The Evidence Supports Darren Wilson – The Truth Has No Agenda…. But Only One Audience Is Paying Attention

In the final analysis the evidence within the details of the Mike Brown shooting support only one version of events, the factual version.

All other claims are like a manufactured ball of rubber bands, where each false claim espoused to the media is represented by another single band wrapped on top of the bands that preceded it.

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Unravelling the concentric circles of manufactured lies, which create the individual bands, is exhausting.  Unfortunately, we have watched this and participated in the unfolding on more than one occasion.

Just like the Trayvon Martin shooting in 2012 the Mike Brown shooting in 2014 was a constructed media narrative by people, groups and exploiters seeking financial benefit from a manufactured story.

The professionally black grievance industry, and those who derive financial benefit within it, rely on their audience being black first and analytical far down the list. Black is useful, inquiry is not.

The Psychology – Impartial observers often identify the trait of “stupid” toward the professionally black audience. However, that is a remarkably unfair characterization.  It’s not so much stupidity as it is the blend of gullibility and willful blindness – brought on by years of indoctrination and community protection designed to create a lack of identity, association, or relationship toward a non-black community.

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The only allowed identity is black first, all else much further down the list. By making skin color the dominant trait for association the BGI can then define what it means to be black; what you must do in order to fit the role of their definitions.

All of the evidence in the Darren Wilson shooting supported one account. But that account did not align with the accepted identity of being black, so various other accounts must be created in order to reconcile the difference between what being black is, and what took place in the Canfield Greens apartment complex.

Because the factual evidence around the shooting runs counter to the allowable identity of being black – it must be disregarded. Into the reality void comes the evidence as manufactured by the BGI. It need not square; it actually cannot square – because it’s not based on fact.

Eventually these irreconcilable claims run smack into factual evidence. When this happens the manufacturers are exposed, and the entire construct falls apart. The goal of the BGI leadership is to push the moment of irreconcilability beyond the time when their extortion demands are met.

A tremendous amount of strategic planning takes place to delay the moment when the entire scheme, the narrative, collapses.

The gullible black audience does not participate in the strategic planning, nor do they benefit from the financial reward which is ultimately the end-game. Their role is simply to follow the instructions, become protestors, yell, hold the signs, cause trouble, and await further direction from the professionally black leadership structure.

Win or lose, when it’s over – the protesting audience is dispatched back to their holding position(s) and told to wait until the next time they are needed to reflect the next grievance.

Parks and Crump

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Unfortunately, in the wake of activity, and depending on the chaos of the events organized, the black audience -the community- is left with less than they started with; just the way the BGI intends it.

However, one of the consequential loses is the sense of self-esteem and moral identity.

Sadly, this intended consequence returns the participants back to a self-fulfilling prophecy where a sense of self-worth or identity is the thirst within the soul. The circle closes when the BGI remind the participants in waiting their identity must be evaluated first and foremost by the color of their skin….

… and so it goes.

Al Sharpton

The Rev. Al Sharpton will return to Ferguson as part of a four-day Michael Brown tribute from Oct. 31-Nov. 3.

A spokeswoman provided few details Saturday as to what events will take place during the visit, but said more specifics would be released next week.

The length of the tribute alludes to the more than four hours Brown’s body lay in the street after he was fatally shot by Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9. The dates were selected because they lead right up to the Nov. 4 elections.

Sharpton previously came to St. Louis in August and gave the eulogy at Brown’s funeral. (link)

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78 Responses to The Evidence Supports Darren Wilson – The Truth Has No Agenda…. But Only One Audience Is Paying Attention

  1. So how many more Mike Browns or Trayvon Martins do we have to go through till the media stops? They at the only ones that can put an end to this.

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  2. Chip Bennett says:

    “There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.”

    ― Booker T. Washington

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  3. Lou says:

    it doesn’t matter. if you’re white or White Hispanic, you’re guilty. if you’re black, you were just minding your own business, and didn’t deserve to die.

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  4. Worc1 says:

    SD, your analysis on how the BGI defines what it means to be black is spot on. The BGI does that everyday when they call black conservatives, sellouts, Uncle Toms or the “they don’t know what it means to be black” and the like. Blacks who are well informed are most likely to be conservative.

