BREAKING – Saint Louis Prosecutor Releases 73 Page August FBI/County Police Interview With Dorian Johnson (pdf attached)

Dorian johnson giving statementOn Wednesday August 13th 2014 the FBI and local investigators sat down with Dorian Johnson in the office of his attorney, Freeman Bosley Jr. This was five days after the shooting death of his cohort, and strong arm robbery suspect, Michael Brown.

Wednesday August 13th was the day after Police Officer Darren Wilson had also given recorded statements to the investigators.

Prior to today the Federal Department of Justice had refused to release the official record and transcript of that interview with Dorian Johnson. Speculation has grown as to what the motives of the FBI would be to keep it hidden.

Apparently the FBI changed position and allowed Saint Louis Prosecutor to release the information.   Today the transcript was released.

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182 Responses to BREAKING – Saint Louis Prosecutor Releases 73 Page August FBI/County Police Interview With Dorian Johnson (pdf attached)

  1. sundance says:

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    • Mary says:

      Everyone in this interview sounds exceptionally illiterate and totally uneducated. Were I a member of the grand jury and had to read this idiocy, I’d call for an investigation of everyone associated with this “interview” and I’d demand an IQ test in that no one sounds like he has an IQ above 20-35. I maintain they are all either mentally challenged OR they hired an illiterate transcriber to type up this tripe.

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  2. hoosiergranny says:

    The timing of this seems very suspicious given the announcement of the 2nd “grand jury” that is planned. I dread to think where this may lead. I need to reinforce my tin foil hat.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Evenmthe FBI s comromised now.

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      • Rachelle says:

        I think the FBI has been compromised one way or another for a long time. They had field agents warning that the 911 hijackers were taking flying lessons and acting strangely. The field agents were overruled when they asked to check further. Other warnings were ignored as well. I imagine they had some of the many reports about Maj. Hassan and nothing was done. Russia warned the US about the Boston bombers before they murdered people. Nothing was done. I have no confidence in their ability to do anything in Ferguson without being blinded by political correctness. Besides, they are busy investigating True the Vote and Tea Party groups.

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  3. doodahdaze says:

    It depends.Al Capone, Bonnie and Clyde and John Dillinger wer also folk hero. Of the state,

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  4. John Galt says:

    Quickly skimmed.

    Dorian apparently dumped his cell phone prior to the interview, alleges no cell phone. How very convenient.

    Dorian said he took the stolen cigarillos back to his apartment – page 41-42

    IMHO – this definitely makes Dorian an accomplice. Also doesn’t look good to the local gang bangers. It hits the fan and Dorian splits with the loot.

    Didn’t see anything about the bracelets.

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    • John Galt says:

      Also DJ says Big Mike was living with a fat guy with dreadlocks. Is this the red shirt guy in the photo with Dorian shortly after the shooting?

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      • commonsense says:

        Definitely Viron Ganaway (Luh Vee)…guy in the red hoodie and shorts that Dorian was talking too. Dorian would know him because he is part of the Acme Ave squad (Crips). Dorian’s little brother Angelo was friends with Luh Vee and all the kids in that “squad”. Luh Vee’s cousin is Kay Loc, who seems to have some clout in the “squad”. Both Luh Vee and Kay Loc (K Loc) can be found rapping with Big Mike on his Sound Cloud page.

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    • Daniel says:

      That kind of offers an explanation of ‘government employment.’ They get speciall protection… well, people who do things to government employees get special prosecution — federal prosecution — so anyone who does anything to him skips by local and state and goes directly to federal.

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  5. Lee Jan says:

    Holder will do all in his power to rehabilitate this lying thug.

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  6. czarowniczy says:

    Geez, just what I wanted under my Advent door!!!!! Can’t wait to open more and see if we get an excuse for the delay too. The Feds under Obama couldn’t get a dog to a fire plug after a beer party – the fear of the truth and how truth riles up those social vampires who can’t stand the light of the truth has been the hallmark of this ‘investigation’ since Day One.
    If the black crime rate is such an embarrassment to the black community and its supporters why keep us this charade of trying to redefine the 800-pound gorilla, just put some pants on him and invite him to the table. Hey! Obama and company WE ALL SEE HIM!

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    • John Galt says:

      Racist law enforcement: won’t prosecute certain criminals for arson, rioting, looting, strong arm robbery, illegal concealed gun posession and felony murder because they are black. Law abiding people of all races should flee to a non-racist jurisdiction.

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      • jhn1 says:

        You can’t escape ’em. HUD will use your tax dollars and HUD priorities to move the gangbangers to previously safe “inadequately desegregated” neighborhoods (and a Federal Judge’s opinion that the kids of gang members deserve the small chance of a better life no matter how many previously healthy communities those relocations destroy).

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      • czarowniczy says:

        They can’t prosecute every case as it would show the social engineers have failed in their attempts to show that all THEY want is to be just like US. Some do, a lot don’t. We’ve gone through decades of mainstream society taking the blame for the failings of so much of the black community joining the mainstream and/or self-policing. The thought that giving away jobs to people who didn’t earn and in many cases couldn’t adequately perform in them has become acceptable doctrine instead of a temporary bridge.The fantasy of blaming the majority for the failures of the minority, excoriating successful minorities for being sellouts, Uncle Toms, Tio Tacos, looking the other way on so many minority crimes while embracing thug-lite culture – surprise, look where we are.

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      • Jails are already full of them. They remain prisoners in their stinking neighborhoods that they deface and burn down. Their lives are on parole.

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  7. A lot of what he said seemed to be over compensating. Like every bad thing we saw then do he explained as “we did not just forcefully take the rillos” or “mike was angry but not to fight”

    Weird things like that. Very weird.

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    • chick20112011 says:

      He had time to prep. His story was already out there. Looting and the NAACP was “protecting” Dorian. His story is too detailed in parts. If he was hiding, running, he couldn’t have seen everything and he was filling in the loose parts. I still don’t believe a police officer that wants to stay alive or working would/could grab a suspect and lose the tactical advantage of trying to grapple with a big dude in the front seat of a vehicle.

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      • chick20112011 says:

        Big Mike was also talking to the officer and swearing while they were “tug-of-war” in the car. In DJ Grand Jury testimony, Mike wasn’t saying “anything”.

