Controversial Attorney General Eric Holder is reportedly very upset with the recent leaks that support Officer Darren Wilson’s account of the Michael Brown shooting.
Holder called the gradual release of inside information on the case as “inappropriate and troubling.”
CBS News reported:
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Last Friday The New York Times released a report on Officer Darren Wilson’s grand jury testimony in September. It’s not clear who provided the information to the Times for the report. The Times reported that Michael Brown’s blood was on police officer Darren Wilson’s gun and inside the police car. According to the Times, Brown reached inside the police car and attacked Darren Wilson.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported this week on the case. The Post-Dispatch said Officer Darren Wilson told the St. Louis County grand jury that he nearly lost consciousness after Mike Brown slugged him in the face.
Another eyewitness to the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson told the grand jury this week that Brown did not have his hands up when he was shot dead by Officer Darren Wilson.
Michael Brown robbed a Ferguson convenience store before he attacked Officer Wilson and was shot dead on August 9, 2014.