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  1. #1 Fake Evidence: the Media "Evidence" toward an arrest of Officer Wilson has begun 
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    Remember NBC's doctored tapes in the Zimmerman case? Well, here we are again. Crump et al want an arrest (because that's the only way they can start lawsuits) and they are willing to manipulate evidence to do it.

    *Multiple Updates* CNN Reporting Audio Of Mike Brown Shooting – During “audio chat” with a friend – Two Volley’s (10 shots) 6 and 4
    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/...shots-4-and-6/

    Absent of evidence to support the Scheme Team narrative they are releasing more media evidence. CNN exclusive via Don Lemon is reporting an audio recording of the Mike Brown shooting.

    The audio appears to be a man (Barry White voice) recording porn on his computer when the gunfire is taking place outside, in the neighborhood. CNN is reporting the conversation is an “audio chat”. This might be a bit embarrassing for the audio witness.

    There appears to be the sound of ten or eleven shots fired while the man is saying:




    “You are pretty, you are so fine, just going over some of your video’s, how could I forget”

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    The recorded sounds are in the background of the man’s voice. It is playing on CNN as a recording of six shots [1-5 sequence] {2.76 sec pause} and then four more shots [1-3 sequence].

    “YOU ARE P*RE*T*T*Y** YOU ARE SO FINE JUST GOING OVER YOUR VIDEO’S* H*O*W* COULD I FORGET”

    (Where “*” identify the gunshots)

    CNN’s Don Lemon and an attorney, Lopa Blumenthal, representing the man who recorded the sounds, are focusing on the pause between the two volleys.

    However, the “two volleys” are not news – that was previously reported. The number of shots, the pause, and the audio itself are the BREAKING CNN News.

    Immediate Thoughts – Just like the Zimmerman 911 audio recordings. CNN having custody of the recording means it was given to them by the Scheme Team. During the Lemon discussion with Blumenthal she stated Parks gave it to the FBI.

    The FBI and/or law enforcement would not release evidence to the media.

    The scheme team probably recorded a copy as a process of “Barry White Voice“, a friend, and the attorney who came as a consequence of another conversation and then Parks delivering to the FBI.

    The use of recorded sound within the Parks and Crump narrative is identical to the Zimmerman 911 call tapes.

    For the gunfire they are framing officer Wilson’s guilt within the {pause}, as they framed Zimmerman’s guilt within the screams they erroneously attributed to Trayvon martin.

    *WARNING NOTE* It should be noted right away that gun shots also happened during the investigation as other officers were on scene. Trouble securing the scene was partly the cause of why Brown’s body remained in the street. So we don’t know the time of these recorded gunshots in relation to the Brown/Wilson event.

    * Original reports were two volley’s. That aspect matches the recording.

    * However, original reports of a discharge inside the vehicle does not match, unless that is the “1” in the first 1-5 volley sequence.

    * Original reports were that Darren Wilson carried a Sig226 .40 cal. If accurate he would generally hold 12 rounds in the magazine and 1 in chamber, total 13 rounds.

    * ALL essential eye witnesses report an initial gun fire occurrence while Officer Wilson was “inside the vehicle” and BigMike Brown punched Wilson, then began struggling with Wilson over the officers firearm.

    * The release of this by the Parks and Crump team makes the validity sketchy.

    * Parks and Crump sketchy autopsy -DETAILS HERE - showed six shots hit Mike Brown. All from the front.
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    Here is how Eric Holder and the Community Relations Service (DOJ) operated in the Trayvon Martin case. Notice their job was not to be "peacemakers" as claimed by Holder, but to agitate for an arrest.

    Remember that, by this time, the available evidence showed that Zimmerman's "pursuit" of Trayvon had been about 25 seconds WHILE HE WAS ON THE PHONE WITH THE POLICE, and that Trayvon had run off, out of sight. It also showed that at the end of that Zimmerman/police dispatch phone call (about a minute and a half before the first 911 calls came in), Zimmerman did not know where Trayvon was and he was frightened to reveal his address to dispatch because he didn't know if Trayvon was still around.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9A-gp8mrdw


    The rest of the reliable evidence came from the 911 calls, the neighbor who saw Zimmerman being beaten under Trayvon, and the forensic evidence itself which showed Zimmerman's injuries (consistent with his story) and Trayvon's hand injuries, consistent with having been the aggressor. There was no evidence for an arrest of Zimmerman, and Zimmerman had been entirely cooperative with the police and had NO ATTORNEY with him when he spoke to the police. In other words, every available piece of real evidence pointed to Zimmerman's innocence of murder and supported his story of self defense.


