30 feet is only 10 yards. Dont watch much football do you?Text over audio is an old trick employed to get people to think they heard something that they didn't.
At first such a ploy seems like a courtesy to help the listener to understand hard to hear passages.
The person at the source of the recording is obviously trying to make the case for Wilson, so I distrust anything that he typed.
"Running" in street vernacular indicates an attempt to get away. Running towards someone would be described as "rushing" not running, just as Excon has, from the football terminology ( rushing the quarterback).
The guy said, he was running, then coming towards the police, indicating Brown ran away then turned and came towards him, in a slow walk, not a run.
Neither this man nor anyone else ever described Brown as running towards Wilson with his head down.
Besides it makes no sense ...no one would rush with their head facing down when their destination was still over thirty feet away.
That posture may occur in the last few feet just before impact, but not at over thirty feet away.
No one would "rush" the shooter from thirty+ feet away after that shooter had just shot them. The only sensible thing for someone to do in that situation would be to surrender hands up and to lie down, face down to get them to stop shooting.
That is exactly what Brown was trying to do.
At that point, an out of control raging Wilson vengefully shot the prone, or near prone kid, twice IN THE HEAD.
The thought that an un-armed teen would run head long, face down towards someone who had already shot them four times from over thirty feet away is absurd fantasy.
It is a search, and a reach, for any scenario that could possibly justify a murder of an un-armed kid murdered in a blind rage.
It doesn't make sense because it didn't happen.