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Piaget Crenshaw was a first hand witness of Mike Brown’s killing by Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson. Crenshaw’s video shows what happened after Brown was gunned down by Wilson, with 6 shots that ended his short life.

“God bless his soul, the police shot this boy outside my apartment,” Crenshaw can be heard saying in the video. The video was shown on CNN Monday morning.

Brown, who was unarmed, is seen lying in the street dead, with a crowd gathering around him in disbelief.

“I knew this was not right,” Crenshaw said when asked why she took the video.

“The fact that he got shot in his face, it was something that clicked in me like, no, somebody else needs to see this, this isn’t right, I gotta record,” Crenshaw added.

Take a look at her video below:

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  • Tira Masu

    This is a very interesting perspective. So my husband was right. He had made the point that suicide cases (patients he sees in the ICU) often regret their impulsive suicide attempts once it is initiated. And he said the same principle might be true of Wilson, that he impulsively shot Mike in anger and then immediately regretted it (as evidenced by his apparent confusion and pacing back and forth).

    I really like her accent.

  • Anthony

    It is so obvious that Wilson shot Brown out of rage. If this were a civilian, he would have bee arrested on the spot for 2nd degree murder, and his lawyer would now be looking to get a plea for manslaughter of some kind.

  • Mary Burrell

    Remember what happen to the couple that got video of Eric Garner’s murder on the streets by the cops they arrested them. I think that is unlawful and should be contested something is wrong with that. i hope the cops don’t try to come for this young sister, if they do we (Black America) we will know something really rotten is up.

  • Mary Burrell

    I am glad for this young sister this might help get the ball rolling and get Darren Wilson arrested like he needs to be.

  • [email protected]

    Piaget Crenshaw is a young, brave hero.