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Ferguson Cop Reportedly Beaten Before Firing Gun

    August 21, 2014
    Lacy Langley
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The Ferguson cop was beaten to the point of broken bones, according to recent reports.

New details of the altercation that took place on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri on August 9th seem to come to light each day. The investigation continues, but the tensions are still running high with accusations on both sides of the table.

On Wednesday, new reports stated that Darren Wilson, the accused policeman, suffered severe facial injuries, including an eye socket fracture, and was nearly beaten unconscious by Michael Brown before the confrontation that ended Brown’s life.

A source close to the situation reported to Fox News that “the Assistant (Police) Chief took him to the hospital, his face all swollen on one side.” He continued, “He was beaten very severely.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZ-us3Dyegk

This source states that the facts of the case are this: Wilson was coming off of another call in a nearby neighborhood when he stopped to tell Michael Brown and his friend to stop walking in the middle of the street.

“They ignored him and the officer started to get out of the car to tell them to move,” the source said of Ferguson cop Darren Wilson. “They shoved him right back in, that’s when Michael Brown leans in and starts beating Officer Wilson in the head and the face.”

And that’s when the alleged struggle for Wilson’s gun took place and it was fired somehow in the midst of that struggle. It’s still not clear who pulled the trigger or if it went off accidentally.

Brown then walked away, but as Darren Wilson stepped out and ordered Michael Brown to freeze, Brown allegedly put his hands up and said, “What, you’re going to shoot me?”

He then charged the Ferguson cop, who fired at Brown with one of those shots being fatal.

Wilson is “traumatized, scared for his life and his family, injured and terrified” that a grand jury will “make some kind of example out of him,” the source said.

The anguish and tension that this case has caused for the Ferguson cop, the city of Ferguson, and all American citizens is beyond what anyone could have imagined. Hopefully those involved can find closure after all of this mess is over.


  • smartz118

    “Brown then walked away, but as Darren Wilson stepped out and ordered Michael Brown to freeze, Brown allegedly put his hands up and said, “What, you’re going to shoot me?”
    He then charged the Ferguson cop, who fired at Brown with one of those shots being fatal.”

    This telling of the re-enactment seems far too contrived for me to believe. Why would anyone who was beaten to the point of near unconsciousness think it’s a good idea to pull out a gun then drive away with a broken eye socket? Call me a conspiracy theorist, but I think Wilson got beaten up AFTER the incident by fellow officers (i.e. the Assistant Police Chief) to create an excuse of self-defense.

    • Unsung

      The representative from the TIn Foil Hat group has spoken.

      • smartz118

        I resent that remark. In any case, I just find it hard to believe that a lone man who was supposedly beaten that badly in a short period of time could even raise a gun and shoot it. The SMART thing to do would to wait for back up and get medical attention. There is no shame in getting help.

        • kevin

          Adrenaline does funny things when your life is in danger. I’ve gone through your comments and found an instance where you mentioned hindsight is 20/20, I recommend you remember that today as well.

        • SoReal

          Right! Why would you not get on your radio and call for back up – also his battered face should have been plastered all over the news showing it was self defense if that was the case…and the cops would have been all over that to show proof of that…he would have needed medical attn fast if that was in fact true. This is so ridiculous..they are going for the same shix they pulled in the Zimmerman case…b/c he walked they think he is going to do the same thing with this bogus story only problem is..there were too many witnesses in broad daylight. Also where is the dashborad cam? Even if you can’t see what happened you sure would be able to hear the altercation and what to place to back up his story! This is so comical to me. You have a crazed man walk in a theatre and kill several people and he gets put in handcuffs…no one feared for their life then? Oh wait he was white!

      • Woody

        Good one Unsung….Lol True too.

    • kevin

      Because the man just beat a cop, cops don’t run away or are required to avoid conflict like civilians. Do you really want cops to run away from violent people? Who then will protect us from these violent criminals?

      • Gouki

        the justice league ?

        • kevin

          More of a Batman guy myself.

      • smartz118

        I didn’t say he should run away, I just said he could have done other NON-VIOLENT actions. The cop has to take the high ground, that is what he is hired to do.

        • ace

          mr brown could have avoided death by choosing other “non-violent” actions as well.

          • smartz118

            He never did anything violent, so I don’t understand where you are going with this statement. Unless you think running away with your hands up is violent.

          • smh

            Never did anything violent?! Like beating a cop to the point that his eye socket is fractured isn’t violent? What do you consider violent? I guess he didn’t push the carryout owner either? Come on. Try using your “Smartz”.

        • theronin

          You need to stop having sympathy for the devil. You seriously sound like an apologist for thugs.

