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FBI Has Potentially Damning Recording of Moment Michael Brown Shot Dead in Ferguson

Michael Brown

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

FBI agents investigating the shooting death of an unarmed teen in Ferguson were handed a potentially damning recording of the encounter with an officer, the Daily Mail reports.

The audio captures at least 11 shots, with a pause after seven of them.

“There sounds like a pause in it (the audio). And when you hear that pause it brings some concern,” said retired Chief Deputy US Marshall Matthew Fog after listening on CNN.

“It is very significant, because if you have a pause there it means somebody had time to think and then fire again.”
A voice in the audio can be heard saying, “You’re so pretty,” before 11 gunshots ring out.

An attorney for the unidentified man with the recording said the audio, if authentic, shows a clear “point of contemplation” while shooting.


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Comment from frank3324
Time August 27, 2014 at 9:32 am

Perhaps, but only if one is interested in airing both sides of the story, one can presume that the officer fired his weapon…took note of whether the subject was down…and fired again once he realized that the threat was not neutralized by the first volley of fire. That is a very common occurence in officer involved shootings and it mirrors the way in which police officers are trained to react in such situations. I’m sure if there was no “pause” in the officer’s volley of fire, there would be those who would conclude that this is proof that the officer simply “unloaded” his weapon into an unarmed subject without ever checking to determine if the threat was neautralized. No matter what the audio tapes show, the race baiters on the left will use it to “spin” the facts so as to conform to their own , pre-determined conclusion that the officer murdered the street thug in cold blood.

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