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    • BertDilbert says:

      He did not forcibly take the rillos, Mike just took them off the shelf and started walking out the door. At that point Mike was already in possession of the rillos and the storekeeper was at fault for getting the way of the exit. You have to look at this from the thug angle that they were not really stealing and the storekeeper was in the wrong since he was not in possession of the rillos.

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      • jello333 says:

        Ha, yeah! Never thought of that… possession is 9/10th of the law, after all. GG Mike should have just said, “Pardon me sir, but you’ll notice I’m holding these fine smokes. Unless you can show me a title of ownership that lists you as the rightful owner, these are MY property. If you disagree, you’re free to contact my attorney. Excuse me, but I must be on my way now. Adieu.”

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        • BertDilbert says:

          Liars twist perceptions around so that from their angle it is not a lie. A half truth is a truth. “Depends how you look at it” comes into play.

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      • BitterC says:

        Plus, the clerk barely swatted at Mike’s hand during the 2nd grab. Like you would swat a baby. DJ thought he was getting punked, that is was not really theft.

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  8. Mimbler says:

    I read the whole thing, and I don’t see why perjury charges aren’t filed. Too many lies that don’t match physical evidence. i.e. “shot in the back, shooting for 45 seconds to 2 minutes, watched pain in face when shot, MB didn’t advance more than one yard, etc.”
    Mike

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    • He also didn’t see the rest of the shooting. He only heard a volley of shots and when he looked Mike was down on the ground, Pathetic eyewitness. Of course the BGI-GJ will take it as gospel from Ferguson’s biggest liar and “teen” father (22?) x 4. LOL

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    • John Galt says:

      DJ could have said that Wilson teleported to the scene from the Starship Enterprise and shot Big Mike with a phaser and they wouldn’t prosecute him for perjury.

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  9. chick20112011 says:

    I wonder why 22 year-old Dorian keeps referring to himself as a “teen” and he and Big Mike as “young teens”?

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  10. I had to pause reading it just to point out that Dorian actually starts off his story claiming they left to the store to buy cigarillos at 7 a.m., which means they spent 5 hours getting to and from the store?!?!

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  11. Gary says:

    On page 16, Dorian says that as Big Mike passed him, the officer had gotten out of his car and by the time Brown had passed the second vehicle, the officer was out and chasing him. That’s enough of a pause at the vehicle to call shots fired over the radio and begin the chase, and it aligns with what Wilson said regarding where Brown was when Wilson got to chasing him. Wilson says he maintained the two car lengths during the foot chase.

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    • Gary says:

      However, he also says that Wilson fired at Big Mike’s back at this point, which hit him and made Big Mike turn around. This isn’t possible. Big Mike died roughly, 120 feet away from the vehicles parked behind Wilson’s SUV. If there was a length of just 2 cars between Wilson and Brown and Brown had passed a third car when the shots were fired, Brown would have had to travel another 120 feet or so before turning around.

      This is also, the same spot that Mike Brady describes the first shots taking place, although Brady doesn’t describe a third car.

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      • DJ admitted screwing up on saying MB was shot in the back at this time. He didn’t see any blood or a hole or anything so the interviewer let him get away with something like “aw nevermind”. This creep really didn’t see much of anything. he was laying flat in a car out of the way of Brown and Wilson’s path probably pooping his pants.

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    • i guess we gotta have a super sleuth compare his FBI testimony to the one he gave to the GJ. You have to extrapolate everything he says to separate fact from fiction. I hope the BGI-BGJ has fun twisting themselves into knots over this.

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  12. He talks about how he is out at like 7 am and sees big mike. Is he saying he saw him then even though their store trip was hours later? Am i imagining that? As if hours disappear. Also wasn’t dorian supposed to get food for one of his daughters and that is why he went out at 7 am or so?

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  13. Part of me wants to believe this is payback for the Dems releasing their “torture report”. If the Dem BGI machine in the WH and Senate is going to throw LE under the international tour bus, the betrayed feds have no obligation to keep the BGI from going under its own protest bus wheels.

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  14. Stormy says:

    This should have the standard, “Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead is purely coincidental,” disclaimer written on it..

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  15. carterzest says:

    P 28
    D JOHNSON: Yes, like I said, Mike and the officer a, they did have words. I could hear Big Mike’s words. He was using profanity. His tone was aggressive but he never once made a threat to the officer. He never once tried to pull the officer out of the vehicle like the officer’s tryin’ to pull him inside the vehicle. He never once reached for the officer’s weapon. I saw vividly that the officer had his weapon drawn on us.

    So, swearing and tussling with the officer and having an aggressive tone does not equal a threat?

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    • John Galt says:

      Shoving the store clerk out of the way wasn’t aggressive either.

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      • kathyca says:

        Neither is walking slowly away from your crime scene, apparently. It seems Dorian thinks that, so long as you’re not acting guilty, you’re not. lol It also seems that he’s fallen for the unarmed black teen meme, even though they start the interview by confirming that he’s 22. I just can’t take any of this seriously.

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    • my66 says:

      “I love you, you [expletive] wonderful & brave protectorate of this [expletive]-[expletive] community. I just wanna thank you personally & give you some [expletive]-[expletive] love fuzz… Just let me give you some [expletive]-[expletive] love!”

      It is, truly, a tragicomedy; seeing it in such light may be the only way for someone watching all this nonsense to maintain some semblance of sanity while still grasping for reality or, at least, some approximation of truth.

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  16. mikayla825 says:

    All of this was just the interview with the FBI? Not Dorian’s Grand Jury testimony? I’m having a bad week, but we haven’t seen his GJ testimony yet right?

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  17. jello333 says:

    Notice what question they chose to end the interview on. Of all things, they chose one that can be PROVEN, thanks to the store video. They asked Dorian to clarify that after “Big Mike” grabbed and shoved the store clerk, they then just walked straight out the door, “never looked back.” Seems like such an unimportant detail, right? Nope. It was their way of having a verifiable, proven LIE on record. To me, Mike grabbing the little store clerk and shoving him may not even have been the worst that he did. Because AFTER that, when the clerk made a move toward him, Mike turned and took a couple of steps toward the guy, as if to say, “You want to DIE?”, whereupon the clerk cringed like a little puppy and backed away.

    So THAT is what the detective was getting at with his last question to Dorian. He wanted to see if Dorian would admit THAT, which was far more than just “moving him lightly out of the way.” And by getting Dorian on the record about that, AND DOING SO RIGHT AT THE END OF THE INTERVIEW, to me amounts to them saying, as they sign off… “We don’t believe a word this little freak just told us, and here’s why.”