    • Jaeger19ultima

      Why the hell would they stage such a brutal attack to be believable??? That would go down hard on the department and defame several people honestly people can’t be that willing to throw their livelyhoods away like that especially if it can be easily debunked you make it sound too simple which I find too convoluted than your opinion on that “contrived” belief…

      A conspiracy to cover up a murder by beating a man near blacking out to you is more believable than a shown video footage of a thug who has angry tendencies to break the law that contradicts the angel status his family painted him to be. Not to mention that taking place not too long before he was killed…

      The protesters claim is that this soo called man wanted to give up quietly and be completely innocent and was gun down?? Things are never really clear cut but the truth is buried within the both sides.. I’d rather take my chances on brown being a smart mouth agitator that shrugged off authority bum rushed and beat the officer from his car window and was met with several shots one being a fatal shot to the eye in a scuffle.. Still shouldn’t of happened either way but the circumstances as to if this could have been avoided or not are more important to me, not the what ifs or contrived theories on the new info..

    • DB Akron

      A friend of the officer’s girlfriend gave the officer’s version to a Fox affiliate within 24 hours of the event. The news cameras interviewed people right on the street including Brown’s partner in crime. The last tally on witnesses leaked from the police department shows 4 witnesses saying Brown was shot running away or surrendering. At least 12 witnesses that the news media does not know about have pretty much corroborated the version as given to the Fox affiliate.

      Two autopsy’s conclude that all shots entered Brown’s body from the front only.

      Now if you live in a violent neighborhood, are you going to come forward with a version that conflicts with what they want to hear?

      • smartz118

        Hearing the testimony from a friend of a friend is hearsay, and not admissible in court, nor should it be put out in the media.

        The “crime” that was committed is under investigation, seeing as the store owners never reported a theft.

        How is it that FOX happens to have 12 people witnessing something while the rest of the world doesn’t have these people?

        Please provide the links saying that your statement regarding the autopsies is true.

        The only reason a neighborhood is labeled “violent” is due to the police choosing and picking fights with it’s citizens. Statistics, even though backed by numbers, can be easily affected by bias that is not recorded.

        • DB Akron

          Actually heard the medical examiner give the report on Hannity. Yours come from he lawyers readers digest version bent to favor his client’s case.
          There are multiple sources identifying the person as a dispatcher from the police department.
          Clearly you like to listen to only what you want to hear I’ve been listening and reading BOTH.
          Do you know who Pharaoh is? That came across twitter. In his account Brown was charging the officer as he was shot dead by the officer and added “for no reason”. That testimony alone invalidates Johnson’s claim that Brown had his hands up pleading for his life.
          Another witness Saw on CNN maybe. Name was Tiffany. Supposed to be pro brown. Says Wilson was pulling a 290 lb person into his car in the driver’s seat. A 170 lb guy doing that must press some pretty serious iron cause physics say that is about impossible!
          Same witness gun goes off out the window. Brown begins to run away and gets about 35 feet away – oops there goes Brown walking away from the car.
          Same witness the officer fires the gun and hits Brown in the arm. First of all 2007 NYC study on accuracy of officers using weapons. 43% accurate from within 6 feet, brown is 35 feet away per this pro-brown witness. Second issue is that the coroner’s report all bullets entered the front of the body, not the back.
          Same witness turns around and says something to the officer. Then Brown runs toward the officer who shoots until he drops.
          Another witness told that Brown fell only 3 feet from the officer. Autopsy – all shots outside 2 ‘ range (no powder burns).

          • Anthony

            That cop wasn’t 170 pounds. He was at least 6-2/6-3 and chubby. Also, Pharoah, the Twitter guy didn’t say Brown charged the cop. Look it up again. It’s funny how these cops have already been caught lying about knowing these kids were just coming from a robbery, stating that Wilson had minor facial cuts to a orbital bone fracture about a week after PR took a turn for the worst and people like yourself blindly advocate for that police department. Thank goodness this case has gone to the federal level.

          • Tom

            Stay out of trouble and trouble won’t find you. I can’t say that I would ever fear being shot by a police officer because if he tells me to do something, I will do it.

            Also, WHY THE #@$$ would a police officer try to drag a suspect into the driver’s seat with him? There would be absolutely no reason to do that other than the officer to put himself at risk. He would not be able to protect himself inside his car. How about just waiting until all of the evidence comes out. Internal affairs and the FBI have to investigate this before it goes public. But in the end you will see that the thug got what was coming to him. It’s unfortunate that he was killed, but do what the cop says and nothing would have happened. But instead, he had to be a cocky, bad @ss piece of crap.

