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Saturday Aug. 9
11:48 a.m. to noon – An officer responds to a call of a sick person.
11:51 a.m. – Another call comes in about a robbery at a convenience store. The dispatcher gives a description of the robber and says the suspect is walking toward the Quick Trip convenience store.
12:01 p.m. – The officer [Darren Wilson] encounters Michael Brown and a friend as they walk down a street. Brown is shot to death as a result of the encounter.
12:04 p.m. – A second officer arrives on the scene followed by a supervisor one minute later. An ambulance responding to the earlier sick person call drives by and responds to assess Brown.
The date and time stamps correspond to the video footage provided. The entire incident takes place on Saturday, 08/09/2014 between 12:52:58hrs and 11:54:00hrs
08/09/2014 11:52:53 whi shirt b/m qt, box cigars
08/09/2014 11:55:06 NO ONE WALKING N/B IN A WHITE T-SHIRT.
08/09/2014 11:57:47 SUSPECT WEARING RED CARDS CAP, YELLOW SOCKS, W/ANOTHER MALE SUBJECT WALKING TOWARDS QT AT THIS TIME
08/09/2014 11:58:04 KHAKI SHORTS
08/09/2014 12:09:48 (blank) was advised
08/09/2014 18:54:26 STILL SEE NO ONE MATCHING THAT DISCRIPTION (sic)
Officer Wilson, who was not responding to the robbery, had stopped to speak with Mr. Brown and a friend, Dorian Johnson. The Ferguson police chief, Thomas Jackson, said that it was around the time that Officer Wilson started talking to the two that he realized they fit the description of the suspects in the convenience store robbery.
law enforcement officials say witnesses and forensic analysis have shown that Officer Wilson did sustain an injury during the struggle in the car.
As Officer Wilson got out of his car, the men were running away. The officer fired his weapon but did not hit anyone, according to law enforcement officials.
According to his account to the Ferguson police, Officer Wilson said that Mr. Brown had lowered his arms and moved toward him, law enforcement officials said. Fearing that the teenager was going to attack him, the officer decided to use deadly force.
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar did say Brown was hit “multiple times” and died about 35 feet from the police car where the confrontation occurred
originally posted by: abe froman
At around 11:48 am while officer Wilson, a responsible citizen hard at work on the job, was responding to a sick person call, a self-proclaimed gangsta thug by the name of Mike Brown, was slamming a tiny little man to the ground while stealing cigars with which to use the drugs that were later found in his system, as shown on video which some people would love to ignore to push their agenda.
There, fixed that for you.
Law enforcement officer's use of force in making an arrest.
563.046. 1. A law enforcement officer need not retreat or desist from efforts to effect the arrest, or from efforts to prevent the escape from custody, of a person he reasonably believes to have committed an offense because of resistance or threatened resistance of the arrestee. In addition to the use of physical force authorized under other sections of this chapter, he is, subject to the provisions of subsections 2 and 3, justified in the use of such physical force as he reasonably believes is immediately necessary to effect the arrest or to prevent the escape from custody.
2. The use of any physical force in making an arrest is not justified under this section unless the arrest is lawful or the law enforcement officer reasonably believes the arrest is lawful.
3. A law enforcement officer in effecting an arrest or in preventing an escape from custody is justified in using deadly force only
(1) When such is authorized under other sections of this chapter; or
(2) When he reasonably believes that such use of deadly force is immediately necessary to effect the arrest and also reasonably believes that the person to be arrested
(a) Has committed or attempted to commit a felony; or
(b) Is attempting to escape by use of a deadly weapon; or
(c) May otherwise endanger life or inflict serious physical injury unless arrested without delay.
4. The defendant shall have the burden of injecting the issue of justification under this section.
was slamming a tiny little man to the ground
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: abe froman
was slamming a tiny little man to the ground
Well this didn't happen so your lying and nothing else you said can be taken as truth.
originally posted by: GogoVicMorrow
a reply to: tinner07
Kids play street hockey. I'm sure these guys weren't impesing a busy higheay.
Thw murder rests on the murderer