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Monday, August 18, 2014

Fox News - Youtube Video surfaces in which narrative appears to substantiate Officer's account of Brown shooting in Ferguson. Discredits "he was walking away" witnesses.

Here's a link to the story.


CNN has a tiny bi line article referring to this.  It seems as of right now only Fox News is giving the story any real space.  Like the convenience store video that the Governor of Missouri and Eric Holder tried to suppress, it doesn't support " Saint Michael the Gentle Giant narrative of MSM."

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  1. Also now that the first autopsy is done, some are trying to twist the story that "yes he was facing the cop but had his hands up." and got shot 4 times in the arms....

    NO. those were center mass shots that went to his left and hit Brown's right arm.

    Rest assured the defending attorney won't miss that video when the trial comes up.

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  2. I hope they don't indict the cop, but given the "throw the mob a bone" attitude of the feds and the limp member Governor of Missouri, it's almost inevitable. What I am wondering is what justification the feds are using to come in there and just kick the local prosecutor , local police, etc out of the whole business. Probably the same nonsense the Justice Department uses to do the same thing in the South, which is the premise that we aren't capable of governing ourselves down here and need to be "controlled" by the more intelligent people in Washington D.C.

    If I were that cop, I'd be dusting off my passport and heading for Mexico. He hasn't got a chance in hell of a fair shake, since all the NAACP and the local mob want is to blame the police and create a myth about this thug, to wit that he was a peaceful gentle giant, on his way to grandma's house when he was brutally set up and murdered by "Whitey." Personally, I'm getting pretty tired of that particular narrative

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    1. It's now being reported that he had marijuana in his system which I was waiting on that to come out.

      This gives the defense even more "ammo" to use against the inevitable charges against him.

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    2. Well, the police officer can come hideout here if he needs to.

      The Gentle Giant B.S. is coming apart at the seams. Now it's more typical, the thuggish doper who thinks he can walk all over anybody, do anything he wants, because he's a member of a protected ethnic group.

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  3. The video of this thug assaulting the storeowner just moments before was enough for me. The businessman should have been packing and ended things right there. I'm really getting tired of the media stirring the pot. Seems like no matter what, the "protected class" is going to support thuggery despite any facts that come out. Governor Nixon is right to call out the guard. --Troy

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  4. Hey, Troy. Good to hear from you.

    Somebody sure needs to do something. Figuratively kissing the behinds of the looters has not had the desired effect of quieting things down. Having Blowjama go on the national airwaves and portray himself as the looters confidant and soul mate didn't help. I have been singularly unimpressed with the Governor of Missouri, but even a rat will bite you when it's cornered. I hope the Guard puts the lid on things, but I have my doubts. Free shopping and the chance for a little burning and Whitey baiting is a powerful lure for young people who don't have to go work the next day.

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  5. i feel sorry for the good people who live there.they probably go in fear of their lives and virtue 24 hours per day.
    if they had the opportunity i'm sure they would all be gone to more peaceful shores wiin 24 hours.
    may God protect them!

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    1. Even with all the evidence that the police officer acted in self defense, and that "Michael the Gentle Giant" was actually "Michael the thug" they still haven't cleared the police officer. I think the politicians are afraid of the mob.

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