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Prof. Parcells said a wound on Brown’s right arm was “consistent with a witness statement” that Brown was first shot while facing away from Wilson,
originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Sremmos80
Oh don't worry what I might think.
I won't be doing any damage.
Somebody else will.
This story will get twisted 16 ways from next Sunday by tomorrow.
The phones are ringing.
The dogs are barking.
Wow!! Did you really just say you know where the first three hit brown?
How could you possibly know that?
But Mr. Parcells was emphatic Dr. Baden, who did review the pre-embalming photographs Mr. Parcells took, was physically present and conducted the official second forensic examination of Mr. Brown’s body on August 17th.