cross border attack. heavy rains and the threat of mudslides forcing the evacuations of dozens of homes in southern california. the national weather service predicting up to 6 inches of rain, authorities warn homes below wildfire charred hills are particularly vulnerable to mudslides. the figures are here and cyber monday was a record setter. americans spend $2 billion in one single day, more than any on line spending day in history. people spent 17% more than this cyber monday than a year ago. i'm kelly wright. hannity starts right now. for all your headlines log on to fox news.com. ♪ welcome to "hannity." coming up tonight we've got brand new exclusive video from inside yet another store being destroyed by looters in ferguson, missouri. you'll see that footage only
here on "hannity." by the way, the police need your help. they want to identify these criminals. but first, america, we have a big problem, for his entire adult life, your commander in chief, president barack obama has associated with people who have radical ties and views. it all started with this man. >> we bombed hiroshima, we bombed nagasaki, and we bombed the thousands in new york and the pentagon and we never batted an eye. the stuff we have done overseas is now brought right back into our own front yards. america's chickens coming home to roost. no, no, no, not god bless america. god damn america. that's in the bible. you're killing innocent people. god damn america for -- treating us citizens as less than humans. >> reverend jeremiah wright. president obama sat in the pews
of his church for over 20 years, but in order to get elected, he had to throw him under the bus. >> we heard my former pastor, jeremiah wright, use incendiary language to express the views that have the potential to not only widen the racial divide but views that denigrate the goodness of our nation. >> now a new radical alliance is formed. enter msnbc host the reverend al sharpton. he's been to the white house a whopping 83 times. who else has that kind of access to the commander in chief? that's not all. yesterday reverend al was at 1600 pennsylvania avenue, invited by none other than president obama to meet about the situation in ferguson, missouri. keep in mind this is the man who stoked the racial tension ahead of grand jury decision about the michael brown shooting. you may remember this. >> if you're angry, throw your arms up. if you want justice, throw your arms up. if you want answers, throw your arms up.
because that's the sign michael was using. in order to establish peace, you must have fair justice for everyone. we want real peace. we don't want to just be told to shut up and suffer in silence. we don't fight until we get tired. we fight till we win. the federal government must step in. >> now, those are just recent examples related just to the michael brown case. this rhetoric is nothing new for the msnbc host al sharpton. why is president obama hanging out with and taking advice from him? don't forget rev rend al has been caught on tape saying far worse. you may remember these instances. >> you ain't nothing. you're a punk -- now come on, do something. we are the black chicken fryers of the universe and we're gonna go buy some colonel sanders chicken. white folks was in the cave when we had built empires.
we learned to admire them, but they knew to admire us. we built pyramids before donald trump ever knew what architecture was. david dinkins. you want to be the only [ bleep ] on television, the only [ bleep ] in the newspaper. >> just a small sampling. why is the president so comfortable hanging around with some of the most radical people in the united states? here now to try and help answer that question, fox news political analyst juan williams. juan, seems that the president's comfortable around jeremiah wright for 20 years. have you been to the white house 83 times? al sharpton has. >> yes, i understand why. i mean, because what i do here in washington, this president has selected al sharpton as his emissary to poor black people and he hopes that sharpton will not be critical of him. sharpton is not a critic. some on the left, you can think of cornell west
and tavis smiley, they've been very critical. >> but that's not my question. this guy with his story and his comments -- >> no, i agree. >> tawana brawley. why is the president so comfortable around the people that have the most radical views on racial issues? why? >> you know, i don't think al sharpton has the most radical views, by the way. >> no? white men were still living in the caves when we were building pyramids. white interlopers? >> don't forget you got louis farrakhan out there, black panthers. you are far more radical people out there. >> different degrees of radicals, but he's easily comfortable around people who have very radical extremist views. >> you know, that doesn't bother me so much as this -- >> no? >> i think what you point out earlier is the really pertinent fact. you look back at al sharpton's history, tawana brawley is the one that people are familiar with. but there's much more. there's much more in terms of anti-semitic behavior and inciting violence that leads some connection to death and all the rest.
