Hollywood loves to create controversial movies in order to push their narrative.
According to reports, Warner Bros. recently acquired the rights to “Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil: The Life, Legacy, and Love of My Son Michael Brown,” a memoir written by Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden, with the help of novelist Lyah Beth LeFlore.
Many studios were in contention to win the rights, but Warner Bros. ultimately won out.
Conservative Tribune reports:
If you’ll recall, Brown was shot by St. Louis officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9, 2014, after Wilson responded to reports of a robbery. According to testimony heard by a grand jury, Brown attacked Wilson and then tried to take the officer’s gun from him while he was seated in his cruiser.
The Department of Justice declared it would not prosecute former Officer Wilson.
CBS News reported at the time that federal officials concluded there was no evidence to disprove Wilson’s testimony that he feared for his safety, and there wasn’t reliable evidence that Brown had his hands up when he was shot, a claim made by some witnesses.
In the end, a St. Louis grand jury declared that Wilson shot Brown in self-defense.
Many point to the Brown shooting as the birth place of the Black Lives Matter movement.
While Warner Bros. now possesses the rights to make this film, we can only hope that they will accurately depict the good and bad sides of Brown. We already know the liberal media loves to play the “good kid” card and tends to ignore all the bad sides.
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