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originally posted by: AlaskanDad
How does one that is six foot four inches tall get his head down far enough for a bullet to enter the top of the head and exit out the jaw? Oh I know he took a four point football stance immediately in front of the officer, right?
Now was that before the other five shots or after?
originally posted by: GogoVicMorrow
a reply to: FirePiston
Btw it doesn't prove anything. I think the idiot ran toward the cop may be, who knows why, but the shooting was unjustified.
The police department indicates it has 12 eyewitnesses to the shooting who confirm officer Wilson's account, and Wilson has an eye orbital fracture which is also consistent with his claim that Brown reached into the police car and attacked him. We also have been informed from the Brown family's pathologist that marijuana was found in Brown's body. There may be more drugs, as the toxicology report is not due in for weeks.(Apparently the drug of choice there is swisher cigarillos (which we see Brown stealing) hollowed out, filled with marijuana and dipped in PCP before smoking. We do not know if Brown did have PCP in his body, but if he did the 300 pounder would have been likely very dangerous. Read more: www.americanthinker.com... Follow us: @AmericanThinker on Twitter | AmericanThinker on Facebook
Possibly, these findings might bear on Michael Brown’s erratic behavior in Ferguson, Mo., before his tragic death. We know that the 6-foot-4, 292-pound teenager was at least on marijuana. We know that 10 minutes before he was shot, he robbed a liquor store of cheap cigars. And at least some of us know that those Swisher Sweet cigars are used as a conduit for ingesting a mixture of PCP and marijuana. My guess is that Brown’s senseless death was brought on by what the psychiatrists mentioned above have referred to as psychosis and permanent brain injury. Read more: www.washingtontimes.com... Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter
Regardless the shooting was unjustified.