putting on phony civil rights marches. but hanging out with reverend wright for 20 years and all the incendiary comments, gd america, america's chickens come home to roost, he knows his history. 83 times at the white house. we shouldn't interpret anything from that that the president is comfortable around people with radical viewpoints. >> i don't have any -- i think in the black community you're going to run into people who have far more radical viewpoints than al sharpton. i don't have any problem with that. it's sharpton's history in terms of the lies -- just the other day "the new york times" put out this thing he owes 4 million bucks in terms of back taxes and liens. that stuff i just find it insulting -- let me finish. i find it insulting to black folks that you would select as president that guy and say that's my emissary to the black community. but he's done this because he can't stand jesse jackson.
i think that's back in chicago. >> there are plenty of other leaders in the black community that he could have chosen, but his comfort level seems to be with more radical people with radical views that i would argue are out of touch with the mainstream. let's go to the president. on every high profile racial case he's weighed in on. cambridge police, trayvon martin, this case, he's 0 for 3, a three-time loser on the wrong side and rushing to judgment. here's the proof. >> i don't know, not having been there and not seeing all the facts, what role race placed -- played in that, but i think it's fair to say, number one, any of us would be pretty angry. number two, that the cambridge police acted stupidly. my main message is to the parents of trayvon martin. you know, if i had a son, he'd look like trayvon. i know the world also took notice of the small american city of ferguson, missouri, where a young man was killed and
so yes, we have our own racial and ethnic tensions. >> juan, let me go through this. the cambridge police didn't act stupidly. traben, we had an eyewitness that saw trayvon grounding and pounding on george zimmerman. hold on. and in this case, before the u.n., where he said we have ethnic and racial tensions. in every case, mr. constitutional attorney, our president, rushed to judgment without facts and he was wrong every single time. how irresponsible with the power of the bully pulpit of the presidency is this man to do this time and again? >> you know, i see it so differently than you do, sean. >> shocking. >> i think in every case that you just cited -- >> he was wrong. dead wrong, 0 for 3, three-time loser. >> i think he was wrong when he said that word about stupid
behavior by the cops in cambridge. but what he's doing i think is important which is he has some sensitivity to people who feel they've been mistreated, oppressed or whatever, i don't think that's a bad thing. it gives people a sense that there are now people in power who are sensitive to their concerns, the concerns of the poor and the minority in the united states. and i think that's a good thing for america. >> all right, juan williams. we disagree. appreciate you being with us. >> you're welcome. >> joining me, the author of the brand new book, there it is. "basic economics," a fifth edition. "commonsense guide to the economy." our good friend dr. thomas sols. what is your reaction to the president and his comfort level with people that i would argue have very extreme radical views? >> it seems so obvious. you mentioned some of those people. if you go back to the man's life, these are the kinds of people he has chosen to be aligned with, have to have mentors him. from the time he was a child right on through graduate school, law school. i don't know why people are so
surprised that these are the kind of people he has now. unfortunately, people listen to his rhetoric rather than look at his record. >> and it appears -- you think al sharpton's a guy -- have you been invited to the white house, dr. sowell? >> not by this president. >> no, i think you'd be a good person, especially with 50 million americans in poverty and on food stamps, i think i'd talk to you first. let me play the congressional black caucus on the house floor yesterday. they keep saying hands up, don't shoot. there's one problem. eyewitnesses to the shooting of michael brown said, and i'll quote one of them, he was charging at officer wilson like a football player with his head down. so he didn't have his hands up. but this is what they're saying. >> hands up, don't shoot. >> hands up, don't shoot. >> hands up, don't shoot. to all americans who are
disturbed by the demonstrations that are taking place across this nation, i want you to remember these four words, no justice, no peace. >> the fact that our country, the greatest country in the world, remains mired in race relations issues in the year 2014 is an embarrassment. we really should consider taking a long look in the mirror before we go to other countries lecturing to them about the need for democracy and tolerance. >> dr. sowell, it's a catchy slogan, one big problem with it. it's fiction. michael brown, according to the eyewitnesses does not have his hands up. what's your reaction? why are members of congress repeating something that they know is not true? >> oh, for political reasons. i thought of joseph goebels doctrine, people will believe any lie if it's repeated often enough and loud enough. they're repeating it often enough and loud enough.
