CNN Now Admits Many Ferguson Witnesses Lied, But Still Censors Overall Truth

CNN Now Admits Many Ferguson Witnesses Lied, But Still Censors Overall Truth

CNN yesterday did a report that pointed out that many witness statements to police was total lies.  This has been known since the Grand Jury Decision was made.  CNN was also a distributor of many of those lies which lead to rioting, murder and a completely uncalled for increase in racial paranoia in America.   In this new CNN report they avoid most of the truth on this matter.

If you were to pick one chief culprit outside of the news media for the generation of the violence, looting, rioting and the promotion of racial paranoia on this case, it is Dorian Johnson.  Dorian was a non-violent accomplice in Michael Brown’s robbery of the convenience store which led to the shooting of Brown.  He lied about that until cameras showed him with Brown when Brown stole the cigars and assaulted the store clerk.   Johnson claimed they were just walking minding their own business when the policeman started harassing them.  The truth is that Wilson was sent to the scene to arrest Brown for the robbery and assault.

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This CNN story focuses not on the truth, but the consistency of Johnson’s lies.  Apparently to try and make them appear true.  The truth is all of the major things Johnson said are known to be lies.  And the majority of the witnesses that did not have to later confess to lying to the Grand Jury, supported Officer Wilson’s account, not Johnson’s

What did Johnson say?

1.  They were minding their own business.   LIE       Johnson has now admitted that he lied about this, they were escaping the scene of the robbery.

2. Officer Wilson pulled the 6’5″ 293 pound Brown into his police vehicle, through the window with the door closed with one arm!   LIE   Simple logic makes this a lie, it would be suicidal to do something like that and because Brown is much bigger and stronger than Wilson, it is not physically possible.

3. Wilson shot at Brown as he was fleeing and Brown never charged Wilson. LIE  The reliable witnesses that did not have to admit they had lied consistently said Brown charged Wilson.  There was a blood trail leading toward Wilson about 25 feet long, this forensic evidence proves he was charging Wilson before Brown fell.

4. Hands were up.   Brown was shot four times in the right arm.  If his hands were up the autopsy would have indicated that.  All three autopsies, including the one the Brown family paid for all concluded his arms were not up when he was shot.

 

If you want a report of what really happened in Ferguson:

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December 5, 2014

Having been exposed to several days of hate filled rhetoric by Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, President Obama, and other race hustlers, who wanted to make …

Now that you know the truth, here is the CNN report:

 

Despite discrepancies, Dorian Johnson consistent in accounts of Brown shooting

By Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN
CNN) — Dorian Johnson, who was walking with Michael Brown before Officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Brown in August, told remarkably similar stories in an interview with county and federal authorities in August and in testimony to the grand jury in September.

The first interview, conducted by an FBI agent and a St. Louis County crimes-against-persons detective, was part of a Friday document dump by the prosecutor who presented the case to the grand jury. Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch initially released grand jury documents in late November, but didn’t include Johnson’s August interview.

That was a mistake, he said in a letter accompanying Friday’s documents.

“It was brought to my attention that I omitted the FBI interview of Dorian Johnson. Upon review of the files, I discovered that I had inadvertently omitted a number of witness interviews and a few other documents which had been presented to the grand jury,” he wrote. “It should be noted that the sworn testimony of these witnesses, including Johnson, was released on November 24, 2014.”

The prosecutor apologized for any confusion and said he now believes he has released all evidence presented to the grand jury that declined to indict Wilson last month. If he finds anything else he unintentionally omitted, he will release it promptly after it’s discovered, he said.

That doesn’t include autopsy photographs, photographs of Brown at the scene and any material that might identify any of the witnesses.

According to an examination of the transcripts of Johnson’s two accounts — delivered 28 days apart — Brown’s friend had roughly the same recollection of what he saw on the afternoon of August 9. He was consistent on many of the broader points:

• The two went to the store to buy cigarillos so they could smoke marijuana. At the store, Brown nonchalantly stole several cigarillos and left the store.

• Johnson was worried about the police after the theft, but Brown didn’t seem fazed, even when Wilson pulled up to them several blocks from the store and told them to “get the f*** on the sidewalk.” Wilson pulled off but quickly reversed and tried to exit his car, but the car door bounced off of Brown and Johnson.

• Wilson grabbed Brown by the neck, and the two engaged in a sort of tug of war before Wilson twice threatened to shoot and fired, hitting Brown, before finishing the second threat. Brown and Johnson took off running and Wilson didn’t immediately pursue them.

• Johnson hid by a vehicle as Wilson exited his vehicle, pursued Brown and fired once, prompting Brown to turn around with his hands up in surrender. Wilson then fired a volley of shots. Brown hit the ground.

The discrepancies in Johnson’s stories were minor and perhaps a product of the questions he was asked.

For instance, in one account, he said he and Brown had spoken to construction workers about getting high on marijuana. In another account, he said a construction worker told him and Brown that he smoked only “wax,” a form of hashish. Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2014/12/14/justice/ferguson-dorian-johnson-statements/?

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