It probably looked like he was since the officer was shooting at him while his back was turned.1.) Hew cute. You thought I was speaking to that previous incident.
2.) He lied in this case. Brown was not shot in the back.
Neither does the Ferguson police chief. He said there was a struggle in patrol car for the gun before it went off. The coroner didn't find any gun powder residue on Brown's hands or any sign of a struggle on his body.What a ridiculous assertion. Darian has no credibility.
Long enough to see that the victim was wounded and unarmed with his hands up.Still not a long time.
Alleged by you. Several witnesses saw MB get hit or grazed from behind.Wrong.
What is being alleged is that Brown turned to face the Officer at that point.
That is impossible given the number of shots after the pause, 4, and the unofficial autopsy reporting that all shots came from the front, at least 6.
So Brown would have had to turn before the last 4 shots to get 6. Duh!
"The cop gets out of his vehicle shooting," Tiffany Mitchell said. "(Brown's) body jerked as if he was hit from behind, and he turned around, and he put his hands up. ... The cop continued to fire until he just dropped down to the ground, and his face just smacks the concrete."
Piaget Crenshaw, Mitchell's co-worker, said she saw what happened from her apartment while waiting for Mitchell....."He started chasing after the boy. I'm hearing shots fired ... one did graze him. ... At the end he just turned around ... and then was shot multiple times."
Whoa, look at the pot calling the kettle black.What has become apparent. is that you chose a side without knowing the evidence and are now attempting to justify the side you took.
What a shame