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  18. commonsense says:

    1) I’m now 100% positive that Big Mikes roommate was Viron Ganaway (Luh Vee). He also rapped with Luh Vee and Luh Vee’s cousin Kay Loc. Kay Loc is part of the Acme Ave squad and all connected to Dorian through Dorians’ deceased little brother Lolo (D’Angelo…died in 2012 in a car accident). Acme Ave squad are Crips. Deandre Joshua (Dre Loc) and his twin brother D’Ante (Yung Dang Gang) were/are part of that squad as well.

    2) Dorian in his GJ testimony made it a point to say after the shooting he went back to his apartment to change his clothes before going back outside because he didn’t want to be recognized by the officer. We all knew that he didn’t changed based on news footage. In the FBI interview he says he didn’t change until way later in the day.

    3) Dorian in his GJ testimony says he never went into Big Mike’s roommates apartment and makes a point to drive this home. But in the FBI interview, he says without hesitating that he went up to the apartment and saw/spoke with the roommate

    4) In the GJ testimony, Dorian doesn’t go into any specifics on the conversation with the landscapers/construction workers. He says Mike did all the talking and he just hung back. In the FBI interview, he goes into deal about the conversation. And now we know where “WAX” originated from. But when the GJ asked Dorian about wax, he says he doesn’t know what it is. But in the FBI interview, he sure knows about it.

    5) in the GJ testimony of the landscaper (Volume 12), the landscaper says he asked Big Mike and Dorian if they knew what “wax” was and they both said no and kept walking. But in the FBI interview, Dorian says he knows what wax and is and had learned about it on a recent trip to Denver (on his Facebook page in June he posts from Denver…obviously smoking lots of weed).

    I don’t think this is the entire interview with the FBI ,or he had a follow-up. It really ends abruptly…I call BS. Something is going on, why else would items he freely speaks with the FBI about (going to the roommates apartment, not changing clothes, not talking to the landscapers, not knowing what “wax” is, etc)…why would this change so drastically?

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    • commonsense says:

      To clarify my post above:

      Dorian tells the FBI he….
      1) went into Mike’s roommates apartment that morning and spoke with the roommate prior to going to Ferguson Market
      2) did not change clothes after the shooting when he went back to the apartment for 5 minutes to throw up
      3) spoke with the landscapers/construction workers, and they talked about “wax” and Dorian says he was familiar with “wax” and what it was

      Dorian tells the GJ:
      1) he never went upstairs to Mike’s roommates apartment and stood at the bottom of the stairs..only Mike went upstairs. He says he never spoke with Mike’s roommate that morning.
      2) he went back to his apartment to change clothes so when he went back outside the officer wouldn’t recognize him
      3) he never spoke with the landscapers, but hung back while Mike was having a conversation and didn’t really hear what they talked about. When the GJ asked him if drugs/marijuana were mentioned during the conversation with construction workers, he said he thought he heard something about that, but not really sure. The landscaper in his GJ testimony (Volume 12) says he asked the guys if they every tried wax, but they both said they didn’t know what that was and walked away.

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      • Tempest says:

        All of the tissue disposed of by Parcels after the second autopsy was tissue that would have shown evidence of wax being used.

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        • lurking2014 says:

          Fascinating, if true. What’s the basis for that assertion?

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          • Parcels wouldn’t have had much to throw away.He did an illegitimate 2nd autopsy that Biden signed off on and spent the next several weeks babbling incoherently. Anyway i saw the complete tox on line from either the 1st or 3rd autopsy (done by AFIP for Holder) and I saw that toluene was identified in either Mike Brown’s blood or tissues. It was a trace amount I think but it didn’t belong in a human being particularly one that hadn’t been embalmed. I think toluene is one of the ingredients that they use to “wax” marijuana isn’t it? Just sayin’ it would be one piece to explain MB’s deadly behavior…and they had several hours .between 7 am and Noon to cook it up.The fact that the subject came up at all with the construction workers is telling.

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      • CM says:

        Are these same construction workers who claimed they only discussed “god” with MB, prior to incident. Don’t think they even mentioned speaking to Dorian. Well there goes their credibility- Probably the only honest thing that moron said in transcript.

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        • lurking2014 says:

          How could Wilson have possibly been indicted when not a single witness is credible?

          They just can’t get their lies on the same page as the evidence.

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          • benzy says:

            That is exactly why the BGI (especially Parks & Crump) are so upset with the prosecutor, he would NOT let their witnesses see the evidence before they had to testify so that they could be more accurate in their recollection and information. Of course, any prosecutor seeking true “justice” would have given each witness an advance copy of any photos, toxicology reports, ballistics and related forensic evidence prior to requiring them to make a sworn statement. /sarc

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    • commonsense says:

      Just went back and to read the FBI interview with Mike’s roommate again (Witness 35). On page 8 they forgot to redact the name of the roommate and actually call him “Viron”. So 100% confirmed, Viron Ganaway (Luh Vee) was Mike’s best friend and roommate at Canfield. Verchelle Ganaway is his sister who has two sons. This is the apartment they were staying at. Here is his Facebook:

      https://www.facebook.com/55hunna?fref=ts

      Luh Vee and his group of friends are very close to Dorian, mainly through his deceased younger brother Lolo (D’Angelo). They are all part of the Acme Ave Squad (all of them are Crips). Luh Vee’s cousin older Kay Loc seems to have some major clout in this squad. Mike Brown seems to be friends with a lot of people in this “squad” but this is all whitewashed from media reports. Instead, they feed you people like Hershel Johnson, an athlete and pretty straight arrow kid who went to high school with Mike.

      But in reality, Big Mike seems to be really close with the following people, all part of the Acme Ave Squad: Viron Ganaway, Seth Norfleet, his older brother Adrien Norfleet, and Kay Loc (not sure of his real name yet…might be one of Dorian Johnson’s brothers or cousins). Viron (Luh Vee) and K Loc rap with Mike, and can be found on Big Mike’s sound cloud page. In addition, Deandre Joshua (shot and burned) and his twin brother D’Ante were/are also part of the Acme Ave crew and good friends with Luh Vee and Dorian (not sure if Big Mike knew them or not).

