“27 Seconds”! – The Jeffrey L Williams Criminal Complaint Destroys Self Defense Claim – “knowingly shot a firearm from a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am”…

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.

jeffrey williams mugshot 2jeffrey williams red car

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.


Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

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.

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109 Responses to “27 Seconds”! – The Jeffrey L Williams Criminal Complaint Destroys Self Defense Claim – “knowingly shot a firearm from a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am”…

  1. Chip Bennett says:

    Refer to Cardinal Rule #4 of safe firearms handling: know your target and what is behind it.

    You are always responsible for where your shots go. If you strike an innocent bystander, even if using deadly force in self-defense, you are criminally negligent for any harm you cause. So, even if Williams had a plausible self-defense claim, it would be irrelevant.

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    • John Galt says:

      I favor more aggressive crowd control / dispersal efforts (tear gas, pepper spray, water cannons) instead of having cops lining up and impersonating silhouette targets for protracted periods.

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    • Hank Rearden says:

      That’s not quite right. You’re not always responsible for where your shots go, and you are not automatically criminally negligent if you strike an innocent bystander. To be criminally negligent, you have to be negligent. It is quite possible to be using all due care under the circumstances and still accidentally hit a bystander. A plausible self-defense claim would be very relevant, but he doesn’t have a plausible self-defense claim for the reasons given in sundance’s post.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      If you notice the people crossing the road, the shots rang out the very second they made it to the curb. He waited until the street was clear so he didn’t want his bullets to hit one of them.

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  2. Alan says:

    Maybe the shooter got stuck in a time warp…after all, time flies when you are using the poor cops as a shooting gallery. (lucky shots, by the way, from that range@!)

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  3. Moishe Pipik says:

    We all know that video was faked by the Police and the KKK in their billion-dollar CG/Special Effects soundstage just to make young black men look bad. And I’m sure the BGI believes that Israel had something to do with it, too.

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    • John Galt says:

      Das right, produced at the same studio where they faked the moon landings.

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    • chick20112011 says:

      If Jeffrey was shooting at his “robbers”, what window of the car did he shoot out of? The protestors (heather) heard shots buzzing by their head. What did the bullets do? If he was firing at protestors by the police, no whizzing by heather’s head. If he was firing at protestors across the street, how did the bullets make a u-turn?

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  4. BobNoxious says:

    Bingo! The old 27 second robbery and seeing-eye stray bullet theory doesn’t pass the smell test.

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  5. doodahdaze says:

    The little Homey is facing 2 life sentences and few 3 to 10’s. w/o parole.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Another reason for them to protest. These pollice need to put a lid on these protests. At least, make they protest during the day, period.

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      • DT says:

        I saw an article today that property values in Ferguson have dropped 47% since MIke Brown was shot. If the planned Ferguson spring and summer events happen, those homes will be worth pennies on the dollar. It’s time for the law abiding citizens to stand up against this nonsense. These protestors have got to go.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          The good citizens need to go to the council meetings and demand that the police do their job instead of being stopped from doing it. Bring back law and order.

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        • beth60497 says:

          Some businesses owners spoke out last week about the protests and protestors doing harm to the local business. The press conference was held in front of a black owned soul food restaurant where the owner also spoke out in support of Mayor Knowles.

          http://fox2now.com/2015/03/14/ferguson-business-owners-speak-out-about-economic-losses/

          I made a point to go there for takeout lunch on Sunday and told the owner that I was exactly there to support him for supporting the mayor.

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          • art tart says:

            beth60497 ~ I listened to RUSH for a short while today while in my car & he stated “a convenience store that was burned in the looting/arson riots was going to be rebuilt as a Federal Training Facility for job training.” RUSH did say he “didn’t know which one it was.” RUSH continued to rant on “I never knew anyone that got a job or was employed by being trained at a Federal Facility.” IDK if you have seen anything on this, but apparently, at least the previous business owner of the convenience store may have been able to sell the property at least to re-coup some of their money lost.

