Not All Ferguson Grand Jury Documents Released – Surprise!! The Media Just Found Out Dorian’s Testimony is Mysteriously Missing…

DUH. You guys already know this, but apparently the media had to hire a team of private investigators and investigative journalists to figure it out. The most significant document missing is the one we first noticed absent on the very first night. Dorian Johnson’s joint State and FBI interview conducted on August 13th.

In our researched opinion this is directly because there was a deal made with Dorian for his “story”. (I outlined the deal on November 25th)  It is entirely possible, actually more than possible, most likely, the recorded FBI interview/statement of Dorian Johnson is wildly divergent from both his media interviews and his grand jury testimony.

Dorian johnson giving statementWe strongly feel the FBI knew Dorian was making up a story, then when given structural immunity, he admitted to making up a story on August 13th.

The State/FBI officials then allowed him to give BS testimony -that mostly matched his BS media interviews- to the grand jury because the feds/state were willing to provide him a cover story for his own protection from community backlash.

Bottom line, the Feds needed the accurate truth because by August 13th they had enough of a physical and forensic outline to substantiate the three interviews of Darren Wilson. Wilson was interviewed on Saturday 8/9 (local), Sunday 8/10 (local and state), and for more than three hours on Tuesday 8/12 (state and federal FBI).

By the time the same Feds sat down with Dorian (next day after Wilson) as seen in this picture at the attorney’s office, they knew only three actual, well, actually “claimed” eye-witness statements were in conflict with Wilson:  Dorian Johnson, Tiffany Mitchell and Piaget Crenshaw. The feds knew the physical evidence DID NOT match the claims of Dorian, Tiffany and Piaget.

They mostly needed to know why those claims didn’t match.

From the fed’s (“we already know the truth”) reference to Johnson, which they also told his attorney Freeman Bosley Jr, (who admitted as such to the CNN – but CNN didn’t know enough to catch the reference) the FBI and State officials found out Dorian was making up the entire narrative. 

Now watch this old video, taken two days after the FBI interview, and you’ll see it:

Hopefully you watched that ↑ video – because, in hindsight now, it should be giving you an “ah-ha” moment.

To hide both their (DOJ/FBI) knowledge thereof, and the admission of Dorian, the recording and transcript was withheld from the public, yet was read by the Grand Jury.  The grand jury is bound to secrecy.

In essence the Grand Jury knew Johnson was making it up, that’s why their questions were seemingly from information out of left field. It wasn’t left field to them because they knew the content of the FBI 8/13 statement, it was only left-field to YOU.

If the 8/13 Dorian Johnson interview was EVER released the public might ask why the Feds let the case continue.

The DOJ/FBI were essentially covering for the politicians decision to let the grand jury play out just to placate the various parties who held interest, AND to further the agenda of the politicians (see Holder/Obama August 18th ↓).

potus and Holder president obama and eric holder

Here is the mainstream media trying to figure it out. Enjoy:

robert mcculloch 2ST. LOUIS — In spite of St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch’s promises to make all witness testimony in the Michael Brown shooting case public so he could show the process was fair and impartial, McCulloch’s office now acknowledges that it kept some records secret at the behest of federal authorities who are still investigating the incident.

The acknowledgment came after a review by KSDK-TV found several key documents were missing from the thousands of pages released by McCulloch’s office on Nov. 24, shortly after the prosecutor announced that the grand jury had decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for killing the unarmed teen.

McCulloch’s executive assistant, Ed Magee, said the office released everything it still had when the case was closed, but had “turned over and relinquished control” of some FBI’s interviews conducted in connection with the shooting.

Dorian Johnson interview withheld A team of investigative reporters from around the country reviewed the transcripts released by McCulloch’s office, which included law enforcement interviews with 24 witnesses. Most conspicuous in its absence was the joint federal-county interview with the witness who had been closest to the deadly confrontation, Michael Brown’s friend Dorian Johnson.

Transcripts of the grand jury proceedings indicate that interview was conducted on Aug. 13, four days after the shooting, and lasted more than two hours. Transcripts of that interview were provided to grand jurors, who then listened to a recording of it in its entirety, the records show.

But, while McCulloch’s office provided the public with recordings of six different television interviews Johnson conducted with local and national media, there is no record of what Johnson told law enforcement before his grand jury testimony. Neither the audio recording nor the transcript of Johnson’s FBI interview was included in the materials released.

McCulloch repeatedly said that following witness testimony over time, to see if they changed their stories, was a critical part of measuring a witness’ veracity. During his press conference Nov. 24, he listed several specific times when witnesses whose stories suggested Wilson had not been justified in using deadly force, altered their testimony after being challenged or after learning the results of autopsies.

McCulloch encouraged the media and the public to review the records he released with that in mind. (keep reading<– you should, it’s funny!

Robert McCulloch

{snip}  Good luck ever getting that August 13th DOJ/FBI interview pried from the hands of the feds.  It would embarrass everyone. 

Remember, these are ALL DEMOCRATS. 

The Prosecutor Robert McCulloch is a Dem.  The Mayor, Slay, is a Dem.  Governor Nixon is a Dem.  AG Eric Holder and President Obama et al.  They can’t let it be known that they knew this was all for show and political benefit.

Saint Louis Mayor Slay

nixon presser 1

Here’s my summary from over two weeks ago:

dorian prediction

The irony is, the “street” is wise to the ruse.  Hence, Dorian Johnson in hiding.

The “street justice leadership” know, you know, and the MSM is running around bumping into walls trying to figure it all out.  Maybe if they hire more “teams of investigative reporters from around the country” they’ll figure it out.

Yeah, me neither.

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150 Responses to Not All Ferguson Grand Jury Documents Released – Surprise!! The Media Just Found Out Dorian’s Testimony is Mysteriously Missing…

  1. True Colors says:

    If Dorian did indeed flip then the feds must keep that info concealed at all costs. Dorian will be whisked off to Witness Protection and never heard from ever again.

    If the general public ever finds out that the feds knew back at the beginning that Dorian reversed his story but yet they still allowed Ferguson to burn anyway then there will be a backlash.

    Of course there will always be some people who keep going with the hands up cause no matter how much evidence ever comes out to the contrary.

    TC

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    • Just Tea says:

      Yeah, Dorian will have to have a complete makeover. Don’t be surprised if he ends up looking like Michael Jackson.

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    • “They” have already released statements saying it doesn’t really matter whether or not Brown had his hands up (an admission that even “they” don’t believe the lie anymore?) It’s about something bigger than the Mike Brown case – it’s the “war on young, black men of color by the po-po” donchaknow?

