wound in the upper right arm and chest are meant to be an entry / re-entry pair then doesn’t that prove his arms were not up?

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Yes, from what I remember about anatomy that would be the case. At the time Crump had his faux autopsy done he wasn’t aware that the bullet traveled out of the arm into the chest making the hands up theory moot.

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    • zm says:

      depending on how serious that particular wound was, it’s possible it’s actually the one from the first gunshot that happened during the police car struggle. according to dorian johnson’s account, mike was shot and there was blood running down his arm.

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    • mung says:

      Yeah that is a good way to get attacked by the thugs.

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      • Daniel Brofford says:

        I don’t know which way you are talking about them attacking you. they would be a lot more likely to sneak up at night and burn your house down because unless they have the odds of about 5 to 1 they won’t even say anything to you. Bunch of punks when its one on one

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    • vickie says:

      I raise chickens for fun and for eggs to give away. Blue is a color a chicken can not see. I think that’s a fitting color for all involved in this over blown media circus. Makes me wonder what is really going on behind the light of day that they drag our attention to this stuff?

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      …and get your house fire-bombed.

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  10. s1ct says:

    And here it comes… Eric Holder whips out “disparate treatment” in an op ed to be published in the local paper on the day of his visit.

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/opinion/a-message-to-the-people-of-ferguson/article_ea8b7358-67a3-5187-af8c-169567f27a0d.html

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  11. John Galt says:

    Full Court Press For Special Prosecutor – Riots Threatened – We Wanna Arress

    Watch the video:

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/19/us/ferguson-prosecutor-mcculloch/index.html?hpt=hp_c2

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  12. OldIADGuy says:

    Just to throw this into the mix. Remember Obamas Truth Squad in Missouri? Do you remember who was on it? St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch was one of the charter members.

    Holder’s trip tomorrow will be very interesting.

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  13. sundance says:

    Parks on Megyn Kelly. Watch Daryl’s tone.

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    • barbie says:

      An implied threat if the GJ doesn’t return an indictment. What a slime.
      Baden coming on again.
      Parks downplays the altercation in the car. Now, I notice, he has his witnesses down to “three or four.”

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    • tommy boy says:

      seems like he is banking on an indictment by the grand jury

      did you hear that his National Bar Association is sueing the Fergusun police?

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      • Yakmaster says:

        That would be the Black National Bar Association, I assume. I’m starting to think Malik Shebazz (President) hates the police along with all White people. As does Eric Holder. Rabid Racists who want self-policing in all communities that have Black residents. Black Power. Total dominance.

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  14. Yakmaster says:

    Govenor Nixon stating publicly he wants a PROSECUTION of Darren Wilson. State Legislator Nasheed promised in a letter that if Darren Wilson is not PROSECUTED, the protests seen so far will “look like picnic.” Whaaaaat? Isn’t this gross abuse of power by public officials??? The same thing Dems have gotten Rick Perry indicted for? Coercion??

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    • steffmckee says:

      “A vigorous prosecution” at that.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      GJ is not sequestered. Did they hear him say that? Make that Persecution.

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    • boutis says:

      I think Wilson has left the state. So depending where he is they may have trouble extraditing him depending on where he is if they have a hopped up prosecution.

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    • John Galt says:

      Extortion

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      • doodahdaze says:

        Arrest the democrats. This is a civil war. The Fed’s are going after our local cops. Sweep them off the streets. I am done. They are a threat to the country.

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    • freegz says:

      MO Gov. Nixon: ‘Vigorous prosecution’ needed after death of Michael Brown
      http://www.kltv.com/story/26313177/mo-gov-nixon-vigorous-prosecution-needed-after-death-of-michael-brown

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      • barbie says:

        I just fired off an email to Nixon, not that it helps. Made me feel better to excoriate him, though. Asked him with what the Grievance Industry blackmailed him. Told him his career was dead, forever.

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    • Gov. Nixon is ignoring Officer Darren Wilson’s right to the presumption of innocence and his right to due process. He’s not only prejudging the grand jury proceeding outcome, he’s demanding a vigorous prosecution for justice to the family of Michael Brown. Why justice for them, instead of justice, period? What about justice for this officer, who has been assaulted, his orbital socket blown out, his life threatened, first by MIchael Brown and now by rioters and thugs ginned up by the BGI? Justice is supposed to be blind. Governor Nixon is a disgrace to his office and should resign immediately.

