The protestors are upset that details are starting to leak out... After being upset for so long that everything was secretive.
Police and protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, clashed once again Wednesday night as tensions boiled over during a planned demonstration against the shooting of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in August.Activists said the leak of the report to the newspaper simply added to tensions in the community, which has been the site of numerous protests, including last nights where there have been regular clashes between demonstrators and police, in the 10 weeks since the shooting.
Why did Wilson not use pepper spray, after Brown was moving away from the car, then coming back toward Wilson, still outside the cruiser?
Why did Wilson not have a stun gun with him?
Evidence supports officer
How did Our Oil get under Their Sand?
He had already wounded the suspect with little responce and he continue to attack. The officer was indeed worried about his own life at that point.
32 “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. 33 But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.
[QUOTE=Excon;1063898763]As you were told.
It is what happens when thugs bite off more than they can chew.
You are speaking utter nonsense.
actually, his dismissal from the police force WAS for racial bigotryNo, his discharge was not for racial bigotry.
the entire force was terminated because of it
no. my information tracks news stories such as this one:That is your bigotry speaking.
Cop Who Killed Michael Brown Formerly Worked for Police Dept. Disbanded for Racism, Corruption | Americans Against the Tea PartyDarren Wilson’s first police job was in the small town of Jennings, MO–and the police department had such a troubled history with racial tensions between white officers and black residents that the city eventually disbanded it. Three years ago, every single officer–including Wilson–was fired, and new people were hired in an effort to regain credibility with residents.
yes, that job continued to exist. only it was filled instead by another LEO who was found not to be tainted by a history of racist behaviorHis discharge was because his job no longer existed because the Department was disbanded.
every member of that jennings police department was fired. because of the persistence of racial bigotry they exhibited. including the shooter of the young black man
and one must question why a innocent would have been fired for racist actions while serving as a law enforcement officerWhy it was disbanded was not attributable to him.
now, let's all ponder what a "clean record" would look like within a police department which was disbanded because its members were found to act in a racist manner towards the black community it was intended to serveAnd he had a clean record at that department.
and then let's also ponder why a police officer who was innocent of racist charges did nothing to preserve his job; he took no action to resist his firing for engaging in racist behavior. he did nothing to preserve his integrity as an honest cop. instead he was fired for being a member of a department which was found to engage in racist actions
That is a ridiculously absurd claim.
You do understand that the interviews came before this testimony, right?
You do understand that it is reported that he said during interviews that he did not remember, right?
You do understand that other witnesses have him telling Brown to stop before turning, right?
You do understand that the GJ testimony came after his interviews, right?
Interviews ~ didn't remember
After interviews ~ remembered
During GJ testimony ~ relayed what he remembered
So how is it that you do not understand that him remembering what happened (especially as it was witnessed by others) prior to testifying to the GJ allowed him to testify to such?
That is how things work with memory, or did you also not know that?
And yet you want to call it a lie. That is just stupid.
And what is funny about this is your focus on something that is completely irrelevant.
Whether or not he remembered makes absolutely no difference to what happened prior to Brown turning, or after he turned and began approaching him.
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not the victim ... except for the portion of him which would fit into the driver side window
and if anyone were to be tugged into such a window would your immediate response not be fight or flee
and that's what happened. he fought until he was able to flee
and when he was fleeing, he was no threat to the shooter
and witnesses tell us the young black man subordinated himself before the cop. at that time he was twenty feet away from the shooter. there was no 'threat' to the shooter
"with little response" does not square with witness accounts. the black victim ran FROM the police SUV and was twenty feet from the shooting cop. he was in a subordinate position, offering no resistanceHe had already wounded the suspect with little responce and he continue to attack.
there was no basis for the cop to shoot at that time
with the young black man now twenty feet away, in a subordinated position, and wounded. and notably, without an armed weapon. please share with us why the shooter was still worried about his own life at this pointThe officer was indeed worried about his own life at that point.
and this is significant because there are some who are trying to paint the hand movement away from the surrender position validates the shooter's belief that he was threatened by the shooting victim at the time the shots were fired
You would also, apparently, believe that no one slammed the door shut when Wilson attempted to exit his vehicle.. it just bounced off someone and closed on the officer