The St Louis County coroner has released their autopsy report and it reveals that witnesses lied through their teeth. The Brown family saw the results back just after the autopsy was first done. They decided the autopsy was false and had their own autopsy conducted by top forensic scientist, Michael Baden. As you could see from the previous link, that autopsy tore holes into statements made by supposed witnesses. The new revelations bury those witnesses.
Forensics from the St Louis autopsy confirms that a struggle took place through the window. Brown was shot in the hand and his blood was found on the officer’s gun, uniform and badge, which exactly what would happen if someone was trying to reach for the gun. More importantly, the autopsy revealed that there was no way Michael Brown could have been surrendering with his hands up when he was shot. And finally, the fatal shot occurred as Brown was moving forward as dictated by the angle of the bullet.
Therefore, Dorian Johnson’s entire testimony is false and witnesses who stepped forward a week or two after the incident could not have possibly seen what they testified to. In fact, their so called eyewitness accounts mirrored Johnson’s, which was easily available from news reports. It seems likely they were either looking for their 15 minutes worth of fame or they lied in order to advance the narrative that Officer Wilson murdered Brown for no reason.
In testimony before the grand jury, Officer Wilson said that when he approached the two again to ask them about the stolen cigars, he tried to open his door but Brown slammed it shut and punched him in the face. All of that is also consistent with forensic evidence. Furthermore, a witness who claims that Brown was murdered by Wilson said that Johnson split after the first shot and could not possibly testify to what happened after that. The same witness also testified that Brown never raised his arms in surrender.
The liberal St Louis Post-Dispatch picked three additional forensics experts to see if they could dispute the original autopsy:
St. Louis medical examiner Dr. Michael Graham says the report supports claims that there was a “significant struggle” in Wilson’s patrol car, and Brown suffered a hand wound at “relatively short range.”
A forensic pathologist from San Francisco, Dr. Judy Melinek, says based on a bullet wound to Brown’s arm, Brown’s palms could not have been facing Wilson in the standard surrender position – with hands up and palms out – when he was shot, and Brown was falling forward or lunging when he was hit by the fatal shot to the top of his head.
Based on toxicology tests, Ohio State University College of Pharmacy consultant Alfred Staubus concludes Brown had used marijuana within a few hours of his death, but it is not clear if he was impaired at the time.
Game, set, match. Let the riots and the looting begin.