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Ferguson police officer breaks his silence since grand jury decision

Ferguson police officer breaks his silence since grand jury decision

(7:27) Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9, 2014, gives his version of events that day.

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I feel sorry for this cop. I wonder did he ever receive training on how to shoot someone in the leg. Perhaps it was difficult to shoot him in the leg from such a distance, but then again, a large distance doesn't suggest his life was in harm at that point.

It seems like the people believe he had no other choice but to shoot dead an unarmed criminal.

Even in war it's called a war crime.

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I feel sorry for this cop. I wonder did he ever receive training on how to shoot someone in the leg. Perhaps it was difficult to shoot him in the leg from such a distance, but then again, a large distance doesn't suggest his life was in harm at that point.

It seems like the people believe he had no other choice but to shoot dead an unarmed criminal.

Even in war it's called a war crime.

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Guest: marketing (1059 days ago)

Talk about a setup interveiw. Everytime this idoit made a mistake on his job he covers it basic Police BS. Sounds like they took there time ot rehearse it. Marketing this poor tiny man with a car and gun as the victim. ******************

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Talk about a setup interveiw. Everytime this idoit made a mistake on his job he covers it basic Police BS. Sounds like they took there time ot rehearse it. Marketing this poor tiny man with a car and gun as the victim. ******************

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cengland0 cengland0 (1060 days ago)

"This video is no longer available on BoreMe"

A good way for them to hide the truth of what happened. Don't allow his video to be seen by the public.

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"This video is no longer available on BoreMe"

A good way for them to hide the truth of what happened. Don't allow his video to be seen by the public.

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MyName MyName (1059 days ago)

It's available on youtube, just search the title of this post.

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It's available on youtube, just search the title of this post.

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cengland0 cengland0 (1059 days ago)

The video appears to have been fixed.

Now that we can hear the police’s point of view, I wonder what people think about it now.

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The video appears to have been fixed.

Now that we can hear the police’s point of view, I wonder what people think about it now.

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MyName MyName (1059 days ago)

Well, it's certainly another side to the story but my impression was that the interviewer was loading the questions and occasionally put words in his mouth. Too biased for me to judge anything about the event.

Just my opinion of the interview. I know too little about the event itself to get into any debate about it.

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Well, it's certainly another side to the story but my impression was that the interviewer was loading the questions and occasionally put words in his mouth. Too biased for me to judge anything about the event.

Just my opinion of the interview. I know too little about the event itself to get into any debate about it.

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cengland0 cengland0 (1059 days ago)

After hearing the police side of the story, do you think he should be convicted of killing an unarmed man and given life in prison? Note that there has been no evidence to contradict what the policeman said.

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After hearing the police side of the story, do you think he should be convicted of killing an unarmed man and given life in prison? Note that there has been no evidence to contradict what the policeman said.

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MyName MyName (1059 days ago)

As I said, I don't know enough to get into a debate about it. I wasn't in court, I haven't seen all the evidence. I'm not going to make a judgement based on an interview on ABC with a policeman.

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As I said, I don't know enough to get into a debate about it. I wasn't in court, I haven't seen all the evidence. I'm not going to make a judgement based on an interview on ABC with a policeman.

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cengland0 cengland0 (1059 days ago)

Good decision and I congratulate you for it. I wish the other people of Ferguson thought the same way as you.

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Good decision and I congratulate you for it. I wish the other people of Ferguson thought the same way as you.

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MyName MyName (1059 days ago)

Well, that's my position.

Would it be safe to assume that you side with the policeman and not the unarmed black teenager? Or am I being unfair?

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Well, that's my position.

Would it be safe to assume that you side with the policeman and not the unarmed black teenager? Or am I being unfair?

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