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      • Sharon says:

        It has seemed obvious for many months that the police are not permitted to put a lid on these protests.

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    • Just Tea says:

      In Missouri Armed Criminal Action can be at least 3 years up to life. Life in Missouri is 30 years.

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  6. Roger says:

    Is there any info on the type of weapon? I have some firearm experience – there is no way on God’s Green Earth this person shoots two people from that distance with a handgun. And from a car with a rifle, given the elevation angle, I’m not sure how that would happen either.

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    • Apollo says:

      It’s unlikely they were well-aimed shots. He just popped off a couple (few?) shots in the general direction of what was a fairly large group of officers. That he hit SOMEONE is not that surprising to me.

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      • BobNoxious says:

        Yeah and the cops were standing shoulder to shoulder and almost on top of each other too, so it would’ve be as hard to hit considering you essentially had a roughly 6 foot tall and 30 foot wide wall of human as a target.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      .40 caliber pistol per the presser yesterday.

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      • John Galt says:

        Not that big of a deal to hit a line of cops, the bullet drop is only about a foot at 100 yds with the gun zero’d at 25 yards.

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      • Roger says:

        Sorry guys, using google maps, the circle above to the cop is about 100 yards. This has to be the luckiest shooter in the world or has some level of serious training and/or practice. Or, these shots did not come from that location. Using my best handgun (9mm or 40s&w) and ripping off 4 or more quick shots…….. I just don’t see it.

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        • BobNoxious says:

          At 100 yards from a well elevated position (thus decreasing the total distance) you couldn’t hit somewhere along a 6 foot tall, 30-40 ft. wide wall?

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          • lovemygirl says:

            Agreed, the proverbial hitting the side of a barn. He didn’t hit exactly what he was aiming at but with 50-60 targets he was likely to hit something.

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        • Rob Crawford says:

          What is so hard to comprehend? Line of people standing shoulder to shoulder — he hit two of them. Did he care which he hit? Of course not.

          There’s a hill behind the range I go to. Every round I fire hits the hill. I was not aiming at the hill, but I hit it each time.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          The fact is they have the gun and the bullet.

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    • mung says:

      It happened the same way unintended targets get hit in drive by shootings. spray some bullets and see what they hit. It isn’t like he aimed at specific targets.

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    • Chip Bennett says:

      …there is no way on God’s Green Earth this person shoots two people from that distance with a handgun…

      You can’t hit a 6-foot tall, 40-foot wide target 2 out of 4 times at that distance, with a clear, unobstructed shot, and the benefit of elevation?

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      • Roger says:

        Elevation wasn’t an impact here. Yes I could hit something that big. Those shots were fired in under a second from a (likely) untrained shooter, from a 100+ yards if you believe that is where they came from and that is the gun he used And that he aimed, etc.

        No need to try to convince each other – my first conclusion is the best thus far – he was as lucky as he could be in hitting what he hit, shooting that fast, from that distance, with a hand gun.

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    • kpm58 says:

      Ruger Blackhawk 44 Mag. six shoots in ten inch circle in ten seconds at 300 yards. It is not that hard.

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    • Les says:

      I don’t think he went that far up the hill to shoot. The shots are very loud, probably from the sound being amplified by the two cement buildings halfway up the hill. He probably stopped the car and took a second to aim before he shot. I don’t think he made it as far as the houses at the top of the hill.

      He endangered the idiot protesters. They don’t have enough sense to be mad when a black man shoots in their direction. They are used to it, I guess.

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  7. BobNoxious says:

    One more thing worth noting that was just said again on Jake Tapper’s show: police are apparently still telling CNN that Williams was not alone in that car. Why they haven’t arrested or mentioned his accomplice, I don’t know. Perhaps the accomplice was the driver (although it only looks like one person is in the car in that video; maybe he was hiding in the back below window line) and he turned Williams in, saying he didn’t know he was going to shoot. I can see the prosecutor dropping charges in exchange for cooperation.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Maybe it was his big fat girlfriend.