    • Heatseeker

      Ladies and Gentlemen …… ^^^^^The Reverend Al Sharpton ^^^^

    • Heatseeker

      Huh. I didn’t know The Rev Al Sharpton posted under the name smartz118.

      • smartz118

        You think you are funny, but you really aren’t. All I was trying to prove that the events that Miss Langley has drawn out for us can be as believable as the events that I created, both of which are pretty far-fetched.

        • Heatseeker

          Far-fetched ??? You cannot be serious. Face it. ~ The narrative is no longer fitting the version of things you want to believe, So, now you’re concocting outlandish conspiracies. A trained Police Officer was attacked by a thug and defended his life the only way he could.

          • smartz118

            I suggest you look at this video before you continue spouting that opinion. http://tinyurl.com/pcpy8pa
            The officer on the right is an uninjured Darren Wilson, talking and walking with another officer about the kid he just filled with holes lying on the ground, like roadkill. If I do see pictures of Wilson being injured, it has to be caused after this chain of events, or else that story was made up.

          • Heatseeker

            Ok, a far away shot of him at the scene. Yes. He was there, the report says he was beaten not beheaded. I’ve been in fights (nothing life or death) and it’s AMAZING what adrenaline can do to/for the human body. Sorry, but your little CNN video proves nothing. Keep trying though. Eventually you’ll find something to back up the version you like better.

          • smartz118

            I think it proves you want to justify you calling an innocent person a thug. The officer is clearly uninjured and able to walk and talk while recalling the events to the other officer. It totally contradicts your belief of the version of events that he was beaten to the point of near unconsciousness and has a broken eye-socket.

          • drmodel16

            or maybe perhaps we should only look at Fox videos and maybe we will like your version better. here’s where you are missing the point. The truth does not have versions. That’s why we don’t believe everything some site writes about whose author is a fat unemployed 40 year old who lives in his grandma’s basement. do your research first

          • robbierox

            I watch your link. The video was shot from at least 0 feet away so; 1) You cannot see in the video that the officer was NOT injured. Also 2) The witness claims in the video that the officer appears ‘shocked, confused or stunned’ this would certainly fit the profile of someone beaten in the face and head. Autopsy reports the accused was facing the officer when shot; not running away as multiple witnesses have alleged. The distance of this video also calls into question her belief that the officer was trying to pull the assailant into the police vehicle, and more so depending on the angle of the car and which side was facing the witness. The saddest thing here is that another mother has lost a child needlessly. Another birthday to mourn. I do not think this decorated officer wished for this. Most comments I have read imply this was premeditated. This was a decorated officer whose life will be changed forever. As far as Al Sharpton types, anyone remember Tawanna Brawley?

          • robbierox

            Sorry my keyboard is slow “Watched your link/video, and it was shot from at least 50 feet away”

    • Joe Smith

      I like that one how do you even DRIVE away with a broken socket.

    • Paul

      You are a moron. Do you have any brains or just plain stupid.

  • Leslie

    it is funny to me that when things start to get a little calmer “new information” is released to stir it back up, why would this have not been released from the beginning if it is true

    • DB Akron

      Releasing evidence by the police can damage their case in court. Much of this has been leaked over the last week days, but a white officer shooting an African American in self defense does not sell media time nor does it help organizations that cater to the belief that racism is as bad or worse than it was in the 60’s.

    • kevin

      If I recall correctly, the first story was Brown was running away and shot in the back, then the story is he is shot with his hands in the air while surrendering. Then the Autopsy comes out and shows he was not shot in the back, which disproves he was running. Also, he was also shot in the right arm, right chest, and head. This makes me, an avid handgun shooter, suspicious that his hands were even raised for the following reason. It is a known fact that amateur, right handed shooters, or those under stress (again right handed), pull shots to the left and have a shot pattern that rises with rapid fire due to the slight shift in the gun when the index finger pulls back. Look at the shot pattern and you can see for yourself that the officer is shooting for center mass while pulling his shots and raising his shot pattern as Brown falls which eventually puts his head in the shot path, all of this probably to place in less than 2 seconds.

      The reason “new information” is coming out, is because it is just that, Nnw information. All facts will never be revealed instantly, it’s impossible to gather facts instantly after an event, everyone perceives a situation different. Until we hear the police officer’s side we will not begin to be able to develop a full view of what happened.

      • DB Akron

        Police don’t release information until they have sufficient proof to back up what they say AND that what they release will not harm any case that they may have to build.