it will pay off for them personally politically. people who are out to forward their political careers say and do things that have no relationship whatever to reality or to anybody else's interests but their own. i think what happened in ferguson, missouri, it is going to adversely affects blacks yet unborn who will still be paying the price for it 10, 20 years from now. >> how are you -- go ahead, finish, sir. i'm sorry. >> because you won't have businesses there that you had before. i've seen this happen in other cities. detroit, is a classic example. harlem. run through the whole list of them. a city doesn't get over this kind of stuff in a few years. >> yeah. i was bringing this up with juan williams. the president weighing in on high profile race cases. he's a constitutional lawyer. before any evidence is presented, he weighed in on the cambridge police, he weighed in on the trayvon martin shooting with george zimmerman and he weighed in on this case and he does so without any evidence, any knowledge.
i don't know when the make of this considering that it has an impact certainly on the community's mind-set and each individual case, does it not? >> it does. and i think it has the impact that he wants it to have. he wants to spread paranoia, if possible. paranoia will get out the vote. because he is a politician. what amazes me is how long it has taken so many people to see through this man. there are many to this moment who have not seen through him. >> tell us one last thing. you've got basic economics. you know something, dr. sowell, there are 50 million americans on food stamps, 50 million americans in poverty, and this is the greatest, richest country on earth, the hoer labor participation rate since 1978. would this book help us out of this? >> well, i think an understanding of economics would, and i hope that this book offers some. it's sold more copies than anything else i've written.
it's been translated into seven languages. so apparently people do understand what i'm talking about. >> not enough and not in the right positions of power, though. dr. sowell, good to see you. congrats. fifth edition of this book. >> thank you. coming up, the great one, mark levin. he'll be here. but first a brutal killing on the streets of st. louis, missouri, this man was beaten to death with a hammer. where is the president, eric holder's, al sharpton's outrage? we'll examine that coming up next. we have new details on the case. then later tonight -- >> you have to be really careful with the cops, man, because if it wasn't for the cops, we'd be living in the wild, wild west in our neighborhoods. >> charles barkley comes to the defense of the police officers in the wake of the ferguson decision. we're going to play that tape and more. also tonight, brand new, never before seen hannity exclusive footage, looters destroying another store in ferguson. we've got that tape. you'll only see it here.
welcome back to "hannity." protesters rioted in ferguson, yet the violent death of a man in st. louis sunday has received very little media coverage. police say that 32-year-old zemir begic was in his vehicle on sunday morning when, quote, several juveniles approached his car and began damaging it. begic then exited city officials say there's no evidence the crime was based on race, but the victim's brother told fox news.com that he wants authorities to, quote, investigate every possible motive. here with reaction, former lapd
detective mark fuhrman and nypd detective bo dietl. yo this guy with a hammer. is the president going to send three white house representatives to his funeral? is the president going to comment on it? are they going to have a meeting with al sharpton. will eric holder weigh? or will it go away? >> there was an attack by these kids but the guy got away. now they've viciously killed this guy with a hammer. people were talking. another kid that was shot during a car window during the riots when they had the riot last tuesday. these things are all occurring. people have to realize who is going to come? the police have to be there. they didn't say anything about what the race of these kids were with the hammers that smashed the guy's head in. and right away all of a sudden now we're at a point where there is other crime. and this was not a racial crime with michael brown. that's the biggest problem. >> they reported, i'll throw
