You Won’t Believe What Michael Brown was Carrying When He Was Shot


December 15, 2014 4:16pm PST

A key piece of evidence in the Michael Brown narrative has been revealed and subsequently ignored by the liberal mainstream media: the 18-year-old “gentle giant” had a bag containing 1.5 grams of marijuana on his person when he was fatally shot by Police Officer Darren Wilson. In addition, Brown had high levels of THC already in his system at the time of his death.

Wounded American Warrior reports:

The crime lab report from the St. Louis County Police Department indicated that Brown had in his possession “one (1) knotted clear plastic bag containing green vegetation,” which unsurprisingly turned out to not be dried basil.

In addition, a St. Louis University toxicology report found that Brown had “12 nanograms/ML of Delta-9-THC,” which is more than two-and-a-half times the legal limit in states where marijuana is legalized.

The report stated that “Delta-9-THC detection in the blood defines impairment.”

The combined reports were delivered to the grand jury and were assumedly taken into account in their decision.

While the left continues their race riots amid cries of “hands up, don’t shoot,” the evidence that Brown was no more than a common street thug continues to pour in. Share this report to expose the real Michael Brown, who was a violent, shoplifting druggie.

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