  • drmodel16

    First Brown deserved to be shot to death because he allegedly robbed a store. Now they are justifying Mr. poor excuse for a human being Wilson’s actions because he was allegedly beaten severely by Brown. And may I add that all this information is coming out a whole week after the incident occurred. I am beyond speechless by how stupid the Ferguson Police Department thinks the people of United States of America are. Unbelievable

    • DB Akron

      Look up the pictures of the porn actress who was beaten by the MMA fighter. She got it worse and still cannot see out of the eye that he broke the socket to. A continued beating will result in a brain injury.
      Worse yet, the officers shoulder was popped out of socket. Either one of these injuries would leave him unable to defend himself in a physical manner.

    • kevin

      It was always alleged that he assaulted the cop and went for his gun (whether true or not) from the beginning, no one believes a man should be shot for stealing. The video simply shows that he is not the big cuddly and innocent teady bear that would hurt no one which discredits the witnesses, that’s all.

      • drmodel16

        Oh yes because if you ever happen to have a run in with the law and it ends up something like the Brown situation we should pull up videos of you being a bad ass child or bad teenager (by the way all so irrelevant just like the alleged robbery video that till this day has not proven to be a robbery) to prove that you are not a big teddy bear but in fact a very very bad boy!!! Are you kidding me? wow anything to prove a dead person guilty. If you could you would bring him back to life to see him go to jail wouldn’t you?

        • DB Akron

          I don’t know about kevin, but I go after where multiple facts seem to be leading. In a case locally, we had the cops go after an innocent person for the murder of their friend who rammed her car while she was making a left hand turn in a nearby street. The guy was drunk riding his motorcycle with no lights, at a high rate of speed when it was just after midnight.
          The police report claimed his lights were on and he was riding at the speed limit. Neither person in the car saw any lights and only knew that their 4200 lb car was now facing the opposite direction. Basic physics says a 1000 lb motorcycle is not going to turn a 4200 lb car 180 degrees at 35 mph when hit at the gap between the rear tire and the quarter panel on dry roads.
          The first officer on the scene was a friend of the victim, and wrote the report to favor his dead buddy. When the lawyers requested a copy, the original report had been “lost”.
          It took several years before the young woman was vindicated and the offending officer was never charged with falsifying a report.
          A good lawyer will cut those 4 witnesses testimony to shreds because the physical evidence does not sufficiently support their versions

          • drmodel16

            See it is these instances that go unpunished and make the police officers feel invincible.They are humans just like everyone else who can easily make mistakes (in your example on purpose). I wonder how many officers have gone unpunished for their wrong doings but ended up getting outstanding awards. Sad very sad.

          • DB Akron

            You cannot capture everyone who does something wrong. It just simply isn’t living in reality. For the folks in Ferguson, questioning is not a problem. Rioting is. Because of May 4, 1970, in Kent state the lesson that should be learned is eject outsiders stoking up trouble. Instead people get the idea that we should fight authority harder.
            The young lady got cleared because her who dad knew a lot about accidents arrived within minutes of the accident to take a series of photos, and get the gist of what they police were reporting. Then, as soon as the impounded car was released, he got it and stored it. Then he called in people who understand accidents to examine it and the photos he took at the scene. He was easily able to refute the speed the motorcycle was traveling, but it took a good lawyer hours to interview neighbors in the area until two witnesses who were aware there was an accident up the street that night and were wake at the time to observe a motorcycle traveling at a high rate of speed with no lights running a red light two intersections away from the accident.
            BTW. The girl was white, the motorcyclist was black, the neighborhood mixed, and the race of the officer was never divulged.

  • ynot

    I don’t know whether or not the eye socket thing is credible, but the “eye witnesses” who came out saying this guy was fully compliant and was a big teddy bear and he would not hurt anyone, but their eye witness accounts does not match the evidence what so ever and after watching the robbery tape – umm and the police officer has had a clean record – the benefit of the doubt should go to the police officer.

    • drmodel16

      you are absolutely right. Because why would anyone give the benefit of the doubt to a 18 year old who has recently graduated high school and was soon starting college classes and who has never had a run in with the law!!! I mean does it get any more angelic than a cop who has has a clean record just like every law abiding citizen should!!!

  • DWS

    Fox News is the only one spreading, I mean,. reporting this. Have you no shame? Walking in the middle of the road is that big of a crime? Broken bones (eye socket, really). The policeman is shown standing there for a long time over the body with another police officer. Why wasnt he rushed to the hospital?

    • kevin

      Where do you live? I would be pretty upset if someone was walking in the road holding up traffic in my neighborhood. Better yet, why does a person assault a cop for asking him to get out of the street, especially after you robbed a convenient store!!!

