|Piaget Crenshaw at a mural for Michael Brown. She along with her attorney goes to CNN to disspell the racist right's account of the Michael Brown shooting.|
Piaget Crenshaw with her attorney goes to CNN to tell the junk food media that the events that sparked riots into the St. Louis metropolitan area was triggered Ferguson officer Darren Wilson.
Crenshaw said that her first month living in the Ferguson has been a nightmare. She was trying to go to work and the commotion outside drove her to record it.
She believes Wilson was caught on film shooting a fleeing Brown. The teen paused and turned to face Wilson with his hands up. He would shot Brown in the face with his service weapon.
She wants to disspell the racist right's account of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
“I knew this was not right, I knew police should not even have been chasing this young boy and firing at the same time,” Crenshaw told CNN. “That fact that he got shot in the face, it was something that clicked in me, I thought, somebody else needs to see this. This isn’t right.”
Crenshaw said there was a struggle at the police car in which it seemed Wilson was trying to draw Brown in. Brown took off running, and Crenshaw said Wilson began firing; when Brown turned around, he was shot multiple times. Crenshaw said that her accounting of the incident concurred with what she knew of the autopsy report, which found that Brown had been shot from the front. “When [Brown] turned toward the cop was when he let off the most shots,” Crenshaw said.
The racist right believes that officer Wilson was justifiable in shooting an unarmed Brown. They seen the release of a video in which Brown shoved a convenience store worker. He was accused by the law of stealing a few Swisher Sweet cigars. He had marijuana traces in his autopsy report. Some of his social networking profile pictures shows unflattering images of Brown. In the racist right's mind, this is enough for the law to lay six shots into him.
More rioting happened in Ferguson. Some in the media chasing for them ratings got hit with tear gas from the law and sometimes rocks from the protesters.
Embattled governor Jay Nixon (D-MO) ordered the national guard to handle situation after pleas by Missouri Highway Patrol chief Ron Johnson failed. President Barack Obama has ordered Attorney General Eric Holder to travel to Ferguson.