Lion of the Blogosphere

Proof that the cop’s story is the correct one!

Captured on the audio part of a video!. A man with an ebonics accent explaining that Michael Brown rushed at the cop who reacted by to shooting at him.

So the witnesses who tell a different story have been lying to protect a fellow black brother. In contrast, the guy in the background saying this didn’t realize he was being recorded, so he told it the way he saw it.

Once again, I am disgusted at the mainstream media that has jumped to the wrong conclusion in order to advance its Narrative about innocent blacks being hunted down by out-of-control racist white cops.

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Also note the autopsy which showed that Brown was shot six times, all in the front. The first four bullets only hit his arm. More evidence which contradicts a lying witness who said Brown was shot in the back while running away.

Also, the autopsy reveals that Brown was 6’4” and weight 292 pounds. That guy was huge.

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There’s also the fact that the cop’s face was bruised from being punched by Brown [probably wrong, maybe his face was bruised when they wrestled in the car]. We’ve seen TV shows where the cop has his buddy punch him to fake evidence, but that couldn’t have happened here because it was a crowded semi-urban area where there were a lot of witnesses watching.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

August 17, 2014 at 11:51 PM

Posted in Crime, News

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  1. C’mon, you aren’t disgusted. You’d have been shocked had they acted commendably. As would any other rational person. They are in the business of peddling and hyping cliches and lies. Want to change the cliches, buy the megaphone. Leading to a Lion-worthy question, why don’t conservatives own more megaphones?

    BTW – This commenter, Sam Haysom posting at Sailer, is correct:

    “To my mind, thats the real powerful of the megaphone: being able to constantly shift the logic of one’s argument to rhetorically wrong foot your opponent in full knowledge that you’ll never get called on it”

    Curle

    August 18, 2014 at 12:50 AM

    • Actually American mainstream media is pretty insane and messed up. Even in supposedly lefter countries like the UK, France and Germany, the media does not shamelessly lie anywhere close to the extent that our media does.

      In other countries the media does not change its reporting in such a systemic way. It was astonishing and depressing to me how Obama’s scandals managed to vanish from the media only to reappear after the election. The Benghazi scandal for example would not be reported until after the election even though it was all there before the election. When Romney tried to bring it up Candy Crawley, the debate moderator, actually went on the attack and lied to protect Obama. That was incredibly powerful because Crawley had managed to obtain a position of neutrality.

      Will there come a time when American decline becomes so obvious and serious that mainstream media puts truth above political efforts?

      Dan

      August 18, 2014 at 10:19 AM

      • What’s worse is that Crowley and the Obama campaign coordinated. When Romney made his remark that Obama hadn’t called it terrorism, Obama just said, “Back me up Candy.” She then pulled out the TRANSCRIPT of Obama’s speech from the day after Bengahzi (a 9/11 memorial speech). That had to have been planned.

        Mike Street Station

        August 18, 2014 at 12:16 PM

  2. Where’s Anderson Cooper in all this? Probably working on a “special” with Soledad O’brien.

    jef

    August 18, 2014 at 2:20 AM

  3. “Also, the autopsy reveals that Brown was 6’4” and weight 292 pounds. That guy was huge.”

    That’s what irritates me about claims the officer shot an “unarmed” man. It would be difficult for an average officer to prevent someone that large from physically taking his gun. The two suspects had already tried to take it earlier but ran off after it discharged during the struggle. After Brown turned around and charged, what was the officer supposed to do — let Brown chase him down and kill him with his own gun?

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    “Once again, I am disgusted at the mainstream media that has jumped to the wrong conclusion in order to advance its Narrative about innocent blacks being hunted down by out-of-control racist white cops.”

    The last time it happened was the summer of 2012. I’m wondering if we can look forward to this every election year.

    destructure

    August 18, 2014 at 2:34 AM

    • In white-racist America, violent black drug-addled thieves just can’t catch a break.

      Jonathan Silber

      August 18, 2014 at 8:55 AM

  4. Great stuff Lion.

    Every day I become more racist. I need to listen to some Miles Davis, watch some Cosby show, and just chill the fuck out.

    rivsdiary

    August 18, 2014 at 5:02 AM

  5. 6’4 290 is fucking huge.

    I have an idea. What if instead of 32 NFL teams, we up to 500, maybe that would help reduce crime in America.

    rivsdiary

    August 18, 2014 at 5:04 AM

    • No, it would mean that murders would be able to afford a top defense team to get them off the hook. See Lewis, Ray. Also, see Simpson, Orenthal.

      Dan

      August 18, 2014 at 10:00 AM

  6. Truthfully, black men are do violent because they have nothing to live for. Expanding the NFL to 500 teams would give them hope and a chance at stardom!

    rivsdiary

    August 18, 2014 at 5:06 AM

  7. 6’4 290 the Dolphins could have used him! Now I am pissed. Feel like protesting.

    rivsdiary

    August 18, 2014 at 5:09 AM

  8. Shawn

    August 18, 2014 at 8:31 AM

  9. rivsdiary

    August 18, 2014 at 9:18 AM

  10. “We’ve seen TV shows where the cop . . . ”

    This is the most important factor in understanding the public’s understanding (or lack thereof) of all things Police. The right is no more immune to this influence than the left. We should know better. It’s the same people making TV shows and movies as the folks bringing you the ‘news’.

