I really should have stopped reading here:
Sadly, I couldn't help myself.
Shelby Lawson is a student at the University of Kansas, majoring in Journalism and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Lawson posted the following to her Facebook page:
You know, if you wanna tell me "Hey, I think something is fishy here -- some witnesses are saying it went down differently than how the experts/media are portraying it." Fine. I don't even have a problem if you take it further and say "Given the history here and the fact we know corruption exists, I think the police are covering for their own." Dat's cool. As long as you keep it in the realm of "this is how I feel about the situation," and don't try to pass it off as fact, I won't quibble.
But if you're going to "SHRED" something (rarrr!), it is helpful when your information isn't outdated and/or flat-out contradicted by information that is easily obtainable from court documents and reputable news sources (size difference, residue, Backstoppers claims that have been debunked even by Snopes, etc.). For anybody to take what this journalism student posted seriously, they have to be extremely low-information and/or extremely invested in clinging to a particular narrative.