by Brian Hayes | Top Right News
New bombshell in the Ferguson shooting, according to CNN.
First let’s review the stunning developments that we have seen in this case over the past 72 hours which have shattered the narrative that Michael Brown was an innocent ‘child’ who was ‘executed’ in cold blood by a racist policeman Darren Wilson:
- On Friday, the Ferguson Police Department released damning surveillance video of Mike Brown ‘strong-arm’ robbing a convenience store of cigars just minutes before the shooting. Critics attacked the FPD for taking “too long” to release it.
- On Saturday we found out that the video was delayed solely because it was suppressed by Obama Atty General Eric Holder, who did not want to public to see it, a potential obstruction of justice.
- On Sunday, we discovered a previously unknown recording of a witness just after the Brown shooting, that rather than putting his hands up and fleeing before being cut down by Wilson, Brown has in fact “doubled back” and “charged” at Wilson before being shot.
- Late last night, an autopsy result was reported by the NYT, which showed that Brown had been shot 6 times, all from the front. This directly contradicted protesters’ assertions that he was shot in the back, and countered Brown “friend” Dorian Johnson’s account that Brown was fleeing when shot.
- The preliminary toxicology report showed that Brown had “at minimum” marijuana in his system at the time of the shooting. The final report is due in another week.
Now for the very first time, an alleged friend of the officer who fatally shot Ferguson teenager Michael Brown is revealing new details about the controversial incident that has sparked unrest in cities across the country, CNN reported on Monday.
Calling into The Dana Loesch Radio Show on Friday, “Josie” claimed that Brown “bum-rushed” officer Darren Wilson moments after pushing him into his squad car, punching him in the face and trying to grab the cop’s gun.
CNN’s Don Lemon reported on Monday that a “source with detailed knowledge of the investigation into the Missouri shooting of Michael Brown” confirmed that the caller’s account “matches the account of officer Darren Wilson as to what happened at the time of the shooting.”
Josie said Wilson first noticed Brown and his friend when they were walking in the middle of the street. She said Wilson told them to get out of the street and the two men yelled back at him, including some obscenities.
“He pulled up ahead of them. And he was watching them, and then he gets the call-in that there was a strong-arm robbery. And, they gave a description,” Josie told Loesch on Friday. “And, he’s looking at them and they got something in their hands and it looks like it could be what, you know those cigars or whatever.”
Police later released surveillance video and revealed that Brown was a suspect in a “strong-arm robbery” at a nearby convenience store.
The alleged friend of Wilson continued: “So he goes in reverse back to them, tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael did. And, then he opened the car again, you know, he tried to get out. He stands up. And then Michael just bum-rushes him and shoves him back into his car, punches him in the face and then, of course, Darren grabs for his gun. Michael grabbed for the gun. At one point, he got the gun entirely turned against his hip. And he shoves it away, and the gun goes off.”
The caller went on to claim that Brown then ran from the officer, making it about 35 feet away before Wilson got up and ordered the suspect to “freeze.”
“Michael and his friend turn around. And Michael taunts him… And then all the sudden he just started bumrushing him. He just started coming at him full speed. And, so he just started shooting. And, he just kept coming. And, so he really thinks he was on something,” she concluded. “The final shot was in the forehead, and then he fell about two or three feet in front of the officer.”
The caller told Loesch that she received Wilson’s version of the shooting directly from his “significant other.”
You can listen to the com-plete Dana Loesch interview HERE.