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  5. Lou says:

    the only way for things to change is for whites to stop feeling guilty about the past they didn’t have control over, and to play the victim game because the truth is we live in an anti-white society.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Lou you are so right.
      My mother served in WWII and there really was not a mean bone in her body.
      When I was in college in 2001 I took Calif history which was part the curriculum for those in California going for a Teaching Credential. One of my projects was the Japanese Internment Camps, specially those in Calif. (Was quite an eye opener to find out it was not just the Japanese, and that over 1/3 of them wanted to go back home to help fight the war with their country of Japan).
      OK, back to topic…This was one subject she felt that No American owed any apology for. As she saw it; we treated the Japanese WAY better than Americans in Japan were, and the American POWs in many other places.
      You see my mother served during WWII. She was one of the first women who went into help with the Americans who had been held captive by the Japanese in the Philippines when MacArthur took the Philippines back over the 2nd time..
      She told me some of the stuff, but the women probably got the worse of it. American women(Some being military) were not only very much underfed and kept in very crappy shelters, but were also used for the pleasure of the Japanese soldiers in many ways.
      We need to learn from the past so its not repeated, not to keep replaying it over and over so that it is abused by others.

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      • Lucille says:

        kinthenorthwest, do you remember what the class text or assigned book reading was that stated 1/3 of the Japanese in America wanted to return to Japan to fight on the Japanese side? That’s a pretty huge percentage. Were these American-born or Japanese nationals? Do you remember how that percentage was determined?

        I’m not refuting you, please understand. But in my studies of the Japanese internment camps, this percentage was never mentioned, and I’m curious.

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          The paper was done so long ago and 3 moves ago. As usual I over researched the project which was started due to the book Farewell to Manzanar. Just happened that Manzanar was not too far from where I used to live.(If I do have it I will bring it out and give you some on my backup. I will say that a lot of it was internet. I was very careful with what I used of the internet; for I found out early how one internet report could be interpreted both pro and con by the right spin doctor).
          If I remember right, the majority who wanted to go back or refused to sign loyalty oaths were born in Japan, not American born. Actually most of them were the ones that were kept further inland versus places like Manzanar.
          What really surprised me was that there was an equal number of Italians and Germans that were put in detention camps too. These detention camps were not just in America, but in other North and South American countries too.
          Like I said, we need to go on from this and learn from it. It was something that most likely should not have been done, but one has to remember what had just happened to our country.
          Like I said if we keep feeling guilty for acts like this and slavery, instead of learning from them we will never move on. Guilt is a very powerful tool, especially when in the hands of people(Jackson, Sharpton, Crump, and ??) who know how to use and abuse it. Use and abuse of past guilt is how things like Ferguson are allowed to happen, instead of stopped. H3LLGuilt is why Obama was never vetted as other candidates have been and are being vetted. Guilt is why many were and are afraid to challenge Obama on many issues or to put a stop to many things he has done, which Americans have not let other presidents do without reprimand. Just look at the election of 2008 and how many times the words “thats Racist” or “your Racist” was used when someone challenged Obama and his campaign.
          OK Sorry I went off topic..but Lou is right its way past time to move on from the past and use it as a learning tool, not a tool to abuse privileges .

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          • Lucille says:

            Yes, I was surprised at the Italians and Germans being detained. I found this out via a very interesting book by a judge in Los Angeles (don’t remember his name) which came out around the time you were going to college.

            Having a number of childhood friends who had been born in the camps, and one good friend who was around ten when she was evacuated to Manzanar, I got first-hand stories of what the camps were like. They all said that the men had to fill out questionnaires and check off whether they were loyal to America or to Japan. A number of men were so insulted that they refused to answer the questionnaires. After the war, these men were not exactly appreciated by the Japanese communities as those who were loyal felt the “refusers” caused a lot of unnecessary trouble.

            A friend of my maternal grandmother was first put into filthy horse stalls at a race track, Santa Anita, I think, before she was evacuated. Grandmother’s friend lost everything–her land, her possessions; yet she loved America so much and was stoic enough that she vowed to rebuild and did so, realizing that the opportunities America offered outweighed anything negative that happened to her and her family. Beautiful Christian people.

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            • kinthenorthwest says:

              My mother later introduced me to a Japanese lady that was about her age..they were great friends and both seemed to understand the craziness of war. Her friend was in Manzanar during the war..Like your friend, her family rebuilt their fife and were very forgiving.

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    • Dan says:

      But come on, the terrible, terrible legacy ob de slabery will never allow present-day whites
      ANY absolution.