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      • Sharon says:

        Your comment has absolutely nothing to do with anything in this situation. Knock it off.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          The comment is based on a photo posted of the perp in his house with an extremely large female in the background by the window. Actually it may have something to do with this.

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          • Sharon says:

            I wasn’t aware that there was evidence that the extremely large female in the house photo was perhaps in the vehicle with him that night.

            I don’t follow these investigatory threads for the details. We frequently have to deal with even our regulars acting like jerks and taking the opportunity to use adolescent language in ways that make the Treehouse look like something other than we would like it to look.

            Some commenters enjoy mocking the physical appearance of people who are in the news in one way or another and I thought that’s what you were doing.

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  8. Disgusted says:

    A similar red car drives by at 2:18:03… I wonder if he drove by beforehand to check out the scene before looping back around to do the deed…

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    • BobNoxious says:

      The car that continues straight down Florissant Rd.? That looks like a Mitsubishi Eclipse or similar type hatchback coupe. The shooters car was described as a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am- it was the 4 door version, similar to this:

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  9. Disgusted says:

    A similar red car drives by at 2:18:03… I wonder if he drove by beforehand to check out the scene before looping back around to do the deed…

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  10. Stormyeyes says:

    Just a minute or two before, the same red car goes by the PD (and Tiffin) heading away. Must have gone around the block and come back before turning right on Tiffin. This Bishop is NOT a Bishop, he is a regular agitator. His “title” affords him a cover but he is just as bad as the others.

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  11. “In addition, a judicial experience of more than three years of daily official contact with every phase of civil and criminal litigation gave me an insight into negro peculiarities, such as could have been obtained in no other way, and I early discovered the absolute untrustworthiness of self-interested negro statement.”

    United States Colored Troops Civil War veteran amputee William Hannibal Thomas at P. xxi of his invaluable (but of course suppressed by the left) 1901classic “The American Negro”,

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  12. Alex Stewart says:

    Here’s an account of what happened that evening, from an officer who was on duty at FPD.

    https://dissonantwinstonsmith.wordpress.com/2015/03/14/shots-fired-officer-down/

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  13. freepetta says:

    Why isn’t this defendant being charged with attempted murder? This freak shouldn’t ever see the light of day again.

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  14. fred says:

    Cops bowed to political correctness and got hurt bad because of it. What a target.. a line of cops like at the county fair shooting stall. Too easy to hit someone. They need to forget the politicians and protect themselves for God’s sake. Enough of Holder and Sharpton. Don’t allow these animals out after 10PM and don’t engage them unless you mean it. How much damage has to be done by Holder. What will Lynch do when they confirm her..same or worse. Remember the GOP helped confirm her every time a cop gets shot.

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  15. lovemygirl says:

    I don’t want to sound like I’m giving this guy any credence but he never claimed he was robbed seconds before the shot. He claimed the (fake) robbery occured earlier from my recollection.

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    • Chip Bennett says:

      He claimed the (fake) robbery occured earlier from my recollection.

      That would be even worse for him, as it would entirely preclude a claim of justified use of deadly force in self-defense.

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      • lovemygirl says:

        But I’m on good meds too ;). I also know he is lying but I remember something about the robbery being earlier… minor point.

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      • John Galt says:

        He probably won’t pay his jail house lawyer for that brilliant advice.

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      • Moishe Pipik says:

        Yes. Self defense is only a defense in-the-moment, like (for example) when Trayvon Martin is bashing your head against the concrete and punching you in the nose. Coming back later, or the next day, to finish someone else isn’t “self defense”, it’s murder.

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      • beth60497 says:

        But it’s actually very believable as you hear stories all the time about these kids being “disrespected” then coming back later and shooting the insulter.
        Doesn’t matter, as the above comment was right, you are responsible for your overspray. You hit someone behind your target, and you’re guilty.
        You come back later, it’s no longer self defense.

