New Evidence In Mike Brown Case Proves He Was Innocently Murdered

Published On March 16, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

With more than 2 ½ years after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by the Ferguson police Officer who is now at the center of controversy, Darren Wilson, new theories are suddenly being brought to light in the case of the young black unarmed teen who was shot down in the middle of a Missouri street.

Apparently, “everything that you thought you knew was wrong,” according to several news outlets that have their reservations about the death of Brown, which first started a firestorm of police killings on young black men more than two years ago.

Sunday: Brown didn’t rob Ferguson Market!

Tuesday: Wilson used the N-word!

Wednesday: Wilson now says Brown didn’t attack him or reach for the gun!

Despite the previous findings of the Justice Department and grand jury in the case, an overwhelming amount of new information, assertion and overreach has since descended onto Ferguson. The origin of the info is allegedly being traced back to the records and documents that involve Brown, which have knowingly been a part of the public record for some time. However, they are now being labeled as significant discoveries that should have been presented in the beginning.

The documents have been available to the public since December, filed as an ongoing wrongful death suit by Brown’s parents against the city of Ferguson, Wilson and the former police chief Tom Jackson.

Being asked if he’s ever made a racist remark, Wilson said: “I have repeated a racist remark made by someone else, but I have not made a racist remark against another individual while on duty as a police officer.”

Asked if he and other officers used the n-word to refer to black people: “Admitted.”

Wilson also made confirmation that he had been accused before of racial discrimination and even having used excessive force. There was absolutely no information about whether or not the complaints were later investigated or sustained. Officials over the city of Ferguson, however, have claimed that Wilson had a clean disciplinary history on his record. Yet, they still have yet to explain Wilson’s answers to the above questions.

A grand jury of St. Louis that did investigate the shooting decided not to indict Wilson on November of 2014. And to add on to that, the U.S. Department of Justice four months later found that “the evidence does not establish that Darren Wilson violated the applicable federal criminal civil rights statute.”

So, what are your thoughts on this news? Do you think there may be something done about this faulty officer? Or will his recent actions be overlooked, just as the same has happened for so many other officers that were in similar situations?

Comment below and tell me what you’re thinking.

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