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      • Sentient says:

        Anyone protesting with their hands up should be asked to identify any of the following: Tiffany Mitchell, Piaget Crenshaw, Dorian Johnson, Anthony Shahid. 99% of them couldn’t identify any of these people. If you don’t know who Anthony Shahid is, you don’t know anything about Ferguson. Thanks to Sundance, of course.

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      • boutis says:

        The “Narrative” must be preserved. The story narrative is chosen, some off the wall case is picked to illustrate it, all of the case facts show that it doesn’t, but the Narrative lives on. Agitprop 101. The public is catching on. Slowly but catching on anyway.

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      • It’s the civil rights event / movement of the decade. Everyone wants to get in on it. Whether they know what the h is going on or not. The hands up thing has faded a bit … to be replaced by the “I can’t breathe” thing. Anything to keep the movement going. And Holder and Obama acknowledging it makes it into a Perpetual Calendar of Events. We’ve got to fix something! Even if nothing is broken. So now when coming upon suspects of color, police will have to deploy a big soft inflatable ball … a sort of portable “padded cell” and catch and sandwich (not the Shaw sandwich) said suspect for their own safety and the safety of the officers and public.

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      • I have a feeling Txmom, The things that are making these blacks laugh today Is going to make them cry tomorrow

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    • Lee Jan says:

      Without this website there would be NO truth revealed at all. You all make it impossible for the powers that be to continue with their lies.
      THANK YOU

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    • StLouieGirl says:

      When Piaget gave her first national interview for NBC with John Yang on August 10th, she was wearing a t-shirt with a bold ‘FBI’ on the front. Darcia Polk of the Black Panthers was recording also, I didn’t catch the FBI detail the first few times I viewed it.

      And so I’ve thought about that choice of attire – why would Darcia Polk/Black Panthers want to show “FBI”. Since when did the FBI become their (black community/Black Panthers) friend? I thought that was very, very odd.

      Also, why did the FBI wait to interview Dorian after the incident? Like Freeman Bosley said, the FBI knew all of the details and just wanted Dorian’s version. Dorian was put on a media blitz tour to lie as much as possible and the FBI did nothing to put a stop to it until Dorian got to be too silly.

      The FBI wanted Dorian’s story put out there but he was of no help for the cause against Darren Wilson or cops in general. His story and the witnesses in the car were were worthless to them because it didn’t match the physical evidence. It was a hindrance if anything….. hence Dorian’s version is locked in the vault…. never to see the light of day.

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      • Crystal says:

        They were probably all ordered to promote MY BROTHER’S KEEPER, Barry’s “legacy” and that of Eric the Red also. NEVER LET A CRISIS GO TO WASTE…even if you have to create the crisis yourself in order to impose your desired solution.

        Rile up the great unwashed masses, start a race war. What’s next? Civil Rights marches with two grifters in search of a legacy leading the charge along with their BGI cronies? Great for photo ops for a certain flim flam man’s future library, isn’t it? The trip to South Africa prior to Mandela’s death was supposed to be one giant photo op. It’s a shame the Mandela Family saw through the scheme.

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      Witness protection? I thought I just read that he’s going to work for the City of St. Louis in some special jobs program for $8.50 per hour doing landscape maintenance/ parks, etc..

      Unless they’re going to give him body guards at a much more expensive rate than they’re paying him to pull weeds, it seems like that supposed target on his back is illusory or has vanished.

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      • Worc1 says:

        He gets paid but he doesn’t have any work to do. Kind of like a union/mob no-show job.

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        • Sassy says:

          There’s a long history of ghost “workers” in St. Louis City government. Does Dorian live in St. Louis? There’s a residency requirement, or used to be, last time I heard; but maybe SLATE grants allow a person to live outside the city limits.

          Not long ago (but after August) Mayor Slay made an Obama-like executive order that got rid of the “check box” on job applications so that people who’d been arrested could be considered for city jobs and not be automatically ruled out. SLATE is also the agency through which hundreds of jobs will be filled for a new IKEA store going up in midtown, not far from the Shaw neighborhood. The protesters hit a QuikTrip that’s very close to the IKEA site. Slay might have made the adjustment for that project. On the other hand, it might have been just for Dorian, to plausibly help him out with his new life.

          Seems like witness protection would be unnecessary, if he did continue his false narrative for the GJ as well as the public. Maybe witness protection wouldn’t wash, so he had to get a taxpayer-funded “income” some other way. This stinks to high heaven.

          I’m glad the media are (somewhat) onto it, thanks to you here at Conservative Treehouse. I laughed out loud today when I read the paper. If not for you all, I have no doubt, the public would not have been informed either of Dorian’s new “job” or the curious fact that his FBI interview is withheld, on the excuse that the “investigation” by the DOJ is ongoing. In which case, why was ANY information released?

          I’m in awe that you all here have put this together because otherwise I, for one, wouldn’t be able to follow the intricacies. Sundance: It must be exactly as you predicted last month. The corruption is beyond belief. I’m accustomed to seeing it in DC but never suspected it would come to infect MO or St. Louis.

          People have DIED because of this false narrative. (For example, the African-American lady whose family couldn’t get through the mobs to check on her, so she died from lack of needed medical care.) Buildings were burned and lives destroyed. Millions of dollars in damages and it’s as if nobody cares, going by the politicians and the media (but for Hannity, who at least showcased the real victims here, the storeowners).

          Mendacity is one word; evil is another. No wonder Nixon is in hiding. The legislature promises an investigation, but only time will tell if that will pan out. Now for a little levity: Freeman Bosley is like the second coming of Redd Foxx.

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    • What are you talking about, Dorian Johnson has been in witness protection!! I second you stopped seeing his ugly mug plastered on tv interviews he was put in witness protection, he even talks about it right after the FBI interview on tv with his dumb ass attorney!

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  2. Lucille says:

    How about starting a campaign to have Dorian included on the BCC list of invitees to the State of the Union address? Isn’t it time he have a reunion with Mom and her partner in full view of the world? Such a happy time would be had by all.

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    • RJ says:

      Your comment really caught my eyes! Well done, well done!

      Obama and his minions (which include Boehner, McConnell, et al.) have been grabbing as much centralized power as humanly possible during these past 6 years, to the detriment of our country.

      The voting citizens have not learned their lessons, we keep electing “liars” who are trying to surpass the efforts of the “biggest political liar of all time” B. Hussein Obama.

      Not that he is playing his “get even with Whitey” game our attention has moved away from all those illegals who are gathering up their most prized possessions and readying for a trip up north to “magic land” where picking “fruit” is just the beginning of creating a dream. Yet who talks about the “governments” they wish to leave that they had supported for decades?

