Evidence Supports Police Officer Darren Wilson’s Account of Shooting in Ferguson, MO in Shooting of Michael Brown … Eric Holder Only Concerned About Info Leaks, Not the Truth
So what happens if Police officer Darin Wilson is not found guilty or even indicted? Will Barack Obama, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson apologize?
The WAPO reports that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown fought for control of the officer’s gun, then later Wilson shot Brown dead as the teenager confronted the police officer. Hmm, that is a much different story than was originally told and the MSM misreporting. The evidence is starting to point to officer Wilson did nothing wrong. According to the WAPO, 7 or 8 African American eyewitnesses have provided testimony consistent with Wilson’s account, but none have spoken publicly out of fear for their safety. A note to the folks in Ferguson, there is a difference between justice and vengeance.
Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown fought for control of the officer’s gun, and Wilson fatally shot the unarmed teenager after he moved toward the officer as they faced off in the street, according to interviews, news accounts and the full report of the St. Louis County autopsy of Brown’s body.
Because Wilson is white and Brown was black, the case has ignited intense debate over how police interact with African American men. But more than a half-dozen unnamed black witnesses have provided testimony to a St. Louis County grand jury that largely supports Wilson’s account of events of Aug. 9, according to several people familiar with the investigation who spoke with The Washington Post.
Some of the physical evidence — including blood spatter analysis, shell casings and ballistics tests — also supports Wilson’s account of the shooting, The Post’s sources said, which casts Brown as an aggressor who threatened the officer’s life. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they are prohibited from publicly discussing the case.
The grand jury is expected to complete its deliberations next month over whether Wilson broke the law in confronting Brown, and the pending decision appears to be prompting the unofficial release of information about the case and what the jurors have been told.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch late Tuesday night published Brown’s official county autopsy report, an analysis of which also suggests that the 18-year-old may not have had his hands raised when he was fatally shot, as has been the contention of protesters who have demanded Wilson’s arrest.
However, Benjamin L. Crump, an attorney for the Brown family, stated that any facts that support police officer Darren Wilson’s will never be accepted as the truth by Brown’s supporters or family. Far be it that the facts get in the way of a riot in Ferguson, MO.
Benjamin L. Crump, an attorney for the Brown family, said Brown’s family and supporters will not be convinced by the autopsy report or eyewitness statements that back Wilson’s account of the incident.
The family has not believed anything the police or this medical examiner has said,” Crump said. “They have their witnesses. We have seven witnesses that we know about that say the opposite.”