      Here is Luh Vee on his stairs with his “squad”. Luh Vee is front row on the left. Next to him is Seth Norfleet, and next to Seth is Kevin Ousley. Equan Hopson is second row on the right (not sure who is in the hat). The person standing in the background out of the photo is Seth Norfleet’s little brother (he has this same photo posted).

      Here is another squad photo. Dorian Johnson is in the front row, in the camo pants and hat. Kay Loc is in the yellow shorts, squatting down.

      And here is one where they are with Mike Brown’s Cousin, Sabrina Webb. You might recognize Sabrina Webb as the girl that is ALWAYS around Mike Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden (including on the night of the now infamous “Burn this bitch down” video)

      Oh, and here’s a collage of them waving around a gun and smoking blunts from 8/6/14, with Mike Brown’s photo in the center. Notice it gets 13 likes, and one of the likes is by Mike Brown

      I can keep going for days…but i’ll leave it here for now

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      • jello333 says:

        You know, if these idiots didn’t take their problems out on others, it would almost be sad. Looking through those pictures and comments, they really have NO LIFE. None whatsoever. ZERO self-respect (so what makes us think they’d have any respect for others?) What a pathetic, boring, no-future existence.

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      • kathyca says:

        I’m sorry, but I just have to stop here and lol about the freaking names. I’m on overload from this case and Jessica Chambers, but Equan is the straw that broke the camels back. Equan??? Really???

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        • jello333 says:

          What?! You mean you don’t have kids named Shanaynay… Uniquay… not even La-A*?

          (* pronounced La Dah Sha)

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          • Lulu says:

            On the internet you can find sites devoted to names for black babies (much like the lists for names for children that young mothers-to-be consult when they want to choose something other than a family name). Not only are the names listed pretty unusual, but the site visitor is urged to be even more creative (with unusual spellings, etc.) in creating a name for their baby. Surreal.

            They seem to want so much to be “different”, yet they all clot together, wear outrageous clothes, do bizarre things with their hair, and do the same things. Groupers. No imagination. Someone leads. They follow.

            What’s with the long yellow shorts. Part of this gang’s uniform?

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      • lachellie64 says:

        Commonsense, can the guy arrested for shooting at the police helicopter –Doss — be connected with these people? He sure seemed very invested in protecting something/someone.

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      • froggielegs says:

        Dorian also has another FB page possibly 2 more that haven’t been used in years…This one for sure as a pic of him in a group photo was tagged with this Facebook account last used in 2009

        https://www.facebook.com/badguy.dob

        and that one has a person named Dorian Johnson living in Virginia at the time in 2011…

        https://www.facebook.com/dorian.johnson.353

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        • commonsense says:

          The first page you posted is Dorian, as his nickname is DOB. Also that page has the high school he went to and ends in 2010, the same year his current age starts. the second page is not him.

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          • commonsense says:

            Also, for the record….Dorian said he didn’t know Piaget until he helped her move into Canfield a few months prior to the shooting, and they weren’t close. However, if you go to 2011 on his timeline and click “All Stories” you’ll see who he friended during 2011. He became friends with Piaget on 8/13/11.

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      • Dorian with deandre joshua in that photo with them outside during daytime. Deandre in left back of group.

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      • Just Tea says:

        I thought Mike Brown’s family was bloods because of the red that was worn to the funeral? How did you decide they were crips?

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        • commonsense says:

          Mike Browns family might be bloods, but Dorian and Big Mike’s roommate definitely associate with Crips. They all go by “loc” (dre loc, kay loc, etc). Also, they wish each other happy “cday” on a birthday or “cip” when someone dies. Deandre Joshua and his twin brother were/are pretty heavy into the Crip culture from what I can gather and spent some time in juvenile detention at some point. I don’t think Mike was tight or even friend with Deandre or D’Ante Joshua. His in was more through Viron Ganaway and his cousin Kay Loc, who are both close with Dorian. So Mike was on the outside, but given his spontaneous goal to become a rapper back in April, which coincides with him spending more time at Canfield with Luh Vee (Viron), he was definitely having an affinity for the lifestyle. I think part of what happened that day was heavy marijuana use that affected his judgement, but a major part was this need to be “hard” and show off for his new friends.

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      • lurking2014 says:

        Is Big Mike waving around a small handgun in that center photo? It’s hard to see.

        Keep ’em coming.

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    • Tempest says:

      I am 100% convinced that it was Luh Vee that torched Ferguson Market.

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    • BitterC says:

      I believe Viron (wit 35) also testified that DJ never came into the apt that morning. They probably worked that out on the grassy knoll. My bet is the 3 (or 4…maybe contractor joined them for a bit) got high during the 4 hour gap.

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  19. StormyeyesC says:

    Minor variations from GJ transcript. Admission that Mike said “Get the fu*k off me” or similar. Downplays action at Market as minor aggression, thought he was being pranked. Says they DID go talk to Mike’s roommate and they talked for hours before going to the store. Talked to construction guys who brought up wax (sounds like they may have smoked it with him IMO) after they asked the guys if they smoked weed (wonder why they would ask them that?) FBI did not pin anything down. Dorian claims he went home twice for about 5 minutes each time, and that he was wearing his white sleeveless t shirt (never mentions the dark short sleeved one). Took the rillos home (never dropped one), but maybe someone looted them. Claims several times (without being asked) that they had no gun. Not much, same lies.

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  20. VegasGuy says:

    His shirt changes from a black sweat to a white T-Top….

    Admits to the robbery but claims it was not “forcible”

    The car he ducks behind changes from a White MC to a Silver compact. (interestingly, a Silver Sunfire does show up driving onto Copper Creek just prior to the ambulance arriving).

    The Rillos went home with him.

    He does not see or notice anyone else out & about (ie Tiffany &/or Brady) but casually mentions person maybe on 3rd floor balcony (Piaget)

    Says MB & Wilson were as close as 15 feet apart.

    Claims to have heard 1 shot at the SUV, a 2nd shot while MB was running, ( and that the 2nd shot hit MB from behind),

    Then claims a series of final shots, which he claims were a continuous, single volley.

    Says MB turned with hands already up & Wilson advanced on him while shooting.

    Otherwise, it was nearly a vebatium rendering of previous aired interviews. Admonished by Wilson for walking in the street, Wilson nearly hitting them while backing up, the door rebounding into Wilson, Wilson grabbing MBs’ neck, a tug of war at the SUV window, MB handing off the Rillos, Wilson pointing weapon at them, MB hit by 1st shot in “upper torso” ……

    Much of which is contradicted by the majority of witnesses.