      Global revolution is right here, right now…all available to see and hear on your cell phones!

      Honesty in government. A simple goal when filled with the “right people” who have the citizens’ active support.

      Where are the “right people” is the hard part to figure out, what with all the “lawyers” wanting to be politicians. Lawyers are deceivers and liars of the first order.

      Ask Plato…he will tell you why.

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    • Lee Jan says:

      No doubt Dorian will be Times Man of the Year

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  3. True Colors says:

    Furthermore, even though Holder and Obama are extreme liars in their public statements, they still do want to know the full truth of what really happened in Ferguson. They want to know about anything and everything that would harm them in court or in the media.

    By the way……. one question that I have yet to hear asked by anyone…… exactly which federal law is Darren Wilson suspected of breaking? And pray tell, what probable cause exists that this law was broken?

    The libs demanded transparency in the county investigation so how about some transparency for the feds as well.

    TC

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    • sundance says:

      Prior to the GJ announcement there were sources inside the DOJ leaking that no evidence existed to support a claim that Darren Wilson violated Mike Brown’s civil rights. There would be no DOJ charge etc.

      Holder is just keeping that premise floating to appease the grievance industry and make Wilson’s life miserable. Same exact reasoning for the Zimmerman investigation which is still open.

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      • tappin52 says:

        Doesn’t Darren Wilson have an avenue open to pursue litigation over having his life ruined for a political/racial ruse?

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        • lovelyd24 says:

          Objectively yes, subjectively, not a chance. Wilson would do well to graciously accept whatever funds can be turned over to him and disappear into a nice cabin in the woods or chateau in some country that has appeal to him. It isn’t fair, but it is what it is.

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          • RJ says:

            Serpico…only for different reasons. Wilson may have talents that go way beyond being a good cop. Now is the time for him to explore them…and change his haircut!

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      • lepanto says:

        It would seem to me that there are probably laws that forbid keeping a case “open” when it is already known that there is no probable cause. Is that a crime?

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        • lepanto says:

          There are many good people involved in the FBI / Department of Justice who have given their whole life to law enforcement. I wonder if it is possible for honest law enforcement officers to come forward and “blow the whistle” on the political and ideological manipulation that has been going on.

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      • True Colors says:

        One of the most basic foundations of the American justice system is that the government cannot ever investigate any citizen unless it can demonstrate sufficient probable cause that a SPECIFIC law has been broken. In other words, no government fishing expeditions. No blind audits out of the blue.

        It was intentionally set up this way for the expressed purpose of preventing government agencies from using investigations as a tool of abuse.

        As Bill Whittle would say, someone needs to make the Obama administration own this. Someone needs to stand up and DEMAND that the government cite the specific federal law that Darren Wilson is suspected of breaking, AND the probable cause as well.

        If they cannot provide these things then the police union, or somebody, needs to file a lawsuit against the DOJ to get them of of Wilson’s back.

        TC

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      • Worc1 says:

        The FBI’s investigation against General Petraeus is still open, 2 years after he resigned. Some believe it’s to keep him quiet about Obama’s Iraq “strategy”. He is an expert on Iraq after all and you would think Obama or at least congress would like to hear his thoughts on ISIS and how to defeat them. http://hotair.com/archives/2014/12/04/the-curiously-unending-case-of-david-petraeus/

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    • rashomon says:

      Holder is simply using civil rights violations as a tool to take over police departments around the country. Wilson never had anything to do with the grab for power; he was the tool to do it. The same goes for the NYPD/chokehold myth; another power grab using whatever is handy. Federal control of EVERYTHING is the goal, particularly police, militia and military.

      http://www.nationalreview.com/article/394116/whats-really-going-holders-civil-rights-crusade-against-police-departments-andrew-c/page/0/1

      Note that not once has Holder invaded Rahm Emanuel’s space in spite of the continuing mayhem in Chicago, He doesn’t need to as long as Rahm is in power. Besides, it’s blacks doing the killing, so there’s no story there.

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  4. Oh-My says:

    About 10 years ago, I was set up by a group of people, including, of all people, the pastor of the large, well known and respected (scholars) church I attended. I was about a year into having my little family ripped apart before I got a whiff of the underlying theft from the elderly woman’s bank account, or the story in the paper where the pastor, foolishly, “staked his reputation” on the man’s innocence. I won’t get into the long, long story, but many people were sucked into doing things they would not have done had they known the true root issues involved. It was amazing to see how fast a rabid mob turned on me. A very small group knew why, and they stood back and let it happen. Of course, I fought back for a minute, before I realized what I was in, and that just strengthened the cause of the other side. I was a relative newcomer to the community and the people who would have had my back were thousands of miles away. Certain stories were circulated and from a great distance, they couldn’t figure out up from down, as the situation got crazier by the minute. When I say All Hell Broke Loose, I’m not sure that’s a strong enough description.

    Afterwards, in the devastating silence of the ashes of what remained, I sat in quiet contemplation and wondered if I had ever been part of a mob without realizing it, due to the underlying forces manipulating the situation. Then I turned left, in shock at those in the “right”. But of course that doesn’t work, either. Truth works. Ferreting it out works.

    Since then, I have learned to take two, three, four passes at things, and make sure everything adds up.

    Later I discovered my then significant other had been flipped early on and was a sadistic part of the betrayal. It would be like being a police officer and finding out one of your fraternal brothers set you up to walk into an ambush,

    or something.

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    • dandtoy says:

      While traveling with My teenage daughter we came through Massachusetts while they were having the Salem Witch Trial Festival. She wanted to stop, and so we did. Boy am I glad… Did you know there are many Salem witch museums even in other countries! It turns out what happened there is not unusual at all. This museum is really about what happened to you… And me later on.

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      • Oh-My says:

        In Daniel, when they looked in the furnace, much to their surprise, all 3 of them were still alive, with a 4th, unexpected presence.

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      • Oh-My says:

        Sundance are you referring to the portion of the video where it appears that Dorian Johnson put the Cigarillos back on the counter, if played in one direction, but appears that Dorian Johnson reached back behind the counter and grabs the Cigarillos in another?

        Would this, perhaps, be a partial explanation for why so many “versions” of the video were found on the desktop computer?

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        • Sassy says:

          What I noticed is that twice Dorian’s lawyer says “they” when he’s talking about the strong-arm robbery. He said “THEY had robbed that pla[ce] … ” and then later he said “THEY … had taken some of those cigarillos.” Now that’s some excellent lawyering, ain’t it?

