Two women, Pam Johnson and Stacee McWilliams have come forth and claim to have witnessed Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent standing around while his friend/teammate(Jerry Brown, Jr) screamed for his life while being burned alive. Both ladies described the same story to News 8, about their account of what happened just minutes after the incident.
911 operators said someone else had already reported it, Johnson told News 8. Then Brent came around from behind his crashed vehicle, and Johnson said she asked him whether anyone else remained in the overturned car, which had just caught fire. “‘Yes, but he won’t get out,’” Johnson said Brent told her. “Well, get him out,” Stacee McWilliams said she replied to Brent.
Johnson said that was the first time she ever saw McWilliams. “‘Is he going to pull him out or let him burn up?’” Johnson said McWilliams then asked her. Monday, McWilliams told News 8 she heard Brown calling for help and then had to beg Brent to save his friend from the burning Mercedes. “I said, ‘Get him out of the car. You can’t just stand here and watch this man die. Pull him out of the car!’ And he said to me, ‘He won’t get out.’ I said, ‘GET HIM OUT OF THE’ – you know commanded him – ‘get him out of the car!’” McWilliams, seen below, explained.