“Now, right off the bat, it sure sounds like a believable story. Gotta say, I was like, okay, this is making a lot of sense . . . then he gets to this point about what's going through his head during this 10 second exchange of fists and pulling and grabbing. ‘what provoked such an aggressive response to really nothing out of the ordinary besides a conversation’ . . . now, this is very interesting, because what Officer Wilson had said that made his story seem believable was that he mentioned this handful of cigarellos in MB's hand . . . so he thought that this was the guy on the scanner he had heard about . . . but before that, he said how these two dudes were walking down the yellow line of the street so he drives his car right at them and is still in drive facing them in their path . . . Now all of that doesn't square at all, or am I imagining that at all?”
“A very intricate, complicated story. Wilson fired the gun and hits Brown, then Brown and him are in shock, Brown steps back and gets angry (no shit) and then he fires the gun again and it jams, so he fires again and misses. Brown turns to flee. Then he is radioing for help but that was never received. Michael Brown was on the run, acknowledged by Officer Wilson at 30-40 feet.”
“Now, Wilson is coming after Brown, and Brown stops and turns. Then he says Brown slips his hand into his waistband and his left hand is a fist (remember, one of these has been shot by this time, but no mention of that in Officer Wilson's account here) and Brown starts to charge. ‘Is there a weapon in there? is there a knife? is there a brick?’ at this point, Officer Wilson determines that he can shoot this.
Now, I do think the way he words the questioning of himself about the weapon is the most damning of all . . . why a knife, why a brick? Why wouldn't he think there would be a gun? That just seems odd”