    BLAH…..BLAH…..BLAH….

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    • Bob Stone says:

      So far it’s the “not 15 feet apart” that’s the most damning for Johnson; considering the length of the blood trail coming back.

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    • CM says:

      In an early pic of Dorian, I recall him wearing white tank, with some shirt flung over his shoulder. Don’t remember the color of it.
      Regardless, it would seem likely that it was him (someone here caught) off in the distance, behind parking lot. probably passing thru wooded area directly behind him, standing near a tree & something on a post. He returned to survey the scene of their crimes. Timestamp of pic + travel time home & back + his activities at home= could prove he wasn’t there to witness all events.
      Did he also stash the rillos on his little detour? That’s Tampering with evidence for the robbery too. He’s admitted taking them from MB. Oops.

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  21. StormyeyesC says:

    Oh and DJ says Mike had his hands in the air above his head while he was running away with his back to Wilson, then turned with hands still in air (one higher than other) and barely moved forward, no more than maybe a step, and Wilson let off a string of 4-5 or more shots and Mike fell in the fetal fatal position with his arse in the air.

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  22. Gary says:

    Page 55

    Dorian: Oh, a, the gun was inside the vehicle. But bullet definitely came outside the vehicle to touch my friend if that’s what anyone wanted me to clarify. Yeah, it was outside.

    Bosely, Jr: There was no bullets inside the vehicle?

    Dorian: Oh no, sir. If they can find any other bullet shell that is not the officer’s, please let me know. Because I would really be surprised and shocked then.

    This is funny. While it appears Dorian is trying to say that no shots were fired into the vehicle by Brown or Johnson (if they can find any other bullet shells that is not the officer’s) he seems certain that the bullet that struck Brown was fired out of the vehicle. The bullet that was found inside the door panel would prove this false. But because Brown’s hand was wounded by that bullet and the bullet went into the door by the arm rest it would mean that Brown’s hand was inside the window and below the frame of the window.

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    • lovemygirl says:

      Don’t forget the blood and tissue from Brown’s hand wound inside the vehicle and on the officer. 🙂

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    • StormyeyesC says:

      Yep and Brown never went for the gun or ever even touched it per Dorian. Wonder how his DNA got on it? No mention of Dorian’s bracelets on both sides of the SUV………still a mystery how they got there……….

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    • I still think Dorian may have stashed a gun when he made his big run. A gun which was handed off, never fired, and hence his assurance here that only the officer’s gun was fired.

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    • Tempest says:

      *If they can find any other bullet shell that is not the officer’s, * please let me know.

      Expert liar trying to furnish further information there.

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  23. mills says:

    MB has his torso in Officer Wilson’s truck. But, not his hands or head?

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    • Gary says:

      He has his torso in the car (but not his head or arms) because Wilson is pulling him by the neck? The interviewers couldn’t make sense of it either.

      And Wilson never loosens his grip on Big Mike so Big Mike isn’t able to get away. Even when Wilson’s hand goes from Big Mike’s neck to his shoulder, to his arm, then to his shirt sleeve. Never once loosened his grip.

      Big Mike was never able to pull himself free.

      There’s no way Bosley, Jr. believes anything that comes out of Dorian’s mouth, is there?

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  24. Lucille says:

    Thug arrogance on parade. One of many examples: p. 23 – D. JOHNSON….I was the only one who knew what really happened. Because when the other people came out, they probably were standing on the third floor balcony maybe someone. I did hear people. But, while we was down, the only people I could really see were the people inside the cars.

                        Okay.
    

    D. JOHNSON And, like I said, the first one, they had their windows down but I didn’t even check for the other two before I left. So…

            So, they could've seen it?
    

    D. JOHNSON They may have seen it also. But, I definitely know this first car, I definitely know.

    Uh huh.

    Johnson feels comfortable in telling his lies because he’s “the only one who knew what really happened” in spite of admitting others could have seen it. Apparently he feels that other witnesses will back him up because they are either part of the hood or they are black.

    An observation regarding the report itself: was the hard copy transcribed from the tape by a human? If this is an example of the quality of work done by FBI office support staff, oh, my! With all our tax dollars these agencies waste, you’d think they could afford a computer voice transcription program. For clarity, the name of each person speaking should be noted and each line properly attributed. Obviously there’s a need to keep the language/grammar of each participant exactly as it was spoken. No problem there. However, spelling errors are most annoying in an official document. If the FBI released a rough draft, shame on them for their unprofessionalism. Certainly there has been time to put out a final, corrected copy. This just really grates on me.

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  25. Gary says:

    What about this interview would have been considered to be too sensitive for release. I’m not sure why this would have been withheld from the original documents dump.

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    • StormyeyesC says:

      I agree……………………….

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    • froggielegs says:

      Well one thing is for sure, this document doesn’t show Dorian coming clean to the FBI and it being the reason he hasn’t been charged with anything.

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      • lurking2014 says:

        It’s clear now that the FBI’s sole concern is investigating whether Wilson violated Mike Brown’s civil rights.

        Exchanging information with the County prosecutor is just a byproduct of their own search for a credible witness. As witness after witness spins a tale that doesn’t match the evidence in hand, the FBI loses interest in chasing down the details.

        Doesn’t Wilson have some civil rights that have been violated by all the fabrications from Johnson, Crenshaw, Mitchell et cetera?

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    • nivico says:

      Could just be they didn’t want folks to know they pulled a BDLR/Rachel and interviewed their key witness in a room full of people who should NOT have been present during the interview.

      (* and I’m curious to know 1) who the other attorney was in the room with Bosley and why they redacted his name, and 2) who Dorian’s personal ‘security’ guy was?)

      Dorian is also noticeably already correcting his earlier statements to fit the autopsy; “…let me rephrase because he was hit so he could not fully extend his arms.” Parcells was brought in on the 13th, the same day as Dorian’s interview, but details of the autopsy weren’t released to the public until the following Monday (18th).

      I’m wondering now if they brought Parcells in that morning just so they could have Dorian prepped for his FBI interview that afternoon.

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      • nivico says:

        We know Parks was in the room with Parcells during his examination of the body, and if Parks was the other ‘redacted’ attorney in the room during the FBI’s interview of Dorian the same day…

        Dots connected.

        I so want to see Parks & Crump be held accountable for what is, imo, witness tampering, obstruction, and interfering with an investigation.

