So, you've established here that Brown was resisting arrest, may have gone for the officer's gun and caused a discharge and then fled. That's a sad story.<quoted text>
"Two witnesses told CNN on Wednesday that while Brown did appear to tussle with an officer before he was shot, he didn't enter the police cruiser as authorities say he did.
"It looked as if Michael was pushing off and the cop was trying to pull him in," Tiffany Mitchell told CNN's Don Lemon.
A shot went off, Brown broke free and the officer got out of the vehicle in pursuit, the women said.
"I saw the police chase him ... down the street and shoot him down," Mitchell's co-worker, Piaget Crenshaw, said. Brown ran about 20 feet, she said.
Then, "Michael jerks his body, as if he's been hit," Mitchell said.
Finally, he faced the officer and put his hands in the air, but the officer kept firing, both women said. He sank to the pavement."
Any other questions, professor?
Once a police officer discharges his weapon, he shoots to kill. That's just the way it is. Whether someone else's questionable observations think he should have stopped has nothing to do with it.