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    • Kitty Smith says:

      That story couldn’t be more vague and uninformative if it was a cloud. Why write all that and give no idea as to what it was about? Are you saying some church blamed you for a theft? What?

      Scratching me head……………

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  5. doodahdaze says:

    What did Obama Know, and when did he know it.

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  6. Joe Parnell says:

    Wow- this is genius.

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  7. StL should give DJ the keys to the city in a ceremony.

    Incredible.

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  8. James F says:

    Why did it take the MSM so long to notice? Goes to show how few people bothered to read any of the real evidence,

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    • Justice_099 says:

      Because they are only looking for one side of the story. They don’t want to accidentally stumble onto the other side.

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    • lovelyd24 says:

      Because the MSM and the puppets who deliver the news, are not investigative journalists, they are propagandists for an ideology. Todays journalists, reporters and talking heads are the most incurious lot of folks you will come across if you were to travel the world over.

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    • Anubis says:

      They are so brainwashed that whatever goes against the narrative just causes cognitive dissonance which they wish away.

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    • Their ears did perk up a little bit for the OTHER RIOTS (peaceful protests) in New York and Berkeley. (Miami did cover a little bit of Miami protests… but they locked them down good.) It makes good news spots and imagery if things are getting burned and broken and looted. When Wilson quit his job – they spot covered that. But not the nice human interest story of the nice white cop that was NOT indicted. “Rabbit face” Lynn Martinez and Belkey’s Noray of WSVN should do a Bite With Belkey’s and take Darren Wilson to dinner. (Martinez has a masters and bachelor’s degree in journalism from “Webster University” in St. Louis, Missouri. She is married and has two children. I DID NOT KNOW THAT ABOUT St. Louis, MO.) [info from WSVN.COM.] http://www.wsvn.com/category/265867/bite-with-belkys-stories

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  9. coeurdaleneman says:

    This whole thing was orchestrated. Wilson could have been officially cleared within a week or two by a strong prosecutor. Throughout my lifetime there have been cases of justifiable defense by both cops and civilians being handled within a timeframe that was rather prompt.

    After the store robbery video was released very, very early, a majority of the American public remained steadfast that the shooting was OK. The first poll showed it. This whole thing was a Democrat-run pander job to a minority.

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  10. “There is one other way the missing witness statements could become available, McCormick said: If Brown’s family requests them as a part of a civil lawsuit against Wilson or the Ferguson Police Department and subsequently shares them with the public.”

    Bwahahaha

    Snowballs and hell come to mind.

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    • yankeeintx says:

      I am sure the motivation for Fulton/Martin not filing a civil case against George, was because of all those skeletons in the closet. It would be tough for “Cupcake” and “Fruit” to claim to be nothing but loving parents.
      Parks and Crump know that best shot at money in these cases is “go away” settlements, and not filing civil suits. Had Wilson been indicted, even before a trial, those settlement amounts would have climbed. Without an indictment, they’ll be lucky to cover expenses.

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  11. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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  12. IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

    http://player.liquidcompass.net/KFTKFM

    Allman in the morning on 97.1 fm st louis.

    This is interesting stuff, they are going to go more in depth coming up., I suggest tuning in.
    Dotson declared an attack on a bosnian woman a hate crime, and the story has been buried.
    A bosnian woman was pulled from her vehicle on Landsdown at gunpoint, asked her nationality, and then assaulted.Story was up for 5 hours and then pulled on the post dispatch website. the attack is mentioned deep in another article.

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    • IAmGeorgeZimmerman says:

      Studio Local Line: 314-969-9797
      Should flood them with calls today about the whole behind the scenes story,
      No one is talking about Anthony Shahid and Zaki Baruti.

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  13. Be Ge says:

    All animals are equal, but then some animals are more equal than others“.

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  14. scaretactics says:

    I must have missed that Dorian’s FBI testimony was missing. Makes sense now that you’ve outlined it here, SD.

    *

    Of course the treepers discovered this little nugget the night the GJ transcripts were released.

    That’s because treepers ROCK.

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    • Mr. Izz says:

      It’s actually kind of upsetting. When we saw over and over that Dorian Johnson’s testimony had changed to the media, he is believed to be 100% credible, and then Darren Wilson is given no indictment, red flags should have gone up. We all wanted to see what the “star witness” said to investigators. He was the whole reason this thing got as bad as it did.

      The upsetting part is that the media is trying to hide their failures, with some outlets even going as far as to not mention Dorian at all (or just saying the “witness”). They put him out there, believed his every word, and now don’t want to know what his testimony to the grand jury/FBI is because then they would have to admit they were wrong. I’m just getting so angry over all of this time and time again.

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  15. It’s astounding that American lives and businesses are being ruined to further a false political narrative. Racism has largely been resolved, a majority of Americans do not discriminate against each other on the basis of race. Most of us conduct ourselves with common decency toward one another.

    The racism narrative coming from the President of the United States is a lie and intentionally ripping apart this country. The President and his comrades don’t want peace and cooperation, mutual respect or civilized society – they are destroyers of freedom and they must sow hatred to bring about their intended destruction.

    Will it work? I think not. We are headed for some trying times. Two more years of President Obama’s “fundamental transformation” war on America lies ahead. The majority of Americans (all races) are fed up with this President’s failing policies and destructive agenda. But, he and his ilk are not strong enough or smart enough to defeat this great nation or its citizens. We will endure their wrath. But we will remain standing. Ultimately, they will not succeed. We will prevail.

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  16. ctdar says:

    Does Wilson & his attorneys have an original copy of the liars statement?

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  17. timmihendrix says:

    Could you please clarify what “we” know or are pretty sure of about the “protective custody” situation of Dorian. Is/was it naacp or the FEDS that stashed him? Where? I recall reading a tweet/fb post about him asking to be picked up after deandre’s death. So he wasn’t too far away or too secretive about his location. Also recall a tweet/fb about moving to AZ. I can’t imagine the naacp risking the backlash of protecting a snitch from their biggest supporters. Wouldn’t he be a liability to their civil suit or is that too far gone?

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    • Phooey says:

      The snitch, or more specifically the snitching, has to be protected at all costs now. BGI, MSM, and local/state/federal Democrats are up to their necks in this lie. And most of all, the entire “movement” that Barry and Holder have conjured up from the MB false narrative depends on it. I doubt the NAACP fears any backlash from the black community for that very reason, most of them will see the bigger prize, the fraudulent civil rights movement they’re trying to grow here.

      So they will protect Dorian from the few local gang bangers that might want him erased. If he ended up dead, and the wrong people started asking questions, somebody could accidentally stumble onto something.

