Video Shows Barry Washington Was Shot While Assaulting Ian Cranston 'Without Provocation'"Indisputable" video evidence shows Washington "assaulted [Cranston] without provocation, resulting in head injuries that required the police to take Mr. Cranston to the hospital where a brain scan and other procedures had to be performed," Cranston's attorney reports
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The media is hiding video showing Barry Washington assaulting Ian Cranston and his girlfriend outside a bar last month in Oregon before getting shot and using a picture of Cranston after his black eye started to heal to imply he was the aggressor.
CNN not only hid the top-left image showing Cranston's black eye but also chose to darken the latest image released by the local sheriff's department where Cranston's eye had mostly healed in order to make him look more intimidating:
The Daily Mail was another one of many outlets which chose not to include the photo of Cranston's black eye. Nonetheless, they were one of the only outlets to include the video showing Cranston clearly acted in self-defense and far-left Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel lied about what took place.
Cranston's attorney told CNN that "indisputable" video evidence shows "before Ian Cranston ever drew his weapon, Barry Washington had assaulted him without provocation, resulting in head injuries that required the police to take Mr. Cranston to the hospital where a brain scan and other procedures had to be performed," The Daily Mail reported.
From The Daily Mail, "Bullet factory worker, 27, is charged with 'shooting dead black man, 22, after ''respectfully'' complimenting and asking out his girlfriend during night out'":
A white bullet-maker shot a black man dead for paying his girlfriend a 'respectful' compliment, prosecutors say, in an incident likened to Jim Crow-era lynchings.
That was the extent of the interaction, but Cranston, a machinist at bullet manufacturer Nosler, was 'not happy,' it is alleged.The video shows DA Hummel blatantly lied about what took place in order to lynch Cranston:
As you can see, things did not "calm down" but instead Washington launched into an assault on Cranston's girlfriend and then went in to attack Cranston himself before getting shot.
Hummel worked to demonize Cranston in the media with this phony "compliment" story (since when is hitting on a man's girlfriend "respectful" and not "inappropriate"?) and suggested Cranston took part in a modern day "lynching" before hitting him with a host of outrageous, politically-motivated charges.
But footage said to show the deadly fight was shared on social media, with a man believed to be Washington filmed fighting with another man moments before a gunshot rings out.
He has not been charged with any hate crime, but District Attorney Hummel said an investigation into whether the killing was bias-motivated continues, and drew parallels between the killing and historic racist murders of black men.
A woman shouts a profanity and a shot rings out. Then a male voice exclaims 'Hey, call the police!' and laughter is heard.Washington's family launched a GoFundMe off the assault and raised over $57,000.
Barry Washington was an amateur rapper who rapped about how his brother and friends were all "in the pen" (penitentiary) due to "the system."
Perhaps as we saw in the George Floyd case, the state will pay his family $27 million right before the case goes to trial to further bias the jury.
This is a clear cut self-defense case and yet Hummel is just dragging Cranston through the mud for political points!
Hummel knows that if he gets a sympathetic jury he can get away with anything!
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