Friday, October 17, 2014

Michael Brown's blood on Officer Wilson's gun

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Darren Wilson               Michael Brown      
Darren Wilson, the Ferguson Police Department officer who shot and fatally wounded 18 year old Michael Brown told investigators he was pinned inside of his car by Brown and feared for his life as he struggled with Brown for his own gun.  He also told investigators that the gun fired twice in the car.  Forensic tests concur.  Brown was struck in the arm by one of those bullets and the other bullet missed.  Forensic tests showed Brown's blood on the gun as well as on the interior door panel and on Officer Wilson's uniform.

According to Wilson, Brown punched and scratched him repeatedly leaving his face swollen with lacerations to his face and neck.

There is no way Darren Wilson will be arrested.  His job, as an officer of the law, is to protect citizens above all else.  He shot Brown to protect other people from Brown's rage.  Only someone high or mentally ill would do what Brown is accused of doing to Darren Wilson.

In an interview, Benjamin Crump, attorney for the Brown family said:
“What the police say is not to be taken as gospel,” Mr. Crump said, adding that Officer Wilson should be indicted by the grand jury and his case sent to trial. “He can say what he wants to say in front of a jury. They can listen to all the evidence and the people can have it transparent so they know that the system works for everybody.”
He added: “The officer’s going to say whatever he’s going to say to justify killing an unarmed kid. Right now, they have this secret proceeding where nobody knows what’s happening and nobody knows what’s going on. No matter what happened in the car, Michael Brown ran away from him.” [LINK]