    Jim

    August 18, 2014 at 9:22 AM

  11. Same as it ever was ….

    Bernie

    August 18, 2014 at 9:43 AM

  12. Let’s see what LotB’s favorite people (Marxists) are saying about Michael Brown as they take a break from the struggle for the rights of the people:

    https://www.facebook.com/cpusa

    Giant surprise. Pro-Marx = Morally and intellectually retarded

    runindogs

    August 18, 2014 at 9:54 AM

    • Brown was killed more than a century after Marx died, I don’t see how anything Marx wrote could be relevant. And Marx disliked the lumpenproletariat, of which Brown was obviously a member.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      August 18, 2014 at 10:20 AM

      • I would say about half of NYC’s population belongs in the lumpenprole category. Further, the prole drift has become a reality. I never seen so many tattooed up folks than ever before, and many women are so out of it. Just look at their calves that remind you of drumsticks.

        By the way, if you haven’t noticed, Manhattan is now dirtier and smellier than its gentrification days under Giuliani. The mix of garbage strewn, leftover food, dog urine and smothered feces on the pavement cooks up a foul odor even among the better neighborhoods.

        JS

        August 18, 2014 at 10:37 AM

    • As someone influenced by Marx, the Communist Party is a joke. Real change begins in the workplace.

      Kant

      August 18, 2014 at 10:58 AM

  13. Fiddlesticks

    August 18, 2014 at 10:32 AM

    • With the exception of companies that provide necessities such as food and clothing in this bad economy and with our culturally stagnant country and post scarcity world, every other business is becoming the icing on the cake, and probably bad icing, now that technology is taking the helm by replacing a lot of human oriented services and reducing the need for certain tangible goods. The essence in America was about having more than our basic needs met so we can consumer ceaselessly, resulting in wastefulness, where many of those “high status” careers would lead to such a lifestyle, and it seems like it’s all coming to an end. Capitalistic America as we know it has come to an end of its relevance.

      I just sold a large chunk of my expensive book collection before they could become damaged by moisture and god forbid they would be burned in fire. The chump buyers were willing to pay a decent amount of money for them. Most of those titles are now available at a library or in pdf online format, where you can just copy of print them out and turn them into a book.

      If anyone knows anything about the vintage guitar market, wealthy baby boomers in particular were investing into it like it was the stock market, only to see their investments tanked significantly in value. They’ve become cheap pieces of wooden toys for the Millennial generation who for the most part have shun all forms of collectible hobbies and musical instrumentation that the boomer generation took up that was quite expensive and required a huge maintenance only possible with a high paying job.

      JS

      August 18, 2014 at 11:21 AM

      • As someone who has been an avid reader and book collector for decades, let me tell you that a lot of titles that say “on shelf” in a library catalog are not actually on the shelf – and never will be. Also, many people want print material to read – reading on a PC is a drag (unless of course, you’re reading this blog, and then you’re willing to take the eye strain because LOTB is such an enjoyable place to be!) As for printing out copies of a book from a library copy or PC file, this takes a lot of ink and paper. It gets expensive and then you end up with something that needs to be professionally bound or the sheets get loose or take up too much space. The only time the “print it out or photocopy instead of buy” option works is if the book is highly expensive (say $40 or more.) I get used books on halfcom and Amazon and rarely pay more than $4-10 for any title.

        Maryk

        August 18, 2014 at 7:45 PM

      • “reading on a PC is a drag [because] eye strain”

        I wouldn’t read novels on a PC, but surfing the web and reading heavily is no sweat!

        You need: a laptop in your lap, reclining desk chair w/ feet elevated on an Ottoman or bed, and the screen brightness turned down (I’m on level 5 of 8).

        anon

        August 19, 2014 at 3:11 AM

      • Maryk — Stop going to the NYPL which is prole. You need to get a membership with a college library such as Columbia’s Butler or even NYU’s Bobst and you will have access to many of the online versions of expensive books, which are usually academic oriented, and they can be printed out for little as $15 a book. The actual book from the publisher would cost you 3X as much. Most of the expensive books out in the market aren’t the low brow stuff read by people whom we like to call proles. Do you think I was talking books written by Suze Orman? LOL…

        JS

        August 19, 2014 at 9:43 AM

      • Bobst access is $375/year if you are not an alumni. (Alumni get a $100 discount.)

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        August 19, 2014 at 9:55 AM

      • It’s still a good deal at that price because you will also have access to the actual physical books and these libraries have scanners where you scan the pages and turn them into PDFs.

        NYPL is prole and most of their books are gear towards a prole and NAM demographic. You will not find many great selections unless you are in the main branch on 5th Ave which is like an overguarded fortress, and a real pain to gain access to and also to retrieve the books which are not on the shelves, you will need to get a staff to retrieve it in their storage area.

