Video: Alleged friend of Ferguson officer Darren Wilson offers story of shooting

robberyOn Friday, a caller to Dana Loesch’s radio program claimed to be a friend of Darren Wilson, the police officer said to have shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.

“The woman said that she came by the details via Wilson’s significant other,” Loesch said. “After I hung up she called back and told my programming direction that her relationship to the named officer is legitimate. I haven’t personally vetted the association, but wanted to post the audio for comparison to the pending results of the investigation.”

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Here’s video of the conversation, courtesy of Dana Loesch:

It would be interesting to see how close the details are to each other.

Meanwhile, here’s raw video of the robbery that took place before Brown was shot, courtesy of CBS:

 

TPM added:

Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson said officer Darren Wilson, a six-year veteran, was the officer who shot Brown. He gave a timeline of the shooting, which included a response to a 911 call from a convenience store shortly before the shooting around 12 p.m. Saturday.

The police also released an incident report about the robbery, which said that Brown was the “primary suspect,” according to reporters at the scene who had access to the physical copies. Brown had stolen cigars from the convenience store, the report stated, and had pushed an employee who asked him to pay for them.

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