Dorian Johnson: Darren Wilson Allies Reportedly Fighting For Perjury Charges Against Michael Brown's Friend

Meaghan Ellis

Michael Brown supporters reportedly aren't the only people seeking justice. Apparently, those in support of Darren Wilson still aren't pleased with some of the alleged details in the controversial case.

According to The Daily Mail, allies of the former Ferguson police officer are reportedly fighting for perjury charges to be brought against Michael Brown's friend Dorian Johnson. For those who don't remember, Dorian "Hands, Up Don't Shoot" Johnson was the key witness with Brown at the time of the altercation that took place between Brown and Wilson. He claimed Brown had his hands up when Wilson fired at him.

Johnson has done several television interviews recounting the series of events that led to Brown's untimely death. His claims sparked the national "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" protests that have taken place around the country. However, he's also reportedly changed his story numerous times, which leads many to believe he purposely fabricated his account of the incident. Now, Wilson's supporters want answers.

A friend of Wilson's released a statement on behalf of his supporters, reports Breitbart. The statement cites a number of reasons why they feel Johnson should be charged.

Here's the statement.

"Dorian Johnson is the one who started it all. If it was up to me he should be charged. 'He got right on CNN, he got right on TV and started blabbering his mouth off. I could tell by his voice that he was lying," Wilson's friend said. "

Johnson also admitted he fled the scene following Brown's death to run home and change his clothing in an effort to disguise himself so police wouldn't recognize him and arrest him for robbery. Although his actions were questionable, he recently spoke out with his sentiments of the grand jury's decision. Following the announcement of the decision on Monday, Nov. 24, Johnson spoke with ABC News.

Here's what he had to say.

"No indictment means no justice," Johnson said. "It's hurtful to think that someone can be murdered and, you know, their killer walks away free," he said. "The fight doesn't stop here," he said. "I don't condone violence on no type of level, but like I said, I do understand the anger. I feel the same anger they are feeling."

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