Computer hackers associated with the hacktivist group Anonymous released a recording on YouTube Wednesday that they claim are audio files from a St. Louis County Police dispatch recorded during the Aug. 9 shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
The tape appears to be from St. Louis County dispatch — but the officer who fired the shots works for Ferguson’s police department. Discussion of the shooting begins at 11:26, when a dispatcher mentions hearing about the incident “on the news,” and at minute 44, which contains audio from 1:35 p.m. – 2:05 p.m., the dispatcher says “we are switching over to the riot channel.”
It’s likely any chatter regarding the actual shooting will be found in the Ferguson Police Department’s audio dispatches. Those have yet to be released — Ferguson’s Police Chief Thomas Jackson says the 911 tapes were still being processed during a press conference on Wednesday, and apologized that it was taking so long….
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9:35: “Ferguson is asking for assistance with crowd control . . .”
10:58: “Now they have a large group gathering there, she doesn’t know any further. . .”
11:20: “We just got another call stating it was an officer-involved shooting . . .”
11:30: “Be advised, this information came from the news . . .”
11:55: “We’re just getting information from the news and we just called Ferguson back again and they don’t know anything about it . . .”
20:00: “. . .destruction of property . . .”
21:55: “They are requesting more cars. Do you want me to send more of your cars?”
43:55: “Attention all cars, be advised that in reference to the call 2947 Canfield Drive, we are switching over to the riot channel at this time . . .”
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