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He was a good boy and was just starting to turn his life around...


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http://patdollard.com/2014/08/ferguson-police-officer-who-shot-michael-brown-identified-as-darren-wilson-developing/

SHOCK, EXPOSED: Cops Reveal Michael Brown Had Just Committed A Violent Robbery And Was Fleeing The Scene!!!

UPDATE: Mike Tobin of Fox News is now reporting that surveillance video proves that Michael Brown had just committed a violent robbery, and that’s why he was stopped…developing…


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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/08/15/ferguson-police-say-michael-brown-fit-description-strong-arm-robbery-suspect/

Ferguson police say Michael Brown fit description of strong-arm robbery suspect
Published August 15, 2014FoxNews.com

Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by a police officer in a St. Louis suburb, fit the description of a strong-arm robbery suspect that police were responding to the night he was shot, the Ferguson police chief said at a Friday press conference.

Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson said that the robbery took place at a nearby convenient store. When police confronted Brown, they said a struggle ensued. Jackson went on to identify the police officer in the shooting as Darren Wilson, a six-year veteran with no disciplinary action on his record.

Protesters had been calling on police to be more transparent in the investigation. Police said they withheld the name because of the potential for threats on the officer and his family. The officer has been on administrative leave since the shooting.

Jackson said Wilson, along with other officers, were called to the area after a 911 call reporting a "strong-arm robbery" at a nearby convenience store. He didn't immediately release details about the alleged robbery, saying more information would be released later.

Police have said Brown was shot after an officer encountered him and another man on the street. They say one of the men pushed the officer into his squad car, then physically assaulted him in the vehicle and struggled with the officer over the officer's weapon. At least one shot was fired inside the car before the struggle spilled onto the street, where Brown was shot multiple times, according to police.

But a much different story has been told by Dorian Johnson, who says he was walking down the street with Brown when he was shot. He has said the officer ordered them out of the street, then grabbed his friend's neck and tried to pull him into the car before brandishing his weapon and firing. He says Brown started to run and the officer pursued him, firing multiple times.

WATCH: Minister's explosive Ferguson rant goes viral

Tensions in the Ferguson boiled over after a candlelight vigil Sunday night, as looters smashed and burned businesses in the neighborhood, where police have repeatedly fired tear gas and smoke bombs.

But on Thursday, county police in riot gear and armored tanks gave way to state troopers walking side-by-side with thousands of peaceful protesters. The dramatic shift came after Gov. Jay Nixon assigned oversight of the protests to the state Highway Patrol, stripping that authority from the St. Louis County Police Department.

"All they did was look at us and shoot tear gas," Pedro Smith, who has participated in the nightly protests, said Thursday. "This is totally different. Now we're being treated with respect."

The more tolerant response came as President Obama spoke publicly for the first time about Saturday's fatal shooting -- and the subsequent violence that shocked the nation and threatened to tear apart Ferguson, a town of 21,000 that is nearly 70 percent black and patrolled by a nearly all-white police force.

Nixon's promise to ease the deep racial tensions was swiftly put to the test as demonstrators gathered again Thursday evening. But the latest protests had a light, almost jubilant atmosphere among the racially mixed crowd, more akin to a parade or block party.

The streets were filled with music, free food and even laughter. When darkness fell -- the point at which previous protests have grown tense -- no uniformed officers were in sight outside the burned-out QuikTrip convenience store that had become a flashpoint for standoffs between police and protesters.

"You can feel it. You can see it," protester Cleo Willis said of the change. "Now it's up to us to ride that feeling."

Nixon appointed Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson, who is black, to lead the police effort. Johnson, who grew up near Ferguson and commands a region that includes St. Louis County, marched alongside protesters Thursday, joined by other high-ranking brass from the Highway Patrol as well as the county department. The marchers also had a police escort.

"We're here to serve and protect," Johnson said. "We're not here to instill fear."

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But all this time the narrative was he was a innocent young man days away from entering college.  It will be interesting to see how the mainstream media handles this. If a photo of the officer was released, it would be plastered on every from page and the opening moments of every broadcast. But the photos of mike Brown actually committing that strong arm robbery my bet will be largely ignored, except by FOX.
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They really should let the blacks police their own.

At least then the shootings won't be whitey's fault...


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He was just stealing a Bible to give it to his poor granny and he wasn't strong arming the victim, he was simply hugging him. /do I really need to point out sarcasm?
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There is a photo posted everywhere of the officer...he is black..I am trying to confirm if it is the same Darren Wilson before I post the photo

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They really should let the blacks police their own.