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      • punkinseed says:

        What is a BDLR/Rachel?
        Please write out acronyms when you first cite them. It really helps us understand your comment. Thanks!

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        • stella says:

          BDLR/Rachel refers to Bernie De La Rionda and Rachel Jaentel – the Prosecutor and witness in the Trayvon Martin George Zimmerman trial. Old news, which is probably why nivico didn’t feel it was necessary to define it.

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          • jello333 says:

            Your avatar probably looks a lot like Bernie on the days he’s peaking in here to see if we’re talking about him. (((Hi Bernie!!)))

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          • punkinseed says:

            thanks! That makes sense.
            I have been an Eye Witness Testimony student for years. Dr. Elizabeth Loftus would have a field day with Dorian Johnson, and the other “witnesses” in this. Dr. Loftus, if you’re not familiar with her, is the leaders in the field of false testimony. She’s testified in trials as an expert and managed to get innocent people acquitted. I strongly advise those who are interested in finding the truth in Ferguson witnesses and the Chambers case to read Loftus before making any further assessments.
            Back to DJ: If you look carefully, you’ll also see the FBI planting inferences in their questioning. Johnson takes the bait if it’s in fact “bait” or the FBI questioner is totally inept at framing his questions properly.

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    • Bob Stone says:

      I initially thought that as well. But that interview ended like an episode of Columbo. The agents obviously did not believe what Dorian was telling them. If you were the FBI, or Holder, would you want this transcript released — showing the agents having trouble believing their primary witness for their civil rights investigation into Ferguson? Or would you want the dust to settle a bit?

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      • lurking2014 says:

        It’s true that this is an embarrassing “star witness.” Up to now, many of us had been believing that Johnson must have ‘come clean’ in this interview in order for him to keep his freedom. Instead we see that he has been allowed to lie about everything, to everybody.

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  26. StormyeyesC says:

    FBI questions Dorian about case and never pins anything down, at ….all. Just minor inconsistencies that don’t amount to squat and make it appear Dorian didn’t flip. It took nearly 3 weeks to see this? I am not buying it……….unless there were 2 FBI interviews and they still are withholding a later one………….

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    • commonsense says:

      There was definitely a second interview or this interview went longer. Stuff he tells the FBI here he totally switches up during his GJ testimony (the two key things: conversation with the landscapers & going into Mike Browns roommates apartment). I originally dismissed the whole “waxing” angle, but now think that might actually be legit. Something illicit went on in the roommates apartment with Dorian that affected Mike Brown’s behavior that day. Why else would Dorian tell the FBI he went into the roommates apartment that morning and spoke with the construction workers about “wax” and marijuana, but then go in front of the GJ and say he never went into the apartment and only Mike talked to the construction workers?

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      • jason says:

        def seems like there’s something missing. Nothing about Dorian changing his clothes either. Actually, he specifically says he never changed them, why did the DA prompt him with the question about changing his clothes in front of the GJ?

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        • lurking2014 says:

          Dorian doesn’t mention he was wearing a black shirt at the time of the robbery and The Tussle. He says he was wearing a white sleeveless tee.

          We now know all he did was take off the black shirt and sling it over his shoulder. The DA may have been just checking off another box on the lies Dorian told the FBI.

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  27. lachellie64 says:

    Dorian and his lawyer had $$$ in their eyes with this version of events, he was saying he had lost everything because of this, implying being traumatized by witnessing MB’s death, which BTW he actually didn’t see.

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    • Sandra says:

      Dorian and his lawyer must be pretty pissed that all Dorian got out of this was a minimum wage temp job. He’s probably already been fired for being high at work.

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  28. CM says:

    Just have to say I lost a lot of brain cells reading that! I’m not an expert on SCAN Analysis, but this should be the poster transcript for interrogation techniques of EVERY single mistake liars make!
    Where is his retracted statement, & if not, where are the federal charges for LYING to Feds & impeding an active investigation?! Disbar the idiot attorney too. How much is it costing taxpayers to keep this sorry, lying, criminal butt in protective custody?
    Lol- “Consumption” when he meant *assumption, & I think he tried to use “recoil” a few times but failed miserably!
    Excuse me while I go numb my brain from the pain.

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    • benzy says:

      Actually, I believe his attorney has already lost his law license, on another case unrelated to this one. It seems the esteemed Mr. Bosley may have misused some funds belonging to a previous client. Hmmm… it would be interesting to match up the date of this interview with the date he lost his law license. Maybe HE could be charged with practicing law without a license if he represented himself as being a licensed lawyer in the state of Missouri to the FBI agents. (One can always hope, can’t one?)

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  29. amwick says:

    Just thinking that LE really missed the boat by not picking up Dorian right after the shooting. This interview was clearly choreographed, the only thing missing was music.

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  30. Herbert Klitzner says:

    The police officer is right handed judging from the fact that his weapon was on his right side and pulled out by his right hand. So we are expected to believe that 300 pound Big Mike couldn’t easily pull away from the officer holding him through the car window with his weaker left hand. Oh, and there was no second shot inside the car? Really? I guess the forensics are all wrong. Oh, and the officer’s methodology in effecting an arrest was to try to pull a 300 pound giant through his car window onto his lap? Then what?
    And the officer was about a cars length from Brown when he started shooting and was slowly advancing towards him as he shot. Wonder how close he was at the last shot. Powder burns?
    If nothing else Brown was a huge target and at those distances you would expect every shot to be centered in the central (center of mass) area and not mostly in Brown’s arm like the autopsy showed. And, of course, it also showed no wounds to Brow’s back. Well I could go on, but, hey, we’re talking about the government’s “star witness” so why cast further doubt on his statements?

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  31. TJ A dersen says:

    Since Dorian Johnson was an accomplice to the assault and stealing and since Johnson and Brown were in flight from a crime scene, Johnson should also be charged with murder, theft, inciting to riot and he may also have assaulted Wilson.

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    • jello333 says:

      As much as I dislike Dorian (since his LIES re. the confrontation with Wilson caused much of this), I’d have trouble finding him guilty of anything at the store. He genuinely seemed surprised when Brown handed him the cigars, and then he had the sense to put them back on the counter. I actually believe him when he says he didn’t know Brown was gonna do what he did in there. So unless it’s a crime to simply leave the store with a friend who committed a crime (two crimes actually, considering the assault), then I’m not sure Dorian would be found guilty. Now what happened AFTER that… that’s another matter.

