An insane television interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum proved once again that Michael Brown’s defenders are completely unhinged.
Last night, on Fox News’ “The First 100 Days” program, MacCallum interviewed Jason Pollock, the documentary filmmaker behind “Stranger Fruit.” The documentary claims that a surveillance video taken nearly a day before the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson proves he was innocent of any crime.
You can click here to learn more about the “Stranger Fruit” documentary and the surveillance video in question. This story is not about that, or the validity of Pollock’s claims. This story is about Pollock’s completely off the rails interview with MacCallum, which must be seen to be believed.
For over three minutes, Jason Pollock screams at MacCallum while raving about the justice system. He refutes the findings of both local law enforcement and President Obama’s Justice Department, which cleared officer Darren Wilson in the shooting. He claims a wide-ranging conspiracy between local government and the Obama Justice Department blocked the truth.
You can view the video below.
We’re not sure if this entire thing is an act for publicity, or if Jason Pollock is actually this bat-guano crazy. We’re leaning towards fake outrage, as he is coherent enough to keep plugging his movie throughout the interview.
While the first half of the video is entertaining, the second half is informative. Bob McCullough, the St. Louis prosecuting attorney, appears to refute Jason Pollock’s claims. McCullough points out that the video is nothing new, and has been available to law enforcement for some time. Even Michael Brown’s family had the video, and saw nothing relevant in it to even mention it before.
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