this to mark fuhrman, we came here from freedom from the serbs, now we're getting killed by african-americans. that's not fair. they don't even mention race in this case, mark. what's your reaction? will we hear from the white house? >> of course we're not going to hear from the white house, and of course it's a racial case. you don't have three juveniles running around with hammers and they just kind of by chance were damaging this car that's stopped at a stop sign. he was targeted because of his race. and i've gone online and there's actually somebody that videotaped from their phone the crime scene after the fact and they're talking about the statements that were being yelled before, during and after this incident. and it has to do with kill the white people. is it true? i don't know. but it sure begs the argument why was he killed? robbery, car jacking? no, neither one. he was killed because he was at the wrong place and he was the
wrong color, racial crime. >> let's go charles barkley's comments, they've gotten a lot of play. i give him a lot of credit because there were people willing to rush to judgment who didn't have any facts at hand. not charles barkley. >> [ bleep ] those aren't real black people. those are [ bleep ]. no, real black people, they're not out there looting. you have to be really careful with the cops man, because if it wasn't for the cops we'd be living in the wild, wide west in our neighborhoods. we can't pick out certain incidents that don't go our way and act like the cops are all bad. i hate when we do that. because think about it, you know how bad some of these neighborhoods would be if it wasn't for the cops? there's no excuse for those people to be out there burning down people's business, burning up police cars. that serves no purpose. >> he said more than that.
>> yeah, he talked about it, too, he's talking about when there are young black men that want to study and get ahead, all of a sudden the ones that really don't want to get ahead, say, oh, you're acting white now because you're talking too clear and you're getting too much of an education, you're becoming white. there is no white or black. this country is for black and white. there's no color sequence here. and you want to know something? charles barkley hit the nail exactly on the head. this is america, and people should get educated, people should be able to speak correctly and you know what the problem again it goes back -- i'm sorry to say -- it goes to the rap music and all that nonsense. and with the language that's used there and just goes right back into the neighborhoods. and this is how the -- >> if we want to look at the socioeconomic issues involved with this, mark, you have to admit inner city schools are horrible. the liberal welfare state has not worked. we've got 50 million americans in poverty, 50 million americans on food stamps.
the american dream isn't there for them today. i would argue that those very people who say they have a monopoly of compassion for the poor and minority communities, their policies have hurt these communities. then they come in as a savior and they whip people up into a frenzy creating the impression that they'll get a verdict that would never come in this case. was there any chance that a grand jury will come up with some type of charge? i don't think so. >> if they actually paid attention to the evidence, certainly not. if they were being held hostage and they actually took the bait, of course they come back with an indictment. you said something interesting about the inner city, sean. i worked that part of city of los angeles, the greater part of my career. i'll tell you this. 80% of the people are trying to get their kids in school, get them educated. they're trying to go to work, trying to work two jobs, trying to not catch a bullet in a drive by when they eat dinner. they're locked down at night. those are the people we don't hear.