      You know, this is so sad. I feel deeply for Officer Wilson, who was forced to defend himself with deadly force. Even when justified, killing another human being is a devastating event, absolutely horrific.

      I also feel sorry for the loved ones of Michael Brown; they’ve been set upon by BGI vultures during the most difficult, tragic event they’ve ever been faced with. That poor mother on GMA this week, she looked like a zombie. I wonder how much medication she was given. She just looked numb, defeated, helpless. Why did these contemptuous opportunists swoop in to feed off the body of a dead young man? It’s disgusting for these so called attorneys to prey upon grieving and shocked parents and cynically use horrendous tragedy for their own enrichment.

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    • elvischupacabra says:

      The problem is that Perry is a………. Republican.

      Different set of rules.

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  15. freegz says:

    In case it has not been reported or discussed.

    Will anyone represent Wilson?

    Wilson is being represented by Gregory Kloeppel, a lawyer with the local Fraternal Order of Police, but grand juries do not normally hear directly from counsel for those whose actions are under review.

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  16. barbie says:

    WE need to take to the streets. I know that Megyn Kelley is a former lawyer, but she needs to point out that Crump and Parks, her guests, stand to make money if the officer is arrested because that allows them to pursue a civil case. She should at least tell her viewers that.

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  17. barbie says:

    Blatant blackmail by pols: don’t indict and we’ll riot. Then do so, baby, do so. Burn down your own homes. Go ahead. Do it, baby. Burn, baby, burn. Just like the Sixties if you so choose. 50 plus years of Civil Rights legislation and billions spent on poverty programs, education programs and still the same ole same ole. Burn, baby, burn. Burn your own homes, though, no one else’s.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      I am confused. i can’t find out whether Obamma and Holder are Crip’s or Blood’s.

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      • Dixie Darling says:

        I remember a picture of Obama flashing that sign with another black that looked like a gun with his fingers. Don’t know if that was a gang sign or not, but I learned from a knowledgeable treeper that his daughters flashed the “bloods” sign in their selfie, also posted by CTH. Somebody is teaching them bad stuff.

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      • They’re far worse and far more dangerous, doodahdaze. They’re Fascists – Nazis!

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        • doodahdaze says:

          I was just thinking that. They want to get rid of probable cause for arrest and imprisonment. by by 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 10th….uhhhh….Hell the entire Bill of Rights. Yep, it walks like a Nazi, Talks like a Nazi, Quacks like a Nazi….must be a Nazi. The new improved American Nazi Party. Attention lawyers….you are next.

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  18. doodahdaze says:

    The DA should not recuse and turn that grand jury loose on the crooks. All of them.

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    • John Galt says:

      That would be funny. GJ returns a bunch of indictments for extortion and inciting riots.

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      • doodahdaze says:

        What if he instructed them on their real powers and turned them loose? Still think they will pull out the stops to stop the GJ. They can’t take the chance.

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  19. sundance says:

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  20. libby says:

    Do not assume a static work force nor that there arent also other ethnicities besides wbite & black.
    Successful aa of officers are in high demand so municipalities.can show their diversity. Other aa officers had worked in ferguson & went to work forother cities for pay & promotion opportunities that a larger organization could offer

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  21. sundance says:

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  22. kinthenorthwest says:

    ??? this was on FB ???
    BREAKING NEWS Dorian Johnson has now admitted that Michael Brown attacked
    http://threepercenternation.com/2014/08/breaking-news-dorian-johnson-has-now-admitted-that-michael-brown-attacked/

    Tracking down what I can

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    • barbie says:

      And Parks on Megyn Kelley’s Fox show just minutes ago admitted there was an altercation in the car and said that is probably what made the officer mad so that he’d unjustifiably shoot Brown. So, yeah, the Crump/Parks team is admitting that. In fact, I do believe Parks as much as said that when I heard him on one of those shows yesterday.

      Now, their story is that Brown walked away and was shot once from behind, then tried with is hands up, to surrender when the officer just kept firing.

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  23. sundance says:

    Baden “the autopsy tells me”…. (He’s on Megyn Kelly right now)…. He didn’t do the physical autopsy. You can tell by his dodging the specifics.

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    • steffmckee says:

      Megan asked him “the autopsy you performed” and he replied, “the autopsy findings were….”. Just admit you didn’t perform the autopsy.

