St. Louis Post-Dispatch Reporter: More Than A Dozen Witnesses Corroborate Cop's Story

DEBRA HEINE

This ruffled some feathers on Twitter, Monday night.

People are understandably wondering why the incident report hasn’t been made public. Why hasn’t Darren Wilson been allowed to to tell his side of the story? 

John Hinderaker at Powerline noted:

At this point, those who are disposed not to believe whatever he says will think that the Ferguson police deliberately put off releasing Wilson’s account to see what other information-videos, eyewitness accounts, autopsy findings-would come out that potentially might contradict it. That is unfortunate.

Could the suppression of the incident report be for the same reason the liqueur store surveillance video was suppressed for nearly a week?

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