A woman who claims she saw a police officer shoot dead Michael Brown has released…

A woman who claims she saw a police officer shoot dead Michael Brown has released video of his lifeless body in the street as the cop who killed him paces back and forth
Obama: looting and attacks on police could not continue

Piaget Crenshaw lives in an apartment overlooking the street in Ferguson, Missouri where the 18-year-old was killed on August 9

She said that she recorded the shooting because something didn't feel right

Medical examiner hired by the family said on Monday the 18-year-old was shot six times – including a 'kill shot to the head' 

Officer Darren Wilson, 28, revealed on Friday as the cop who shot dead the unarmed teenager. He is on paid leave pending the investigation

Obama said today although he sympathized with 'passions and anger' in Ferguson, looting and attacks on police could not continue 

Over 40 FBI agents are currently conducting an independent 'civil rights investigation' into Brown's death, said Attorney General Eric Holder

On Monday night a photographer for the Getty agency was arrested on the streets of Ferguson for apparently not being in the required media area. Source: Mailonline.

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