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      • JDinBIGD says:

        DJ said he left the store AFTER MB, but in the video he actually slipped out when mb turned back to confront the clerk; and you can see MB had the cigarillos in just his right hand, not both as DJ claimed (at least when he left the store).

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      • ftsk420 says:

        Dorian is still guilty of a crime regardless whether he took stuff or not. He never once tried to stop Mike or call Police he left with Mike according to the law he’s just as guilty.

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  32. polk8dot says:

    I only got through 20 pages, and I feel stupider by half than when I started. Seriously, they should furnish a sound recording of the interview, in the interest of sparing people the mental torture of reading this verbal diarrhea. Incidentally, the quality of the transcription is a perfect match for the value of DJ’s train of thought. Was ‘Crump & Parks’ office the one providing the stenographer?

    ‘Officer went passed me’
    ‘I was crotched down behind a car, and stayed crotched as the officer ran passed me.’
    ‘And then Big Mike dropped down in fatal position. He stayed down in fatal position.’

    Urrrgghhhh….. ‘Nuf said.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      The stenographer must record what is said. It should not be edited for grammar, spelling or ANY other reason.

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      • polk8dot says:

        Are you seriously thinking I’m advocating for the stenographer to alter the record in any way? Come on……

        If you read the transcript carefully, while keeping in mind the hundreds of pages of the Grand Jury documents, you will realize that there are two kinds of glaringly obvious issues pertaining to the language therein.
        First group consists of improper or incorrect words being used by the speakers – and by the very virtue of their origin, there is nothing to be done about that, other than memorializing them for posterity. I do not comment on such. They are useful in distinguishing personal styles, education, care about properly communicating ones ideas and opinions, etc. They are convenient in fleshing out the speaker behind these words in one’s mind, and not much more.

        The second group is what I find incredibly irksome and annoying. When similar sounding words are being substituted, or misspellings give them incorrect meaning. The Ferguson GJ documents were awash in such errors, which arguably had nothing to do with clear and exact reflection of what was being said, but rather with carelessness, inattention and linguistic limitations of the person transcribing the recordings. What’s worse, they also point out the absence of proof-reading and/or spellchecking, alternating with too much dependence on word processing editing tools. Which leads to only one conclusion – that whoever transcribed such records, just did not give enough flying fairies about making sure their work product was up to certain professional and language proficiency standards. It is this lack of pride in what they do, this utter disrespect for the people involved in the legal proceedings whose very lives and freedom may be adversely impacted by such careless attitude toward language that makes me very cranky.
        The examples given above can easily be augmented by the multiple instances of ‘their’ instead of ‘there’, ‘your’ instead of ‘ you’re’, ‘passed’ instead of ‘past’, ‘here’ instead of ‘hear’, ‘he sad’ instead of ‘he said’ , ‘red’ instead of ‘read’, ‘born’ instead of ‘borne’, ‘owed’ instead of ‘owned’ etc.. Combined with simple misspellings and /or letter omissions, they are so disrespectful to the whole process that I can sometimes hardly believe what I’m reading.
        I believe in doing one’s job, or anything for that matter, properly . When your only job is making sure what was said is recorded exactly in writing, and you don’t even give a flip to make sure it is done properly, while being actually paid to do it right — that is extremely aggravating, not to mention simply wrong on many levels.
        If such errors occur in a blog post or comments, or even newspapers, it is no biggie. But when they are part of an official legal document, a public record in perpetuity, it is incumbent on the stenographer to ensure proper English is being used to transcribe the verbal statements directly and faithfully.

        Consider this – have you ever given or taken a deposition? Where you know for a fact what was being said, and yet the transcript makes it unintelligible? How about court testimony? Where you just had a witness give a statement, which is then read back to them as a refresher and it sounds as if an illiterate, barely English-familiar person said it? I’ve seen it happen so many times that it is my belief there is a rampant problem with the system itself.
        There is no accountability, no pride in one’s work quality, no repercussions for repeatedly messing stuff up. In our culture of dumbing down of America by PC gone wild it is no longer acceptable to point out someone’s errors or unprofessionalism, especially in government work.

        Clearly, it is one of my pet peeves, and I’ll harp on it wherever I run into it. To suggest that being careful about proper use of language might be tantamount to altering the legal record is simply missing the point and the bigger picture.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Cranky much?
          I’m not advocating anything.
          I don’t cone to read your mind and I and don’t need a diatribe for not doing so.

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          • polk8dot says:

            Well, you don’t need to read my mind – it is enough that you read the comment for what it says, without reading into or misreading it.
            If you engage in conversation, it is only to be expected that there may be a return comment coming back at you, especially if your statement seems to imply a misreading of mine.
            CTH is a wonderful blog, and we express our thoughts here freely and openly. Nobody is calling anybody names, nobody takes things personally, because generally they are not meant as a personal affront. Throwing around ‘cranky’ and ‘diatribe’ at someone for pointing out your misunderstanding of their statements is not really polite. But then you are new here and maybe not familiar with how the treepers talk.
            I would also tell you that a little humility goes a long way, and accepting when you’ve made an error is not beneath anybody. Going on offense instead is not attractive. You seem to believe that all that matters is what you read into things, not what was being said. Too bad – that is fast tracking yourself into completely unnecessary verbal spats. Unless, of course, that is the whole point, in which case find someone else to spar with. It is not my purpose in life.
            I’ve taken time to expound on my views so you’d understand why the way you took my initial comment was wrong. I only made 2 personal appeals to you in it – yet you disregarded the whole point of that exercise and instead chose to take offence to those 2 appeals. Clearly we will not be able to communicate that way. But then again, why would it even matter – you’ll probably consider this another ‘diatribe’ and stop reading after the second sentence.

            Enjoy the spirit of the season. 🙂

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            • TwoLaine says:

              Once again, yes, another diatribe.
              For your info I am not new here.
              And even if I were, that still doesn’t mean you can take your cranky rudeness out on me.
              Bullying others not in your club is no way to keep or make friends.
              Humility is a two way street.
              I was not making a dig at you, so get over yourself.

              I simply commented on your 3 words. Passed, crotched, fatal. I have issue with the 1st, not the 2nd or 3rd. I can DJ and his ilk saying the last two as is, and therefore they are probably spelled exactly like he said them. You gets me?

