Not the eye witness testimony the Justice department released. The only person who was on Brown's side in his testimony had just robbed a store with him.
As far as Brown trying to steal the gun, there is evidence of it, so we don't have to take the police officer's word for it; fingerprints on the gun, and blood inside the car on a bullet hole, as well as gunshot residue on Brown's hands. Also, Brown charging Wilson has evidence for it in the angles of the gunshot wounds. I have never heard Brown was 148 ft away though, as that would be some seriously good shooting on the officer's part.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... All of the spent casings are feet away. When someone assaults a police officer, you expect them to just let the person walk away and not try to arrest them?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... 7 witnesses corraborated the police officer's story, 3 disagreed with him. Totally a clear cut case of the police officer lying. All three of the disagreeing witnesses were proven false by multiple conflicting stories and the evidence, I am sure they are totally work listening to though.