Is this video of Darren Wilson?

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81 Responses to Is this video of Darren Wilson?

  1. Spirit of God protect the protesters. Justice, Truth and Righteousness you love, Father. Protect your people seeking justice.

  2. The Klan protest. Law enforcement gives them an escort. Black people protest. National Guard activated. A State of Emergency!

  3. Breaking: Gov Jay Nixon today signed an Executive Order activating the MO National Guard to support Law Enforcement in the event of unrest.

  4. Ferguson Response: Website lists planned response events all over the country if there is no indictment in the killing of Mike Brown.

  5. [vimeo 111938224 w=500 h=281]

  6. Ferguson Missouri sets it off over the killing of Michael Brown

  7. #MikeBrown #100days #Ferguson #ShutItDown

    “Die in” that shut down the Delmar Loop


    tef_poe: We studied Malcolm X and prepared for this moment .. This was one of the chest moves he wanted to get off but didn’t b4 he died .. We’ll be back!!!

  9. Ferguson: video shows Darren Wilson arresting man for recording him

    Video footage has emerged showing Darren Wilson – the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Missouri – threatening and arresting a resident who refused to stop filming him with a cellphone.

    Wilson is seen standing near his Ferguson police SUV and warning Mike Arman: “If you wanna take a picture of me one more time, I’m gonna lock your ass up.” Arman, who had requested Wilson’s name, replies: “Sir, I’m not taking a picture, I’m recording this incident sir.”

    The officer then walks to the porch of Arman’s home and apprehends him, after telling him that he does not have the right to film. The 15-second clip was uploaded to YouTube on Friday but recorded in 2013, according to police documents.

    Arman, 30, was charged with failing to comply with Wilson’s orders. He claimed in an interview on Saturday that the charge was dropped after he told his lawyer he had video footage of the incident. Arman, who runs a small housing non-profit, has a criminal record and has previously been charged with resisting arrest.

    “I was working on my porch with my toolbelt on and was being cordial,” Arman said of the incident. “But I wanted to safeguard myself by recording what happened.” Filming police officers carrying out their duties is widely considered to be legal and protected by the first amendment of the US constitution.

    Court and police officials in Ferguson could not be reached for comment. When asked on Friday whether the officer in the video clip was Wilson, a spokesman for the Ferguson police department told the Guardian in an email: “I don’t think that is him.” The spokesman did not respond to further questions.

    But a police incident report confirms that Wilson arrested Arman at his home on Redmond Avenue on 28 October 2013. The report states Wilson had arrived to issue a court summons regarding derelict vehicles that were being left on the property in violation of city rules. Redacted images of the report were first published by the Free Thought Project.

    Wilson wrote in his report that Arman became upset and said he wanted to record the encounter. Wilson said he told him “a voice recording would be acceptable” but Arman “refused to answer any questions or co-operate as he lifted the phone to begin a video recording of myself” and “stated that I must state my name to him” as Wilson asked for more information on the vehicles.

    Arman disputed Wilson’s account of the start of their encounter, saying that he “began recording within moments of Wilson approaching the property” and that Wilson only mentioned a voice recording being acceptable after Arman had been arrested.

    Despite being shown at the other end of Arman’s garden path, Wilson wrote in his report that he told Arman “to remove the camera from my face”. He claimed to have asked Arman to place his hands behind his back, which is not visible or audible from the recording. “I was forced to grab his wrists one at a time and secure them into handcuffs,” Wilson wrote.

    Wilson drove Arman to the Ferguson police department headquarters where he was charged with failure to comply and breaching regulations on pit bull dogs. The officer noted that he had been unable to enter the rear yard of Arman’s property “due to the pit bulls”. Arman claimed that the charge relating to pit bulls was dropped when he proved his pet was a bulldog.

  10. COGIC Letter to Jay Nixon

    November 13, 2014
    The Honorable Jay Nixon
    Governor of Missouri
    P.O. Box 720
    Jefferson City, Missouri 63103

    Dear Governor Nixon:

    The tragic shooting of Michael Brown is extremely troubling to us. As an organization that has invested over $ 140 million dollars in the St. Louis regional economy over the past four years, with the likelihood of investing an additional $150 million dollars over the next four years, we feel especially obligated to urge that steps be taken to ensure that there will be justice in the Michael Brown shooting and that necessary systemic changes will be made that reduce the likelihood of situations like those listed below happening again:

    1. The alleged circumstances surrounding his shooting;
    2. The fact that the body of a teenager was left lying in the street for over four hours;
    3. The militaristic response by law enforcement to individuals exercising their first amendment right to peaceful protest;
    4. The fact that law enforcement officers removed their name badges during protests so as to remain anonymous;
    5. What clearly looked like an effort by the Ferguson Police Chief to poison public opinion by releasing edited video tape about a totally unrelated event;
    6. The unprecedented time it took to make public the name of the involved officer;
    7. The fact that a police report has still not been made public as required by law;
    8. The fact that law enforcement was seen wearing bracelets that say ‘I am Darren Wilson’ while positing that the public wait for the completion of the process before drawing conclusions;
    9. The seemingly inordinate amount of time that it has taken to determine if Officer Wilson should be prosecuted; and,
    10. The additional shootings in St. Louis of which at least one appears to have resulted from inappropriate use of deadly force.

    An understanding of your plans to ensure justice is achieved and to make needed systemic changes will be helpful in our deliberations. We await your expeditious reply.


    Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr.
    Presiding Bishop and the General Board
    The Seventh in Succession

    Senator Claire McCaskill

    The Honorable Francis G. Slay
    Mayor, City of Saint Louis

    The Honorable James Knowles, III
    Mayor, City of Ferguson

    Mr. Charlie A. Dooley, County Executive
    St. Louis County, Missouri

    Ms. Kathleen M. Ratcliffe, President
    St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission

    Mr. Thomas J. Irwin, Executive Director
    Civic Progress

    The General Board

  11. rikyrah says:

    Charles M. Blow ✔ @CharlesMBlow
    I hate these dribs and drabs coming out of Ferguson. Just release everything to avoid the appearance of strategic narrative building.

  12. Ametia says:

    Here’s another post. LET’S STAY ON THESE LYING POS!

    New Video Shows Darren Wilson With No Visible Injuries After Shooting Michael Brown, Jim Hoft Keeps Lying
    No fractured eye socket


  13. Liza says:

    Amy Goodman’s compilation of “Democracy Now” police brutality news features. She has the only news program I am aware of that has consistently covered this topic and at least tried to find the truth.

    Police Brutality

    Democracy Now! has documented scandals of police brutality across the country. Scroll through the stories below to see our coverage of the killing of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and protests calling for the arrest of the officer who shot him. In New York City we reported on the death of Eric Garner after police placed him in a chokehold as he repeatedly told them, “I can’t breathe!” The encounter was recorded by an onlooker using his smartphone. We have also documented the killing of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a 68-year-old Marine veteran shot by police inside his own home after he mistakenly set off his LifeAid medical alert pendant. In 2011-2012 we covered the police crackdown on the Occupy movement, and spoke to Scott Olsen, who survived two tours in Iraq but nearly died when he was hit with a police projectile at an Occupy Oakland protest. We also interview loved ones of police victims, and feature conversations with advocates like Michelle Alexander, author of the best-selling book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.

    • Ametia says:

      Spot on, the so-called authorities/white supremacist will try every trick up their sleeves to take us backwards, under the auspices of “laws” they have perverted to keep blacks and other POC in tow. These so-called laws aren’t for de white folks!

    • Liza says:

      In this country, at least, there has always been more than enough to go around. You would think the day would come when we could at least allow each other to live in peace. But that day may never come. It seems to me there was a time when the future had more certainty especially if you were paying attention. But I haven’t felt that way for a long time. All of this police militarization and protection of killer cops means something. We know that there is a hell of a lot more to this than extra military equipment. We know.

      • Ametia says:

        THIS: “We know that there is a hell of a lot more to this than extra military equipment. We know.”

        Yes; it means they will continue to KILL BLACKS WITH IMPUNITY.

  14. Ametia says:

    Chauncey DeVega-WARN

    Let’s Play Detective: Is This a Video of Darren Wilson? And Would You Trust Him to Not Shoot You Without Cause?

  15. Tef Poe: ‘War Cry’ Governor Jay Nixon, my eulogy is Fuck You.

    TefPoe “War Cry” Jay Nixon Diss Record.
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  16. Journalists are sitting their lazy trifling ass on Twitter reading the lies Ferguson police are feeding the public & doing nothing about it.

    • Ametia says:

      Go, Stevie. You’re truly a WONDER. (PUN intended)

      However, Jay North and his ilk don’t even view blacks a HUMAN. We witnessed that fact this summer in Ferguson!

  17. rikyrah says:

    They continue with the evil.

  18. Denise Anderson-Gaines says:


  19. Ametia says:

    Where’s the blood and bruised up eye sockets? LIARS!

  20. Darren Wilson’s radio calls show fatal encounter was brief

    FERGUSON • The Aug. 9 fatal shooting here that sparked three months of protests and calls for change from around the world happened in less than 90 seconds, interviews and an analysis of police and EMS records shows.

    The records, obtained by the Post-Dispatch via Missouri’s Sunshine Law, provide the best timeline yet for the events surrounding the shooting of Michael Brown Jr., 18. Also released were police station surveillance videos that provide the most recent images of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who has not been seen publicly since the shooting. Wilson left the police station for the hospital two hours after the shooting, accompanied by other officers and his union lawyer.

    They returned about two and one-half hours later.

    Shortly after Brown’s death, a grand jury began hearing evidence to determine whether Wilson should be indicted in the killing. The grand jury’s decision is expected any day.

    More at the link above.

  21. “I’ll lock your ass up”! For what? Taking a photo? He refused to identify himself. He’s violating laws before you could count to ten.

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