      • smartz118

        People still assume he robbed the store. I have seen articles that contradict that, saying he paid for the cigars he allegedly stole.

        http://sfbayview.com/2014/08/mike-brown-appears-to-have-paid-for-those-cigars/

        The fact that the store nor its employees didn’t call 911, but rather a customer, is something that causes a lot of doubt. The store owners were reportedly confused when the police asked for security tapes. All of this is pointing to a cover-up by police to protect one of their own.

        • kevin

          Yeah, I usually push around employees after making purchases too.

          • smartz118

            He pushed him because the employee touched him first. Watch the video and see if you see the same thing.

          • kevin

            http://fox2now.com/2014/08/15/raw-video-surveillance-video-believed-to-show-michael-brown-robbing-convenience-store/

            I see a man hand over a box to another individual then reach over the counter to grab a display of single wrapped cigars. I never saw him pull currency out of his hand or on the counter. Then I see brown bump the store employee out of the way of the door before grabbing him by the throat. If you don’t think this is a man strong arming a smaller person then I’m sure Darwin will find you soon enough.

          • smartz118

            I don’t see him grabbing the guy by the throat, the man was blocking his way out. I see him pushing the guy by the right shoulder to get him out of the way of the door. Anyways, shouldn’t there be more angles than those two? Like one overhanging the counter. That way we could see if Brown gave money or not.

          • smh

            You can’t be that dumb.

          • joe

            One thing for sure, he won’t be pushing anyone else around in a convenience store which is a good thing…

          • 4H

            you cannot be serious. Why do you think the store owner ran after him? Doesn’t it at least ‘kind of’ make sense to you that the store owner wanted the kid to pay for what he took? What possible other reason is there for the guy to approach a paying customer? I dont need any more angles. My eyes are wide open. It’s always someone else’s fault. I wish it were possible for police to pull out of Ferguson altogether…see what happens to the city then.

          • Tom

            THAT’S BECAUSE HE JUST ROBBED HIM YOU MORON!! He’s blocking the door to stop him, then the thug pushes him out of the way by his throat. Take off the blinders man. Stop thinking that cops are just out to get the “black man”. Why would a cop just shoot a guy for no reason? The chances of that are so minuscule.

            If the REAL evidence comes out and shows that the cop was in the wrong… fine. But that is highly unlikely. If the guy in the surveillance video is Brown, then you can see just how he would have reacted if a police officer told him to do something. Brown didn’t give a crap about stealing something from that store, and wouldn’t give a crap about hurting a police officer. Stop sympathizing with these worthless thugs.

        • Matt

          oh get real…. if he paid for the cigars why would the store owner follow him around the counter to confront him. Why would Brown assault the store owner if he just paid for the cigars.

        • Mr.Johnson

          Why would the store owner try stop him if he had paid for the cigaretts? I have never seen that happen but have seen a store clerk try to stop someone when they did not pay.

          • smartz118

            There could be a number of reasons. Articles say Brown was upset he could not afford more cigars, so maybe he was going to offer him a tab. Or maybe he was asking him not to spread word that he was a bad business man. I don’t know, you have to wait until the shop clerks reveal what was said between them.

          • 4H

            WOW! I gotta believe you’re just playing. NOBODY can be that ignorant or stupid. I apologize for being rude but come on…NO WAY IN HELL that was not a strong-arm robbery.

        • 4H

          guess ya missed the part at the end of the surveillance video. In a civilized society people don’t shove and physically intimidate older store owners half their size if they had just ‘purchased’ something.
          I’m 100% buying the fact it was a robbery. Was the store owner running after him to make sure Brown heard him say “Have a nice day.”? Gimme a break.
          The robbery aside, common sense dictates that normal human beings with a clean record of employment and no history of mental illness do not execute innocent people in broad daylight for ZERO reason. Makes sense that ‘something’ prompted the officer to act. Bottom line…if the moron was walking where civilized people are supposed to walk none of this would have happened.

    • ace

      Im guessing because he was dead.

  • DaveOfThisWorld

    Aren’t there videos of Wilson calmly pacing around the lifeless body of Brown? This is not consistent with someone beaten to the extent of skull fracture. Does anyone know how hard it is to fracture a skull with bare hands?

    • kevin

      How many people do you know have shot someone after being beaten to the extent of a skull fracture? You never know how someone is going to act an extreme situation.

      • DaveOfThisWorld

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHIukuLYgls

        Shots of Wilson not too clear, but he sure doesn’t look like he has traumatic head injury.

        • kevin

          Picture isn’t clear, but he doesn’t have an injury. Great logic.

          I do, though, admit this entire piece is funny Dave, and if you had started your argument with this post I would have to had agreed.

