Most of the "facts" seem to be in if one presumes media has accurately presented on the Michael Brown death at the hand of Officer Darren Wilson. Below the squiggly a outline of what has been in media ( whether we all believe it or not.)
1 There was scuffle in the convenience store over some cigars involving Brown. Still unsure whether that was any criminal action or intent.
2. Brown was stopped by Wilson for walking in middle of road (no connection to convenience store incident).
3. Some scuffle/shoving between Brown and Wilson. Brown flees on foot.
4. Wilson shoots at Brown. Brown raises hands and faces Wilson.
5. Wilson fires more shots at Brown some 25-30 feet away. Six shots fired in all. Brown dead at scene.
6. Several eyewitnesses say Brown offered no credible threat to Wilson.
We trust policemen to be well trained and behave professionally even when dealing with individuals who would use deadly force to escape. In many cases in the chaos of encounters police use excessive force. Use of excessive force often seems to be racially based. This situation seems to epitomize the case of use of excessive force.
Assuming this gets to trial and the case as outlined gets to you as a juror what would be your verdict?