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    • bogeytct says:

      So his best defense is he engaged in premeditated murder of a non-cop?

      If he’s trying to say he saw his mugger and that was his only option, well there were cops right there who could be used to affect an arrest…

      The guy is spinning so much BS that if it weren’t for being bended over by PC concerns, he’d be laughed at by the judicial system.

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    • Fantasia says:

      I was about to make the same point. If his claims are true, it simply proves pre-meditation. A pic is being passed around of him, “beaten by the police”. If he was beaten, this may have been a revenge hit. So, very well may have been a pre-meditated act.

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  16. ZurichMike says:

    27 seconds? Clocks are raaaaaciiiiiisssss.

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  17. czarowniczy says:

    I like the protestors abandoning him like a flat beer, saying he wasn’t a reliable part of the protests. WTF? Reliable? What are they talking about, did he have bad aim? Bottom line is: he was [art of their little circus sideshow.
    Other talking head says that it ain’t all that bad as ‘he wasn’t meaning to shoot the police, he was randomly raining bullets onto someone in the crowd that robbed him’ and missed. Watch that BS story swap around as they reach for something less mo’ stupider. Let’s all be aforgivin’ him as the shootin’ was a mis-take.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      It really is pathetic and just does not ring true on any level. He must have spent four days figgering it out….or, the good Bishop planted it under orders. This all came from the Black Bishop. All of the narrative. With no evidence.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        In the process of protesting their own miserable state of affairs the last thing they want to admit is who’s really responsible for the overwhelming majority of it. The community leaders maintain their positions by pandering to the crowd’s most base (and largely baseless) ‘it ain’t my fault’ fears.

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  18. yakmaster2 says:

    The latest on site reporter for CNN again restates that Williams is claiming he was severely beaten by cops after his arrest. Why would CNN further dilute its credibility by airing such BS?!
    His spokesperson, “Bishop” is ramping up tension every way he can with every lie he can think up. He nor the media will take any responsibility for the fallout from their baldfaced lies! Puke.

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  19. lovely says:

    Maybe Mr. Capehart won’t need Eric Holder and 7 months to figure out that Williams is lying.

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  20. auscitizenmom says:

    +100 more “likes”

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  21. BobNoxious says:

    Holy cow. DeRay is on CNN now spouting off about the police lying and beating people. Erin Burnett (who looks disgusting w/ her boobs literally falling out on TV) was just letting him go and actually asked if police were really sure that they had the right guy. She was also trying to say you can see bruising on his face in his mugshot. This is OUT OF CONTROL!!!

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    • beth60497 says:

      Apparently, they learned nothing about the players in this drama from the DOJ report on the shooting. They are making the same mistakes all over again.

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      • yakmaster2 says:

        I think the liberal media is intentionally putting this outrageous nonsense from obvious liars on air to INCREASE RATINGS. In other words, some media oulets are whores, turning tricks for money money money money 💰.

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        • Sharon says:

          Which wouldn’t work if there weren’t people who are eager to watch “this outrageous nonsense” –

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          • lovely says:

            I agree, stay away from TV news, I only watch it if something is specifically referenced here or sent to me by a friend. I won’t waste my time making myself angry watching people who hate my country lie to me, all the while knowing that the TMZ/Kardashian Nation believes every ugly, illogical thing that is said.

            Nope I’ll find other penances.

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            • Les says:

              The comments from Fox News website are just as bad. I don’t drop by there often because the people who post there make conservatives seem like rabid, ignorant racists. I’m ashamed of those white folks.

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              • lovely says:

                Yep, all the “news” on TV is at the very best left leaning, Fox News has for so many years tried to present their point of view without sounding politically incorrect that all that is left by the time they are done arguing a “conservative view” is the dust jacket with nothing in-between it. No substance, a conservative or moderate point of view is put forth but then instead of simply defending and defining that view, supporting it with facts and evidence, Fox News starts whining about why it isn’t a racist, misogynist, elitist, xenophobic, or other unacceptable view.

