Darren Wilson – Fugitive From Justice

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In my unprofessional opinion, officer Darren Wilson is a Fugitive From Justice. I just learned no photos or measurement were taken at the Crime Scene.

“The medical investigator did not take photographs at the scene of Brown’s killing because the camera battery had died, the grand jury heard.”

Brown lay there for four hours. This was time for ” medical investigator” to go get some batteries, or make a call to a subordinate and have batteries brought to him. Police carry all kinds of batteries. If there was a DA who wanted to convict Wilson, then this  medical investigator would be grilled on the witness stand by the prosecutor, and made to look stupid, or like a liar. Videos show officers shooing citizen witnesses away. Why didn’t  the  medical investigator use his cell phone, or borrow one from a cop? It gets worse!

“The investigator, who goes to the crime scene to collect evidence for the pathologist, also did not take measurements of anything at the scene because they “didn’t need to.”

The investigator, whose name was redacted, said: “It was self-explanatory what happened. Somebody shot somebody. There was no question as to any distances or anything of that nature at the time I was there.”

Brown was 8 to 10 feet from Wilson when the fatal shot was fired that entered the very top of Brown’s head. Take a tape measurer and mark off ten feet. Hold your finger out and shoot. Your finger should be about 4ft. from ground. How low to the ground was Brown? The charge is the key. Here is a famous linebacker, charging. He keeps his eye on the QB – with his head up until he is 3ft, away. Brown has been shot several times. I would want to keep my eye on the dude sooting me. How about you?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_AbNLwQXn8

How do you hit him on the top of the head? Brown is 6ft 4in. Wilson said “Get on the ground”  Brown had to be on his knees – and hands! His head is down because he is feeling faint having been hit in the chest. There is no reason for that last shot – that killed a man! The DA should have had to Grand Jury concentrate on this shot – only! Then, Wilson has his day in court, where advocates for The People could question Wilson’s story in a hostile manner. If a black man claimed self-defense in a shooting, the DA and his/her prosecutor would do everything to destroy that defense – including presenting photos and measurements!

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

Now watch this tape and hear someone saying Willson shot Brown even when he was on the ground!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvE-1qAs1W4

ISIS stones and crucifies people without a trial. Many black people have gone to trial (then jail) after the DA manufactured evidence, or went with weak evidence. The DA did not pick THE BEST evidence to put before the grand jury in order to have them rule Wilson should stand trial.

Jon Presco

http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/watch/expert–brown–already-falling–during-shot-349735491787

 

Wilson said Brown kept running through shots

Wilson testified he shot at Brown on the street when Brown turned on him.

“As he is coming towards me, I tell, keep telling him to get on the ground, he doesn’t. I shoot a series of shots. I don’t know how many I shot, I just know I shot it,” he said.

“I know I missed a couple, I don’t know how many, but I know I hit him at least once because I saw his body kind of jerk,” he said.

Wilson testified that Brown did not slow down.

“At this point I start backpedaling and again, I tell him get on the ground, get on the ground, he doesn’t. I shoot another round of shots,” he said.

“Again, I don’t recall how many him every time. I know at least once because he flinched again. At this point it looked like he was almost bulking up to run through the shots, like it was making him mad that I’m shooting at him.

“And the face that he had was looking straight through me, like I wasn’t even there, I wasn’t even anything in his way.”

He told the jurors he thought Brown was going to tackle him.

“Just coming straight at me like he was going to run right through me. And when he gets about that 8 to 10 feet away, I look down, I remember looking at my sites and firing, all I see is his head and that’s what I shot.

“I don’t know how many, I know at least once because I saw the last one go into him. And then when it went into him, the demeanor on his face went blank, the aggression was gone, it was gone, I mean, I knew he stopped, the threat was stopped.

“When he fell, he fell on his face.”

Wilson said Brown reached under his shirt

Brown put his hand under his shirt into his waistband when he ran at Wilson, Wilson told the grand jury.

“He turns, and when he looked at me, he made like a grunting, like aggravated sound and he starts, he turns and he’s coming back towards me,” Wilson said.

“His first step is coming towards me, he kind of does like a stutter step to start running. When he does that, his left hand goes in a fist and goes to his side, his right one goes under his shirt in his waistband and he starts running at me.”

Wilson suffered a bruised face

Wilson was diagnosed with a bruised face after his confrontation with Brown, according to a medical report dated the day of the killing, August 9, 2014.

No other injuries were mentioned in the report. He was prescribed Naprosyn, an anti-inflammatory medicine commonly used to treat pain.

The medical investigator took no photos

The medical investigator did not take photographs at the scene of Brown’s killing because the camera battery had died, the grand jury heard.

The investigator, who goes to the crime scene to collect evidence for the pathologist, also did not take measurements of anything at the scene because they “didn’t need to.”

The investigator, whose name was redacted, said: “It was self-explanatory what happened. Somebody shot somebody. There was no question as to any distances or anything of that nature at the time I was there.”

Typically, a medical investigator will take crime scene photos in addition to the ones taken by police investigators.

The investigator testified that they did not see evidence of “stippling” (gunpowder) around the wounds on Brown’s body.

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