        • DB Akron

          An eyewitness to the aftermath reported that the side of Wilson’s face was swelling up. The supervisor reported that Brown had blood coming down his face and swelling.
          You are not looking at journalisms quality cameras. These are camera phones with low resolutions. Details are lost in them.

          • DaveOfThisWorld

            “These are camera phones with low resolutions”. True, but. Once again I will state the obvious. If Wilson suffered the serious injuries described, what the hell is he doing standing, milling around and casually chatting with another officer?

          • DB Akron

            Clearly you have not suffered a serious injury. These injuries do not stop you from walking around. However an eyesocket injury is close to a brain injury, and the resulting swelling could cause other damage if not treated. Natasha Richardson died because the seriousness of her head injury was not realized before it was too late.
            Having your shoulder displaced does not have to stop you form using it immediately. However, if a bone is broken using it can puncture your lung or cause other unchecked internal injuries.
            Having suffered a dislocated ankle, the accident itself was painful, but as time went on matters were getting worse. The worst pain was getting it surgically repaired. That and having to let the injury heal for weeks was more crippling than the initial injury.

    • Timothy Huddleston

      Orbital sockets are pretty easy to break.

  • big foot one

    the cop was convicted seconds after the punk hit the ground,100backs could see the truth and and deny it in favor of free shopping and burning buildings,,and wonder wht the hood is the hood and always will be

  • Jake Brown

    Why did it take this long for this information to surface? This completely changes the story.

    • kevin

      The media loves a story about murder, not so much about self defense…

      • DB Akron

        Add to that civil rights activists. If there are no white killing black man stories, then there is no need for the organization and the high salaries they collect..
        The other curious even was the democrats setting up voter registration tables. They are trying to take advantage of the blunders by their own party members to increase their ranks.
        Seems to me the Taliban in Afghanistan would send militants in to villages to burn the schools and kill the teachers. Then they would send another team to say we are so sorry this happened to you. Then they would build a new school and supply their own teachers.

  • Mr.Johnson

    if this is true then cops are responsible for the escalation in riots.

    • DB Akron

      Hardly. The police have released that of the 120 people arrested only 4 are from Ferguson. I’ve been hearing Ferguson residents saying the problem is outsiders. There is now some proof of this statement.

  • Heatseeker

    ****FUN GAME TIME ***** 100 points to anyone who can find CNN or MSNBC covering this story from this angle… and……GO !!!!!!

  • Michele

    there’s one video missing

    http://tinyurl.com/pcpy8pa

    Here’s some questions to consider

    Q – How was Michael Brown able to generate so much power in a punch
    as to break the officers eye socket when his movements were constrained
    by the tight quarters inside the cruiser window?

    Q – Why was no mention made of this injury until ten days after the
    shooting? We know that the FPD and SLC prosecutor were throwing
    everything out there they could find in their efforts to demonize
    Michael Brown and defend officer Wilson. If his injuries were as bad as
    they claim, there is no doubt in my mind that they would have been
    parading photos of his battered face all over the TV machine.

    Q – In the autopsy report, the doctor claimed that there were no
    indications on Michael Brown’s body of a physical struggle. Unless the
    doctor is quite incompetent, one would expect that this analysis
    included an examination of Michael’s hands. If he had hit the cop so
    hard as to break his eye orbital, one would expect to see trauma to his
    hand and knuckles. No such trauma was reported.

    Q – According to a timeline of the incident, there was an ambulance
    there within a few minutes as it was responding to another call in the
    area. While it was reported that they stopped to assess Michael Brown,
    there is no mention of them providing any sort of medical assistance to
    Wilson.

    Q – In Piaget Crenshaw’s video
    of the immediate aftermath of the shooting, Wilson can be seen
    wandering around the crime scene and conversing with officers. If he was
    truly so badly injured it should be apparent in how he appears in the
    video. His face looked clean, and his demeanor was not that of someone
    who was severely injured. No attention was being given by any of those
    present to his supposed injuries.

    Q – Far from being attended to and taken to the hospital for care –
    things one would reasonable expect in such circumstances – officer
    Wilson DRIVES away in his cruiser. For a man who was moments ago almost
    knocked unconscious, this seems unreasonable as well. Why would the
    other officers allow him to drive if he had just undergone such a
    traumatic experience?

    So anyway, in considering all of the available evidence, I highly
    doubt that Michael Brown broke officer Wilson’s eye orbital. But rather,
    I suspect that IF he indeed has this injury, it is the result of him
    getting good and drunk and asking one of his cop buddies to punch him in
    the face to give him an alibi. The timing and other circumstances make
    this a much more plausible theory than what is being presented on FOX
    News.

