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Wilson heard the description of the suspects and soon after observed two black males walking down the middle of the street.

Wilson pulled up to them and told the two to walk on the sidewalk, and Johnson replied, "we're almost to our destination". As they passed his window, Brown said "fuck what you have to say".

Wilson then backed up about ten feet to where they were and attempted to open his door. After backing up, Wilson told the two to "come here", and Brown told him in reply, "what the fuck are you gonna do".

Wilson shut the door and Brown approached him and he opened the door again "trying to push him back", while telling him to get back.

Brown "started swinging and punching at me from outside the vehicle", and Brown had his body against the door.

Wilson said the first strike from Brown was a "glancing blow", and at that point he was trying to get Brown's arms out of his face. This was when Brown turned to his left and handed Johnson several packs of the stolen cigarillos he had been holding.

Wilson said he "felt like a 5-year-old holding onto Hulk Hogan " while he attempted to restrain Brown when he reached through his police car window.

Wilson said he thought about using his mace and his baton , but he was unable to reach either of them. He then drew his weapon and pointed it at Brown and told him to stop or he would shoot him, while ordering him to the ground.

According to Wilson, Brown then said "you're too much of a fucking pussy to shoot me" and grabbed for his gun and twisted it, pointing it at him, into his hip area.

Wilson placed his left hand against Brown's hand and his other hand on the gun and pushed forward with both his arms.

The gun was somewhat lined up with Brown, and Wilson pulled the trigger twice, but the weapon failed to discharge. On the next try, the gun fired and Brown then attempted to hit him multiple times inside his vehicle.

Wilson shot at Brown again, but missed, and Brown took off running east, while Wilson exited his vehicle and radioed for backup.

Wilson followed Brown, yelling for him to stop and get on the ground, but he kept running. Brown eventually stopped and turned and made a "grunting noise" and started running at him with his right hand under his shirt in his waistband.

Brown ignored Wilson's commands to stop and get on the ground, so Wilson fired multiple shots at him, paused, and yelled at him to get on the ground again, but Brown was still charging at him and had not slowed down.

Wilson then fired another set of shots, but Brown was still running at him. When Brown was about eight to ten feet away, Wilson fired more shots, with one of those hitting Brown in the head, which brought him down with his hand still in his waistband.

Wilson said two patrol cars showed up approximately fifteen to twenty seconds after the final shot. When his supervisor arrived, he was sent to the police station.

Wilson told detectives Brown had reached his right hand into his waistband and that the hand still appeared to be in the waistband after Brown was shot.

The medical investigator at the scene of the shooting did not take any photographs and testified to the grand jury that Brown's left hand was under his dead body, near the waistband, and the right hand was extended outwards.

Numerous witness accounts were consistent with Wilson's account and also agreed with the physical evidence at hand. Many witnesses corroborated that Wilson acted in self-defense during the event.

A number of the witnesses who corroborated Wilson's account of events expressed fear and apprehension in testifying, saying they had been harassed or threatened by individuals from the Ferguson community.

Witness was a year-old biracial male. He said he saw Wilson chase Brown until Brown abruptly turned around. Brown did not put his hands up in surrender but made some type of movement similar to pulling his pants up or a shoulder shrug and then made a full charge at Wilson.

Witness thought Wilson's life was threatened and he only fired shots when Brown was coming toward him. After the shooting, Witness remained in the neighborhood for a short period of time, and corrected a couple of people who claimed Wilson "stood over [Brown] and shot while [he was] on the ground".

Witness "kept thinking" Wilson's shots were "missing" Brown because Brown kept moving. According to the witness, "crowds of people had begun to gather, wrongly claiming the police shot Brown for no reason and that he had his hands up in surrender".

Two black women approached Witness , mobile phones set to record, asking him to recount what he had witnessed. Witness responded that they would not like what he had to say.

The women responded with racial slurs, calling him names like 'white motherfucker'. Witness , a year-old black male, testified that from his parked truck he saw "Brown punching Wilson at least three times in the facial area, through the open driver's window of the SUV Wilson and Brown [had] hold of each other's shirts, but Brown was 'getting in a couple of blows [on Wilson]'.

Then Witness heard a gunshot and Brown took off running. Wilson exited the SUV, appeared to be using his shoulder microphone to call into his radio, and chased Brown with his gun held low Brown came to a stop near a car, put his hand down on the car, and turned around to face Wilson.

