New Ferguson Video Adds Wrinkle to Michael Brown Case.Newly disclosed surveillance video showed Michael Brown making an early-morning visit to a Ferguson, Mo., convenience store on the day he was shot by a police officer in 2014. A second visit by Mr. Brown to the store minutes before he was killed had received much more attention. Full Article


The Mike Brown Documentary Stranger Fruit and Its New Surveillance Footage Raise Questions
AUSTIN, TEXAS—Mike Brown did not deserve to die. That sentence is an objective truth that you already know before, during, and after the buzzy and frustrating documentary Stranger Fruit, which had its world premiere Saturday at South by Southwest. Full Article

Washington Post

SXSW film reveals unseen video of Michael Brown at Ferguson market 11 hours before fatal shooting
“Stranger Fruit,” a documentary film that debuted last weekend at SXSW reveals previously unseen security footage of Michael Brown that the filmmaker claims casts doubt on the police narrative that the Ferguson, Mo., teen robbed a convenience store minutes before he was fatally shot by a police officer in 2014. Full Article

Hollywood Reporter

'Stranger Fruit': Film Review | SXSW 2017
Stranger Fruit, an explosive documentary retracing the events surrounding the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, begins with an image of the Ferguson, Missouri, African-American high school grad proudly wearing his cap and gown. Full Article

Surveillance video may shed light on Ferguson police shooting of Michael Brown

When 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014, police officers shared a video showing Brown with his hands around a shopkeeper's neck as he makes off with a carton of cigarillos. Full Article

ABC News

New surveillance video of Michael Brown sparks protests
New video captured hours before Michael Brown was killed shows the 18-year-old exchanging marijuana for cigarillos with the clerks of a Ferguson, Missouri, store, a documentary director told CNN on Monday. Full Article