Shot 12 times total, 10 were while Michael Brown was 150 feet away.
At 150 feet away, what exactly was the main threat on the cop's life?
A 50 yard threat!
Is there a law that a cop could break in the act of shooting an unarmed human?
The next time you are approached by a cop, please know that the second s/he believes her/his life is in any danger, regardless of all else, s/he can kill you -- by law.
There are no measures to that feeling, like, "on a scale from zero to ten with zero being no danger and ten being the most in danger." If a cop felt in danger at a "one" on that scale, it seems s/he has a right and sometimes the duty to kill.
If the person is minority, that feeling of threat could be less than 1 -- like 3/5.