DARRIN WILSON SHOT THIS THUG 6 TIMES
WITH AN AUTOMATIC PISTOL
I HAVE FIRED PISTOLS LIKE THIS AT A RANGE
AND YOU HAVE CONTROL OVER YOUR WEAPON
BUT IN SITUATIONS LIKE THIS THAT ARE LIFE & DEATH
PEOPLE TEND TO ERR CONSISTENTLY ON THE SIDE OF DEATH
MOST SANE PEOPLE WILL AGREE THAT MICHAEL BROWN AS 280 POUNDS OF AGGRESSIVE BLACK ON WHITE HATE FOR COPS AND ANY WHITE PERSON. HE WAS ALSO BIG 6 FEET 4 INCHES TALL AND WIDE. HE LOOKED LIKE A BRUISING FOOTBALL PLAYER & BY THE LOOKS OF THAT VIDEOTAPE – A BULLY.
HE WAS A THIEF AND SO IS HIS FATHER – A JAILBIRD. THESE TWO ASSHOLES SHOULD NEVER HAVE HAD A KID BUT FOR BLACK PEOPLE IN #FERGUSON TO MARTYR THIS CRIMINAL IS EQUAL TO OBAMA GIVING THE ILLEGALS TEMPORARY SANCTUARY FOR THE NEXT 3 YEARS.
THIS CASE IS LESS ABOUT THE VICTIM AND MORE ABOUT THE COP.
WILSON NEVER FIRED HIS WEAPON BEFORE IN A TIME OF CRISIS
HE HAD NEVER KILLED ANYONE BEFORE YET HE DIDN’T SEEM PHASED BY IT AND HE NEVER MENTIONS BROWN
BUT WILSON IS SMART. HE LISTED TO HIS PBA LAWYERS WHO TOLD HIM “NOT” TO SPEAK TO THE PRESS AND TO STAY LOW UNTIL THE GRAND JURY CONVENES WHICH IS WHAT HE DID. IT MADE HIS TESTIMONY MORE BELIEVABLE. YET HE NEVER LIED ABOUT HIS WOUNDS – THE MEDIA DID TO INCITE OTHERS TO VIOLENCE.
OUR MEDIA STAKED OUT IN #FERGUSON IS APPALLING. THEY ARE NOT GIVING THE NEWS THEY ARE GIVING THEIR INTERPRETATIONS OF THE NEWS – AND THEY ARE SPEWING THEIR OPINIONS ALL OVER SOCIAL MEDIA INFURIATING OTHERS TO VIOLENCE.
WE ALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO PEACEFUL PROTESTS HOWEVER WHAT IS HAPPENING OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS IN FERGUSON IS DISGUSTING.
GROWN ASS MEN AND WOMEN LOOTING THEIR NEIGHBORS AND THEIR STORES. SOME LOST THEIR LIVELIHOOD OVER THESE TWO DAYS, OTHERS LOST THEIR FREEDOM.
BROWN’S OWN PARENTS PLEADED FOR PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATIONS BUT THEY WERE GRIEVING HOWEVER IF THEY HAD PAID ATTENTION TO THEIR WAYWARD SON IN THE FIRST PLACE HE MAY STILL BE ALIVE.
I’M LIVING IN A NIGHTMARE HERE IN AMERICA. THIS IS NOT THE AMERICA I GREW UP IN BUT NOT ALL COPS ARE THE SAME. IN NJ IF YOU R RESPECTFUL OF A COP THEY WILL RESPECT YOU EVEN WHEN WRITING YOU A TICKET.
IF YOU CAN EXPLAIN A SITUATION THEY WILL LISTEN TO YOU BUT WHAT HAPPENED THAT DAY IN AUGUST 2014 IS STILL NOT CLEAR EXCEPT TO SAY BROWN WAS UNLIKE ANY OTHER VICTIM OF POLICE BRUTALITY BECAUSE HE PROTESTED THE COP, STRUGGLED TO GET HIS GUN, COP REGAINED HIS POSITION IN HIS SQUAD CAR AND SHOT BROWN. BROWN STAGGERED AWAY BUT RETURNED “CHARGING” THE COP WHO THEN SHOT HIM SIX TIMES, KILLING HIM.
THAT IS MURDER PEOPLE
YOU JUST DON’T KILL SOMEONE DEAD IN THE STREET
YOU CAN WOUND THEM, YOU CAN MAIM THEM BUT TO KILL OR HAVE THE INTENT TO KILL IS AND SHOULD NEVER BE PART OF THE POLICE CODE TO “PROTECT AND SERVE”.
AND NOW WILSON HAVING BEEN INTERVIEWED IS STANDING BY WHAT HE DID. NO APOLOGIES TO THE FAMILY OF BROWN OR ANYONE ELSE. HE SAID “I DID MY JOB”BUT DID HE REALLY DO HIS JOB?
I WOULD SAY “NO”.
HE FINISHED THE JOB OF KILLING HIS ADVERSARY BUT ABOVE ALL BROWN IS PART OF THE COMMUNITY OF WHICH THIS COPS “PROTECTS AND SERVES” AND IF THESE COPS ARE UNWILLING TO DO THEIR JOB IN THAT HOOD BECAUSE THEY HATE THE CIVILIANS THERE THEN GET OUT OF THE FORCE. YOU JUST DON’T BELONG THERE.
