You should probably add this to the top of your list:
"On Friday morning, Jackson had said that Darren Wilson, the officer who killed Brown, had been responding to a call when a radio dispatcher reported the robbery as well as the suspect’s description and approximate location.
Wilson then left the call he had been responding to and encountered Brown a short time later, Jackson said Friday morning."
"Jackson had said that Brown was the suspect in a robbery that occurred not far from where he was killed, releasing a police report and video footage connected to the robbery."
Later that day, “The initial contact between the officer and Mr. Brown was not related to the robbery,” Thomas Jackson, the police chief, said during a news conference Friday afternoon. "it does appear to contradict the conclusion that many had drawn from a news conference Jackson had held earlier in the day."
This certainly gave people the wrong information or impression that Brown was stopped for stealing cigars which resulted in his death and it wouldn't surprise me if there are many who still believe that is what happened.http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/08/15/ferguson-police-chief-encounter-between-officer-and-michael-brown-did-not-relate-to-robbery/
For the record, the official position has been and still is, when officer Wilson first encountered MB he was not aware or the Ferguson market robbery. After telling them to get on the sidewalk he proceeded forward and stopped to watch them. At this point it is speculated he may have received the call about the robbery at which time he saw MB with a box of cigars in hand and went back. The initial contact never had anything to do with the freguson market robbery.