Ben Shapiro: The True Story of Ferguson and the Gentle Giant


Published on Oct 28, 2014 by TruthRevoltOriginals

Ben Shapiro exposes the truth behind the media-created myth of Gentle Giant Michael Brown, the unarmed teen gunned down in cold blood by a white racist cop for the crime of walking while black. Except that every part of that story is a lie.

5 thoughts on “Ben Shapiro: The True Story of Ferguson and the Gentle Giant

  1. For a long time I held that the cop murdered Brown, and had no right to do so regardless of Brown being a thug. That opinion was based on the founding principles of our legal system, and the only evidence we had at the time, which was limited to eyewitness testimony. If what’s being stated in this video is true (autopsy report detailing directions of bullets, spent case locations, and powder residue), it looks like the cop was acting in self-defense, and had every right to shoot Michael Brown.

    Eyewitness testimony is notoriously inaccurate, even before people start lying, so I have to go with the scientific evidence, as everyone should.

    The scientific evidence indicates that the cop was only doing his job, and had every right to shoot this guy, so it’s just a matter of one less thug, who got what he deserved. Everyone protesting in Ferguson should stop their crying and go home.

    1. “For a long time I held that the cop murdered Brown, and had no right to do so regardless of Brown being a thug. That opinion was based on the founding principles of our legal system, and the only evidence we had at the time, which was limited to eyewitness testimony.”

      I agree, JR. However, based on the skewed MSM propaganda, DC political bias, racial pot stirring by people such as Al Sharpton, and the current boot-jack tendencies of domestic police… we didn’t know what or who to believe.

      To define Michael Brown as a “Gentle Giant” is a ludicrous as the cop saying “he feared for his life”. The cop had options:
      1. Roll-up his window and call for back-up
      2. Use a taser or mace
      3. Shoot Brown in the legs

      Everyone involved in this event has an agenda, and they are capitalizing on it. Evidently, even Brown’s relative family were selling Michael the Martyr souvenirs… until they were robbed.

      1. yes, but the powder burns on Brown’s finger indicate that he was grabbing for the gun, which leaves the cop no choice in the matter.

        It would have been reasonable for him to assume that he would have been shot with the gun if he lost possession of it, and that’s the legal gauge for the “self-defense” claim.

        I’m certainly no supporter of police, but the evidence we have in this matter indicates that his actions were justified according to our legal system (cop or not).

        1. Something to consider, JR…

          Just how credible are ‘lab results’ these days?

          Exactly WHO do the ‘crime labs’ work for?

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