              Next time give us the diatribes 1st, with all the words and crankiness. Then we won’t have to read your mind and get our asses handed to us for a simple “comment” to a few simple paragraphs.

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  33. Dorian Johnson failed to mention in this interview that the Monte Carlo’s passenger-side door was wide open.

    On page 19, the questioner asks whether that car’s windows were open, and Johnson responds that the windows were down.

    On page 20, Johnson says that the Monte Carlo “pulled off” before Michael Brown stopped and turned around to face Darren Wilson.

    On page 21, Johnson said that the Monte Carlo already had driven away across the grass before he himself ran away.

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  34. Richard_Iowa says:

    Brown had his hand full of cigarillos, and never entered the car. Officer Wilson shot him in the back. Had to stop reading but where was the trail of cigarillos as Brown had to have dropped them, else how did Officer Wilson suffer bruises to his face? Also, do Federal Agents and Police Detectives have to graduate from high school to be hired for these positions?

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    • jason says:

      Brown handed he rillos to Dorian during the tussle. Dorian has an odd obsession about describing the rillos, each and every time he mentions he states how Mike hasn’t dropped a single one, or how after getting them from Mike, Dorian hasn’t dropped a single one and grips them tightly after seeing his friend gunned down. Almost sounds like Dorian spent some time collecting up dropped rillos and missed much of the action?

      Never any explanation for Wilson’s injuries. Near the very end the detective tries to get an answer from Dorian who hypothesizes that maybe Wilson bumped his face against the door while they were doing the tug-of-war… then Bosley interjects and Dorian clarifies he didn’t see anything so can’t comment.

      Hard to figure out if the detectives were just trying to make him comfortable and at ease so perhaps he’d divulge more, but they didn’t ask ANY hard questions it seems. Called him “our witness, our star witness”… had me feeling they believed it :/

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      • Sandra says:

        That was my favorite part, Michael Brown’s death grip on the cigarillos even though he was being strangled. And then, in the midst of the strangling, Brown “handed” all of them to Johnson. Hahahahahah!!

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  35. mikesylwester says:

    On page 68, Dorian Johnson exasperates his lawyer by insisting that his run to hide behind the Monte Carlo lasted 30 to 40 seconds.

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  36. Worc1 says:

    I guess the “fatal” position is for gangbangers and the fetal position is for those that follow the law, ie: everyone else. Example: Homie done got shot and fell into the fatal position, yo.

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  37. Mr. Izz says:

    CNN is reporting that Dorian Johnson was completely consistent in his accounts, and thus should lead us to believe that he is more credible.

    In my opinion, yes, he was consistent in his accounts… he lied every single time.

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    • lurking2014 says:

      He was hugely inconsistent in this FBI interview compared to his grand jury testimony on the matter of where Mike Brown turned around as Wilson pursued him..

      Johnson told the grand jury three different times that Brown had run to the sidewalk at Copper Creek Court before turning around. That’s about 50 feet that Brown had to retrace to end up where he fell.

      In this FBI interview Johnson has Brown moving not a step back towards Wilson. Of course, the 22-foot blood trail tells us Johnson is lying about this.

      CNN can’t bring itself to state the simple fact that Johnson contradicted his FBI story in his grand jury testimony. Mike Brown was not shot when nor where he turned around.

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  39. CM says:

    Apparently in Dorian Johnson’s case… if you lie to the Feds, destroy evidence, are an accomplice in the assault of a LEO, conspire with others to lie & obstruct LE & FBI’s active investigations, defame a LEO, leave the scene of 2 crimes –
    In addition to having no credibility to start, with record of mail theft, lying to LE & giving a false identity + active warrant –
    The city of St. Louis will reward with a new job!!

    http://m.nydailynews.com/news/national/michael-brown-witness-dorian-johnson-hired-st-louis-article-1.2039878

    Think I missed this:
    “His former attorney, Freeman Bosley Jr., whose license was suspended in September for mishandling clients’ money, told the Post-Dispatch that Johnson has been looking forward to finding work and is happy to have a job.”

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  40. TwoLaine says:

    Did we ever find out who was the Cigarillo’s Dealer at the apt complex?
    Was it Big Mike, the Gentle Giant?
    Known to “take” large quantities by force w/o paying for them?

    Or, at what time did DJ place the 911 call to request an ambulance for his injured friend?
    Piaget? Tiffany? How many were placed overall?

    IF DJ suffers from anything, it is His BLACK GUILT.
    He could have done more to prevent this.
    He did NOTHING, except SAVE HIMSELF.
    Then lawyered up almost immediately.
    😉

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  41. lurking2014 says:

    I’d like to see the map that Johnson drew on.

    I’d also like to get an audio transcript of this interview. I’d love to lay Johnson’s voice over the video of the Ferguson Market robbery. “Not like it was a snatch or grab” as Brown snatches and spills the cigarellos at the counter. “I was shocked” as he calmly backs Brown up. “Not like it was forceful” as he shoves the clerk and turns back to threaten him.

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  42. Sandra says:

    The most important thing I took from this document is that the cigarillos were saved! Mike refused to let go of them even while being strangled, then handed them (gently!) to Dorian who never let a single one drop per page 21 even though bullets were flying all around him, and then Dorian carefully and dutifully took them to his apartment. I do recall though seeing at least one in a gutter, but it couldn’t have come from Mike and Dorian according to Dorian. #cigarillosmatter

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  43. John Galt says:

    I find the list of attendees at Dorian’s interview quite interesting:
    Interview conducted in conference room of Attorney Bosley’s office
    Dorian Johnson – witness
    Freeman Bosley, Jr. – Dorian’s lawyer, former St. Louis Mayor
    Bosley’s co-counsel – name redacted
    St. Louis County PD Detective – name redacted
    Special Agent FBI – name redacted – later referenced as “she”
    Security Person – name redacted – “I just happen to know his people and I’m personally charge of his security” Gang representative to monitor testimony?
    Female – name redacted – redacted relation to Dorian

    So there were at least two people who should definitely NOT be present at the interview: Security Person and Female.

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  44. lurking2014 says:

    “Like I said, the officer is sitting down. So I don’t really think he can overpower Mike standing up with one hand. He’d have to be super human to do somethin’ like that.”

    Page 60

    Johnson points out the absurdity of his own construct of Wilson as the aggressor. Also, this self- destructive line makes a nice counterpoint to Wilson’s statement that he felt like “a five-year old holding onto Hulk Hogan.”

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