those are the people just like good muslims who can't come forward because they'll be target. this is what's happening. we're hearing the gang members, the hoodlums, the thugs, the activists, the anarchists. that's who we're hearing from right now. >> these are the people who sat on the grand jury, these are the eyewitnesses in the neighborhood that are afraid they may be identified. >> that's right. >> but they were committed to the truth because they want their neighborhood safer. >> exactly. >> and you watch today, mark, in the united states congress, they continue to put their hands up like that's what happened. in the new york city school system, 80% of the minority kids are graduating and they can't read properly. they're pushing them through. and this is where it all stems from. you got a democratic city in chicago, new york and these kids should be educated and let them learn. they push them through. that's part of the problem. >> we got to break there, guys. good to see you. on a busy news night we continue here on "hannity." >> in this world the hangman's
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>> as long as they kill us and go to wendy's and have a burger and go to sleep, they're going to keep killing us. but when we die and they die, then soon we're going to sit at a table and talk about we're tired, we want some of this, because we're [ bleep ] tearing this -- >> and now reverend jesse jackson is refusing to accept the justice carried out by the grand jury. watch what he says. >> fact is after 3 1/2 months, this was no jury of substance, no jury of integrity. no real america. this was a hangman's noose and it's not right and we all
deserve better. >> the grand jury's was just a hangman's noose. here's reaction from the great one mark levin, your reaction to this? >> my reaction is that farrakhan is a violent, hatefu racist anti-semite and the fact that the president of the united states didn't denounce those comments, the fact that the attorney general of the united states didn't denounce those comments, the fact that not a single democrat went to the floor of the house or the floor of the senate and denounced that man and what he stands for, and not even a republican, as far as i know is unbelievable to me. as far as jesse jackson is concerned, ferguson is not selma and michael brown is not emmett till. there was no racial profiling here. there was no racist police officer here. the militarization, quote, unquote, of the police force had nothing to do with this. this police officer was acting in self-defense. and michael brown was the perpetrator here. now, this country's being turned upside down by this president
and attorney general and their surrogates, so the question is why, and i'll tell you why, among other reasons. in the black community under our first black president and first black attorney general, it's miserable, high unemployment. the schools stink. and they oppose school choice. what else is going on? black on black crime is through the roof. nine out of ten blacks are murdered by blacks. you have gang violence in cities like chicago. what are they doing about it? nothing. when they met on monday, did they talk about it? not a word. what about the shop owners burned out in ferguson? overwhelmingly black and hispanic. were they invited to speak on monday? nothing. so now obama and holder and the surrogates are doing what? they're undermining our police officers, all police officers regardless of race pushing what, an agenda to nationalize local police forces. why?
why? 0 is obama doing such a great job? he's doing a disastrous job. this has nothing to do with racial profiling, nothing to do with racist cops, nothing to do with the militarization of the police force, and yet this is what they burp up and spat out. >> as a lawyer, i would argue that if you don't go after -- use all the evidence that we have to go after these people that were looting, the arsonists in this case, those that were inciting in this case, you're setting yourself up for another incident to occur. let me give you an example. the stepfather of michael brown , we know his comments, let's play them again. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. burn this [ bleep ] down. >> again and again, burn this down. we've got video. we'll have more video tonight from another store being looted.
but those looting in this video, the comments of the father, what would you suggest from a legal point should be done in terms of those inciting and those looting and those that are arsonists? what should happen? >> we're used to a civil rights division of the justice department. only pushing an ideological agenda? the answer is yes. the civil rights division of the justice department should be defending all those little shop owners who are minorities. they should go in there, get those tapes, do hard law enforcement. look at the faces, there's a lot of faces in those tapes, when those masks came down. find out who they are. hunt them down, prosecute them in throw them in jail for arson, looting, rioting, all kinds of felonies. that's number one. number two, i hear these phony fraudulent lawyers on tv all the time talking about the grand jury. this matter should have never gone to the grand jury. the reason the prosecutor took it to the grand jury was to try to turn down the temperature that eric holder had held up.
so he took it to the grand jury just for an effort to try to ease tensions. fact of the matter is there was never nothing here period, all the same. science, forensic witnesses, all the same. >> well, the stories, the evidence was overwhelming and compelling. you were never going to get a guilty verdict if it went to trial by a jury in the first place. everybody knew that. even eric holder. but, again, he went out with his irresponsible comments. i want to look at some of the numbers, statistics. because the president, eric holder, al sharpton, they all claim to have a monopoly on compassion for people, minorities specifically, number of people killed by law enforcement with a firearm, you can see the cdc number, it's 471 xt the number of black americans killed by law enforcement, 123. whites, hispanics, 326. but if you look at black on black crime and in particular murder, look at that number. it's happening 90% of the killings are happening, it's black on black crime.