                There is nothing worth watching on any of the news stations.

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          • jason says:

            is it really the would be viewers? Both MSNBC and CNN seem to be hitting hard times in ratings. MSNBC recently ‘saw the light’ and now proclaims they’ll stop selling their only far left view at every opportunity (not holding breath).

            So, is it the people who are willing to watch… or something else? How much would it take to make up for some of these ratings drops? What might someone be willing to pay to have their desired message broadcast 24/7 whenever they desire.

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      • jason says:

        it’s not a mistake. They know no one will hold them accountable and selling the story every way possible.

        Someone needs to slap these donkeys with some lawsuits, make em accountable for the BS that everyone with any sense knows is untrue.

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      • chemman says:

        Mistakes? That is like a typo. This is intentional so it is not a mistake.

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  22. notyours says:

    This Chris Rock look alike should have followed his advise.

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  23. Breogan says:

    Can his twitter comment posted earlier be taken as evidence of motive? https://twitter.com/RealDoctorWhite/status/577186845529759744/photo/1

    -“It’s so easy to take somebody life… Bt y’all niggas sacred to bang…smh……”-

    By those he hangs with, you can assume he was called out on this in a – if it’s so easy you now need to put your money where your mouth is, as proof!
    Also anyone following or responding to that tweet should be followed up on, as they would be pushing to be witness.
    Not surprisingly “It’s so easy” would mean the most cowardly way, from a car at a distance in the cover of darkness.

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    • beth60497 says:

      We need to be careful with reading too much to statuses. These kids often use song/rap lyrics as their statuses.
      Since I know no rap music, couldn’t tell you if this one is or isn’t.

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    • lovely says:

      I think Williams will take a plea I don’t think Ferguson has the will to convict and sentence him to what he has earned and I don’t think Team William’s will want to devote the resources to keep William’s out of serving any real time. Both sides know Williams has to serve serious time.

      An election is coming up, it would be a messy time for the democrats to be singing the praises of a cop shooter.

      As to William’s words on Facebook, if it goes to trial, my best guess would be that his words point toward a general lawlessness and disregard for life. Not really evidence of motive.

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      • Just Tea says:

        Ferguson does not handle felonies, they are just local police/court precinct. This is going to be prosecuted by St. Louis County, McCullough’s office.

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  24. Alan says:

    Something else needs to be addressed here…the underlying causes for all this. Apparently, according to the federal report, LOCAL cops, and LOCAL judges were hounding the blacks by using the cops to write up trivial offenses to get money thru court convictions. I do not believe the police acted alone on this one. SOMEONE gave them orders to enforce jay walking, etc. Was it the mayor? Was it city council? I think perhaps the line was crossed from good policing to bad policing, and helped turn the community against the police by using these tactics of getting money from the poor. Were the blacks being used to generate money from petty crimes such as jaywalking? We need to ferret out who did that. I doubt if it was the police, as they just follow orders. Find out who gave those orders, and get them out of office! OVERPOLICING can be just as bad as UNDERPOLICING. Too much of a good thing can lead the whole community to turn against the police. It is no better than some of those speed traps in the local towns in the South.

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    • jason says:

      There’s nothing anywhere to point the LOCAL cops were tasked with harassing poor BLACKS. They were tasked with enforcing the law. Nothing shows those with means to pay were exempt, just a couple cases where friends of friends made things go away. Nothing shows the laws enforced were without cause, there’s some instances cited based SOLELY from the witness account (ie one arrested) without ANY attempt to fact check or verify their claims. Take a quick look at Mike Brown’s case and let me know how much faith we should put into unverified claims.

      The underlying cause for all this is the number of people BREAKING THE LAW. The LOCAL cops could choose not to enforce it. The could choose to let that 68th+ AA offender go free because arresting more than 67 would make the LOCAL cops a bunch of RACISTS. The underlying problem is these jackasses who won’t comply with the law. And the solution is to police them LESS? Bullpoop.

