This Video of Officer Darren Wilson Standing Over Michael Brown’s Body Could Offer Important Evidence to the Case

1 year ago

Photo: Video/Piaget Crenshaw

Since Michael Brown was shot and killed on August 9th, his parents have plead the public for evidence to help prove their son was murdered in cold blood.

One woman has stepped forward with video footage that shows the 18-year-old’s lifeless body laying in the street as Officer Darren Wilson — the cop who shot him — anxiously paces back and forth.

Piaget Crenshaw lives in an apartment overlooking the street in Ferguson where Brown was killed, and she says the police have had her footage since they confiscated her phone following the shooting.

Crenshaw admits that she filmed the scene because, from the beginning, she felt like something was off about the situation. “From it all initially happening, I knew this was not right. I knew the police shouldn’t have been chasing this boy and firing at the same time. And the fact he got shot in his face, something clicked in me and I thought someone else should see this so I recorded,” she told CNN.

An autopsy report has confirmed that Brown was shot at least six times, including in the face.

According to Crenshaw, it appeared that the officer was trying to pull the teen into his car when Brown got away. The officer then fired his weapon multiple times.

And Crenshaw’s footage isn’t the only incriminating evidence against Wilson. @TheePharoah reportedly lives on the street where the shooting took place. His series of posts, coupled with Crenshaw’s video could prove the cop fired out of malice, rather than self-defense, as Brown was running when the officer fired.

What appears to be Michael Brown’s body in the street:

The most crucial evidence is the following Tweet:

His admittance to being a witness could make him liable to testify:

A photo of the officer with an assault rifle:

Although @TheePharoah asked media not to contact him, the information he provided could not only be considered crucial evidence, but further proof that social media is changing the way the news unfolds.

Officer Wilson is currently on paid administrative leave, pending the outcome of the investigation.

UPDATE: In spite of the evidence mounting against him, Officer Wilson is a free man. A jury decided, Monday, that “no probable cause exists to file any charge against Officer Wilson.” Click here to read more about the ruling.

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