Al Sharpton: No ‘Circumstances’ Would Require Officer Wilson to Use Six Bullets

connor.williams | August 22, 2014
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Channeling Jesse Jackson’s comments earlier this week on Newsmax TV, MSNBC’s Al Sharpton argued that no circumstance justified Michael Brown being shot multiple times, using the logic that he was unarmed. This despite reports that Brown had charged and beat Officer Darren Wilson before the fatal shooting.

 

During a predictably soft interview with host Alex Wagner on the August 20 edition of Now, Sharpton insisted that “there was no life extenuating circumstances that anyone can figure out that required six bullets.” The PoliticsNation decided to play the role of judge and jury, claiming that no one was even questioning his rush to judgment: 

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