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Now that we have access to a few basic facts, there really isn’t much of a mystery as to the basics of what happened concerning the shooting death of 18 year old, Michael Brown (the not-so “gentle giant”). It is now quite obvious that, prior to being shot, Michael Brown committed a robbery before he attacked a police officer…
Is there a long tradition of racism in Missouri? Yes.
Should we demilitarize our police force? Yes.
Is there such a thing as excessive force? Yes.
Did officer Darren Wilison have the right to shoot Mike Brown? Yes…
Apparently, Mike Brown attacked the cop – after he hit the cop with the car door. That’s why he was shot, and that’s what the evidence tends to show:
The reason the fact that “Big Mike” had just robbed a store wasn’t reported, was because it didn’t fit the “innocent victim of racism” narrative that had been created by the media – the “Gentle Giant” hypothesis… (some people are still clinging to this now debunked narrative)
While it may be true that Mike Brown was just days away from college; it is also true that he was just moments outside of having committed a strong-arm robbery.
Why does this matter? It matters because it gives motive for why Brown may have resisted, and possibly even attacked the officer.
I’ve gathered what the witnesses have said. They basically acquitted the cop when they spoke to the media:
Apparently, Mr. Johnson, isn’t real bright:
“Still in his car [the door had just closed-in on the officer], the officer then grabbed Brown by his neck, Johnson said.”
Me – The next question then becomes: if the car door had just “ricocheted” off both Johnson, and “Big Mike’s body,” knocking the cop back into his car, how did “Big Mike’s” neck get in the car for the officer to grab? If this ever makes it to trial, the officer will most likely be acquitted. I think this case will fall apart under close questioning.
“Witness Tiffany Mitchell was picking up Piaget Crenshaw for work when she saw Brown and the officer “tussling through the window.” Mitchell and Crenshaw concurred with Johnson, saying Brown appeared to be trying to pry himself away from the officer’s grasp [the same officer who had just been hit with his car door]. Brown had his hand on the police cruiser, trying to push himself away, Mitchell said.” “I didn’t get the video because a shot was fired through the window so I tried to get out of the way,” she said. “I pulled out my phone to try and get a video because it just didn’t look right, like, I didn’t know exactly what was going on, but I know it didn’t look right for someone to be wrestling with the police through the police window.” -Tiffany Mitchell
Yes, it sure didn’t look right. Hard for the officer to have been the aggressor if he was hit with his car door, and had a guy wrestling with him through the car window.
A strong case can be made that, Big Mike, who had just committed a strong-arm robbery, more than likely attacked this officer. And that’s by using Mike’s own witnesses!
“Brown was running away…”
Yes, according to witnesses, at one point Brown was running away – But, according to these same witnesses (and other information that we now have), this was AFTER Brown committed a strong-arm robbery, AFTER Brown hit the cop with the car door, AFTER Brown went through the widow of the car and apparently attacked the officer, and AFTER he was already shot, or at least shot at. (this info is NOT from the police, but from witnesses – including Johnson, Brown’s friend that was with him at the time of the shooting. The cop says that Brown tried to get his gun. This could very well be true).
THEN he started to run away. It was then that he was shot again. Guess what? The cops have the authority to shoot in a situation like that… Thus your motive for omitting about 80% of what the witnesses actually said… you pick-up the story at the end.
On the Mike Brown robbery video:
The press had the information about the robbery from the beginning, but failed to report it. I was aware of the possible robbery that Mike Brown was involved with from a twitter feed, and was waiting for it to go viral at some point. It was mentioned from the onset – NOT a big surprise. It’s not the police who released this information per say, as it was known from the beginning. They just confirmed what was being alleged. Also, the press put in the request for conformation on the robbery. “character assassination?” NOT… It’s just that the “Gentle Giant” theory which many people were drinking, was way off.
“I heard the date stamp on that robbery footage is 2014-06-09.”
Me- I can’t tell if the footage time-stamp says 06-09-2014, or 08-09-2014. What I do know, is that Freeman Bosley, the lawyer for Dorian Johnson, the friend of Michael Brown who was with him when he was shot, confirmed that Brown had taken cigars from the store shortly before the shooting, during an interview with msnbc:
“We need to see that tape, my client [Dorian Johnson] did tell us and told the FBI that they went into the store. He told FBI that [Brown] did take cigarillos. He told that to the DOJ and the St. Louis County Police.”
I’d say there is little doubt as to whether or not Mike Brown committed a strong-arm robbery just prior to being shot… he quite obviously did. There isn’t much use in arguing otherwise.
Also: On CNN, the store owner’s attorney is now confirming that Brown grabbed the cigars without paying.
The headline reads: ISIS ‘Systematically Beheading Children’ in Iraq – Now, where in the world would they have gotten that idea? “When ye encounter the infidels, strike off their heads till ye have made a great slaughter among them.” – Mohammed, founder of the religion of peace…
National spokesman for Iraqi Christians and Chaldean-American businessman Mark Arabo said the “evil” being carried out by ISIS militants in Iraq now includes shocking beheadings of children, and he praised President Barack Obama for authorizing an intervention in the crisis Thursday.
“They are systematically beheading children, and mothers and fathers. The world hasn’t seen an evil like this for a generation. There’s actually a park in Mosul that they’ve actually beheaded children and put their heads on a stick,” Arabo told CNN’s Jonathan Mann last week.
“And they have them in the park. This is crimes against humanity. The whole world should come together. This is much broader than a community or faith. This is crimes against humanity and they are doing the most horrendous, the most heartbreaking things you can think of,” he explained. More
Interesting how we can hold a copy of the Koran in one hand, and today’s news in the other, and have them match so exactly. Now, many Muslims will be quick to say that I’m ignorant of the “true” Islam, that I need to sit with an Islamic Scholar in order to truly understand. All I can say to you is, please don’t insult my intelligence with your intellectual dribble.
To the question: “Is Islam inherently a religion of peace?” We can conclude that it is, if one jettisons the Koran and Mohammad.