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December 1st, 2014
06:16 PM ET

"Killer Mike": Officer Wilson is a liar

CNN's Brooke Baldwin interviews rapper Killer Mike who reveals what he would like to say to Officer Darren Wilson.

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  1. ckt54

    I'm sure Darren Wilson and his pregnant wife cry all the time over him having to resign from the p.o. dept. with no pay and the death threats that he ,his wife,family and other members of the p.o dept have been getting since Aug. I'm sure Darren Wilson cries everytime he hears the lies told on CNN and MSNBC about the shooting when the facts are backed up by eyewitnesses, scientific, and forsenic evidence.

    December 2, 2014 at 9:57 am |
  2. ckt54

    I guess The President and Mr. Gruber were correct when saying the american people were too stupid to know the truth. The evidence and facts of this case is in black and white. Pages of testimony that the grand jury heard but you still have people who won't either read or believe the truth of the Brown shooting. The P.O did nothing wrong he only defended and saved his own life.

    December 2, 2014 at 1:37 pm |
  3. akdmac52

    Good Morning Carol, Chris, Brooke & Wolf
    Can you say covering my ass? Apparently after his 15 minutes of fame, Louis Head thinks he can! There is no question that he shares, at least in part, the results of his outburst.
    Wow Sir Charles finally got something right. Let's hope he can stick to what he's saying. Hope your Thanksgiving was blessed.

    December 3, 2014 at 9:57 am |
  4. Bigjoe

    The deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown are vastly different scenarios but have a common thread running through them, and that common thread is that these individuals were knowingly doing things that were against the law and could result in confrontation with the authorities. Michael should have known better than to rob a store and assault its proprietor. Eric Garner being much older than Mr. Brown, should have known that his behavior was going to eventually lead to something bad happening to him as he had been arrested over 30 times before. Apparently being arrested that many times didn't qualify as something bad to Mr. Garner, yet that kind of behavior would have been a signal to any logically thinking person that they should just maybe stop and consider the consequences of their actions. It is very sad that these two men lost their lives, and that those loved ones they left behind are now filled with pain and anger, but what is even sadder is the fact that these tragedies would have never occurred at all had they not been engaging in behavior that put them in eventual conflict with law enforcement.

    December 3, 2014 at 5:50 pm |
  5. ronnie

    LOOK IM A TRUCK DRIVER COMMEN SENSE ADULT,YOU BLAME YOUR GOVERNMEMT FOR THE CROOKED JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN THIS COUNTRY ALL THEY HAD TOO DO IS LET THESE LAST TWO CASES GO TO COURT AND FIGHT IT OUT NO MATTER WHAT TURNS OUT IT MAKES EVERYBODY FEEL BETTER AND ALSO YOU NEED TO HAVE 6 BLACK AFRICAN AMERICANS AND 6 WHITE FOLKS TO BE FAIR.POLICE HAVE A TUFF JOB BUT THEY DO GET CARRIED AWAY SOMETIMES JUST LOOK AT THE PROGRAM -COPS- THEY HOLD PEOPLE DONE SO CRAZY AND THE VICTUM IS NOT EVEN MOVING.ALL IM SAYING IS WE NEED TO STICK TOGETHER AND FIGHT TOGETHER FOR LIKE THESE CRAZY GROUPS LIKE ISIS,YOUR GOVERNMENT IS TO BLAME

    December 3, 2014 at 6:50 pm |
  6. A Childs

    Clearly Brooke Baldwin, you can do a better job in choosing a spokesperson for the "Black Community" than Charles Barkley... Just who anointed him to speak for anyone? First, I have not read anything he has written, and from the way he speaks I doubt very seriously if he has spent any amount of time in anyone's English, history, or sociology class... Clearly one that is uninformed and misinformed regarding the realities of the world today... Accordingly, it is evident that he is far removed from the world of credible research, scholarship and/or academia... You should be ashamed of yourself for inviting such a ignoramus to speak on such critically important issues... You do a great disservice to the CNN brand by being so insensitive and unprofessional in this regard.. Clearly, it does not bode well for the field of professionalism journalism.... Are your ratings slipping so bad that you cannot do any better than Charles Barkley or is it just that you yourself do not take what is happening to Black people very seriously?

    December 3, 2014 at 8:36 pm |
  7. ckt54

    There was a trial in the Trayvon case and blacks were still not satisfied. There were 6 black witnesses in the P.O's. case in Ferguson who corroborated the scientific,forensic, and P.O's account of what happened. The other black witnesses were found to be lying and recanted their stories in front of the grand jury. Brown DIDNOT have his hands up according to credible BLACK witnesses. But yet you all refuse to believe the truth and carry on with this ridiculous hands up don't shoot. You really look silly. Now there are people saying Garner had his hands up which is totally a lie from seeing the video he clearly is agitated and flailing his arms and hands around and telling police to leave him alone he is NOT being in anyway submissive and putting his hands up. I will wait to see and hear the evidence the grand jury heard before I start making outrageous claims as truths concerning Garner's death.