FURTHERMORE, ALL THIS LOOTING AND CRIMINAL MISCHIEF ISN’T DOING THESE PROTESTERS ANY GOOD. THE OFFICIALS OF MO THOUGHT THEY WILL RIOT AND LOOT AND THEY DID. DOESN’T SAY MUCH FOR THIS COMMUNITY. BUT SOME BLACK PEOPLE HAVEN’T YET LEARNED TO CRAWL OR GET OUT OF THEIR BAD SITUATIONS ON THEIR OWN. OUT OF ALL THE CULTURES WHO HAVE COME TO AMERICA, STAYED IN SELF MADE GHETTOS, THE BLACK PEOPLE JUST CAN’T SEEM TO GET OUT. MAYBE WE SHOULD PUT THEM ON THE SAME RESERVATIONS THE INDIANS ARE?
Everything I have read about Brown as a person in life is negative yet the media downplay his criminal acts even on videotape as “alleged”? They don’t want to hurt the criminals’ family yet the criminal who died didn’t give a shit about anyone at the time of his death.
what I really hate is that Brown has a videotape showing how he is a bully and a thief but people say that he wasn’t stealing or trying to intimidate anyone but Office Wilson, judging by his haircut and the way he wears his uniform is a Neo Nazi skinhead?
WTF really? That’s what I’m talking about when I refer to social media writers as total assholes. WHAT THE FUCK WORLD DID I WAKE UP IN THIS CENTURY?
Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson opened up for the first time in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, part of which aired Tuesday evening, less than 24 hours after it was announced a grand jury would not indict him for the death of Michael Brown.
Wilson said there was “no way” Brown put his hands up before Wilson fired his weapon, as some witnesses have described. Wilson said he thought, “he will kill me if he gets to me” when he saw Brown come toward him.
Wilson: “When he stopped, he turned and faced me, and as he does that his right hand immediately goes into his waistband, and his left hand is a fist at his side, and he starts charging me.”
Stephanopoulos: “What did you think when you saw that?”
Wilson: “I didn’t know, I mean, my initial thought was, is there a weapon in there?”
Stephanopoulos: “Even though he hadn’t pulled something out earlier when he was confronting you.”
Wilson: “Yeah, it was still just the unknown. And again, we’re taught to, let me see your hands.”
Stephanopoulos: “As you know, some of the eyewitnesses have said, when at that moment he turned around, he turned around and put his hands up.”
Wilson: “That would be incorrect. Incorrect.”
Stephanopoulos: “No way?”
Wilson: “No way.”
Stephanopoulos: “So, you say he starts to run, does a [unintelligible], starts to come toward you.”
Wilson: “Mmm hmm.”
Wilson: “At that time I gave myself another mental check: Can I shoot this guy? You know? Legally, can I? And the question that I answered myself was, I have to. If I don’t, he will kill me if he gets to me.”
George: “Even though he’s what, 35-40 feet away?”
Wilson: “Once he’s coming that direction, why, if he hasn’t stopped yet, when’s he gonna stop?”
Wilson said the incident with Brown was the first time he’d ever used his gun. When Stephanopoulos asked if there was any way the incident could’ve been handled differently, Wilson replied, “no.”
Wilson said he has a “clean conscience” about the way he handled the incident with Brown.
“I don’t think it’s haunting. It’s always going to be something that happened,” Wilson said.
“The reason I have a clean conscience is because I know I did my job right,” Wilson added.
In an excerpt of the interview aired on “Nightline” early Wednesday morning, Wilson also responded to a statement released by Brown’s family after the grand jury decision was announced that said they were “profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions.”
“I think those are grieving parents who are mourning the loss of their son. I don’t think there’s anything I could say, but again I’m sorry that their son lost their life,” Wilson said when Stephanopoulos asked him about the statement. “It wasn’t the intention of that day. It’s what occurred that day. And there’s nothing you could say that could make a parent feel better.”
Asked whether he felt remorse for killing Brown, Wilson said that “everyone feels remorse when life’s lost.”
“I never wanted to take anybody’s life. That’s not the good part of the job, that’s the bad part of the job,” Wilson said. He added that if Brown would have moved out of the street and onto the sidewalk, the incident never would have happened.
Wilson said that the most important thing people should know about him is that he was acting professionally during the interaction with Brown.
“I just did my job,” he said. “I did what I was paid to do and that was my job. I followed my training, the training took over, the training led me to what happened. I maintained the integrity of this investigation, and that’s it.”
Wilson has been keeping a low profile since he shot and killed Brown, an 18-year-old unarmed black teenager, in Missouri on Aug. 9. Wilson’s lawyers released a statementMonday night in reaction to the grand jury’s decision, thanking the officer’s supporters and saying any further “commentary on this matter will be done in the appropriate venue and not through the media.”
Stephanopoulos teased the interview earlier Tuesday, saying there was “no question off limits.”
A few days before, it was reported that Wilson had been meeting with network anchors in anticipation of giving an interview after the announcement of the grand jury’s decision. CNN’s Brian Stelter reported that Wilson met with Stephanopoulos, NBC News’ Matt Lauer, CBS News’ Scott Pelley, and CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon.