The thing so many want to ignore is the fact that Brown was not shot until he began charging at Wilson. He'd already proven his thuglike behavior when he beat Wilson unmercifully back at the Tahoe. And here he was rushing toward Wilson again.
What was Wilson to do? He used his gun to protect himself. He fired a few shots. Brown stopped momentarily, then began rushing him again.. even though he obviously was hit by the officer's gunfire. So the officer fired a few more shots, the fatal blow being the bullet to the top of the head as Brown bent over in a tackle position, bearing down upon him.
Let's face the facts. Brown tried to bully a cop and bit off more than he could chew. Three separate autopsy's (by Prosecution ME, Defense ME, & F.B.I. ME) confirm Wilson's side of the story. People need to accept the Grand Jury's ruling and strive to teach their children proper ways to act when confronted by Law Enforcement Officer's
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