if the president really cared, if eric holder really cared, al sharpton really cared, wouldn't they be going into cities like newark, new jersey, chicago, the president's home town, that really cared, won they care about that? >> i'll tell you why, the hard truth is they don't care. they're ideologues pushing an agenda. they're trying to nationalize something that never happened. they won't go into these towns i'll tell you why also, sean, because they're run by democrats and democrat policies and liberal policies that break up families, that promote destitution. that subsidize the wrong kinds of things and attack the right kinds of things. so what's obama and what holder going to do? they're not circumspect. they're not going to look in the mirror and talk about what they've done and what these mayors in other communities have done. they're just not going to do it. so they advance a different kind
of agenda. but the fact of the matter is what michael brown did. what michael brown did in ferguson, missouri, resulted in his death. the police officer was responding to an attack against him and he feared for his life and that's rightly so. what about these statistics for how many police officers die or are injured in the line of duty? over 100 die every single year. >> 45,000. >> it's a horrific thing. >> mark, we've got to roll. >> it's enormous. >> it's enormous, thank you. you don't have the white house sending three representatives to those funerals. coming up new video. you'll only see right here on "hannity." we have new exclusive surveillance video from inside the delwood market. we haven't shown you this before. looters ransacking the place. after the michael brown grand jury verdict. the owner needs your help. can you identify people in these
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boarded-up store, grabbing everything they could. some jumped over the counters, stealing lottery tickets and everything else they can get their hands on. tonight the owner of the store needs their help. you see the faces there? if you recognize any of the looters, please call the crimestoppers number at the bottom of the screen. joining me now is the owner of the delwood market. montez lalani. sir, first of all, i'm very sorry about what happened. we'll keep showing the video. how much is this going to cost you in damage? will you be able to reopen your store? >> no, not yet. i'm overwhelmed. this happened third time in my store, the very first time was august 10th, then august 17th, and now this time. it is really bad this time. so i don't know the situations, i haven't decided what i want to do now. >> how many years have you been in the neighborhood open with your market? >> i've been in this business for 25 years. nice neighborhood, but this last
incident has really changed my mind, that it is no longer safe or nice neighborhood which i used to know. >> when you look at this video, are there people you recognize as customers that went into your store? >> some of my clerks did recognize some of those. they talked to the police officers last time also, but nothing has happened since then. >> so in other words, you have video where you could identify people last time and the police didn't do anything? >> no. >> yeah, now i had the police chief on last night. and the police chief said to me that they're going to take this videotape and they're going to go after everybody that they can identify. do you want them to prosecute the people that are destroying your 25 years worth of work here? do you want them arrested? do you want them charged? >> sure, i mean, people have to pay the price of what they did. i will believe it when i see that. >> so 25 years of your life, i'm stunned.
how much -- have you been able to put an estimate on the damage this time and then the damage the previous two times? how much did this cost, all of this looting and madness? >> it is not only the dollar amount. it's just the, you know, the psychological effect that i don't feel safe any more in my own neighborhood where i used to it be doing my business the last 25 years. so the dollar amount, each time they hit my store, it runs into 50 -- $100,000. >> i don't know what you make a year, but that's a lot for anybody with a small business. >> it is. >> it sounds to me like you are not going to open this store again. you seem to have made up your mind that you don't want to be in the community any more. >> well, like you had interviewed my son last week. and he says i'm old man.
he might be right. i'm too old to, you know, face those kind of problems all the time. so yeah, i'm planning to get out from this. >> what do you -- as you watch this video, what are your thoughts? this obviously has nothing to do with michael brown. this is just people taking advantage of the situation. >> it is not. it is not. >> it is a mob looting and with total disrespect. >> yes. >> lawlessness run amok. >> it is. >> are you mad at the police that they weren't there, or do you understand they were busy? >> the thing is this time, they promised there would be national guard and we would be taken care of, secure, which i was very much disappointed. all they had to do is if they had one police guard or national guard humvee, parked right in front of each store, there were 20 or 30 stores, they could have prevented this. instead they had 200 cars guarding the police stations and those kind of things. they did everything wrong from the beginning to the end.
