Anonymous Releases Police Dispatch, EMS Audio From Mike Brown Shooting

08.13.14 4 years ago 26 Comments

Notorious cyberactivist collective Anonymous made their presence felt not long after the people of St. Louis and Ferguson, Mo. rose up in protest of Mike Brown’s murder. They began with a list of demands, proceeded to shut down city websites and email, and even leaked what the group claims are pictures inside the home of St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar.

Today, a purported member of the collective has released what they say are the audio files of police dispatch and EMS recordings from during the August 9 shooting to the public. With nearly two hours of audio, the recordings may provide some clarity and detail to the exact events of the tragic shooting in the face of silence from police and city officials in Ferguson.

A few notes, per TheAnonMessage:

As it stands, Brown’s friend Dorian Johnson, who was with Brown when he was shot, has still not been interviewed by the police.

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