About Them There Four Hours

The St. Louis (Mo.) grand jury rightly refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson of any criminal charges in the death of Mr. Mike Brown, but the Department of Justice and the family’s lawyers might pursue civil charges à la the O.J. Simpson case.

However, going into that briar patch will probably leave the pursuers of the rabbit both blooded and empty-handed, because Officer Wilson’s lawyers will be able to depose any number of people about Mr. Brown’s life history and his actions on the day he died.

Of particular interest in those depositions will be the four hours between Mr. Brown’s meeting up with his co-criminal, Dorian Johnson, and Johnson’s and the “Gentile Giant’s” robbery of the Ferguson Market.

Frequent AT contributor Jack Cashill has been all over the outstanding reporting done by the folks at The Conservative Treehouse with respect to Benghazigate and the Trayvon Martin case, and he has most recently commented about the possible troll witness #40 in the Mike Brown/Ferguson/Darren Wilson fiasco.

The jury will be out on witness #40 for a while, but those Treepers are, again, leading not only the pathetic reporting done in the Mainstream/Lamesteam Media but also the blogosphere’s reporting on the story.

Treeper Commonsense  has thoroughly deconstructed the conflicting testimony and comments of Mr. Johnson.  In fact, it is so thorough that my excerpting parts of it would do it a great injustice.

Suffice it to say the record reveals that Mr. Johnson left his girlfriend to get breakfast at 7 a.m., met up almost immediately with Mr. Brown, and then the two showed up sometime after 11 a.m. to rob the store. 

No account exists of what went on during those four hours, and the piece explains, among other things, why we should be interested in the actions of the two during those hours. 

The piece does an outstanding job of pointing out the many misconceptions about, and misleading actions and words of, “witnesses” to the shooting of Mr. Brown.

It also raises many, many troubling questions about the actions of Messrs. Johnson and Brown before that fateful day, during the unexplained four hours prior to the robbery, and during their encounter with Officer Wilson – and numerous questions about the testimony of several other witnesses.

Mr. Johnson’s serial lies and his apparent co-opting by the Black Grievance Industry lie at the heart of all that is wrong about the reporting on the case, and Commonsense reports on it as no one else seems to have done.

This piece presents a signal condemnation of the received wisdom with respect to the Brown/Wilson case, and it is an absolute must-read for serious people seeking an understanding of that case. 

And it is a signal recommendation that the Treehouse be on everyone’s daily reading list.

The author is retired, his profile may be found on LinkedIn, and he may be argued with at bilschan@hotmail.com.

The St. Louis (Mo.) grand jury rightly refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson of any criminal charges in the death of Mr. Mike Brown, but the Department of Justice and the family’s lawyers might pursue civil charges à la the O.J. Simpson case.

However, going into that briar patch will probably leave the pursuers of the rabbit both blooded and empty-handed, because Officer Wilson’s lawyers will be able to depose any number of people about Mr. Brown’s life history and his actions on the day he died.

Of particular interest in those depositions will be the four hours between Mr. Brown’s meeting up with his co-criminal, Dorian Johnson, and Johnson’s and the “Gentile Giant’s” robbery of the Ferguson Market.

Frequent AT contributor Jack Cashill has been all over the outstanding reporting done by the folks at The Conservative Treehouse with respect to Benghazigate and the Trayvon Martin case, and he has most recently commented about the possible troll witness #40 in the Mike Brown/Ferguson/Darren Wilson fiasco.

The jury will be out on witness #40 for a while, but those Treepers are, again, leading not only the pathetic reporting done in the Mainstream/Lamesteam Media but also the blogosphere’s reporting on the story.

Treeper Commonsense  has thoroughly deconstructed the conflicting testimony and comments of Mr. Johnson.  In fact, it is so thorough that my excerpting parts of it would do it a great injustice.

Suffice it to say the record reveals that Mr. Johnson left his girlfriend to get breakfast at 7 a.m., met up almost immediately with Mr. Brown, and then the two showed up sometime after 11 a.m. to rob the store. 

No account exists of what went on during those four hours, and the piece explains, among other things, why we should be interested in the actions of the two during those hours. 

The piece does an outstanding job of pointing out the many misconceptions about, and misleading actions and words of, “witnesses” to the shooting of Mr. Brown.

It also raises many, many troubling questions about the actions of Messrs. Johnson and Brown before that fateful day, during the unexplained four hours prior to the robbery, and during their encounter with Officer Wilson – and numerous questions about the testimony of several other witnesses.

Mr. Johnson’s serial lies and his apparent co-opting by the Black Grievance Industry lie at the heart of all that is wrong about the reporting on the case, and Commonsense reports on it as no one else seems to have done.

This piece presents a signal condemnation of the received wisdom with respect to the Brown/Wilson case, and it is an absolute must-read for serious people seeking an understanding of that case. 

And it is a signal recommendation that the Treehouse be on everyone’s daily reading list.

The author is retired, his profile may be found on LinkedIn, and he may be argued with at bilschan@hotmail.com.