posted on Aug, 18 2014 @ 05:54 PM
Well it seems, the more that evidence comes out the more it corroborates the idea that this was a clean shooting in full accordance with the law.
You know how people are always saying "Why didn't the police shoot so and so in the leg first?"
The autopsy shows us that the officer did indeed fire four non-lethal shots to the arm before taking the two fatal head shots.
The autopsy also shows us that contrary to the testimony of the accomplice Brown WAS NOT SHOT IN THE BACK.
Freedom 12 posted this:The cop has told his family and friends the following -
1) After initial contact with the teens about getting out of the street he pulled over to the side of the street, then claims he heard on Police radio
about the robbery and description matched teens.
2)Officer claimed teens ran after initial struggle/discharge of officers gun inside squad car. He then says teens stopped, turned around, and talked #
to him. At that point M Brown charged him, officer fired multiple rounds, with first few impacts on M Brown' s arms. Then as M Brown continued to
charge the officer despite being struck 4 times, the officer then fired 2 head shots dropping M Brown just a few feet short of the officer. Officer
also thinks M Brown was most likely intoxicated in some form.
This fits perfectly with the autopsy as well, here is a quote from the Doctor “This one here looks like his head was bent downward,” he said,
indicating the wound at the very top of Mr. Brown’s head. “It can be because he’s giving up, or because he’s charging forward at the
This also corroborates the officer's story.
Nobody wants to hear this though because the truth is a bitter pill to swallow and there's lot's of money to be made in a civil lawsuit, you don't
think those "free" lawyers showed up at the Brown family's door out of the goodness of their hearts do you?
This doesn't look like a watershed moment in Posse Comitatus anymore, it looks like a clean shooting.