      At this point, if they can keep a handle on him, I doubt we hear much more from the little gnat. The whole thing has moved on from MB, which is the only thing he’s qualified to get in front of a camera and lie about.

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  18. Wizzum says:

    Did I read wrong or did the GJ get to hear DJ’s FBI testimony? If so, this is duplicitous but the information was not totally buried.

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    • lurking2014 says:

      At the beginning of the Dorian Johnson grand jury testimony transcript the prosecuting attorney mentions that they had just heard his FBI testimony and were in possession of a transcript.

      The media hasn’t even delved into Johnson’s grand jury testimony that was released with the grand jury decision. In his testimony he describes Big Mike returning some 50 feet from the Copper Creek Court driveway to confront Wilson. Johnson also says that Brown had extreme anger on his face when it looked to Johnson like Brown started to move aggressively at Wilson.

      Then again, the media hasn’t even commented on Johnson describing Wilson’s demeanor about the jaywalking as “fatherly.”

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      • nimrodman says:

        “In his testimony he describes Big Mike returning some 50 feet from the Copper Creek Court driveway to confront Wilson.”

        Do you have page and line numbers for that? I’ve been studying that issue and haven’t seen it said like that in testimony.

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  19. mooney1el says:

    I had watched the press conference with Prosecutor McCulloch and remembered distinctly that he said not all testimony would be released to the press and I wasn’t surprised because I thought that it coincided with Sundance’s analysis. I went back and looked at the transcript of the press conference and found:

    “AS I HAVE PROMISED, THE EVIDENCE PRESENTED TO THE GRAND JURY WITH SOME EXCEPTIONS AND THE TESTIMONY OF THE WITNESSES CALLED TO THE GRAND JURY WILL BE RELEASED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS STATEMENT.”

    (http://www.c-span.org/video/?322925-1/ferguson-missouri-grand-jury-decision-announcement)

    Note the “with some exceptions”. Why plural? Perhaps there are other missing pieces of evidence or testimony?

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    • Justice_099 says:

      Like the video of the entire incident that keeps getting mentioned by several witnesses? Or the evidence of the memorial being burned down by them that witnesses mentioned throughout and investigators seemed interested in?

      My “guess” (or hope?) is that investigations are on-going into the agitators behind all of this and they are holding that evidence because it is part of ongoing investigations.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        As we have noted several times, Shahid, the New Black panthers, and other groups were involved in direct conspiracy here. Gangs were involved. Witness intimidation. Manipulation of evidence. The whole shebang.

        If the FBI and local authorities are smart, they will blow all that wide open.

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      • Justice_099 says:

        The flip-side, of course, is that they don’t want certain elements of this to be exposed to sunlight.

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    • sundance says:

      Think about it, if you’re going to only let one DJ version reach sunlight, then you’ve got to filter out any other witness statements which would outline a differing version.

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  20. TheLastDemocrat says:

    DJ does have GJ testimony released, from Sept 10. How does that fit in?

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    • John Galt says:

      On Sept 10 the assistant DA: (1) played recordings of Dorian’s media statements to the GJ; (2) played a recording of DJ’s 2 hour+ LEO interview to the GJ; (3) gave the GJ copies of the transcript of the LEO interview for note taking purposes; and then (4) Dorian testified in person in a manner generally similar to his media statements.

      During his GJ testimony, nobody asked Dorian about obvious issues such as: why his story conflicted radically with forensic and crime scene evidence, why it took from 7 AM until noon to get to the store to buy breakfast for his wife and child, his weed sales activities, how his bracelets came to be on the ground on opposite sides of Wilson’s SUV, what happened to the stolen cigarillos or why other witnesses said Dorian jumped into a white car immediately after the first shot was fired.

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      • lurking2014 says:

        Michael Brady’s FBI testimony is missing as well, as is his cellphone video. He commented on his video “He just got shot! He ran up on the cop and was punching on him!” He also explained to the detectives that interviewed him that he thought he had footage of Dorian Johnson leaving in that Monte Carlo.

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  21. jakeandcrew says:

    Have they also held back the passenger in the white Monte Carlo’s interview with police and FBI? It took place on 8/22 – never could find it. Pretty important testimony since he says of the star witness in his grand jury testimony on 9/25, “He was in a position to see everything.”

    Crucial statement from a witness who has lied about other things in this same testimony, who spoke to the NAACP before speaking to any law enforcement officer, and whose critical answer, “He was in a position to see everything,” based on all of his other language usage, seems curiously coached.

    How convenient for the DOJ to be conducting an ongoing investigation. I’m so tired of this excuse! They use it ad nauseam to withhold information, to stonewall genuine journalists who are seeking the truth, and they use it, in selected cases, as an excuse to remain silent on certain issues, but speak out inappropriately whenever it suits their ends to inflame and incite those who believe the lie that we’re all out to get them.

    Obama and Holder are tearing this country apart – based on a lie. “Hands up, don’t shoot” is a flat out lie just like all the others. Lies are darkness. Truth is light. Darkness is just the absence of light. This battle can be won by spreading the truth – so thankful for people like those here who do just that.

    (Posted this earlier this morning on a different thread, re- posting since the article has its own thread)

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    • sundance says:

      Both passenger and THE “DRIVER” of the White Monte Carlo’s initial statement is totally missing. Only shows her testimony to Grand Jury.

      Again, think about it. If you’re only going to allow one Dorian Johnson version to reach sunlight, then you need to filter out any other statements that dramatically conflict the version you are selling. (or allowing to be sold)

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      • jakeandcrew says:

        Actually, I think Witness #32 is the driver – she gave a statement to a St. Louis police dept. officer on the day of the shooting, at 6:40 pm.

        http://graphics8.nytimes.com/newsgraphics/2014/11/24/ferguson-evidence/assets/interviews/interview-witness-32.pdf

        Although it lines up in many ways with her later testimony – there are glaring differences. She doesn’t mention her passenger, she doesn’t mention any blacking out, nothing about opening any doors, and she says nothing about Brown’s hands being up when he turned (which she is specific about in this initial statement – she could see Brown’s face and the officer’s back in her rearview mirror before the final shots.) She later added the part about his hands being up – and many other things.

        Driver makes a statement to St. Louis police on August 9th, 6:40 pm.

        Passenger makes a statement to St. Louis police and federal investigators on August 22nd (not released). He also testifies that he made a statement to the NAACP sometime before this.

        Passenger testifies before grand jury on September 25th, is asked about the driver, because they’ve been trying to get hold of her, and she hasn’t answered her phone. He says they talk every day, he just talked to her the day before. The prosecutor asks him to relay to her that they’d really like to talk to her.

