Look, the most likely scenerio, that was talked about early on, and is proving as the case goes on to be the correct one is this
Brown, and his friend strong arm rob a store of cigarellos, and as they are walking down the street they are approached by Officer Wilson, in his patrol SUV, and told to get out of the roadway. Then Wilson pulls ahead of them and parks to make sure he observes them following his instruction. Now, these two don't know why he is parked the car, and is observing them, their paranoia tells them they are about to be arrested, during this time the call for the robbery comes over the radio, and these two fit the description, so as Wilson starts to get out to confront them again, Brown punches him back into the car, and struggles for the gun....Now, it is no longer petty theft for robbery, Now it is Assault of a police officer, Attempted murder of a police officer. So, as Brown and his friend start to walk away thinking that they beat up a cop, and can walk away, they hear Wilson order them to stop. Brown being already shot in the hand from the struggle, turns and taunts Wilson saying "What? You gonna shoot me" as he advances toward Wilson, and Wilson as he should shoots Brown until the threat is stopped. period.
Nothing else in my mind is anything other than ridiculous bs.
Your statement of racial ignorance and always side on the cop side is an opinion not based in fact. Why do you believe those who support the LEO are influenced by racial ignorance? Seems you are the one blind to what the facts are telling about the incident.
FWIW from The Washington Post:
Evidence supports officerFerguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown after they fought for control of the officer’s gun and after Brown moved toward Wilson as they faced off in the street, according to interviews, news accounts and the full report of the St. Louis County autopsy of Brown’s body...
Some of the physical evidence — including blood spatter analysis, shell casings and ballistics tests — also supports Wilson’s account of the shooting, The Post’s sources said, which cast Brown as an aggressor who threatened the officer’s life. The sources spoke on condition of anonymity because they are prohibited from publicly discussing the case.
As noted in previous comments on this case, I thought that one should wait for the facts to become clear rather than rushing to judgment. I welcomed the Grand Jury examination of the evidence.
and what appears to be significant is that while the victim is alleged by the shooter to have continued to threaten him, those other - more objective - witnesses saw a young man who was defenseless, wounded, and in a subordinating position. hardly the target identified as a threat to the shooter, at the time he was killed by said shooter
They failed to specifically mention whether the anonymous eyewitnesses heard Wilson say "get on the ground" as he claims he did. They also failed to specifically mention whether the anonymous eyewitnesses said that Brown had his hands in the air after he turned around towards Wilson. They failed to specifically mention whether the anonymous eyewitnesses said that Brown charged at Wilson.
And again, and most importantly, their source for all of this information is undoubtedly law enforcement. The same law enforcement that said that the entire scene from the car door to the shooting was 35 feet. The same law enforcement that said that there were too many specific requests for the store surveillance video to hold back, but then couldn't produce any.