Brown's hands were then down at his sides. Witness did not see Brown's hands up. Wanting to leave, Witness began to turn his car around in the opposite direction that Brown had been running when he heard additional shots.

Witness turned to his right, and saw Brown "moving fast" toward Wilson. Witness then drove away. Wilson did not fire his gun as Brown ran from him.

Brown then turned around and "for a second" began to raise his hands as though he may have considered surrendering, but then quickly "balled up in fists" in a running position and "charged" at Wilson.

Witness described it as a "tackle run", explaining Brown "wasn't going to stop". Wilson fired his gun only as Brown charged at him, backing up as Brown came toward him.

Witness explained there were three separate volleys of shots. The pattern continued until Brown fell to the ground, "smashing" his face upon impact.

Wilson did not fire while Brown momentarily had his hands up. Witness explained it took some time for Wilson to fire, adding that she "would have fired sooner".

Wilson did not go near Brown's body after Brown fell to his death. Witness , a year-old black male, told detectives the police officer was "in the right" and "did what he had to do", and that statements made by people in the apartment complex about Brown surrendering were inaccurate.

Witness later told investigators he "would have fucking shot that boy, too", and mimicked the aggressive stance Brown made while charging Wilson.

He explained Wilson told Brown to "stop" or "get down" at least ten times, but instead Brown "charged" at Wilson. Witness also told detectives there were other witnesses on Canfield Drive who saw what he saw.

Witness , a year-old black male, said he decided to come forward after seeing Dorian Johnson "lie" about the events on television.

Witness said he saw Wilson reach for his taser but dropped it and then grabbed a gun, after which Brown grabbed for Wilson's gun.

According to , at one point Brown ran away from Wilson, but turned around and charged toward the officer.

He said Wilson fired in self-defense, and did not appear to be shooting to kill at first. Witness , a year-old black female, made statements that corroborated Wilson's account.

She said she was afraid of the "neighborhood backlash" that might come from her testimony, and feared offering an account contrary to the narrative reported by the media that Brown held his hands up in surrender.

Witness was in his apartment using a video chat application on his mobile phone while the shooting occurred.

After hearing the first few shots, he recorded the remainder of his chat on his phone and turned it over to the FBI.

The recording is about 12 seconds long and captured a total of 10 gunshots. The gunshots begin after the first four seconds.

The recording captured six gunshots in two seconds. After a three-second pause, a seventh gunshot is heard. A pause of less than one second gave way to the final three-shot volley within two seconds.

The recording was not time-stamped. As detailed below, this recording is consistent with several credible witness accounts as well as Wilson's account, that he fired several volleys of shots, briefly pausing between each one.

Several witnesses who originally testified against Wilson were also interviewed by the prosecution. They admitted to lying under oath as to the truthfulness of their testimony.

Witness 22, who originally claimed she saw Wilson kill Brown in cold blood, admitted she lied to investigators and never saw the incident at all.

She said she was just passing along information which her boyfriend told her he saw. Prosecution : You gave two statements, were both of those statements true?

Witness 22 : No. I just felt like I want to be part of something Prosecutors also played the grand jury a minute police interview with a man who claimed to have witnessed the shooting.

They then played a phone call in which that man admitted he actually had not seen the incident at all. By all other accounts, Wilson was the only officer present when he shot Brown.

This witness described having a clear view of what transpired despite there being a building between the witness' location and where the incident took place.

Witness 35 said Brown was "on his knees" when Wilson shot him in the head. Under questioning, his testimony fell apart, and he admitted fabricating it.

Prosecution : What you are saying you saw isn't forensically possible based on the evidence. Are you telling us that the only thing that's true about all of your statements before this is that you saw that police officer shoot him at point blank range?

Witness 35 : Yes. Another witness described Brown on his hands and knees pleading for his life. After a prosecutor confronted the witness and told them what they had seen was not forensically possible based on the evidence, the witness later asked to leave.

Another witness—number 37—testified that, during a confrontation at Wilson's vehicle, Wilson shot Brown point blank in the chest—but Brown did not fall over and was not clearly bleeding as he ran away.

This witness gave several different accounts of how many shots were fired. While he was further pressed for answers as to the truthfulness of his statements, he instead posed questions in return, refusing to elaborate on his statements.