    • smartz118

      Thank you! Finally, some evidence showing that Wilson was not as badly injured at the scene of the crime as these “reports” say he was. I didn’t even see blood on his face, much less bruising. And you are right about Brown lacking any wounds on his hands; if he hit the officer as hard as he did, there would be self-inflicted wounds on the knuckles caused by hitting the face.

      • smh

        Uh”Smartz”, this is not evidence. They are Michele’s comments. Big difference

    • DB Akron

      Q1 290 lb over top of a victim would have no problem generating that kind of power of someone with less weight. I once lost a fight to a bigger person bigger than me.. He had no problem breaking my nose from on top and he was not known for his arm strength.

      Q2 – Injuries to the officer were visible even at the scene. An eyewitness was recording with their phone mentioned that the officers face was swelling up. The eye socket injury was leaked about 5 or 6 days ago. Privacy laws also do slow down the release of these details.

      Q3 – people who use their hands physically do not swell as noticeably. Even on the Treyvon Martin case, the swelling was only slight and we know he was pounding Zimmerman because Zimmerman ended with a broken nose. It may be in the report but it seems that what people were asking about was the shots, and not about any other injuries.

      Q4 Good question that I don’t think anyone has asked.
      Q5 Adrenaline and shock dulls the senses of just how bad you are hurt. That is why anytime someone is seen falling on their back or struck in the head the protocol is to keep them on the ground until someone assess just how badly they are injured. Getting up can result in unnecessary paralysis or even death in the case of cracked ribs or shoulder dislocation. A witness did report that the officer had swelling an and blood in his face.
      Q6 My wife’s cousin’s husband had his 1200 lb ATV roll on top of him. It displaced his shoulder. Relocated his shoulder to the front of his chest surprisingly didn’t break a bone. He was going to drive home. I dislocated my ankle last January. I put myself in the car with no help. Anyone who has such serious injuries often still can be pretty mobile and active until the swelling catches up. And god help them when it the damaged part gets put back, it hurts a lot worse than getting the original injury.
      The rest of your post isn’t worth commenting on other than you have sold yourself too cheaply to the cop is lying.

  • MCERIC

    Michael Brown was a thug and got what he deserved.

    • smartz118

      Really? That is all you have to say? Okay, that’s nice, now crawl back into your little hole.

      • gill

        Michael Brown….one less piece of shit thug on da streets……

  • umpire005

    Smartz–Is your life one entire lie? The citizens of Ferguson are sure living one. How can you question the validity of that scenario? Did you see how Brown manhandled the store clerk? Wait until the toxicology comes back–you’ll wish you hadn’t said anything because you’re absolutely NUTS!.

    • smartz118

      drmodel16, are you one of those sheep I hear about, believing everything someone tells you? Look at the video, the clerk was blocking Brown’s exit, saying something, and Brown pushes him out of the way by the right shoulder. And toxicology reports wouldn’t change the fact that an officer stopped 2 guys for walking in the middle of an empty street in an unprofessional matter, confronted them, causing them to both flee, and shot one of them to death. Petty theft and jaywalking doesn’t justify a cop pulling out a gun and shooting people.

      • drmodel16

        OMG wow can you not read. we are on the same page. Did you read between the lines smh. it’s called sarcasm. Next time you might want to read everything someone writes before attacking especially if we are both believing the same things

        • smartz118

          Can YOU not read? According to the time stamps, your first comment was 25 minutes ago, before you changed your name to “umpire005″ somehow, then I replied to you 19 minutes ago. Then you replied to me 12 minutes ago and again 7 minutes ago. I am beginning to think some of you guys are trying to troll me when I am having a serious discussion about this article.

          • drmodel16

            No that’s definitely a computer error i never changed my name to “umpire005″ and i did not write on this forum that many times. That’s why I was so confused when I read your reply calling me a sheep when we were clearly on the same page.

    • drmdel16

      are you one of the sheeps who believes anything a white person says? I didn’t say I believed anything but ill sure question something someone takes a whole damn week to come up with an answer. I’m not going to be sorry for being raised to have a brain of my own and not believe everything the white man says is right. A white cop killed a black kid he must have been very dangerous therefore he asked for it. now you are the definition of sheep because you have made up your mind and believe all the allegations. A smart person would wait until ALL the real facts are officially released before picking a side. But you are a sheep so….

      • drmodel16

        That one was for smartz118 sorry

  • Leo

    Lesson: Whether you are African-American or European-American don’t beat on a cop. Just don’t do it. They have a license to kill and will do so if you beat on them. Case closed.