        JS

        August 19, 2014 at 10:14 AM

  14. https://plus.google.com/+DanMcDermott/posts/K9o2f2iBfpT

    Here is Officer Darren Wilson’s version of the Ferguson, Mo. shooting according to a woman claiming to be a family friend:

    “It’s been really hard to be quiet because I do know his [Officer Wilson’s] version of the story and I haven’t… It seems like everyone is only talking about the other side and I understand they haven’t really gotten to hear his side and I have been afraid to say anything. I think we all are, all of his friends and his family but I think we need to put out his version of events so maybe people can consider them as the truth, if nothing else.

    “[Officer Wilson] said that they were walking in the middle of the street. He rolled his window down and said, ‘Come on guys. Get out of the street.’ They refused to and were yelling back and we’re almost where we’re going and there was some cussing and he kept rolling up and he pulled over and I believe at that point he called for some backup but I’m not sure but I know he pulled up ahead of them and he was watching them and he gets a call in that there was a strong arm robbery and he gets a description and he looks at them and they’ve got something in their hands that looks like it could be… cigars or whatever. So he goes in reverse back at them. He tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael [Brown] did. Then he opens his door again and tries to get out and as he did Michael just bum rushes him, just slams him back into his car, punches him in the face and then [Officer Wilson] grabs for his gun and then Michael grabs for the gun. At one point he’s got the gun turned totally against his hip and shoves it away and the gun goes off.

    “Then Michael takes off with his friend. They get to be about 35 feet away and Darren [Wilson], of course protocol is to pursue. So he stands up and yells, ‘Freeze!’ Michael and his friend turn around and Michael starts taunting him. ‘Oh, what are you going to do about it? You’re not gonna shoot me.’

    “And then all of a sudden [Michael] started to bum rush him. He just started coming at him full speed so [Officer Wilson] started shooting and he just kept coming. So [Officer Wilson] really thinks [Michael Brown] was on something because he just kept coming. It was unbelievable. And so the final shot was in the forehead and he fell about 2 or 3 feet in front of the officer.

    “So that’s why the stories are going around that he was shot execution style. I think some people saw the shot to his head. Of course ballistics will prove that he wasn’t shot in the back like other people are saying, quote unquote ‘witnesses.’

    “That’s his version of what happened.”

    Rifleman

    August 18, 2014 at 10:40 AM

    • I’m don’t know if that really is the officer’s version of the story, but it sounds totally plausible…unless you work for the Justice Department or the Media.

      Mike Street Station

      August 18, 2014 at 1:55 PM

    • Every word of that description has the ring of truth to it. It all passes the smell test. None of the other so-called descriptions do.

      peterike2

      August 18, 2014 at 8:40 PM

  15. you are surprised that negros and their liberal media allies lied whole time? are you serious? everyone already knew this except for liberals and their pets.

    ericcartman

    August 18, 2014 at 11:09 AM

    • you are surprised that negros and their liberal media allies lied whole time? are you serious? everyone already knew this except for liberals and their pets

      I’m certainly not surprised the media lied but this is one case where I didn’t know which side to take from the start. It’s one group of serial liars vs another group of serial liars.

      everybodyhatesscott

      August 18, 2014 at 3:36 PM

      • Agreed. I can usually tell straight off what happened based on common sense and experience. This time, it wasn’t so easy. It’s not that I thought Michael Brown didn’t contribute to the situation given the earlier robbery. And I know an officer isn’t going to deliberately murder someone in the middle of the street in broad daylight for nothing. But the fact so many witnesses claiming he was shot in the back with his hands up made me wonder if the cop hadn’t gotten carried away and blown it. I should have known better than to believe that mob of race howlers. I’m angry at myself for letting them play me for a chump.

        destructure

        August 19, 2014 at 4:01 AM

  16. LotB, would you consider traveling to Ferguson, MO to report on the impending grand jury indictment of Officer Darren Wilson (sort of like GLP did on the George Zimmerman trial)?

    Today, Time Magazine reported that $10K had been raised during the first day of on-line fund raising for Officer Wilson’s impending legal defense.

    (By the way, it appears that GLP’s coverage of the Zimmerman trial launched is professional journalism career.)

    E. Rekshun

    August 18, 2014 at 6:08 PM

  17. It is too big to fail at this stage, so you will never be able to learn what actually happened. If you look at foreign media – it is all over this. Info war is going on, the US government is invested heavily. There will be “witnesses” on youtube etc. etc.

    MyTwoCents

    August 18, 2014 at 7:25 PM

    • I haven’t been following this closely, but I did note in the world section of my paper (in New Zealand) this incident was mentioned. Accompanying the article was a piece about how even in the age of Obama there is significant racial inequality in the US. They mentioned various statistics. The underlying message seemed to be that the US is still a r8cist place.

      Fortunately, I’m aware of HBD and know that discimination doesn’t explain the statistics.

      Julian

      August 19, 2014 at 2:05 AM

  18. Reblogged this on Caucasian Shepherd and commented:
    Go, Lion!

    alixisivanova

    August 18, 2014 at 11:18 PM

  19. It should also be said that the autopsy results, which show that Brown was shot from the front, also contradict the assertion that he had his hands up when he was shot.

    Occupant

    August 19, 2014 at 12:21 AM


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