Police: Officer Wasn't Aware Michael Brown Was Suspect in Alleged Robbery - WSJ
Unless it's stated otherwise, the officer didn't know that Brown was a suspect and stopped him only because they were walking in the street.Chief Thomas Jackson also released documents and surveillance video, alleging that Mr. Brown was tied to a robbery at a convenience store shortly before he crossed paths with police. Hours later, Mr. Jackson held another news conference in which he said Mr. Wilson, who is white, wasn't aware of the robbery when he stopped Mr. Brown.
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It seemed that the Brown family's attorneys were lying through their teeth in the press conference. I don't see how the autopsy picture suggests he was shot from a back-to-front manner (as Crump and Park stated). The autopsy suggested he was shot from the front, how the attorneys could say otherwise....how? Also, in a cellphone video (Mike Brown EyeWitness Crime Scene Video Ferguson, MO - YouTube), there is a discussion around 6:28 with an eyewitness saying that Brown doubled back and rushed towards the police officer..
It seemed as if Baden was pressured into not saying that it was possible Brown was charging at officer Wilson, he was crowded and at the end ushered off by Crump, who said to a someone in the audience "we don't need to answer your question. Let's go, let's go."
Am I missing anything? How can the attorneys twist the autopsy picture to say that he was shot in a back-to-front manner?