Ferguson police officer, Darren Wilson during an interview with ABC News's George Stephanopoulos, says he wouldn't have acted differently if Michael Brown had been a white guy. According to him, it was his life or Brown's. He is claiming that the deceased had reached into his car and grabbed his gun. He said Brown charged toward him and he felt compelled to shoot in self defense.
"I … again taken aback because I’ve never been trapped in my car. I use my door to try and push him back and yell at him to get back. And again he just pushed the door shut and just stared at me."
He stared at me, like almost over top of me … looked like he was trying to intimidate me. And as I looked back at him, all of a sudden punches started flying … He threw the first one and hit me in the left side of my face."
"I started backpedaling, 'cause he’s just getting too close and he’s not stopping."
"After I fired the second round of shots, he gets about eight to 10 feet (away). And as he does that, he kinda starts to lean forward like he’s gonna tackle me. And eight to 10 feet is close and what I saw was his head. If he’s gonna tackle me, he’s gonna tackle me at that point. And I looked down my barrel of my gun and I fired."
Chai! The dead can't speak for themselves. Everything he said sounds like a well scripted movie. Abeg, continue to watch the video at the jump if you may...