    • 4H

      I am pretty sure, judging by his actions in the convenience store, that he was not saying “Yes sir” or “No sir” when addressing the officer….as we are all supposed to! Young people, and in my area, predominantly young black men feel they do not have to follow the laws of the land….they have a free ticket to do whatever they want. I believe the kid was prolly a smart-ass to the cop, combative, smart ass again when the cop told him to freeze. Maybe the cop said something smart as well to tick him off. So what? I have been detained in my past and have had fun poked at my expense…big deal. They are still authority figures (with guns that they have a license to use) and I remained respectful because that is how I was raised to treat police officers. It makes ZERO sense that he executed a nice, young man for no reason. Makes plenty of sense that he killed a nearly 300# kid who had just assaulted him and came back for more. Store video speaks volumes of his wonderful, teddy-bear qualities. Get your head out of the sand smartz…

  • shietride

    cops need to learn to use there stun guns more. They have them for a reason but never seem to use them, especially in this case where brown had no weapons so he wasnt deadly to himself or others, so why not use a stun gun and put him down in a more controlable way..

    • George Boosh

      If in fact Brown was in contact with the officer they both would likely have been stunned.

    • DB Akron

      Each police unit has differently equipment issued based on their opinion of what is effective and affordable. You would have to ask the police in Ferguson if they were equipped with them. Seeing they were not yet fitted with cameras, the tasers may not be standard issue either.

  • Woody

    Many witnesses to come who back up the cop.What are they going to do then? Riot because they should have been told earlier. I live close to there and am tired of the senseless violence. Outsiders especially. A man from Texas has been arrested 3 times. WTF is he doing up here?

  • Chulo

    Really? Where was the officers immediate police report that included all of this? Where are the medical records from where he immediately went to be checked out for his injuries(especially since we would have to produce such to prove such case). Instead, in hiding, no one could verify his immediate state because he had the privilege of protection. Must be nice! Smokescreens are amazing. So first he robbed a store. Then he was in the middle of the street….and because you now KNOW that wasn’t enough to warrant you taking his life you better come up with something good that will give you a reasonable cause so he beat the cop??!! Really! 😐 Was likely no saint by all means but cops in this country should learn/be trained to go for the arm, leg, foot to try to deescalate situations and immobilize suspects rather than immediately go for death(which is what a head shot or chest shot is aiming for). So now the office is traumatize(bet Brown’s family and everyone else that comes into run-ins with officers like so are) and scared for his family(as we all are when we have run-ins with offices like so) and injured(I do apologize but at least you are not dead!) and fears they will make an example of him (as he did Brown??!??) Hm, lesson learned? Or another Zimmerman-now free to roam and do it again!!!? Smh. #America

    • DB Akron

      The assistant police chief took Wilson directly to the hospital after observing his injuries. That story is out there, but it doesn’t seem to fit what some people want everyone to believe about the incident or it would have been broadcast everywhere.
      Just maybe if the journalists started telling the whole story instead of what they want you to think the story is, we would have a lot less riots in our communities.

  • George Boosh

    Weird that the paramedics walk past him several times in the video and don’t even look at him? Dead guy on the ground, cop bleeding from the face, simple triage. Then Wilson gets in his patrol car and drives away.
    Keep your eyes open folks.

    • DB Akron

      They were called for the person shot. Unless the officer or a witness points out the injuries to the other party, they were not looking for other injuries.

  • Guest

    He can steal, shove a store clerk that confronts me about it, ignore a police officer when told to stop walking in the middle of the street (probably had a chip on his shoulder), punch the police officer and charge at him. People want to know why he get shot, he did nothing wrong! He was such an angel!

  • Sheila

    I just wanted to thank officer Wilson, who suffered severe facial injuries from Brown’s beating for shooting and killing Brown preventing this thug for ever beating another cop or person ever again

    You deserve an award Officer Wilson nothing less!

  • confused

    Officer Wilson did not drive away, he walked around the body and talked to a fellow police officer. The video is on the internet. As Wilson walked around the dead body of Brown, he never once touched his face or showed any signs of being hurt as he walked around and explained to his fellow officer what happened. If I had a broken eye socket I would have at least been sitting on the curb or showing the fellow officer my facial injuries. How do you dispute the clear video?

  • Proud White MAN

    Finally the REAL TRUTH comes out, & just as SMART american’s figured, The punk got just what he deserved. And all that rioting was just because blacks didn’t get their way and so they pitched their usual fits like children do.

  • Proud White MAN

    Now you can STFU and steal from yo moma’s so you can go out and buy some more fake hair extensions to put on your heads since your real hair sucks.

  • Paul

    You have to be the biggest A–H–E in the world. Moran.