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    • barbie says:

      Very interesting. Did you get the feeling that Baden is now uncomfortable with what Parks and Crump are saying? I got that feeling, yet I know he’s an old war horse, been through the battles between lawyers and prosecutors, rents himself out and so shouldn’t be uncomfortable, but I think he was. Maybe I am misreading his intonation pattern and his body language.

      I think the Governor should have to resign—pronto.

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    • Yakmaster says:

      Baden will need to be asked POINT BLANK if he did the actual autopsy or just reviewed/verified Parcell’s findings. He won’t lie outright and risk his reputation. He’s apparently banking on no one pinning him down and no one knowing about Parcell’s bad reputation. Razzle Dazzle.

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    • tooskinneejs says:

      So if Baden didn’t participate in the actual “autopsy” and that was done solely by the unlicensed, non-medically trained “professor” Parcells – as we believe might be the case – does that mean that the Scheme Team has in essence used up their one and only chance to have “experts” do an autopsy on their behalf? Would there be any circumstance in which they would get another bite at the apple?

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      • ctdar says:

        To ask for another autopsy, after 3 autopsies over several weeks there will be nothing much left of deceased to look at and be the ultimate description of an abuse of a corpse.

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    • Why would Dr. Michael Baden attach himself to this?

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    • nivico says:

      In sharp contrast to Baden using language such as “the autopsy tells me”…

      …here is Parcells constantly using language such as “we” “our” “Dr. Baden and I” etc.

      http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/20/opinion/melinek-michael-brown-autopsy/index.html?hpt=op_t1

      The attached article by Judy Melinek, a real forensic pathologist, again seemingly takes issue with the attorneys making inflammatory claims to the media that are not supported by the autopsy:

      “Already the results of Baden’s limited investigation are being used to support the contention that Brown was surrendering, and that the wounds were distant range, even though Baden himself said neither.

      To a forensic pathologist, the body diagram Brown’s attorneys released tells a different story. The wound at the top of the head, the frontal wounds and angled right hand and arm wounds suggest that the victim was facing the officer, leaning forward with his right arm possibly extended in line with the gun’s barrel, and not above his head.

      The image of a person standing upright with his hands in the air when he was shot does not appear compatible with the wounds documented on that diagram.”

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  24. kinthenorthwest says:

    From a fairly reliable source
    Well something else for him to look into is that Dorian Johnson the kid who was with Brown and started the lies of the hands up, has taken a plea deal. His involvement in the apparent robbery that resulted in browns death and all the riots and damage can be charged to him. He allegedly has confirmed that brown attacked Wilson and charged the cop and laughed at him for getting his ass whooped by a kid. He was intent on taking out the cop

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  25. timmihendrix says:

    M.kelly is interviewing Dr.baden right now and he consistently refers to “the autopsy findings” and “what the autopsy tells me”. Mk- “is it possible based on the autopsy you performed…” Dr.b-“based on the autopsy findings its possible”. It honestly seems as though they both know what you are claiming but are dancing around it. Dr won’t say “my findings” even though it seems that would be a far more natural way to answer. If anyone finds the video, post it. Maybe I’m just reading too much into it.

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  26. P.Spinach says:

    Bravo, Nivico!

    I doubt Baden would last 4 hours doing an autopsy of any quality at his age. No offense to elders, but 4 hours is a long time and requires stamina. Heck, I wouldn’t last that long myself on a good day. This is obfuscation of associating credible with non-credible witness is right up Crump’s alley, with a little creative help from the King of Obfuscation Himself Obama.

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  27. Mist'ears Mom says:

    Yesterday Megyn Kelly asked crunk why a commended police officer would gun down an innocent young man who was surrendering? He didn’t answer and completely talked around an answer with his scripted bs how he was walking/autopsy shows/executed blah blah blah. Seriously why would a cop shoot (6) times a surrendering on his knees with his hands up kid with tons of witnesses especially the doofus that was with him? What is the answer Crunk? huh? That supposition is completely nonsensical and doesn’t pass the smell test from the git go. Proving that is going to be a tough road but crunk won’t give up, oh no he ain’t gonna be gitten off that gravy train any time soon.

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  28. This is getting quite sickening as the dream team of Holder Obama give credence to all manner of illegal acts within the legal system. What we are seeing is mob rule taking over and dictating how the law is carried out. Te comment by the Governor tonite is way past wrong . He should be recalled immediately for making such a comment before the GJ even meets ? We are descending into chaos right before our eyes as mobs dictate how this will play out , not our established laws!

