UNcanny Witness Interview in Mike Brown shootingSubmitted by Gamma Rat on Mon, 08/18/2014 - 19:17
I was watching the interview with the witness from the Mike Brown, Ferguson, MO shooting.
The first time I watched it, I was alone and I thought to myself... 'this dude seems way too calm and well spoken to have just witnessed his friend getting shot to death. The interviewee sounded like Huckleberry Finn reading a police report.
Let's be honest in that it is looking bad for Mike's story. This is not a judgement on the situation at all; however, the cop looks to have acted within protocol.
I watched the clip again with a friend, and I mentioned this thought to him. He is a former marine; he too thought it odd.
Finally, this morning I was going for a walk, and I was asking myself questions regarding this uncanny interview.
What are the possible reasons for the uncanny interview? I came up with three basic possibilities:
1. He received assistance and coordination AFTER the events took place but AFTER the interview.
2. He is just that articulate and calm, and the interview was spontaneous.
3. He received assistance and coordination BEFORE the events took place but BEFORE the interview.
I have a hard time putting them in a most likely to least likely sequence. The above is my best attempt, but my rational mind is just not settling on this...
Anyone want to join the process of applying logic to this interview?