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The anti-cop narrative surrounding the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson is falling apart. The latest shoe to drop: The disclosure that Brown may have struck Wilson in the face just prior to the shooting. (Wilson’s eye socket may or may not have been fractured, but as Hot Air’s Allahpundit notes, “what’s apparently not in dispute is that Wilson somehow emerged from the incident with part of his face swollen.”)
Liberal blogger Markos Moulitsas appear to believe that none of it matters: Brown was shot by a cop; therefore, the cop is at fault.
Like we said the other day, when you’re a liberal, it’s always the cops’ fault.
His readers tried to help him understand:
It really isn’t all that complicated.