Prosecution : You told three different stories in the time we've been here today. So I want to know which one is really your memory or did you see this at all?

Witness 37 : If none of my stuff is making any sense, like why do y'all keep contacting me? Johnson, a friend of Brown, who was with him that day, gave his account of the incident to media outlets in August.

In media interviews, Johnson said Wilson pulled up beside them and said, "Get the fuck on the sidewalk.

Wilson tried to open his door aggressively and the door ricocheted off both of their bodies and closed back on Wilson. Wilson exited the vehicle, and fired several rounds at the fleeing Brown, hitting him once in the back.

Stop shooting! In his testimony in September to the grand jury, Johnson said he and Brown had walked to a convenience store to buy cigarillos, but Brown instead reached over the counter and took them and shoved a clerk on his way out the door.

Johnson said he never saw Brown hit Wilson and did not think Brown grabbed for Wilson's gun, but that a shot was fired.

Peaceful protests and civil disorder broke out the day following Brown's shooting and lasted for several days. This was in part due to the belief among many that Brown was surrendering, as well as longstanding racial tensions between the minority-black population and the majority-white city government and police.

On August 10 , a day of memorials began peacefully, but some crowd members became unruly after an evening candlelight vigil. On August 15 , a report and video showing the robbery of a convenience store by Brown was released by the Ferguson Police Department.

Brown was accompanied by his friend Dorian Johnson. The report and video were part of a packet that included information about the shooting afterward.

Louis Post-Dispatch , Judicial Watch and others. The Department of Justice had urged the video not be released, saying a release would inflame tension.

The August 15 release of information was criticized as part of an erratic and infrequent release of information by the police.

When the report and video were released, the police said Wilson had known Brown was a suspect in the robbery. A Pew Research Center Survey published on August 18 suggested differences in American public opinion between whites and blacks.

On August 24 , St. Louis held their annual Peace Fest, which had a particular focus on Mike Brown. In August, Chief Jackson said Wilson had been injured in the incident.

Brown's funeral was held on August 25 and was attended by an estimated 4, people. On October 22 , anonymous sources leaked to the St.

Louis Post-Dispatch what they described as Wilson's grand jury testimony. Since the release of the convenience-store footage, there seems to be an inappropriate effort to influence public opinion about this case.

Louis County prosecutor spokesperson said his office would not investigate the leaks because they could not force journalists to divulge their sources, and "you can tell by the information they have that the leaks are not coming from the grand jury or the prosecutor's office.

Following the grand jury announcement, protests, some of them violent, broke out in Ferguson and other cities across the United States.

Several Ferguson businesses were looted and fires set by protesters. Protests erupted in cities across the U. A December opinion poll by Washington Post-ABC News showed a majority of blacks do not believe that they receive treatment equal to whites by the police or the criminal justice system.

Six out of ten white Americans believe the police treat races equally with roughly half of white Americans believing the criminal justice provides equal treatment, but there is a sharp partisan divide between white Americans.

Conservative or Republican white Americans are far more likely to say whites and blacks receive equal treatment in the justice system than the liberal or Democratic white Americans.

On March 4 , the U. Department of Justice announced Wilson would not be charged in the shooting. Its report said "[t]here is no evidence upon which prosecutors can rely to disprove Wilson's stated subjective belief that he feared for his safety," and that accounts that Brown put his hands up are "inaccurate because they are inconsistent with the physical and forensic evidence".

President Obama reacted to the announcement, stating, "The finding that was made [by the Department of Justice] was that it was not unreasonable to determine that there was not sufficient evidence to charge Officer Wilson.

That was an objective, thorough, independent federal investigation. But Officer Wilson like anybody else who is charged with a crime benefits from due process and a reasonable doubt standard.

Amnesty International AI sent a team of human rights observers, trainers, and researchers to Ferguson. It was the first time the organization deployed such a team in the United States.

Hawkins said, "The U. The report cited the use of lethal force in Brown's death, racial discrimination and excessive use of police force, imposition of restrictions on the rights to protest, intimidation of protesters, the use of tear gas, rubber bullets , and long range acoustic devices , restrictions imposed on the media covering the protests, and lack of accountability for law enforcement policing protests.

The grand jury process was atypical because of significant and numerous departures from other normal grand jury proceedings. The American grand jury process operates in secret, with the proceedings, evidence and testimony rarely being released to the public in cases of no indictment.

