From the Complaint (Full Complaint Below):
…”in the County of St. Louis, State of Missouri, the defendant, knowingly shot a firearm from a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am, a motor vehicle, and caused serious physical injury as a result”….
This phrase alone essentially deconstructs the “self defense” claim of Ferguson Shooter Jeffrey L Williams because the vehicle described in the complaint is in a video of the shooting.
In this video capture you see Williams vehicle (Red Grand Am) pass by the camera at 2:18:54. The shots happen at 2:19:21.
Only 27 seconds from the time the vehicle passes camera to shooting.
It is implausible, if not impossible, for Jeffrey Williams to have passed the camera. Driven up Tiffin Ave. Stopped, had some kind of an altercation (he calls robbery), retrieved a weapon and shot toward his assailant. The timing simply does not support such a claim.
It is far more plausible that Jeffrey Williams drove passed the camera, drove up Tiffin, took aim from inside his vehicle, quickly shot toward the police – then drove away.