    December 4, 2014 at 8:05 am |
  8. rapaz

    Why is CNN so insistent on vilifying police while looking for justifications for individuals that were clearly breaking the law, responsible journalism is supposed to never to have a bias, this is clearly not the case for most of CNN's anchors and producers. The phrase "leading the interviewed" comes to mind since all the questions and rebuttals are to support CNN's points of view i.e. Carol Costello's interview with the retired NY commissioner she kept on pushing the commissioner to accept that there was something wrong with the jury's decision, (she couldn't), Don Lemon in Michael Brown’s case; it’ll be very refreshing to see some balance on their reporting and commentary

    December 4, 2014 at 10:15 am |
  9. rapaz

    Carol Costello and producer stop thowing gasoline to the fire, the us is divided enough as it is

    December 4, 2014 at 10:33 am |
  10. ckt54

    Last night I was listening to Erin Burnett I don't know how many times she kept saying 'white police officer', it got to a point where she started talking so fast(as she normally does), she said police officer then corrected herself and said' uh white police officer'. It was almost comical if it wasn't so obvious that they at CNN have an agenda. I also watched Don Lemon where he had Charles Blow on and 2 other pundits against one person I believe he was a retired P.O. from New York. Blow tried everything he could to bully and villify this person for having a opposite opinion than him and the other pundits on national TV but this man stood up and held on to the truths that he and we all know. Thank you for standing up to CNN and their bullying pundits.

    December 4, 2014 at 10:56 am |
  11. ckt54

    I just have a question about the camera's on p.o.'s. What's to stop a criminal who may have shot the cop or rendered the cop unable to defend himself from stealing the camera off the p.o.'s body?

    December 4, 2014 at 5:33 pm |
  12. Wayne

    Why do you keep reporting and slanting the lies about our law in forcement. CNN SHOULD BE CITED FOR ENCOURAGING RIOTS, ! Do you really think this keeps the larger audience from seeing through your slanted views. It's really a sad day every day you report lies. I check in on your reporting, amazing you don't confront the lynch mob mantility with the truth. Remember you will be accountable for this lunacy! Potential law inforcement officers will most certainly shy away from law enforcement if we don't support them. Let's just give our offers cotton balls instead of guns. Then watch the midget rate go up. May be you just want a repeat of the riotes of the 1960's so you'll have something to report ! SAD !

    December 4, 2014 at 6:22 pm |
  13. Jessica

    People need to Wake the Hell Up and Realize that BLACK people aren't going Anywhere!
    You can try to Suppress us but We we Will Still Be here!
    You can try to Extinct us But we will still Live!
    You can try to Degrade us But We will Still Stand!
    Stop all the Waste! Waste of Time, Waste of Energy, Waste of Money trying to Rid of the Black Race!
    IT WILL NOT WORK!
    We were here since the beginning of time, We will be here until the End!
    Smarten up stupid people!

    December 4, 2014 at 11:44 pm |
  14. Charles

    Killer Mike is very well spoken, I'll give him that. However, everything he said, it's his opinion. He wasn't there, he didn't see that, he didn't hear anything, and he cannot read Officer Wilson's mind; therefore, he can continue to believe what he wants, that doesn't change facts. Did officer Wilson reacted to the struggle and punches, sure; was he mad? probably, but from there to believe the guy was intent in killing the black thief, now that's a stretch.

    December 8, 2014 at 5:46 pm |
  15. Charles

    @Jessica, the one who needs to wise up is you, and people who think like you. Nobody but blacks are trying to get rid of blacks. You degrade yourselves by not getting an education, by robbing people, by destroying private/public property, by getting pregnant at 15, and having 4 more kids from three different dads, by being on welfare and considering it as normal, by covering up criminals when police investigations come knocking on your door. White people in this country put a black man in the White House; granted he's messed up everything he's touched, but he was given the opportunity. All blacks in this country have an opportunity. If impoverished Mexicans can come here w/o a penny to their name and build themselves a future, WHY CAN'T BLACKS DO THE SAME?

    December 8, 2014 at 5:51 pm |
  16. Joe

    Kind of ironic, he goes by "Killer Mike". Such a role model.

    @Jessica, "extincting" you would only require us to remove your government assistance, which pays for your poor decisions to have 6 children with 4 different fathers. Change comes from within. Blacks aren't where they are because whites hate them. Blacks are there because they are their own worst enemies. The looting, stealing, and vandalism only further cements any stereotypes against you and disgraces the work of people like MLK. Act like civil human beings and you'll be treated like ones, it's that simple. That goes for anyone, any race. Whites have their fair share of lemons.

    December 9, 2014 at 11:44 am |
  17. Frank

    Here are some facts: teen pregnancy rates for blacks are more than double that of whites and hispanics, and the percentage of blacks receiving government assistance is more than 3 times that of whites. Let's work on solving that problem fellow African Americans, what do you say? Let's strive for better lives.

    December 9, 2014 at 11:52 am |
  18. Eddie

    As a Black American I want to say that police officers-white and BLACK racially profile Black citizens but I believe that the incidents with Mike Brown, Mr. Garner and the 12 year old I apologize because I should recall his name do not really involve race directly. I believe the real issue is Mental Heath and irrational behavior. all of these individuals behaved irrational and I believe the real answer to the problem lies in the lack of not only identification of mental illness but the fact that police officers are not properly educated or trained to deal wit mental illness or irrational behavior-regardless of race.

    December 10, 2014 at 12:39 am |

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