A video uploaded to YouTube on November 14 has been brought to the attention of the Free Thought Project which allegedly shows Officer Darren Wilson of the Ferguson Police Department, threatening to arrest a man for filming.
According to the person who took the video he was in fact arrested, and he claims Officer Wilson lied on his report.
"He told me I had permission to 'record' him. As soon as I started filming, his attitude changed, and he arrested me," the man, who wishes to remain anonymous for the time being, tells the Free Though Project in an exclusive interview.
According to the man filming, Wilson put on the report that he only gave him permission to "audio record," as if actual permission was needed to do either one of these things.
He was then arrested and put into Darren Wilson's SUV.
This incident happened on October 28, 2013, he tells the Free Thought Project that he waited to release the video because he was scared of retaliation and wanted to move out of Ferguson prior publishing it.
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Wilson was at the location asking to look at VIN numbers of two vehicles in the man's backyard.
In a phone interview with the person who took the video, he tells the Free Thought Project that he was arrested for Failure to Obey an Officer; a charge that would later be dropped.
While we await the grand jury findings and an announcement on whether or not Wilson will be charged for the killing of Mike Brown, this video gives us a rare glimpse of the killer cop, and his threatening demeanor.