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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    You are not on the Grand Jury so you opinion matters not.
    Other Ferguson cops have been recorded by the press using worse language ... directed at the public for all to hear.


    My opinion is at least consistent with the autopsy results.

    You want to know who's opinion is absolutely worthless ? Yours.

    Especially when you consider the embellishments you've added.

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Sabanist View Post
    30 feet is only 10 yards. Dont watch much football do you?
    They weren't playing football and at 300 pounds Brown was no running-back.

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptic View Post
    Then why was he stopped? And if Wilson stopped them for a serious offense, why did he not call it in?

    In all probability, the two men were stopped for walking down the middle of the street. They were violating a law and then given a lawful order by a police officer.

    This fact pattern support's Wilson's position. What then goes off on a tangent is that a macho contest quickly ensued.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    Yet none of that proves he wasn't murdered, only that:
    A witness lied/didn't remember clearly.
    That the deceased was involved in a robbery prior to his death.


    It does not eliminate the possibility that the police officer inexplicably decided to kill the deceased for no good reason.

    People who have chosen sides on this, and that includes the protesters/rioters, are jumping to conclusions.

    I'm not so naive as to actually think that Dorian Johnson " forgot " what he just witnessed.

    He embellished to the point of creating a false narrative that fueled the riots and the protest.

    Even CNN is starting to question his credibility now as a witness.

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    I'm not so naive as to actually think that Dorian Johnson " forgot " what he just witnessed.

    He embellished to the point of creating a false narrative that fueled the riots and the protest.

    Even CNN is starting to question his credibility now as a witness.
    Witnesses remember things incorrectly all the time. I'm not saying it's likely, but it is possible.
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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    They weren't playing football and at 300 pounds Brown was no running-back.
    No, in the narrative that has been discussed. Brown was running at the officer. You think he was running straight up and down as in a light jog.

    10 yards can be traveled while running in a matter of seconds. Given the adrenaline that brown likely had pumping through his veins, ill bet he moved like a running back

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    What " myth " ??

    Johnson said Brown was shot in the back.

    The autopsy results proved that he was LYING.

    Johnson also failed to acknowledge that he was just involved in a strong arm robbery. A FELONY.

    The only MYTH was the narrative that he was gunned down in cold blood, shot in the back after he was " pulled into the Cop car against his will ".
    Being "shot in the back" is not inconsistent with being "shot from behind".

    Johnson has not been charged with any crime from incidents that occurred on the day of the homicide.

    The graze wound to the right forearm was described as coming from the front or behind at the autopsy press conference.

    Being pulled "into" a car is not the same as being pulled "inside" a car.

    Johnson remains a credible and compelling witness.

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptic View Post
    Then why was he stopped? And if Wilson stopped them for a serious offense, why did he not call it in?

    In all probability, the two men were stopped for walking down the middle of the street. They were violating a law and then given a lawful order by a police officer.

    This fact pattern support's Wilson's position. What then goes off on a tangent is that a macho contest quickly ensued.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    Witnesses remember things incorrectly all the time. I'm not saying it's likely, but it is possible.

    Its not likely that his lapses in memory would include substantial embellishments.

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptic View Post
    Then why was he stopped? And if Wilson stopped them for a serious offense, why did he not call it in?

    In all probability, the two men were stopped for walking down the middle of the street. They were violating a law and then given a lawful order by a police officer.

    This fact pattern support's Wilson's position. What then goes off on a tangent is that a macho contest quickly ensued.
    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    Being "shot in the back" is not inconsistent with being "shot from behind".

    Johnson has not been charged with any crime from incidents that occurred on the day of the homicide.

    The graze wound to the right forearm was described as coming from the front or behind at the autopsy press conference.

    Being pulled "into" a car is not the same as being pulled "inside" a car.

    Johnson remains a credible and compelling witness.

    LOL !!

    He's only " credible " to the people that made up their minds on day one that this kid was murdered.

    Your desperate attempt to perpetuate that false narrative is proof of that

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenton View Post
    Wrong, Dorian is on video as a accomplice to a strong arm robbery.

    A FELONY.

    Also, Dr Baden clearly stated that the shots came from the front

    Maybe you just need to watch the video again a d stop using your imagination.
    I repeat... Dorian has not been charged with ANYTHING on the day of the homicide. He was present but did not participate in the robbery.
    Baden said all the bullet wounds came from the front but the direction of the graze to the forearm could not be determined.
    I watched the press conference several times ...you obviously did not.

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    Re: ACLU: Ferguson police report on Michael brown's death violates law [W: 209]

    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptic View Post
    Then why was he stopped? And if Wilson stopped them for a serious offense, why did he not call it in?

    In all probability, the two men were stopped for walking down the middle of the street. They were violating a law and then given a lawful order by a police officer.

    This fact pattern support's Wilson's position. What then goes off on a tangent is that a macho contest quickly ensued.
    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Ewer View Post
    I repeat... Dorian has not been charged with ANYTHING on the day of the homicide. He was present but did not participate in the robbery.
    Baden said all the bullet wounds came from the front but the direction of the graze to the forearm could not be determined.
    I watched the press conference several times ...you obviously did not.

    Lol...

    You" watched it " ?

    Then how on earth could you continue to perpetuate the BS " shot in the back " narrative ?

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