        Driver makes a statement to the federal investigators on October 1st, I think. The transcript of that interview is included in volume 12 of her grand jury testimony, beginning on page 69. The date given of that interview is October 13th which has to be a typo, because she is testifying before the grand jury on October 13th! In the transcript of the interview, they say it’s been 7 and a half weeks since her last statement, on August 9th, so the interview with the feds must have been around October 1st.

        Driver testifies to grand jury on October 13th. (Grand Jury, vol. 12, page 102)

        http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/1370501-grand-jury-volume-12.html

        Interestingly, although the passenger testifies that he and the driver are pretty good friends, he’s known her for about a year, they talk everyday, etc… when she is asked about him, she says she doesn’t know his last name (page 75). There are so many other inconsistencies between these two…it’s hard to keep track of all the lies.

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      • Oh-My says:

        The transcript from the Sergent’s August 19 interview at District Court (labeled as a deposition #18 is also missing. It was also “not available” on the day of his GJ testimony, a month later, on Sept 16.

        Pages 9 & 10We Don’t Have A Transcript

        Right before then, she went into an interesting monologue about mis-numbering things

        Page 126 The Saint Louis County Investigative Report includes a copy of a transcript, so why didn’t the GJ have one, and why wasn’t it released?

        Okay, I’m out, now.

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    • Crystal says:

      I’d like to know which of Bari’s fiction writers came up with “Hands up, don’t shoot”.

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  22. Oh-My says:

    I’m too tired right now, gotta sleep, but can somebody fix this?

    http://www.snopes.com/politics/crime/deandrejoshua.asp

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  23. jason says:

    Wonder how quick this will be forgotten or never aired. Interesting that the 40? other witnesses who made statements that weren’t released was done so at the direction of the Feds as well. So not only allow the mob to grow, but actively participate in covering what they can to muddy the waters after the truth comes out.

    And then our dear leaders, who continue on this witch hunt wrt our officers based on all these lies. I suppose since the document are all part of an ‘active’ investigation they are not subject to Sunshine requests? Has to be a way to bring light to this/these farce(s)

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  24. Chip Bennett says:

    So, the funny part was, I’m assuming, the part about a civil suit? That basically, a civil suit isn’t going to happen, because Tweedle-Dee’s FBI testimony will come out in discovery?

    It must really suck to be Parks and Crump.

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  25. beaujest says:

    Is FBI director Comey another roll over for Obama ??

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    • Anton says:

      Yes….see Lochkeed and his boss that resigned within hours of Petraeus..Comey knew Obama was supplying illegal Stinger missiles to our enemies-because he was Lochkeeeds attorney–which is why he is now head of the FBI–complicit and corrupt

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      • Crystal says:

        Did any of these illegal stinger missiles take down those 18 reportedly doomed US military aircraft in Afghanistan, killing all, including those SEALS and Special Forces who were part of Extortion 17? Prior to the “liberation” of Libya, none of our craft were shot down.

        NEVER LET A CRISIS GO TO WASTE…therefore, create crisis after crisis to impose your desired solution. When will people wake up?

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  26. BobNoxious says:

    What is most amazing about this is that the press seems to not be interested in following up on if, when & why DJ is in WITSEC and the numerous accounts of witness intimidation that occurred by residents of Northwinds and Canfield Drive.

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  27. my66 says:

    …and someone needs to answer for the death of Dorian’s “brother,” who appears to have been sacrificed. His slaughter is on the hands of some specific INDIVIDUALS & not those of society.

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    • west1890 says:

      I haven’t seen any follow up stories on any “investigation” into DeAndre Joshua’s murder….absolutely nothing. I’m convinced the slaying of DeAndre Joshua was meant as warning to Dorian Johnson of the fate that awaits him when the perpetrator(s) find him.

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  28. Stinky-Inky says:

    Impeachment Insurance. By August, POTUS knew the November election would be landslide for the GOP, keeping the majority in the House and gaining the majority in the Senate. There was talk about “the I word” before the election, though politically for 2016 it might have been ill-advised. But patriots were asking even though impeachment might be political suicide, can the country survive another 2 years of Obama? From August through November, they got protesters organized in every major city. They allowed the fuse to be lit in unprotected Ferguson on that Monday night they announced the non-indictment. Notice the chatter about impeachment has gone silent.

    Why announce it at night? Why no National Guard protection as promised? Remember Ferguson Police Chief Jackson said he heard NG orders changed Nov. 5 or 6–read between the lines. He’s telling us something about who changed the orders and why. They wanted Ferguson to burn as a lesson in power. They’ll keep the federal Civil Right investigation going for as long as they can. If the GOP tries a move to limit O’s power, they’ll announce some tidbit of info that sounds like they are close to a federal charge. The threat of “burn, baby, burn” will always be the subtext. Meanwhile, Obama further destroys the country with more illegal executive orders.

    Michael Brown, Brown’s family, Ferguson, Nixon, Slay, McCulloch: all just pawns on a chessboard.

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    • Justice_099 says:

      It would be cowardice to avoid doing what is right for this country just because of the threat of riots by a bunch of terrorists.

      I say ‘Bring it on.’

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      • Stinky-Inky says:

        Agreed. But unless the public connects the dots, it will be some local or state politician, and the GOP as a whole, that gets blamed for the destruction, not O. Look at the heat Nixon is taking. He was following Valerie Jarrett’s orders. If MO legislature investigates, that might come out. But I’m not holding my breath.

        Even before Ferguson, impeaching O would have been considered politically insanity by most of the party if you want a GOP POTUS 2016. That’s the question for the GOP leaders in the House and Senate: Now that you have majorities in both bodies, do you have the power (and the guts) to legislatively keep him in check, thereby minimizing the damage, so a sane person can run against his record in 2016 and get elected? Otherwise, you risk losing in 2016 and enduring at least 4 more years of insanity.

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        • Justice_099 says:

          I’m curious. Why do you think it would be political suicide to impeach Obama? That just sounds like a GOP establishment talking point to me. Obama’s approval ratings are extremely low. The American people are NOT happy with his performance at all, even with those not fully informed on the scandals.

          I really don’t get it. Seems like more of an excuse from the go-along-to-get-along faux conservative GOP.

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          • StormyeyesC says:

            I couldn’t agree more. Sometimes, doing the right thing matters more than doing the politically right thing. I also agree that most people would be happy to see him GONE.

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            • Justice_099 says:

              And given the media’s penchant for manipulating statistics to portray their agenda, I have a strong suspicion that O’s approval ratings are far lower than advertised.