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    • bogeytct says:

      Few blacks were alive when the last lynching occurred. In another decade, few will have lived in Jim Crow.

      However, the same for the whites. You should see a lot of 20-40 year old white people who grew up completely unracist that are growing tired of this crap.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Most of them cannot even name what was done during the Civil Rights, what cities and any of the major players except for MLK.
        What is really interesting is that most don’t even realize that it was it the Southern Dems who were the ones trying to keep the segregation laws and ordering the police to attack the demonstrators.

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      • GoneGalting says:

        I’m a black guy. The 5%ers were ‘Goddamn America’ in Chinatown DC today. I’m standing next to two seemingly white guys and a black guy. I ask the white guys how they feel hearing this. The 5%ers zero in on the two black guys calling us Uncle Toms, etc.

        Afterwards, I find out the “white” guys were Iranian and Canadian. And the black guy was Cuban. In other words, none had anything to do with slavery.

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        • CleophusJ says:

          Black guy from Cuba? That’s most likely a descendant of enslaved Africans. Spain did not end slavery in Cuba until 1886.

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        • P.Spinach says:

          B Hussein Obama (Kenyan) and Eric Holder (Barbadian), too. They use black americans the same way the KKK did except the KKK was 200 years ago. These BHO types have not evolved to the new millenium, still stuck in the 1960s and making sure every black american is mired in his personal baggage, angry he isn’t full white or something. Hitler was similarly bent out of shape due to his impression of wrong DNA or angry about it. Both BHO and Hitler had egos so narcissistic they couldn’t handle a minor aspect, which they snowballed into a flaw. It became their entire being. It’s making BHO sick in the head, and he’s taking 95% with him in a calculated, hateful way.

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      We live in a lawless society …. where lawlessness is upheld over being lawful, irresponsible is held above responsible, destructive applauded over constructive, the criminal above the law-abiding …. whether individuals, groups, or nations.

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  6. Madmax says:

    The truth shall set you free, Reverend Race Pimp.

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  7. knowthyenemy says:

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  8. stormyeyesc says:

    Al’s buddy BHO stirs the pot right on cue

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  9. stormyeyesc says:

    May be all over by Oct 31. He may have to wear deep boots to walk through the ashes of Ferguson………

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  10. kinthenorthwest says:

    Brown’s blood found in Darren Wilson’s car, evidence doesn’t support civil rights charges, so NOW WHAT?
    Read more: http://www.bizpacreview.com/2014/10/18/browns-blood-found-in-darren-wilsons-car-evidence-doesnt-support-civil-rights-charges-so-now-what-153204#ixzz3GXP6TCqF

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    • talkaftercarefulthought says:

      I was sooooooooooooo hoping that the “graze” to browns right hand was from the gun going off in the car while he was trying to remove it from Wilson’s holster… blood evidence in the car huzzah!! pretty much case closed after that. I guess it’s been a lot of CYA after that b/c people in the know KNEW the BGI was coming with a noose for a white cop.. attempted murder of a police officer man I am soooo proud of our president for supporting mike brown

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  11. William says:

    “The death of Michael Brown is heartbreaking, and Michelle and I send our deepest condolences to his family and his community at this very difficult time. As Attorney General Holder has indicated, the Department of Justice is investigating the situation along with local officials, and they will continue to direct resources to the case as needed. I know the events of the past few days have prompted strong passions, but as details unfold, I urge everyone in Ferguson, Missouri, and across the country, to remember this young man through reflection and understanding. We should comfort each other and talk with one another in a way that heals, not in a way that wounds. Along with our prayers, that’s what Michael and his family, and our broader American community, deserve.”

    That’s from Obama. After Officer Wilson is cleared of any wrongdoing, is Obama going to issue a statement of apology to the Officer for taking the side of a black criminal, again? Any statement of sympathy for the difficult time that the Officer was put through? Mike Brown attacked and nearly killed the police officer. Yet Obama said Mike Brown should be remembered through reflection and understanding, and that he and his family deserved our prayers. Obama is a disgrace as a President of this country. He deserves damnātiō memoriae.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Obama never apologizes..Obama will just point his finger at someone else for the problems that Ferguson has been having.
      If the problems in Ferguson escalates due to Wilson being found not guilty and not at fault, I will make a bet Obama will again blame the police.

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    • bogeytct says:

      Just remember, it’ll be 100% factually correct once this is settled to state Obama sent his condolences to an attempted cop killer.