    Enter Eric Holder's Community Relations Service:


    ‘Justice for Trayvon’: Audio released of DOJ member urging action against George Zimmerman
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...mber-urging-a/

    The legal watchdog Judicial Watch released an audio recording Thursday of a Department of Justice staffer urging Sanford, Fla., city officials and the minority advocacy group Dream Defenders to seek justice for Trayvon Martin, because “if a community perceives that there’s something wrong in the black community, there’s something wrong.”

    “CRS is an arm of the department that we call the Peacemakers,” Thomas Battles, regional director of the DOJ’s Community Relations Service, said at a meeting at the Shiloh Church on April 19, 2012. “We work with communities where there is real or perceived racial tensions.”


    (Notice that the racial tensions may be real or perceived. In other words, a Zimmerman criminal arrest should not be based on the actual evidence but on the feelings of the community.)

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    It was reported Wednesday, according to documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, that from March 25 to April 12, CRS spent roughly $5,000 upon being deployed to Sanford to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies “related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.”

    The findings, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said, “detail the extraordinary intervention by the Justice Department in the pressure campaign leading to the prosecution of George Zimmerman. My guess is that most Americans would rightly object to taxpayers paying government employees to help organize racially-charged demonstrations.”

    Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...#ixzz3BWadbvWK
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    "Marches, demonstrations, and rallies." This isn't "peacemaking; it's agitating. CRS was actively agitating for an arrest of Zimmerman, even against all of the available evidence. We are seeing the same thing in Ferguson.
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    Via Dori: Judicial Watch. This represents the kind of race baiting the current DOJ does and how it uses the media to do it.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/20...s-convictions/

    DOJ’s “Grotesque Prosecutorial Misconduct” Upends Civil Rights Convictions



    ....But federal prosecutors became embroiled in a scandal after being exposed for posting inflammatory comments about the case on a local newspaper’s website. Among those busted were federal prosecutors Sal Perricone and Jan Mann, as well as a veteran trial attorney at the DOJ’s bloated civil rights division in Washington D.C., Karla Dobinski. It turns out Letten knew about the wrongdoing and took no action, according to legal documents.

    Citing the prosecutorial misconduct, the convicted cops’ lawyers asked for a retrial and this month U.S. District Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt granted it in a scathing 129-page order that blasts the Obama DOJ. The “egregious and inflammatory” comments by at least three DOJ officials using a variety of online identities fueled a “21st century carnival atmosphere” that tainted the trial and requires a new one, the judge wrote, calling it “grotesque prosecutorial misconduct.”

    Judge Engelhardt continued lambasting the DOJ writing that “the publication by DOJ employees of inflammatory invectives, accusatory screeds, and vitriolic condemnations, both directly and by the express encouragement of others to do the same, should confound and alarm any reasonable observer of the criminal justice process.” The judge goes on to cite a measure that specifically orders DOJ personnel to “strenuously avoid furnishing any statement or information” during the period approaching and during trial that could “reasonably be expected to influence the outcome of a pending or future trial.”

    In other words, federal prosecutors have a duty to take the high road, to try cases in the courtroom based on evidence not gossip in the media. “Clearly, the campaign of Senior Litigation Counsel AUSA Perricone, along with the online aiding and abetting of Washington D.C., DOJ attorney Dobinski, violates this regulation and the other rules set forth herein,” the order says. The trashing continues: “The government’s actions and initial lack of candor and credibility thereafter, is like scar tissue that will long evidence infidelity to the principles of ethics, professionalism and basic fairness and common sense necessary to every criminal prosecutor, wherever it should occur in this country,” Judge Engelhardt writes.
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    More on "Peacekeepers". Here again, they talk about "peace" but agitated at rallies to have Zimmerman arrested. They are present in Ferguson as well.

    DOJ sends secret “peacekeepers” where Trayvon Martin was killed
    http://www.judicialwatch.org/bulleti...in-was-killed/

    ...Records obtained by Judicial Watch in response to local, state and federal public records requests show that the so-called peacekeepers are part of a large and growing division within DOJ called the Community Relations Service (CRS). Though CRS purports to spot and quell racial tensions nationwide before they arise, the documents obtained by Judicial Watch show the group actively worked to foment unrest, spending thousands of taxpayer dollars on travel and hotel rooms to train protestors throughout Florida. The peacekeepers also met with officials of the Republican National Convention, scheduled for several months later in Tampa, to warn them to expect protests in connection with Martin’s death.