>> the governor, there's no excuse. he brought up the national guard, he called them up, then he never deployed them. unbelievable. >> no. >> i'm very sorry what happened to you here. you didn't deserve this. i wish you the best of luck. thank you. >> the thing is that, you know, i mean, martin luther king, if he was alive, he wouldn't have appreciated the way the loot -- leaders have handled the case. al sharpton and jesse jackson, they could have talked to those demonstrators to do a peaceful demonstration, not just destroy the neighborhood. >> yeah. sad. very sad. thank you, sir, for being with us. i'm sorry about what happened. >> thank you. >> coming up next on this busy news night tonight on "hannity" -- >> it was a painful reminder that, just like with trayvon martin and tamir wright, that so many others law enforcement officers killed our black and brown men and boys without repercussions. >> that was the black caucus chairwoman.
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it was a painful reminder that, just like with trayvon martin and tamir rice, and so many others that law enforcement officers killed our black and brown men and boys without repercussions. >> that was the chairwoman of the congressional black caucus, marcia fudge on the house floor yesterday. darrell parks is with us. hands up, don't shoot. powerful symbol. great chant. great phrase. one problem, darrell. you have eyewitnesses, many of them black, saying that michael brown did not have his hands up. michael brown was not cooperating with the police. as a matter of fact, they said he was charging at the officer like a football player with his head down. so that's all based in fiction. it's a complete fabrication. what do you say to those people who are advancing a narrative we all now know is false? >> well, here's the problem, sean, couple things. number one, i think people are
up in arms about the process that took place. for example, when you have a prosecutor puts witnesses before the grand jury yet you impeach your own witnesses that you put in front of the grand jury. >> daryl, wait a minute. you have witnesses. you have members of congress telling the country that's listening, oh, michael brown had his hands up and said don't shoot. that's a lie. the witnesses said that's a lie and it's not true. he was charging at the officer after he tried to steal the guy's gun. >> sean, they have different versions of the story. some say what you're saying. the others say they saw his hands up. >> damian johnson? the guy who helped steal from that convenience store? that guy? >> two problems -- >> the guy that said he pointed at point blank range. the forensics didn't support that nor did the autopsy support that phony story. >> here's the problem, though, sean, there's enough there for probable cause. the issue that you're talking about are issues for a trial jury. a trial jury should decide this
case more so than a grand jury. that's what people are up in arms about. >> you're a good attorney. you're never going to get a guilty verdict when you have eyewitnesses corroborating -- by the way, eric holder knew this from day one -- corroborating the officer's story, a, that he fought are for the gun, b, that he charged him with his head down like a football player. you'll never get a guilty verdict. you know that and i know that. >> here's the problem. what our country needs in this situation is what we have in trayvon martin. we had the public trial. we saw the evidence. we saw the trial for ourselves. everyone was okay. >> not guilty. >> right, but you can't decide it in private the way they've done this case. that's the major problem. we need a public trial in michael brown's case. >> you already had one. and the grand jury -- i don't even think it should have gone to the grand jury. based on all the eyewitnesses. we just had the owner of this store on. i know you're representing the brown family. you see this videotape of all these people robbing and looting this store, and we have video of another store, this is a new one tonight, and this guy has been
in the neighborhood 25 years and now he's probably not going to open up again. when michael brown's stepfather said burn this -- down, don't you thing that contributed to a mind-set? don't you think that was wrong? and isn't that inciting a riot? >> let me say this. first, my answer is no. there's nothing that suggested that statement caused whatever took place that day. also our hearts goes out to all the store owners who received damage as a result. >> the third time this guy had that happen to him. third time. and he's not coming back. >> those people who did that, did that on their own. they did not do that in memory of michael brown. >> and you don't think the father, the stepfather incited a riot with burn this -- down? >> there's no proof of that. well, no, the tape -- you don't show where someone went and did it based on what he said. there has to be a nexus. >> we got to roll. thank you, daryl. >> thank you. >> we have a question of the day about al sharpton and the
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