At least then the shootings won't be whitey's fault...

That's called  Mogadishu.    I would rather have a police force of the most qualified, most driven, and most willing to follow the "to serve and protect" motto, be they black, white or any other race. Police departments don't just open a booth at the unemployment office to fill their ranks. I spent 4 years of my post-military life trying to study for and pass the tough entry exams for my own cities police department, where 500 applicants would show up to try for 4 openings - and only the top 10% in test scores would pass onto the next phase of testing.   
And I can tell you this, if the police departments was directly proportional to the racial population, (an extreme form of Affirmative Action) I and I think most of you would make it a point never to stray into other parts of town not like yours.
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There is a photo posted everywhere of the officer...he is black..I am trying to confirm if it is the same Darren Wilson before I post the photo

Such a common name and the way the internet works, any photos this early that aren't officially released I would strongly doubt.
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There is a photo posted everywhere of the officer...he is black..I am trying to confirm if it is the same Darren Wilson before I post the photo

That would be an interesting turn of events, and this story would drop like a rock from the news. But if true, I would think they would have brought his race into it after the first night of rioting.   
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Just breaking more to follow


it took them this long to release this tape?  :shrug:








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And I can tell you this, if the police departments was directly proportional to the racial population, (an extreme form of Affirmative Action) I and I think most of you would make it a point never to stray into other parts of town not like yours.

I don't stray into those parts of town anyway because 'when seconds count the police are minutes away'.  That's just a fact of life.

But you wouldn't have to worry about race-baiters encouraging people to burn down the white part of town because most of the police are white.

And odds are the crime rate wouldn't be appreciably different in 'parts of town not like mine'...


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Such a common name and the way the internet works, any photos this early that aren't officially released I would strongly doubt.

FOX was saying Anonymous, from Occupy fame, release the officers name before it was announced, but FOX also said the name they threw out turned out not to be correct.  I would be very wary of photos popping up all over the web. Every amateur sleuth  is searching  police department photos, high school years books, etc, and every face shown is another man marked for termination. I would not want to be part of that by posting an unconfirmed photo.
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it took them this long to release this tape?  :shrug:

I think that martial law was the plan but the protests didn't get violent enough.

Now if rioters started shooting, then it would have been a different story...


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Newsweek @Newsweek 1m

St. Louis PD official tells us the officer that works for them is NOT the same man as the Darren Wilson in the Brown shooting in Ferguson
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looks like the wrong officer was identified.....lol

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Gentle giant?...you be the judge

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"All they did was look at us and shoot tear gas," Pedro Smith, who has participated in the nightly protests, said Thursday. "This is totally different. Now we're being treated with respect."


Now, THAT'S funny!    :laugh:
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Seems like Barack woke up this morning and already he was behind in the count 0-2.

Trayvon Martin....Michael "Big Mike" Brown....were both thugs and wannabe gang-bangers.

Right now, Barry's saying..."Damn!   Can't anybody find me an honest black victim?"   :laugh:
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Does the fact that Brown appears to have been involved in a robbery give the police free reign to shoot him dead? 
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The cigars he stole "Swisher Sweets" are popular among the ghetto young for one purpose  - They cut them open, dump out the tobacco, and fill them with marijuana to make “blunts” - marijuana cigars.   This gentle giant, pure as the wind driven snow, college bound angel - is looking more like what you see on the TV show COPS every night.
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Does the fact that Brown appears to have been involved in a robbery give the police free reign to shoot him dead?

Counselor address the jury and define what you mean by "free reign" when we haven't even been shown the second by second accounts of what lead to the shooting, and none of the "supposed witnesses" have given a sworn statement under oath or had their testimony carefully  collaborated with other witness statements. Aren't we jumping the gun by calling it a free reign shooting?
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Does the fact that Brown appears to have been involved in a robbery give the police free reign to shoot him dead?

Aren't you leaving out everything that happened...starting with the tussle through the open police cruiser window?

And we just found out that Darren Wilson is black.   :police:
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Does the fact that Brown appears to have been involved in a robbery give the police free reign to shoot him dead?

No, and it would be wise for the police department to give an honest account of what happened.  That said, between 100 and 200 police officers die in the line of duty each year, and it's always a difficult judgment between a real threat and a perceived threat.  If Brown was shot after being subdued, the officer or officers should and probably will face charges. 
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