      Never back down from rubbing their faces in it.

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    • jello333 says:

      Yeah, Obama is gonna issue just such a statement and apology…. right after he issues a statement/apology to George and his family (and supporters).

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      • seeingeye2 says:

        Obama (& Holder) does not care that George and his family are still undergoing extreme trauma (partly due to him and his speeches) and death threats from some who are likely to be Obama supporters.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Obama doesn’t care that Darren Wilson’s life is in danger and has been turned upside down. Just like he doesn’t care about the Zimmerman familys’ lives. There will be no apology. He never apologizes.

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  13. Worc1 says:

    Over 2600 people die everyday in the US. Why was Obama commenting on this one? Because Brown was BLACK, thats why. There is nothing special about this case except for the BGI who came out of woodwork especially fast, like cockroaches fleeing a lit room.

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    • jello333 says:

      I know I’ve pointed this out many times before, but…

      Ask yourself WHY Obama (or any of his minions in the BGI) never saw fit to issue a statement of condolences to Kelly Thomas’ family, or a statement of condemnation toward his murderers. Even if George HAD murdered Trayvon in cold blood, and even if Wilson HAD murdered Mike Brown in cold blood, neither of those would have been even remotely as cold-blooded and evil as what was done to Kelly Thomas. And yet, from Obama, from Sharpton, from the types of “protesters” we seen in the streets in Ferguson… CRICKETS.

      Ask yourself WHY?????

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  14. truecoiors says:

    Black people are conditioned to believe that it is natural/desirable/wonderful for them to bond together with other people strictly based on a common skin color. .

    White people are conditioned to believe that if they bond with another person based strictly on skin color that it is one of the most evil things that a person could ever do.

    Blacks are taught to “celebrate” their own “culture” and “heritage” because it is supposedly so “rich.” (Ironically, the real truth is the exact opposite in many cases).

    White people are taught to be ashamed of their own heritage and forefathers, because supposedly it is so rotten and shameful. (Ironically, the real truth is the exact opposite in many cases).

    TC

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    • jello333 says:

      “Black people are conditioned to believe that it is natural/desirable/wonderful for them to bond together with other people strictly based on a common skin color. White people are conditioned to believe that if they bond with another person based strictly on skin color that it is one of the most evil things that a person could ever do.”

      You know, during the GZ/TM case, I always made sure to check out any new pictures that came to light of Trayvon, Tracy, Sybrina, any of their friends. And what I began to notice was what was NOT in any of those pictures… NO white people. From all appearances, it seems that virtually ALL of that family’s friends and acquaintances were BLACK. Do a little math, and you’ll realize that just based on US demographics, that is virtually impossible to happen by pure chance. Which mean that Trayvon, Tracy, Sybrina, and the rest INTENTIONALLY chose to have no non-black friends or acquaintances.

      Tell me…. what does that make THEM?

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  15. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  16. YayYay says:

    sensational piece SD, thanks for writing/posting.

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  17. angie says:

    The audience who really want facts,justice, and peace are paying attention.
    Pants up, don’t loot!

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  18. kinthenorthwest says:

    If I hear one more person tell me that we should not blame Brown or Myers’s mother for lying I Will SCREAM.
    Look at all the damage that was done due to these lies. Look at the lives that were put in danger due to the lies.
    I do not care how sad you are, It is NOT ok to tell lies that create these types of events.

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    • amwick says:

      Speaking of damage done by lies, do you mind if I blame Dorian?

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Sybrina Fulton did the same thing. I’m so tired of the “he was such a good boy” meme. Yes, it is sad they lost sons but the deliberate lying and destroying of other lives is something I do not want to reckon with and I don’t condone it. It is evil to what they have done. It’s all about the money and that’s so wrong on so many levels.

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  19. Many years ago the KKK was sued into all but defunct status and have never been able to recover, fortunately. It’s time to take the same stance against the BGI. The Sharptons, Jacksons, et. al., should be sued by the Zimmermans and Wilsons, et. al., to the point they can’t afford a plane ticket to the next “event”.

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  20. doodahdaze says:

    We want some aresses. That is the only thing that will stop them. Arress and convict.

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  21. DeWalt says:

    What strikes me most is the two people who know least what it is to be black are held the highest, B.H. Obama and E. Holder

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  22. justfactsplz says:

    Tough times still lie ahead for Ferguson. The muslims, communists, and occupiers of all kinds are wreaking havoc and will continue to do so. A new precedent has been set on how far these protestors can push it and get away with it. It is a very volatile situation.