From the beginning, McCulloch desired to provide transparency to the process and had the proceeding transcribed with the intention of releasing the materials to the public if there was no indictment.

Paul Cassell , former U. McCulloch's intentions to present all the evidence resulted in the proceedings which took far longer than regular grand juries which decide within days.

Earlier in the hearing, the prosecution presented a Missouri statute allowing officers to use deadly force "to effect the arrest or prevent the escape from custody [of a person]".

Before the grand jury deliberated, jurors were told to disregard the previous instructions and use case law from the Tennessee v Garner ruling, which said it was unconstitutional for police officers to use deadly force to apprehend non-dangerous fleeing suspects.

Branca, a Massachusetts lawyer focusing on self-defense law, attributed O'Donnell's comments as a straw man because self-defense is a completely independent and sufficient justification for the use of deadly force.

Louis Public Radio later clarified that even if Wilson was indicted and convicted at trial based on the Garner ruling, the conviction could be challenged on the basis that Missouri law permitted the use of deadly force.

The prosecution's handling of the case received particular attention. Roger Parloff said prosecutors do not usually exclude truly exculpatory evidence and that prosecutors do not typically indict if they believe the accused is not guilty, disagreeing with the notion that McCulloch should have presented evidence with the purpose of obtaining an indictment.

Paul Callan, former deputy chief of homicide in the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office, gave a layered response which asserted the choice to present all the evidence was unusual, but not unprecedented in controversial cases.

Callan said some prosecutors use the grand jury process as political cover in cases which would not succeed at trial, and in cases in which subsequent investigations and civil lawsuits would raise further criticism.

The New York Times described prosecutors' questioning of Wilson as "gentle" and said it contrasted with the sharp challenges to witnesses whose accounts seemed to contradict Wilson's, and reported this had led some to question whether the process was as objective as McCulloch had claimed.

The Times reported prosecutors asked witness after witness if Brown appeared to be reaching for a weapon when confronting Wilson, though few of them said this.

Furthermore, contradictions in testimony by Wilson and other law-enforcement officers were left unchallenged by prosecutors. After the grand jury's decision was announced, Brown's stepfather, Louis Head, turned to a crowd of demonstrators who had gathered, and yelled "Burn this bitch down", according to a New York Times video.

According to the Associated Press' annual poll of United States news directors and editors, the top news story of was police killings of unarmed black people—including the shooting of Brown—as well as their investigations and the protests in their aftermath.

Supreme Court decision, Tennessee v. Funds for the Brown family and for Wilson were solicited on the internet, [] [] each accumulating hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations.

On March 4 , , the U. Department of Justice issued a report on the shooting, [12] which said, "There is no witness who has stated that Brown had his hands up in surrender whose statement is otherwise consistent with the physical evidence" and "our investigation did not reveal any eyewitness who stated that Brown said 'don't shoot'.

The suspected gunman, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, posted days earlier on Instagram his intention to kill police officers in response to the killings of Brown and Eric Garner.

On March 12 , , two police officers were wounded by gunfire outside the Ferguson police headquarters. The officers, one from nearby Webster Groves, the other from the St.

Louis County Police, were providing security at a protest being staged outside the station. Williams was arrested in connection with the shooting.

Eighteen-year-old Tyrone Harris friend of Brown was shot by police in Ferguson on August 9, , one year after the shooting of Michael Brown.

The CPOA then posted its support for Wilson and "all law enforcement officers who endure similar situations.

In December , president Barack Obama created a commission to make recommendations for broad police reform in the United States.

The commission created by Obama released an interim report on March 2 , , with numerous recommendations, including the recommendation that policy be created mandating "external and independent criminal investigations in cases of police use of force resulting in death, officer-involved shootings resulting in injury or death, or in-custody deaths".

On September 5 , , the U. Department of Justice began an investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri police force to examine whether officers routinely engaged in racial profiling or showed a pattern of excessive force.

The investigation was separate from the Department's other investigation of the shooting of Brown. The Report focused on the problem of issuing warrants for sometimes minor offenses.

In many states, a chief cause for warrants is unpaid traffic tickets. On July 14 , , U. District Judge E. Richard Webber responded to defense motions by dismissing four of the seven counts of the lawsuit and declining to dismiss two other counts.