    On one hand we have an out of control police state and on the other we have racial issues being festered by our so-called leaders deliberately. Not a good combination. But nothing new for these control freaks we call gov ? Becoming clear the cop was within his bounds and Brown was just a smart ass bully that likely got exactly what he deserved. He would have likely harmed many people and created numerous unwanted babies in his next ten years or so.The fallout now is for the rest of us going forward. Pretty clear everything Obama and Holder touch turns to shat !

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  29. myopiafree says:

    Why a knife is very dangerous at close range.

    When a person charges you a close range, and has previously assaulted you, you do not know if he has a knife. This is why Wilson had no choice but to shoot at the attacker.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      I think I’ve posted this before but for a number of cops, their backup gun is a knife. Experiment: if your jurisdiction allows you to pocket- carry a folding knife with a cutting edge on the blade no longer than 3.5″, as in Denver, try this. Go to the whatever store and buy a long roll of foam rubber, aroudn 12″ wide, that would approximate the density of the skin, fat and muscle tissue on a well-fed attacker. I say well-fed as this gives the experiment an added measure of confidence, if it will work on a fluffy but buffy attacker you can image how it would work on some stroked-out drug addict looking for a fix financing. Go out and wrap the rubber around a stout pole like a telephone poll and secure in place (duct tape works great) – you want the rubber at least 12 inches deep though 18 is better.. Now stand close to the rubber, take your unfolded pocket knife with the whimpy blade and thrust it (point first for you DemocRATS) into the rubber as hard as you can – now pull it out (again, for you DemocRATS). Now back off about 1/2 an arm’s reach and slash (again, cutting edge first for the you-know-whos) across the rubber, trying for depth and length of slash. Now get a ruler or steel tape (cloth dressmaker’s tape doesn’t work You Knwo Whos) and measure the depth of the cuts. Woo Hoo – never though about the compressibility of flesh, did you? Getting stabs 12″ deep? Slashes 6-8 inches deep and 8 or more inches wide? From a legal but whimpy looking 3.5 inch pocket knife? Now go to the library (OK, I’m over 60) or the internet and see how deep blood vessels such as the jugular veins and carotid arteries in the neck, illiac arteries and veins in the abdomen, renal and liver blood vessels, the abdominal aorta, just to mention a few, are. Coudl any of those thrusts have punctured any of these major blood vessels? How about them slashes – and I ain’t even getting into the reachable nerve plexus. Now look up how long it would take you o bleed out – as in D E A D – from a puncture to any of these vessels.
      In the olden days we used to be showed films (yeah, that was ‘the olden days’) in the police academy and follow-up training of prisoners practicing taking out police with pocket knives. These films were taken inside of prisons by hidden cameras – prisoners were using paper knives. Wanna guess how many innercity dojos do knife training as part of their ‘defensive’ techniques? How about some squirrel who’s high on injectable-life and just goes dingy with a knife? The hijackers on the 911 planes used what to take over the planes? How many major cuts are you going to take in the name of being kind to someone who brought a knife to a gunfight?
      Nope, guy’s going to pull a knife on me he’s dead as soon as I can draw that legally-carried and box-stock pistol/revolver. The jurors want a reason why i shot some poor defenseless choirboy who just pulled some teeny but legal knife on me as my ethnictyness made him defensive through the knowledge of how my kind have oppressed the … you get the idea … we’ll do the knife test above.

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    • barbie says:

      And not_a_single_darned_anchorperson_interviewing_these_hustlers_has_bothered_to_say_that,

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  30. John Galt says:

    The Republican Lieutenant Governor called out the Democrat Governor for unconstitutionally prejudging the case and violating his oath of office. Refreshing.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      But still part of the political sideshow. I’d be more impressed if he’d have started calling for a frank discussion on the media and muckraker lies inflaming the situation. I’d have been flat-out astounded had the governor called for it – might have even bought him lunch and a latte at Starbucks.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Shabazz claims that he is placing himself between police and protesters to act as a buffer to prevent an escalation of violence,and blames the outbursts on outside infiltrators acting as provocateurs. My question for Shabazz: Where do YOU live, and how do you position yourself like a resident of Ferguson MO?

      IMO, Shabazz is the outsider,and the leader of the provocateurs.

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  31. John Galt says:

    Comment on Viper 100.7 facebook page:

    “John Hancock That’s Dr. Michael Baden’s signature, he performed his autopsy on Sunday. How were you able to get that info on “Saturday”?”

