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The story of Mike Brown continues to evolve years after his killing sparked heated debate and protests across the nation.
Over the weekend, new footage showed Brown as he entered the corner store he was later accused of robbing, hours before he returned.
According to the New York Times, documentary filmmaker Jason Pollack found the never before seen footage after going through pages of documents that went overlooked.
It shows Brown enter the corner store at about 1 a.m. to allegedly exchange a bag of weed for a box of cigarillos. He then returned the boxes before leaving. This is 11 hours before he returned to the scene soon before that infamous scene in Ferguson, Missouri.
This would mean that when he returned to the story, that alleged robbery the police department originally reported did not really happen.
When asked by the Times, St. Louis County police denied the new footage was at all relevant to the case. Either way, officer Darren Wilson says he wasn’t aware of the robbery before the fateful confrontation on August 9, 2014.
The documentary Stranger Fruit will debut at SXSW this week.
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