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Dorian Johnson Recants Media Statement ?

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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 02:56 PM
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originally posted by: Mikeultra
Wow, Dorian got all cleaned up. He's on CNN right now. Halfway decent haircut. Oops, lawyer cut him off from talking to Don Lemon. Says Dorian is cooperating with the FBI as a witness!


The issue Dorian is going to have is his credibility. The moment he takes the stand his credibility will be called into question based on the differing accounts he has given.

The federal witness is for the civil rights violation, not the criminal portion at the state level. Dorian will be Pandora box for the prosecution. I will be shocked if he takes the stand in either encounter.




posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:52 PM
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a reply to: Xcathdra
Dorian definitely is not too smart. His lawyer knows that, so he had to jump in real quick before Dorian screwed up his pay day. I did hear Don Lemon ask him, "If you could have done something different that day, what would it have been?" I was thinking he would have said that they should not have robbed the store, stop smoking so much dope, stay on the sidewalk, and not talk trash to the police and assault them. No, all Dorian could say was he should have stayed in the house. I guess that means if he goes outdoors he's more than likely up to no good.

Look at his mug shot from 2011. He was only about 19 then I think. It's hard to be sure because he lies all the time about his birth date. Look at the tattoos all over his neck. What is that all about? Gangsta? The 120 lb featherweight is trying to look like a tough guy? He'll be all set when he goes to prison eventually for perjury. Tattoos and saggy pants.

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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 11:27 PM
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a reply to: Mikeultra

naw ,,,he's safe as "churches",, (not the restaurant),,cause his best friend just had 3 White House
aids attend his best friends funeral.
And u know if he was to say that the killing was justified,
well it would make certain powerfull people look bad.
and u know that ain't gonna happen.

Cause the House always wins.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 02:28 AM
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a reply to: BobAthome

If I remember right Obama was forced to hold a beer summit after hitching his wagon to the wrong side when he first took office. Accusing an officer of racial profiling when the officer is the department certified racial profiling instructor pretty much proved Obama is only interested in race relations when he can blame white people.

I don't think I heard Obama talk about the black cop who shot the unarmed white kid in Utah.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 07:43 AM
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I don't remember who it was, but someone here said that certain politicians were hoping to use this shooting to stir up and motivate their base to vote. Being that some of them are finally starting to realize that they support some real losers (Jesse Jackson as proven at the Ferguson McDonalds confrontation). One of Mike Brown's relatives was rousing up the voters at the funeral! Who does that at a funeral? Keep on voting for people like William "Clay" Lacy, a member of the Democratic Socialist Party, he really has your best interests as his #1 priority! They can't see they're all part of a herd, being corralled into voting for a certain party that actually wants to keep them right where they are. They turned out in record numbers the last 2 elections (2008/2012) and that didn't change anything for them at all.
There's a half black (supposedly) man in the White House and they're still crying about being held down by the white man!


"Show up at the voting booths. Let your voices be heard, and let everyone know that we have had enough of all of this," said Eric Davis, one of Brown's cousins.



More than 4,500 mourners filled Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis for the service, which at times seemed like a cross between a gospel revival and a rock concert. It began with upbeat music punctuated by clapping. Some people danced in place.


At a funeral? Clapping and dancing?


Sharpton also took the black community to task, saying it should be as upset about black-on-black crime as it is about police violence: "We have to be outraged by our disrespect for each other." "Blackness," he added, "has never been about being a gangster or a thug."

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It's all about respect according to Sharpton...



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 12:01 PM
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originally posted by: Xcathdra
a reply to: BobAthome

If I remember right Obama was forced to hold a beer summit after hitching his wagon to the wrong side when he first took office. Accusing an officer of racial profiling when the officer is the department certified racial profiling instructor pretty much proved Obama is only interested in race relations when he can blame white people.

I don't think I heard Obama talk about the black cop who shot the unarmed white kid in Utah.



im begining to wonder if its just a game of

blue against red.

So its really crips against bloods? ill assume bloods is red?
cause there all just gangsters, right?

2008 United States presidential election results by county, on a color spectrum from Democratic blue to Republican red.






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