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Offline mystery-ak

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by Robin Smith/ News 4 and Dan Greenwald /

Posted on August 13, 2014 at 4:27 PM

Updated yesterday at 8:28 PM

FERGUSON, Mo. ( – Another witness to the shooting of Michael Brown, Jr. spoke to News 4 Wednesday.

Tiffany Mitchell, 27, said she did not see what led up to the shooting, but said she arrived right before the fatal shots were fired.

“As I was coming around, I heard the tires squeaking on the truck, and as I get closer, I see them tussling through the window. The kid was pulling off and the cop was pulling in,” Mitchell said.

Mitchell told News 4 she saw a door close on a police car. An officer was inside and Brown, Jr. was on the outside. She said the two were arm wrestling through the car window. Mitchell said she then tried to pull out her phone to record. Shots then rang out.

“It just didn’t look right for them to be arm wrestling,” Mitchell said. “The first gun shot came from the window, so I just started getting out of the way.”

According to Mitchell, Brown, Jr, began to run away after the first shot was fired.

“After the shot, the kid just breaks away. The cop follows him, kept shooting, the kid’s body jerked as if he was hit. After his body jerked he turns around, puts his hands up, and the cop continues to walk up on him and continues to shoot until he goes all the way down,” Mitchell said.

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Second eyewitness telling the same story:  cop kept shooting at an unarmed man moving away from him.

No wonder the Ferguson PD is so intent on quashing any discussion of this in the press. That cop is guilty of at least manslaughter.


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The law officer is therefore, at the very least, guilty of manslaughter.
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