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  32. czarowniczy says:

    This is ethnocultural warfare and agitprop is an accepted, if not vital, tool. Lies stir up the usual suspects to greater ‘action’, increases the fear in the civilized portions of the area that everything they’ve WORKED for, not received from the hands of the government, may be looted/burned, gives the ratings-not-fact hungry media grist to chew on, hands pols of all stripes new things to blather on about and sets the tone for the next phase of the war.

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  33. SouthCentralPA says:

    I don’t think Parcells has a shred of credibility, but Pathologist Assistant is a real thing. See, e.g., http://pathology.iupui.edu/education/graduate/graduate-tracks/pathologists-assistant/ It’s like a Physician’s Assistant but for Pathology. Now, does Missouri allow him to do the things he’s been doing? I’ll leave that to people who know Missouri law. Doubt it, tho’ …

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    • Yakmaster says:

      FORENSIC Pathology Assistant is the designation that one of the Forensic Pathology Associations and or Medical Examiner says does not exist in the field of Forensic Pathology. In any case, he has no formal training in it anyway. I believe Missouri law requires you to be a doctor (or supervised by a doctor on the scene at the time) to perform an autopsy and report results.

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    • nivico says:

      Parcells is using the non-existent designation “Forensic Pathologist Assistant” or FPA that he made up.

      It seems to be nothing more than a way to circumvent having to obtain the necessary education and certification required were he to call himself a Pathologist Assistant.

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  34. joanfoster says:

    Van Jones is now comparing the Newtown school shootings to Ferguson. People are saying if Obama went to Newtown, why not Ferguson. Idiots, all of them.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2014/08/19/van_jones_on_ferguson_this_is_transforming_a_generation_of_young_black_activists.html

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  35. JPF16 says:

    Some observations looking at the videos.
    The police car was an SUV not a car. I believe it is the one on the side of the road. Mike Brown is face down facing directly at that car. about 25 feet away in the center of the street. If Mike Brown was shot 6 times; with 5 shots to the left side of his body, and he was not moving toward the car the impact of those bullets would have turned him to his right side, he would surely have fallen to the right and possibly received wounds to the left side of his body. I’ve seen two people shot, one killed. its a violent act. If he was moving toward the car his momentum would keep him moving forward, especially considering the mass of a 6-4 300 pound person.

    Also was looking for bruising around the neck. I think if the witness account were accurate Mike Brown would have to have significant bruising, scratches, etc around his neck and defense wounds on his arms. I did see someone mention that the report indicated none of this was present.

    Just some random thoughts.

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  36. JPF16 says:

    meant to say right side of his body…

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  39. Truthster says:

    Try this at home: A 295 lb. man standing on the outside of a car door, a 140 lb. man seated inside a car/SUV and see if the man in the seat will be able to pull the man on the outside of the car into the car. I wonder why a person seated in a cruiser would try to pull a person into the driver’s seat. Try it over and over. The person seated has his arm movements obstructed by a steering wheel on his right and a seat back on his left, disallowing his arms to fully extent in those directions through the window in a seated position, no matter if the seat is at a lower point (as in the case if it were a sedan or if the person sitting is in an SUV. He also has the disadvantage of a weakened body position turned to the left side. The person standing has the advantage because his legs give him all kinds of leverage outside the car door, both to maneuver his body mass around to reach into the car and to brace his body mass against the car door to pull away. I don’t care how hard that sitter tries to pull the stander into the car, he won’t be able to pull him down, no matter if the sitter is at the same level (as in an SUV) or is a sedan (which would put the sitter at an even greater disadvantage because of the force of gravity that would give the stander more force or leverage (whichever) he decided to use if someone was trying to pull him in or if he was trying to assault the person inside the car with blows from with his arms going into the car. I would really like to see a youtube experiment where people video tape their attempt to do this using many different sizes of people performing this experiment.

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  41. Gene Hutchins says:

    Professor Parcells is NOT an M.D. He has been discreditedin western Mo. As a charlatan for hire.

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  42. Andrew Roseweir says:

    Any competent person can take the diagram of the wounds and show that one bullit entered the outside of the forearm exited the inside forearm and grazed the bicepe then entered the chest. The othe wound to the face was an entry wound above the eye and exited below the eye the other wound was to the top of the head??????? Thereby counting for the three projectiles found in the the body. Case solved!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~!

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