Darren Wilson got away with murder, and he doesn’t feel guilty about it. During an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Wilson shared his side of what occurred during Michael Brown’s last moments.
Wilson claims that Brown became angry after he warned him and his friend to get out of the street. But everything Wilson said afterward seemed ridiculous and far-fetched. He said Brown approached him while he was still in the car and punched him several times in the face. There aren’t many career criminals that would ever consider punching an officer in the face. Brown was headed to college and didn’t have a criminal record.
After the initial altercation, Wilson said he had to use his gun and began firing. At some point, he said Brown turned and told him,”You’re too much of a p— to shoot me.”
Again, Brown wasn’t a kid with a death wish. Why would Brown urge a police officer to kill him? Wilson’s ridiculous story continued as he claimed that Brown charged at him the more he shot. This doesn’t make any sense. Most humans who are shot will stop or run away from the bullets. In Brown’s case, witnesses suggested that he had his hands up and surrendered before the shooting.
Unfortunately, nine whites, three blacks and a biased prosecutor saw fit for Wilson to dodge all potential charges.
But the most disturbing part of Wilson’s interview was his lack of remorse for Brown and his family by saying, “I know I did my job right.” Wilson also said if given the opportunity, he would do the same thing again.