    CRS employee spent $1,142.84 to travel to Sanford, Florida from March 25-28, 2012 “to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies”;
    CRS employee spent $751.60 to travel to Sanford, Florida from March 30-April 1, 2012 “to provide technical assistance to the City of Sanford, event organizers, and law enforcement agencies for the march and rally on March 31”;
    CRS employee spent $1,307.40 to travel to Sanford, Florida from April 3-12, 2012 “to provide technical assistance, conciliation, and onsite mediation during demonstrations planned in Sanford”;
    CRS employee spent $672.24 to travel to Tampa, Florida from April 18-20, 2012 “to meet with RNC official related to possible protests and demonstrations during the RNC”

    From a Florida Sunshine Law request filed on April 23, 2012, JW received thousands of pages of emails on April 27, 2012, in which was found an email by Miami-Dade County Community Relations Board Program Officer Amy Carswell from April 16, 2012: “Congratulations to our partners, Thomas Battles, Regional Director, and Mildred De Robles, Miami-Dade Coordinator and their co-workers at the U.S. Department of Justice Community Relations Service for their outstanding and ongoing efforts to reduce tensions and build bridges of understanding and respect in Sanford, Florida.”
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    Little-Known DOJ Cell Watches Trayvon Martin Protests
    http://www.whitehousedossier.com/201...yvon-protests/

    A largely unknown group of Justice Department officials has inserted itself into the local Florida protest movement surrounding the killing of Trayvon Martin, assisting the protestors and attending their meetings and rallies.

    While the officials are tasked with preventing racial violence, it appears that in carrying out their duties, they have provided significant assistance to those protesting the killing of Martin, who black, by George Zimmerman, who is half white and half Hispanic.

    The officials are members of the DOJ’s Community Relations Service, also known as “The Peacemakers,” a special unit established under the 1964 Civil Rights Act and empowered to act to mitigate local tensions between ethnic groups.

    From the CRS website:

    It is the only Federal entity dedicated to assisting state and local government units, private and public organizations, and community groups with preventing and resolving racial and ethnic tensions, incidents, and civil disorders. The CRS works to restore stability and accord.

    Under President Obama, the group’s mission has expanded substantially. Officials are permitted to take on a more aggressive role, moving from a “reactionary” to a “preventative” stance, CRS Director Ondray Harris told the website Main Justice. And the categories that can bring in The Peacemakers now include gender, “gender identity,” sexual orientation, religion, and disability.

    Martin’s killing set off vocal protests – led by Al Sharpton – demanding the arrest of Zimmerman. Faced with threats of escalating fury from the protestors, Florida officials arrested Zimmerman last week. Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder have both suggested sympathy for the protestors or for Martin himself.

    According to the Orlando Sentinel, The Peacemakers have ended up offering advice and assistance to the protestors.

    When racial tensions flared in Sanford, a league of secretive peacemakers reached out to the city’s spiritual and civic leaders to help cool heated emotions after 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in February.

    When civil-rights organizers wanted to demonstrate, these federal workers taught them how to peacefully manage crowds.

    They even arranged a police escort for college students to ensure safe passage for their 40-mile march from Daytona Beach to Sanford to demand justice.

    The Peacemakers are viewed by the protestors as a quietly protective, on-the-ground force, the Sentinel story makes clear.

    “They were there for us,” said the Rev. Valarie Houston, pastor of Allen Chapel AME Church, a focal point for the community after the unarmed teen’s death. She met the peacekeepers there for the first time during a March 20 town-hall meeting. “We felt protected,” she said.

    Houston said the conciliators told her they act as the “eyes and ears of the community” and provided guidance about keeping their message about nonviolence clear.

    At every rally, community meeting and march, since the shooting, conciliators were there.

    In their Navy blue windbreakers, polo shirts and dark sunglasses, they look like federal agents.

    Their caps are embroidered with the Justice Department’s seal. They watch and listen silently. But they say little publicly.

    When reporters try to chat them up, they remain stoic, saying simply they cannot talk to the media.

    There is a secretive aspect to the group’s activities, although officials assert this is to facilitate participation in The Peacemakers mediation efforts. According to Main Justice, officials are barred from revealing the identity of parties participating in negotiations overseen by the CRS.
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    More of the CRS activities in Sanford:

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