His friend [Johnson] just looked. He looked frightened. He ran off, he stumbled, then ran off fast. He was on the other side of the street -- not on the side that I'm on [in the Monte Carlo]. .....
From then, I'm looking at the back of the police car .... All I see is [Brown's] feet -- from my passenger side -- just moving back and forth. The truck is moving back and forth. ....
From then, it had to be like 15 to 30 seconds that this was going on. So, I heard one shot.
[Page 4]The FBI special agent asked MC Passenger to confirm that Johnson ran away before the first gunshot. MC Passenger said that Johnson was gone when the struggle between Michael Brown and Darren Wilson was causing the police vehicle to shake. After Johnson departed, MC Passenger focused his attention on the police vehicle.
FBI SA When did you see Dorian run away from the car? Was it before the first shot?
MC Passenger Right before they [Brown and Wilson] basically got into it. He trotted away from it real quick.
FBI SA When you saw the car shaking, Dorian was gone?
MC Passenger Yeah, he'd been gone. He ran to the other side of the street ....
I'm steady paying attention towards the [police] truck.
[Pages 28 - 29]MC Passenger, in his testimony to the grand jury, confirmed reluctantly that Johnson departed from the police vehicle soon after Brown approached the vehicle's door.
Prosecutor When the [police] car comes back, and Mike Brown is at the door, where is Dorian at that time? .... Were they both by the door?
MC Passenger Probably.
Prosecutor Tell me what you saw -- not "probably".
MC Passenger I basically saw him [Johnson], kind of slow, walking away. When Mike Brown ended up being at the door, I saw him [Johnson] going kind of slow across the street. He ran off real quick -- I guess not wanting to be a part of it.
Prosecutor So, when the police officer backed up, he almost hit Michael Brown's foot?
MC Passenger Uh-huh [yes].
Prosecutor That's when Dorian ran away?
MC Passenger No, he didn't run then.
Mike Brown somehow ended up by the police door. Basically as this is happening, he [Johnson] is [moving] gradually, slow across [the street] and just ended up running [but] it wasn't no full-fledged run.
[Pages 180 - 181]I will point out here that MC Passenger indicated that Johnson moved initially "across the street". In later articles, I will point out that several witnesses said that Johnson ran initially to the northwest corner of the nearby building.
MC Passenger told the grand jury also that while Brown still was struggling at the police vehicle, Johnson already had left.
Grand Juror Dorian and Michael -- are they both on the driver's side of the officer's vehicle at that time that you see the feet underneath struggling?
MC Passenger No, Dorian had left.
Grand Juror Dorian had gone?
MC Passenger [Dorian] had left.
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