Terms of the agreement, including the settlement amount, were sealed from the public. On April 29 , , Johnson filed a lawsuit in state court against Wilson, Jackson, and the City of Ferguson for being stopped by Wilson without probable cause, reasonable suspicion or legal justification to detain him.

The en banc Eighth Circuit reviewed and reversed the panel's decision on June 17, , directing the district court to dismiss the case. On May 9, , Delrish Moss , a Miami law enforcement veteran and expert in community relations, [] was sworn in as the first permanent African American chief in Ferguson.

He said his challenges would include diversifying the police force and dramatically improving community relations. On De L'Amour — his final studio album released before his death in — the French rock and roll singer Johnny Hallyday sings "Dans la peau de Mike Brown", a song against racial crimes and in memory of Mike Brown.

In Prince 's song about the Baltimore protests , "Baltimore", he sings "does anybody hear us pray for Michael Brown or Freddie Gray? In the film, Wilson recounts his version of events, ending in him being called into a room to tell it to investigators, implying that Wilson unlawfully murdered Brown, and that he later lied about the events of that day.

The song's title aknowledges Bob Dylan's song against racism in the s, " The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll ", which describes the death in Baltimore of a bartender at the hands of a drunk patron, who struck her with a cane causing her to die of a brain hemorrhage.

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If convicted on felony third-degree false imprisonment charges, he could see up to five years in prison. The case is reminiscent of what led to the shooting death of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer in his Florida community.

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Several Ferguson businesses were looted and fires set by protesters. Protests erupted in cities across the U. A December opinion poll by Washington Post-ABC News showed a majority of blacks do not believe that they receive treatment equal to whites by the police or the criminal justice system.

Six out of ten white Americans believe the police treat races equally with roughly half of white Americans believing the criminal justice provides equal treatment, but there is a sharp partisan divide between white Americans.

Conservative or Republican white Americans are far more likely to say whites and blacks receive equal treatment in the justice system than the liberal or Democratic white Americans.

On March 4 , the U. Department of Justice announced Wilson would not be charged in the shooting. Its report said "[t]here is no evidence upon which prosecutors can rely to disprove Wilson's stated subjective belief that he feared for his safety," and that accounts that Brown put his hands up are "inaccurate because they are inconsistent with the physical and forensic evidence".

President Obama reacted to the announcement, stating, "The finding that was made [by the Department of Justice] was that it was not unreasonable to determine that there was not sufficient evidence to charge Officer Wilson.

That was an objective, thorough, independent federal investigation. But Officer Wilson like anybody else who is charged with a crime benefits from due process and a reasonable doubt standard.

Amnesty International AI sent a team of human rights observers, trainers, and researchers to Ferguson. It was the first time the organization deployed such a team in the United States.

Hawkins said, "The U. The report cited the use of lethal force in Brown's death, racial discrimination and excessive use of police force, imposition of restrictions on the rights to protest, intimidation of protesters, the use of tear gas, rubber bullets , and long range acoustic devices , restrictions imposed on the media covering the protests, and lack of accountability for law enforcement policing protests.

The grand jury process was atypical because of significant and numerous departures from other normal grand jury proceedings. The American grand jury process operates in secret, with the proceedings, evidence and testimony rarely being released to the public in cases of no indictment.

From the beginning, McCulloch desired to provide transparency to the process and had the proceeding transcribed with the intention of releasing the materials to the public if there was no indictment.

Paul Cassell , former U. McCulloch's intentions to present all the evidence resulted in the proceedings which took far longer than regular grand juries which decide within days.

Earlier in the hearing, the prosecution presented a Missouri statute allowing officers to use deadly force "to effect the arrest or prevent the escape from custody [of a person]".

Before the grand jury deliberated, jurors were told to disregard the previous instructions and use case law from the Tennessee v Garner ruling, which said it was unconstitutional for police officers to use deadly force to apprehend non-dangerous fleeing suspects.

Branca, a Massachusetts lawyer focusing on self-defense law, attributed O'Donnell's comments as a straw man because self-defense is a completely independent and sufficient justification for the use of deadly force.

Louis Public Radio later clarified that even if Wilson was indicted and convicted at trial based on the Garner ruling, the conviction could be challenged on the basis that Missouri law permitted the use of deadly force.

The prosecution's handling of the case received particular attention. Roger Parloff said prosecutors do not usually exclude truly exculpatory evidence and that prosecutors do not typically indict if they believe the accused is not guilty, disagreeing with the notion that McCulloch should have presented evidence with the purpose of obtaining an indictment.

