Poor, sweet, innocent Mike Brown. That is the racially-charged story that is sweeping the nation. And it’s a compelling one—to think that an evil officer shot an innocent boy for no apparent reason other than race. But it’s not the truth.
In fact, the media’s version of the truth leaves out some very important facts. Like, for instance, the fact that Mike Brown had a juvenile criminal record. This follows reports from a journalist who claims that he has a lawsuit that will prove that Mike Brown was a gang member and a key suspect in a murder.
Recently, Charles Johnson, Editory-in-Chief of GotNews, announced that despite the family’s claims that Brown did not have a criminal record, evidence is starting to point elsewhere. Johnson revealed that he’d been approached by at least two law enforcement officers claiming that Brown did have a sealed record. He immediately filed suit to have the records released.
“To find out if these police officers are correct requires seeing Brown’s juvenile arrest record, which ought to be freely available given that he is dead and therefore has no right to privacy remaining,” Johnson stated. “Knowing the truth about Brown’s past will help us gauge the credibility of his parents and family who have called him a ‘gentle giant.’”
According to Johnson’s attorney, Brown’s records are no longer sealed because he is deceased. The court hearing takes place on September 3, and the records may be released after that decision. If the story is true, it would prove a major plot twist.