You will have to follow the link below to see all of this – but, the crux of the matter is that Officer Wilson shot Mike Brown to death not 35 feet away as announced by the Ferguson Police…
But 148 feet away.
That is over 40 yards!
An NFL level athlete can cover that distance from a standing start in about 4.5 seconds. A NFL lineman, a guy weighing about 300 lbs, as Mike Brown did – can maybe do it in just under 5 seconds. Mike Brown was no NFL level athlete – meaning it would have probably taken him something on the order of 6-7 seconds to cover that distance.
A policeman, using the standard Glock 19, can shoot 19 rounds in under 3 seconds, pop a new clip in and get at least 6 more off in 6 seconds.
Meaning the “fear of his life” defense… Is totally bullshit.
For 104 days, the police have lied and said Mike Brown was killed 35 feet away from Darren Wilson’s SUV. It was actually 148 feet.
This distance is essential to the defense and how Darren Wilson must demonstrate that he “reasonably feared for his safety.” At the point in which Mike Brown ran half a football field away, how reasonable is it for an armed officer to fear anyone?
On the afternoon of August 9, 2014, Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Mike Brown, an unarmed teenager, in Ferguson, Missouri. Below is the first video filmed from Canfield Drive, where the shooting occurred, showing the exact measurement between where Darren Wilson’s SUV was parked and Mike Brown died. After that, we methodically debunk the lie that Mike Brown was killed in close proximity to Darren Wilson’s SUV.
Using Google Maps –
Walking the distance by foot with a rolling measuring tape of the type used in Auto Accidents…
And what the Ferguson Police claimed…