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              • StormyeyesC says:

                Karl Rove, Boehner, McConnell, Graham (omg, he is the worst), and others miscalculate how many Patriots would thank gutsy politicians with their votes in 2016 for taking Obama down by any means.

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                • Ronan says:

                  Impeachment wouldn’t do a thing to Obama. He would still remain president , with the same ability to issue Executive Orders and pardons .
                  It would still be business as usual for Obama.
                  BTW , I believe that Obama’s individual and blanket pardons on his way out the Oval Office door
                  will make his immigration EO look benign by comparison. My friendly wager in the office pool is on Obama pardoning Mumia Abu-Jamal.
                  Even after January 3 with their new majority,
                  Republicans will be 12 votes shy of having the required 66 Senate votes to remove Obama from office .
                  Other than possibly Joe Manchin of WV, I can’t think of a single Democrat Senator who would vote to convict and remove.
                  Also, there would have to be a solid case that his EO was a provable
                  High Crime and Misdemeanor , like Clinton’s perjury .
                  Speaking of which-Wouldn’t the prosecutors knowingly
                  permitting Dorian to falsely testify before the Grand Jury
                  be a crime in itself ? Suborning perjury ?

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          • Stinky-Inky says:

            It’s very risky. The best chance for the GOP in 2016 is to have uninvolved or apathetic minority voters and independents blaming the Dems. If impeachment is over a blatant, and I mean absolutely blatant misuse of power, then maybe. If impeachment is over a nuanced piece of the law or a part of the Constitution that cannot be explained in a 10 second sound bite, then no. I don’t see an upside. Look at how the media and the agitators treated the grand jury process and paid so little regard to the facts in the Brown case. Imagine that writ large.

            Obviously it would get ugly. O has the media on his side, even more so that Clinton. Bad stuff, true or not, would come out on any GOP candidate with a chance of getting the nomination. It will anyway, but it would start earlier and take all the shine off him. I think the protest organizers they put in place around the country, would stir up the no justice no peace among blacks, another example of whitey trying to keep the black man down. Cities would burn, again. Hell, they are already burning. GOP would get blamed for it all. All of it, right or wrong, would get pinned on the back of the GOP candidate. Right now the blame is floating around and hasn’t really settled. Start impeachment and it will land on the GOP. Which is why you see Rand Paul talking about drug sentencing among minorities during Ferguson.

            Because the Presidential primary lasts so long and would start in the middle of any impeachment process, any potential candidate would have to pick sides. If he says impeachment is wrong, he loses in the primaries. If he says impeachment is right, he risks losing the general election. Dems just have to put a black on the ticket or in front of the cameras all the time and frame the election as white vs black. This year, GOP won in large part because minority voters stayed away for the midterms out of apathy and anger at their own party. They run the cities, and with an electoral college and lots of vote fraud, the big cities can determine which way the state goes. The GOP could easily lose PA, OH and FL again. And the GOP would need one or all of those states to win the presidency.

            Right now, O and the Dems own the sorry state of the healthcare, economy, education, foreign policy, etc. That needs to stay top of mind among voters. The GOP needs to do everything they can to stop O, while keeping his name owning all the bad stuff. They do not need to make him a victim.

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            • Justice_099 says:

              You don’t think Obama’s criminal actions have been “blatant”?

              blink blink

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              • Stinky-Inky says:

                Like I said, it needs to be obvious to the drive by media, not treepers.

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                • Justice_099 says:

                  The liberal media’s entire job is to convince you that the majority support Obama. That will never change. They will die doing it.

                  But, I think it is obvious to the people that actually go out and vote. Whether or not those that don’t vote and don’t pay attention to politics find it obvious or not, makes no difference.

                  There are FAR more people in favor of an impeachment than the media would have you believe, Stinky. Don’t let the media discourage you, that’s their goal.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          We are a Banana Republic but have no Bananas.

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    • Anton says:

      Nice summation of what is happening…

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  29. Tkim says:

    Is it too late to blame the interview snafu on Rosemary Woods?

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    • lepanto says:

      If I had a friend like Miss Rosemary Woods,
      How simple my life would be
      I’d just give all my problems to Rosemary Woods
      and she would erase them for me

      Each time I was wrong or each time that I lied,
      Or somebody made me scared
      I would simply report them to Rosemary Woods,
      and she would make them disappear

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  30. Bildung says:

    I feel like I’m watching The Wire every time I read about this.

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  31. kc10lvr says:

    I don’t know where to mention this so thought I’d just make note here. Anyone catch ‘ol Crump is rep-ing the Cleveland family? Video evidence and an unstable cop probably ensure him some kind of payout. Mom is cleaned up. Touts the virtues of her baby. Sounds familiar. Not saying the boy wasn’t a good kid; haven’t looked into it. Just caught me he has, perhaps, jumped off the Brown ship, now riddled with holes.

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/mother-cleveland-boy-shot-police-shes-convictions/story?id=27440827

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    • jason says:

      I’ve already seen a fundraiser being promoted for Tamir’s family. I’d venture a guess if someone looked into it that you’d find ties to Crump just like were found with Mike Brown’s fundraisers.

      I still have yet to hear what’s happened with the donated funds and just based on a gut feel (and Momma Gentle Giant beating her ‘in-laws’ over $2,000 worth of merch) that Crump is still in possession of all donated funds and totaling up his cut… errr, expenses before he finally releases said funds to the ‘family’.

      IMO it’s the new way to get some go-away money in case the sham is exposed too early in the process.
      Edit looks like this is the ‘official’ fundraiser link(s)
      http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/help-the-family-of-tamir-rice/273407

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  32. coeurdaleneman says:

    While reading through the transcripts it was fairly obvious that the GJ knew early on what happened.

    This thing dragged on because everyone involved was worried about appearances … including the GJ. That was the reason for their whole exercise with Baden.

    There is no reason at this point in time that transcript readers should still have to guess about the locations of Piglet, DJ, and Tiffany. The GJ should have seen technical data stating here, here and here, and we should be privy too. It is intentional vagueness about something that should be slam dunk by now. Just to protect their “process” that was a sham throughout.

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    • joanfoster says:

      I think you have probably described exactly what happened in the GJ proceeding in the Eric Garner case except none of that testimony or autopsy report will ever see the light of day.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      Kind of difficult to place them “here, here, and here”, since they modifird their accounts so many times in Media interviews.

      Really does not matter exactly where they were because none of the 3 witnessed the entire event from start to finish. That is quite obvious from what we already know.

      That fact is one of the main reasons that other, nore credible witnesses, were in sync with Wilsons’ version, and were at odds with these 3. And the GJ was well aware of that by just hearing them speak.

