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  • Yes, it's more believable after seeing the video

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Thread: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by Gardener View Post
    But he's just a "teenager", Nota -- a poor, defenseless teenager!
    Um, who is saying that? ? Please cite.

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by Gardener View Post
    But he's just a "teenager", Nota -- a poor, defenseless teenager!

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by Gardener View Post
    Ah -- even more bizarre fantasies.
    Well, I once fanatasized that right wingers could actually comprehened logic for 5 min. and turn off foxnews, limbaugh, hannity, etc., but then I woke up.

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    In another thread, you've insinuated that the vid-cam footage was faked. I wonder if you still think this, given that it's been confirmed who the guy strong-arming the tiny-by-comparison clerk was.
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    Careful, those are some big, adult words you are using: confirmed, insinuated. I recommend that you not use such words until you actually know what they mean.

    By Occam's Razor (another word to which you're not likely familiar), that's the explanation for him not being charged, given all the OTHER known facts.
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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by Superfly View Post
    Good kid, college bound, straight A student, never gotten into trouble before - Between this place and others, I've heard all this.
    However, that day, he felt like robbing a convenience store to throw away his life. Makes sense to me

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    This may honestly go under conspiracy theories but Michael Brown was shot six minutes after the robbery, at a location nearly a mile away? Unless he was flat out booking it out of there (If that was him) He couldn't have made it that far, plus the person in the robbery video walked out... What I'm getting at, is all this seems fishy and I don't believe that was actually Michael Brown.

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by solletica View Post
    Well, I once fanatasized that right wingers could actually comprehened logic for 5 min. and turn off foxnews, limbaugh, hannity, etc., but then I woke up.
    While I have certainly encountered many incredibly unintelligent people who refer to me as a "right winger", the truth of the matter is that I voted for Obama, not just once, but twice.
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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by solletica View Post
    However, that day, he felt like robbing a convenience store to throw away his life. Makes sense to me
    Well, if you really understood the concept of Occam's razor, the simplest explanation would be that he does this sort of thing all the time in life, strong arming when he's denied something he wants, and he finally reached an age and size where his behavior could no longer be excused by youth.

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by solletica View Post
    Well, I once fanatasized that right wingers could actually comprehened logic for 5 min. and turn off foxnews, limbaugh, hannity, etc., but then I woke up.
    Go for comprehending it first yourself, then you might be surprised at how much others actually have understood all along.

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    Re: More believable that Michael brown was violent??

    Quote Originally Posted by Broadcaster_Red View Post
    This may honestly go under conspiracy theories but Michael Brown was shot six minutes after the robbery,
    It doesn't make sense that he robbed a store--if that were true, then the whole story as reported in the media is inconsistent, because, had there been such a robbery, the following would've happened. . .

    1) The cops would've told the media about the robbery immediately, based on the police report filed by the store employee, to redeem their image, instead of waiting.

    2) Dorian Johnson, who supposedly participated in the robbery, would've been immediately arrested after he was seen in the surveillance video and charged w/a crime.

    3) Most likely, Michael Brown would've had a criminal record, since it's extremely unlikely that one commits a convenience store robbery w/out any prior history of such behavior.

    Whenever there are inconsistencies in a story, logic demands that at least one of the reported statements is false.

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