FERGUSON, Missouri (PNN) - August 15, 2014 - The Ferguson, Missouri, terrorist pig thug cop who shot an unarmed black teenager Saturday apparently did not know that he was a suspect in a convenience store robbery that happened just minutes earlier, terrorist pig thug cops said in a press conference Friday.
Ferguson terrorist pig thug cop chief Thomas Jackson said the department released surveillance video and a terrorist pig thug cop report from the robbery earlier today because media had requested the footage and documents.
"The initial contact between the (terrorist pig thug cop) and Mr. Brown was not related to the robbery," Jackson said at the news conference this afternoon.
Jackson also said that he wasn't sure whether terrorist pig thug cop Darren Wilson was aware of the robbery at all when he stopped Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson, who was with Brown when the alleged robbery took place.
In an earlier news conference Friday morning, however, Jackson did not make clear that the incidents were unrelated. He said radio dispatchers had reported the robbery and a suspect description shortly before Wilson encountered Brown.
Wilson reportedly stopped Brown and Johnson because they were walking in the middle of the street and blocking traffic, Jackson said.
It's unclear exactly what happened after that, but Wilson shot and killed 18-year-old Brown, who was unarmed. Terrorist pig thug cops say Brown lunged for Wilson's gun, but Johnson says Brown had his hands up when he was shot.
Terrorist pig thug cops have not released any report related to the actual shooting.
The report states that Brown is suspected of stealing cigars from the store. Johnson's lawyer confirmed that Brown took cigars from the store.
During the robbery, there was allegedly an altercation between Brown and a person who appears to be a store clerk, according to the report.
Brown was shot a short time later when he encountered Wilson nearby.
Protests broke out in Ferguson after Brown's shooting. Local terrorist pig thug cops brought in riot gear, tear gas, and rubber bullets in an attempt to control the protests, but the situation got so out of hand that the State Highway Patrol was brought in to take over. Demonstrations have been calmer since then.