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      • jason says:

        one more thought, why would people looking to cash in on their citizenry target the poor, who are less likely and may have a greater predisposition to ignore fines/citations?

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        • Les says:

          “And while I certainly respect the work that the DOJ recently performed in their investigation and report on the City of Ferguson, I must state clearly that my office has never instructed the police department to target African Americans, nor falsify charges to administer fines, nor heap abuses on the backs of the poor. Any inferences of that kind from the report are simply false.” ~ City Manager John Shaw (resigned, got sick of the BS)

          This is a lie:

          This is truth:

          Why are thugs always rich with drug money on FB but too poor to pay fines when they caught out being stupid? Mr. Holder forgot to explain that.

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      • Les says:

        And ask Michael Brown about the “jaywalking,” too. We all know certain members of certain communities (young black men and white middle school students) think it’s funny to walk down the middle of the road so you can’t drive past them. It isn’t just Ferguson, it’s everywhere in the US that has black neighborhoods and neighboorhoods with large skater-boy populations. It’s assiness. If you don’t want a ticket, stay out of the damn road.

        No sympathy from Les. If you don’t follow the simple rules, you surely won’t bother with the pesky laws…

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    • jason says:

      … in the midst of releasing both reports together, a very important set of stories was lost to the big bad racist police story that the media wanted from the moment Mike Brown died. The stories I’m referring to paint a picture of a climate of fear in the community, not of the police, but of the neighborhood. The stories I’m referring to paint a picture of a conspiracy within Canfield Green apartments to promote witnesses the conspirators knew were lying, and threaten anyone who might dare to contradict the official narrative. All that mattered was that Darren Wilson was found guilty. All that mattered was that the official Canfield narrative, that Mike Brown was executed while surrendering with his hands in the air, was preserved.
      https://dissonantwinstonsmith.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/the-untold-story-of-canfield-green/

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  25. archer52 says:

    When you are putting a case together and have the suspect in hand, you let him “justify” his crime in a confession. It does not matter what he said. He confessed to the shooting- equals layer one.

    Layer two is when the forensics, including your video, comes to light and the prosecutors decide to amend the charges, if they can. It’s like the guy confessing to the crime of burglary but insisting he didn’t know another person was in the home (2nd degree to a more serious 1st degree). If, as an interviewer, you get hung up on that detail, you’ll loose the whole confession because the suspect locks down on that one unimportant detail. What you do is let him make the excuse, because they will always try to justify their actions, and then go back and destroy their excuse with facts.

    Sometimes you do that during the interview, AFTER the confession. That was my specialty. Other times you do it with the prosecutor and later in court.

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    • chemman says:

      That works because of lack of self control. We live in a culture that needs to have every moment filled with white noise even if the white noise is the sound of your own voice. I was in a deposition, civil not criminal, and the the opposition lawyer asked an open ended question (the state I lived in only allowed yes/no questions for depositions. I sat quietly for over 15 minutes and refused to fill the silence. The lawyer was stunned as it had never happened to her before. When it comes to criminal interviews I ascribe to what I learned in a 1 hour law lecture split between a law professor and a police sergeant. Silence is golden.

      Also forensics can lie because the data has to be interpreted. A deputy says he saw an approximately 40 mm measurement when none of the pictures supported that. Then says he saw a corresponding measurement consistent with the approximately 40mm measurement and the pictures for that, taken by the deputy, are all 37.2 mm. The judge believes him because after all the deputy wouldn’t lie.

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  26. jason says:

    hard to make out much from this video, but people are speculating it may be Jeff who was involved in this fight caught in news footage.

    From what I can see, ,similar build and has a spot that very much resembles the star tattoo on his neck. Would explain the supposed ‘bruising’ the gag Bishop is claiming came from cops.

    http://www.kmov.com/special-coverage-001/video/RAW-Protesters-fight-outside-Ferguson-Police-Department–296043661.html

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