Darren Wilson Saved African-American Infant Before Altercation With Michael Brown


December 2, 2014 2:47pm PST

Prior to responding to the radio call regarding the strong-arm robbery committed by Michael Brown, Police Officer Darren Wilson saved the life of an African-American infant. Wilson ensured that the sick baby and its mother, from a predominately black Section 8 housing complex, were transported safely to a hospital to obtain medical care.

At 11:45 a.m. on August 9, the day Michael Brown was fatally shot, Wilson responded to the Northwinds Apartment Complex for an “emergency involving a 2-year-old child who had trouble breathing.” The child was also running a high fever.

(Read More: Michael Brown’s Stepfather “Documented Gang Banger,” Member of Bloods Gang)

The Examiner reported:

At 11:53 a.m. while still at the Northwinds Apartments, Wilson heard a radio call involving a theft at a market on West Florissant Avenue, just a few blocks away. It was then that Wilson made the judgment call to remain with the sickly child as well as the child’s mother until an ambulance arrived. Only when sure health care professionals were on scene to transport mother and child to the hospital did Officer Wilson respond to the theft call.

Although the race of the infant Wilson assisted was not specifically reported, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch acknowledged that the projects where the baby lived are “99 percent African-American.”

This certainly throws a wrench in the left’s narrative that Darren Wilson was a racist cop prowling the streets for a black teenager to shoot, doesn’t it? Share this article if you believe Wilson was a good cop who was only acting in self-defense when he shot Michael Brown.

(Read More: “Witnesses” Who Testified Against Wilson Admit They Were Forced To Lie)


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