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    • angie says:

      The new precedent has been set in Missouri and dare I say, blue states. In our state, it would not have happened. Jindal, who I’m not wild about, would not have put up Holder and his crew .Now, Mitch Landrieu, NOLA mayor and Mary Landrieu’s brother, might put up with it for a short time but I think even he would not put up with it for long In any event, Jindal would call up the National Guard.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I think that’s why there weren’t massive riots during the Zimmerman case. Southern states are just not going to put up with their nonsense too long. People in Florida were getting ready in the event things got out of hand and the ones who were having rallies knew it.

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        • angie says:

          There is what appears to be a legitimate case of a bad cop shooting in LA but we haven’t seen the BGI. Thank-you God.

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          • jello333 says:

            That’s the problem. The BGI (and their gullible “protesters”) don’t WANT a clear-cut case of a cop acting illegally. Because they know when THAT happens, virtually everyone immediately condemns that act. No, they can’t have that. In order to continue to proclaim themselves “victims”, they must also make it appear that they are the only ones who care. So really, it’s no coincidence that all the cases they choose to push to the forefront are ones they KNOW in the end they’ll lose… which allows them to then scream how racist the “system”, and white people in general are toward blacks.

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          • justfactsplz says:

            Yes, thank you God. The BGI and the CRS have set race relations back decades.

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  23. Mustang says:

    Of course there is an agenda. It is a Moslem brotherhood agenda. What a surprise.

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  24. myopiafree says:

    Wilson said he feared for his life – when being attacked by a 295 pound thug.
    http://start.toshiba.com/news/read/article/the_associated_press-report_ferguson_officer_says_he_feared_for_life-ap
    I believe officer Wilson – and not the thug.

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  25. stormyeyesc says:

    weird tweet but it shows people are watching……even if they don’t know how to read and comprehend facts (Shaun’s ‘over 100ft.’ puppet crowd) They dox anyone they don’t agree with.

    Fapperella ‏@prime_bee · 2h2 hours ago
    “@TheAnonMessage ALERT! #Ferguson Protesters! Keep a lookout for a man named David Piercy, a hired mentally ill stalker working as an informant for PD!
    http://tmi.me/1eOejD

    7:44 PM – 18 Oct 2014 · Details

    Violet Instigator ‏@Shirking_Violet · 2h2 hours ago
    @TheAnonMessage He’s a well-known member of the George Zimmerman fan club from Conservative Treehouse. Loves to file lawsuts.

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  26. LTC8K6 says:

    This witness didn’t help Dorian any…

    “This latest witness, who is black, told the Post-Dispatch that Johnson took off running toward West Florissant Avenue after the first shot went off inside Wilson’s police SUV.”

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/witness-adds-new-perspective-to-ferguson-shooting/article_ab6e1e03-c49a-5c7f-8786-b0e88ec79349.html

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  27. stormyeyesc says:

    This guy has some dang funny tweets! Check him out LOL

    https://twitter.com/yobynnad1127

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  28. David in Cal says:

    IMHO things are not that clear. It seems that Wilson and Brown had 2 interactions. In the first one, Brown grappled with Wilson inside the police car. The evidence supports Wilson’s version. However, in the second interaction, Wilson shot Brown several times from a distance. This second interaction is still unclear to me.

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    • talkaftercarefulthought says:

      David if you spend an hour reading through the mike brown threads (not the comments which will make your head spin if read in one sitting) the second interaction (if threads are read with a completely open and unbiased mind) will clear right up

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      • Chip Bennett says:

        There weren’t two interactions; there were three:

        1. Wilson rolled up on Brown/Johnson, told them to get out of the street, and moved on
        2. Wilson stopped, backed his SUV up to Brown/Wilson, apparently to conduct a Terry stop related to the strong-arm robbery. When he attempted to exit his SUV, Brown assaulted him, during which Wilson fired 2 shots, one of which hit Brown. Brown then fled.
        3. Wilson chased Brown. Brown stopped, turned around, and started coming at Wilson, at which time Wilson shot Brown again, fatally injuring him.

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        • talkaftercarefulthought says:

          you’re right I completely combined the first two into one.. sometimes even when I try to remember the facts in my conscious brain.. the narrative that’s been planted subconsciously seeps through… SCARY

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