This is not the same as the blood trail supporting that Brown kept coming towrads the officer, as W10 (and Wilson) indicated - which is meanginful.. This is not the same as multiple witnesses saying Brown got shot in the back (which we know is untrue) and is meanginful .... This is not the same as a witness indcating that the first shot was to Brown's head then the officer approached and unloaded into a kneeling and surrendering Brown - which we also know is untrue and would be meaningful.
I admittedly couldn't get through the ridculousness of Odonnel's report... but from the two piece I saw.. It's dumb. Maybe you can summarize what you found so good about it...
He attaches to much importance to the mentioning of one of the witnesses in a press conference.
He assumes what retell means as it could mean he had already told it to the press or it could simply be the fact that the idiot O'Donnell got this from the FBI interview so of course he already told it to the other investigative agency which there is a record of.
And then he wrongly assumes what this means. "I seen the two guys walkin' down the street on the same sidewalk that I was on ..."
The witness clearly says they were walking down the Street. And as he said street, his following use of sidewalk would indicate he that it was the same street of the sidewalk he was on.
The guy is clearly saying they were in the street.
O'Donnell just doesn't like the verdict, probably because of his anti-gun nuttery and is grasping.
So no, he didn't impeach anything and he made no compelling argument.
If he had been able to present that foolishness to the GJ, they would have laughed him out of the room.
He made some absurd statements that he can't back up.
He neglected to tell you (lied) that there were other witnesses that said Brown was moving toward the Officer. Witness 48 specifically indicated that Brown was running at the Officer.
He doesn't get it and never will.
He says there is no real reason to believe Officer Wilson's account of Brown charging him.
That is bs.
There is reason to believe such and such an assertion is credible.
He charges the Officer shooting at him. D'oh!
Of course Brown charging Wilson is credible.
"The law is reason, free from passion."