Reblogged from bagelstripper :
There are articles circulating claiming Officer Wilson suffered a orbital blowout as a result of being punched by Michael Brown. No witness statement corroborates this. Footage from after the shooting shows him walking around without any visible injuries. Reports from neighbors having seen him mowing his lawn noticed no injuries. Most importantly, the photo alleged to be his x-ray is actually an educational stock photo from a 2008 article from the University of Iowa, linked here. Do not believe what you are hearing about these injuries. They do not exist. If any injuries sustained by the officer could be proven, they would have been released to end the debate on the justification of Michael Brown’s death. There would be no reason for the police to hide them, as they would be the proof required to exonerate Brown’s killer. Do not be fooled by articles alleging otherwise.
Do you know what adrenaline is? What about shock? Health class 101. Graduate middle school before you try to disprove them. The articles use the X-ray as an example of what an orbital blowout is. Ever thought of that?
Yes, the problem is that they edited out the University of Iowa stamp on the x-ray and insinuated that it was that of Wilson. Also, as I said, he is seen in photo and video mulling around the body of Michael brown without so much as any blood or bruising on his face or shirt. Not possible with severe facial trauma and broken bones. Neighbors report seeing him uninjured mowing his lawn before skipping town. Adrenaline and shock do not prevent the physical evidence or bloody aftermath of injury. Develop some reading comprehension and critical thinking skills. Ever think of that?
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