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  • The Scriptorium

    12/3/2014

    Several Black Witnesses Largely Back Up Officer’s Account Of Michael Brown Shooting

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 3:33 am

    At least some people in Ferguson are willing to tell the truth, and not get suckered by the delusional rants proffered up by Sharpton and his like minded race baiters. The one’s who won’t look at the facts of the case and listen to the eye witness testimony choose not to because it doesn’t fit the narrative. They’re supposed to be victims by proxy, and they like it that way. Whatever it takes to justify their barbaric behavior.

    Over a half-dozen black witnesses who have testified before a grand jury deciding whether to indict the police officer who killed Michael Brown have provided testimony that “largely supports” Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson’s account of events, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.

    Sources told The Washington Post that seven or eight black witnesses gave testimony before the grand jury that was “consistent” with Wilson’s account, but that none have spoken out publicly about what they witnessed because they fear for their safety.

    Many of the witnesses to Brown’s death who have come forward have told the same basic story about Brown’s final moments, saying that Brown was attempting to surrender and had his hands in the air when the officer fired the fatal shots. But there have been a string of recent leaks of information that backs up Wilson’s account of the confrontation.

    The New York Times reported that forensic evidence showed that Brown’s blood was on the gun and that other evidence was consistent with Wilson’s account of the shooting, and The St. Louis Post-Dispatch obtained an autopsy of Brown that also indicates he may have struggled with the officer for control of his weapon while the officer was still in the vehicle.

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