Paul Callan, former deputy chief of homicide in the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office, gave a layered response which asserted the choice to present all the evidence was unusual, but not unprecedented in controversial cases.

Callan said some prosecutors use the grand jury process as political cover in cases which would not succeed at trial, and in cases in which subsequent investigations and civil lawsuits would raise further criticism.

The New York Times described prosecutors' questioning of Wilson as "gentle" and said it contrasted with the sharp challenges to witnesses whose accounts seemed to contradict Wilson's, and reported this had led some to question whether the process was as objective as McCulloch had claimed.

The Times reported prosecutors asked witness after witness if Brown appeared to be reaching for a weapon when confronting Wilson, though few of them said this.

Furthermore, contradictions in testimony by Wilson and other law-enforcement officers were left unchallenged by prosecutors. After the grand jury's decision was announced, Brown's stepfather, Louis Head, turned to a crowd of demonstrators who had gathered, and yelled "Burn this bitch down", according to a New York Times video.

According to the Associated Press' annual poll of United States news directors and editors, the top news story of was police killings of unarmed black people—including the shooting of Brown—as well as their investigations and the protests in their aftermath.

Supreme Court decision, Tennessee v. Funds for the Brown family and for Wilson were solicited on the internet, [] [] each accumulating hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations.

On March 4 , , the U. Department of Justice issued a report on the shooting, [12] which said, "There is no witness who has stated that Brown had his hands up in surrender whose statement is otherwise consistent with the physical evidence" and "our investigation did not reveal any eyewitness who stated that Brown said 'don't shoot'.

The suspected gunman, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, posted days earlier on Instagram his intention to kill police officers in response to the killings of Brown and Eric Garner.

On March 12 , , two police officers were wounded by gunfire outside the Ferguson police headquarters. The officers, one from nearby Webster Groves, the other from the St.

Louis County Police, were providing security at a protest being staged outside the station. Williams was arrested in connection with the shooting. Eighteen-year-old Tyrone Harris friend of Brown was shot by police in Ferguson on August 9, , one year after the shooting of Michael Brown.

The CPOA then posted its support for Wilson and "all law enforcement officers who endure similar situations.

In December , president Barack Obama created a commission to make recommendations for broad police reform in the United States. The commission created by Obama released an interim report on March 2 , , with numerous recommendations, including the recommendation that policy be created mandating "external and independent criminal investigations in cases of police use of force resulting in death, officer-involved shootings resulting in injury or death, or in-custody deaths".

On September 5 , , the U. Department of Justice began an investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri police force to examine whether officers routinely engaged in racial profiling or showed a pattern of excessive force.

The investigation was separate from the Department's other investigation of the shooting of Brown. The Report focused on the problem of issuing warrants for sometimes minor offenses.

In many states, a chief cause for warrants is unpaid traffic tickets. On July 14 , , U. District Judge E. Richard Webber responded to defense motions by dismissing four of the seven counts of the lawsuit and declining to dismiss two other counts.

Terms of the agreement, including the settlement amount, were sealed from the public. On April 29 , , Johnson filed a lawsuit in state court against Wilson, Jackson, and the City of Ferguson for being stopped by Wilson without probable cause, reasonable suspicion or legal justification to detain him.

The en banc Eighth Circuit reviewed and reversed the panel's decision on June 17, , directing the district court to dismiss the case. On May 9, , Delrish Moss , a Miami law enforcement veteran and expert in community relations, [] was sworn in as the first permanent African American chief in Ferguson.

He said his challenges would include diversifying the police force and dramatically improving community relations. On De L'Amour — his final studio album released before his death in — the French rock and roll singer Johnny Hallyday sings "Dans la peau de Mike Brown", a song against racial crimes and in memory of Mike Brown.

In Prince 's song about the Baltimore protests , "Baltimore", he sings "does anybody hear us pray for Michael Brown or Freddie Gray? In the film, Wilson recounts his version of events, ending in him being called into a room to tell it to investigators, implying that Wilson unlawfully murdered Brown, and that he later lied about the events of that day.

The song's title aknowledges Bob Dylan's song against racism in the s, " The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll ", which describes the death in Baltimore of a bartender at the hands of a drunk patron, who struck her with a cane causing her to die of a brain hemorrhage.

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