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Michael Brown Road Rash And Pants Down, Proof Michael Rushed Wilson?

Posted by Larry Barnes on August 22, 2014

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Dorian Johnson said Brown was shot at the police car. There may be a blood trail that lays out the exact path Brown took after he was shot.

Michael Brown’s “Baden” autopsy was poorly done bordering on fraudulent. The wound on the right upper arm would have a wound track to the right nipple that would make it very difficult or painful or impossible to raise the right arm above the head. The determining factor would be bone and muscle damage.

The real autopsy result may determine if all the witness statements about Brown raising his arms in surrender are false.

Photo credit:
http://www.occupycorporatism.com/home/exclusive-michael-brown-shooting-witness-releases-photo-scene/

Michael Browns crime scene photos show his pants were pulled down by the force of his forward motion when added to Dr Baden’s statement that Brown had a road rash may prove Brown rushed Wilson.

As the truth continues to bounce off their thick skulls, CNN continues to beat the dead horse pulling their drive-by cart.

Known wounds with wound count.

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If you bend Michael Browns right arm can you get a grazing wound and a penetrating wound to line up?

If you put a gun into Michael Browns hand as if he was trying to take it from Officer Wilson can you make a grazing wound and a penetrating wound line up?

If you interview Dr Baden and don’t ask these questions what kind of interviewer are you?

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7 Responses to “Michael Brown Road Rash And Pants Down, Proof Michael Rushed Wilson?”

  1. Kamau said

    even if MB did rush officer Wilson that is still not grounds for deadly force, “Force” yes, but not deadly force

    • Larry Barnes said

      Well, then Officer Wilson violated your use of force policy. Have you decided on a punishment and notified the FPD?
      The policy reads:
      An officer may use deadly lethal force when the officer reasonably believes that the action is in defense of human life, including the officers own life, or in defense of any person in imminent danger of serious physical injury. The officer should have exhausted every alternative means of apprehension before using deadly force and lethal force will not be used if there’s a clear risk to the safety of a third person.
      “The Ferguson policy is very clear about when an officer is supposed to use deadly force,” said UMSL professor David Klinger.
      Klinger said the back half of the policy also requires that the suspect committed or attempted to commit a felony, the crime involved the use or threatened use of deadly force, and if there’s a substantial risk the suspect will kill or seriously hurt someone if the suspect is not stopped.

      • Kamau said

        Yes, charge him with “Assault In The First Degree” and if that offense causes the Felony-Murder rule to attach (under Missouri Law), Invoke it and go after him for “First Degree Murder” you got anymore questions smart ass?

        • Larry Barnes said

          verb:
          To assault is defined as to cause harm to someone, to threaten harm, or to try and cause harm.
          (Holding a gun on someone is an example of an assault.)(Michael charging at Officer Wilson is an example of assault.

          Assault is simple or aggravated, not “Assault In The First Degree”.

          The FPD policy reads:
          An officer may use deadly lethal force when the officer reasonably believes that the action is in defense of human life, including the officers own life, or in defense of any person in imminent danger of serious physical injury. The officer should have exhausted every alternative means of apprehension before using deadly force and lethal force will not be used if there’s a clear risk to the safety of a third person.

          • Larry Barnes said

            Missouri Revised Statutes

            Chapter 565
            Offenses Against the Person
            Section 565.050

            August 28, 2013

            Assault, first degree, penalty.
            565.050. 1. A person commits the crime of assault in the first degree if he attempts to kill or knowingly causes or attempts to cause serious physical injury to another person.

            2. Assault in the first degree is a class B felony unless in the course thereof the actor inflicts serious physical injury on the victim in which case it is a class A felony.

            • well apparently lawyers in Ferguson disagree because they are considering the same thing 🙂 I’m just proud of my self because as a law student and aspiring California State Prosecutor that I thought of it first before researching and discovering that seasoned lawyers thought the same thing 🙂 #TryAgain

              • Larry Barnes said

                On the narrowness of the issue, charging Officer Wilson with assault is not appropriate, he committed a homicide. The felony murder rule is not applicable to Wilson because Wilson is the principle suspect. Adrian Johnson could/might be charged under the felony murder rule.

                The California Bar will grade your ability to communicate effectively.
                Missouri Revised Statutes

                Chapter 565
                Offenses Against the Person
                Section 565.050

                August 28, 2013

                Assault, first degree, penalty.
                565.050. 1. A person commits the crime of assault in the first degree if he attempts to kill or knowingly causes or attempts to cause serious physical injury to another person.

                2. Assault in the first degree is a class B felony unless in the course thereof the actor inflicts serious physical injury on the victim in which case it is a class A felony.

                “(I)f he (Wilson/Brown) attempts to kill or knowingly causes or attempts to cause serious physical injury…..” is not applicable to Wilson or Brown. Wilson committed a homicide and Brown committed an act of simple assault. Notice the words “attempts” and “causes” in the Statutes. Neither applies to a person who has “simply” charged a police officer.

                You have your own use of force and interpretations of law and fact, your own defective communication skills and a desire to pander to the lowest common denominator. You will not do well unless you change.

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