      Yes, there was some “protection” of the process, but, that is to be expected considering the overall scenario and the BGI involvement.

      We are not going to see or hear the entire testimonies of these 3 without a civil suit from McSpadden, and the chance of that is slim to none.

      A civil suit opens her to a countersuit, and that has financial reprecussions. Crump & Co. are not naive enough to “front” the $$ to proceed with a civil suit filing as their objective is to collect not expend $$$.

      They all had their moment of fame & they all should just move on….It’s a dead horse & beating it now is not even worth the glue value.

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  33. doodahdaze says:

    As predicted here w/o even any investigation needed. We know what they will do before they do it.
    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/394165/department-social-justice-ryan-lovelace

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  34. watchert says:

    I think Dorian was a snitch before all this happened. He was working for St Louis county drug unit or ATF. It would not be difficult to turn him. He is up to his head in this. The lies are being thrown out , but the real story hidden. The one thing I can’t figure out is why the NAACP is protecting him. I have a question? I thought that DARIEN went to Colorado to pick up pot before the Ferguson shooting, but all of that seems to be scrubbed.

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    • John Galt says:

      “I thought that DARIEN went to Colorado to pick up pot before the Ferguson shooting, but all of that seems to be scrubbed.”

      Interstate transport of weed for resale — provides the feds with substantial leverage, no? Regs provide that all legal weed sales outlets in Colorado have good security camera coverage — in the event they needed something more that Dorian’s social media posts.

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  35. StormyeyesC says:

    Dorian mentioned going out of state for pot on his FB if I recall. I think the NAACP protected him as he was considered the best evidence against Wilson by them, as he maintained that he was a direct eyewitness to everything, (which we know is not true).

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    • John Galt says:

      The feds knew very early on that there was no case against Wilson, but arranged for Dorian’s continuing starring role in the “get out the black vote” Kabuki theater.

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  36. dsb steve says:

    I would like to see the republican congress pass a law that makes it a criminal offense for a federal government official to knowingly lie to the American people.

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    • yankeeintx says:

      Define “lie”. Obama flat out lied that “you can keep your plan, period”, but to listen to the media it was: a miscommunication, a misunderstanding, misinformation, less than truthful, a deception. They called it everything but what it was, a lie. It’s like the word “lie” was stricken from their vocabulary.

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  37. jkcinsalem says:

    Dorian is going to need a good tattoo removal technician for his make-over.

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  38. kinthenorthwest says:

    Just out of Curiosity do we know for sure that he even testified.

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  39. coeurdaleneman says:

    One thing to keep in mind about the FBI: it’s not only corruption by the brass and their political bosses that keeps us in the dark. No, the rank and file is complicit, too. Where is the whistleblower?

    Local cops should think twice about cooperating with any kind of federal employee. In fact, they should be leading the charge in defiance.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      possibly. here is how it works.

      first, you have the golden hand-cuffs: serve your time and get a decent retirement.
      next:
      you break up effectiveness and allegiance moving the great guys to ineffective but seemingly important positions;
      for those who are compromised, you hint that they are liable for blackmail – this can be done merely by conveying this idea for one person and let others get the message;
      hire a bunch of newer people;
      shift some of the job to other agencies, and instead offer make-work/busy-work: various types of field training, new dimensions of the job like internet crime, etc.

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      Even before recent events, my late husband was a chief deputy of a Texas sheriff’s department. The sheriff and his deputies are the highest LE authority in the county. Any time the feds came to town, my husband always let them know he and the sheriff were in charge.

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  40. Dixie Darling says:

    There is one other way the missing witness statements could become available, McCormick said: If Brown’s family requests them as a part of a civil lawsuit against Wilson or the Ferguson Police Department and subsequently shares them with the public.

    It’s almost as though McCormick was taunting the Brown family to bring a civil lawsuit. How do you think they are going to be able to keep this from happening??? Could that be one of the reasons the DOJ is keeping their investigation open……so none of the missing witness statements can be released.

    I did not read every single word on this thread…..yet…..and I apologize if someone has already mentioned this above.

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    • John Galt says:

      The feds have other leverage over Ferguson and Missouri. Note the summary denial w/o comment or legal justification of the petition to unseal Big Mike’s juvenile records. I predict that Crump gets paid with very little fanfare or resistance.

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  43. Oh-My says:

    I thought I wrote this already, but also missing:

    Page 161 One Of The Fabricated Dispatch Transcripts Track 362somebody doing a plate check on a red Pontiac. (To aid in writing a fake ticket?)

    Actual Radio Transcript Track 362 Doesn’t Have Plate Check>

    Page 151 The Smoking Gun Parking Ticket

    Camera 11>shows the vehicle that was ticketed driving onto Canfield at time of incident. “But officer, I couldn’t have been there that early, I was getting a parking ticket at Buzz Westfall Plaza” and thinks quietly to himself “and made sure the owner of Reds BBQ didn’t give up his video, or changed the timestamps on the Camera 11 video so they were 17 minutes off”. Somebody inside changed the dispatch transcripts to match the time I drove In.

    Page 165 Specifically, on the CD provided by the Ferguson Police Department, audio track 336 with an associated time of 12:26:52, documented the Ferguson Police Department’s request for assistance with crowd control.

    Is the owner of Reds B-B-Q the same one involved in the hit and run a few years back? Was he on probation or parole? Could he be

    Page 147 Detectives Get Copy of potentially “problematic” call from a dispatcher working on a Saturday two weeks later regarding a telephone tip that came in via Position T3 on August 23, 2014 between approximately 4:41 pm. and 4:45 pm There are, notably, three audio files associated with a call that should only have 2, tops. Right before this, Detectives were analyzing dispatch transcripts and caught The Smoking Gun

    149 The Sergeant who testified that POW didn’t know about the Stealing In Progress hands a detective a package with transcripts from 911 and radio traffic. The transcripts showing Wilson did know about the stealing are missing, as are the transcripts for tracks 396 and 517

    Detectives Get A True Copy of Missing Track 396 and 517. 396 has been released”>

    “Frank-24 are you secure? She’s calling.

    Missing Track 517 has not been released yet.

    Nor have any of the dispatch tracks beyond the second SICK CALL that occurred right after The Shooting Part of The Incident.

    Panic attack on Clanfield.

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  44. jason says:

    so Renewsit has story linking Shaun King to the fundraiser campaign. Says the family did NOT authorize it, despite the fact that Crump says the fundraiser is legit and funds will go ‘directly’ to the Rice family
    http://www.re-newsit.com/2014/12/shaun-king-and-tamir-rice-fundraiser.html

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