Why do people use the name of the dead for the goodness of their own intentions? It’s not like they are always on the right to stand up against an officer who is bound to perform his duty to keep a check on every other person he suspects to have done something wrong. Suspicion does not make you a criminal, proper proof does confirm you to be one, so next time when you are being suspected act just a little bit respectful.
This guy had been stopped at the mall and has been asked for his receipt, since the scenario at the black Friday sales is always messed up we should be giving each other some benefit of doubt. If by mistake an officer did suspect you of something you should be cool enough to clear him off when you know you are at the right. Unlike being normal, people now feel that there is a need to create drama and record every bullsh*t they can make their way with. For instance this guy who admits that he is clean but is still reluctant to place his receipt or his ID putting up the name of the deceased Michael Brown for no common reasons at all. This is a very degraded way of using someone’s name that is now not a part of this world for something that might be of benefit for you.