The transcripts of the Grand Jury testimonies about the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

A placard, I'm sure you have all seen them, they come in various shapes and colors. There is typically a hard plastic, for lack of a better term, with a number on it. And the only purpose that it truly serves is for primarily me to recognize a photograph, what number of evidence that I'm picking up.

Any given scene shell casing or a blood drop somewhere. If you find a picture of this shell casing 100 pictures later of a separate shell casing, it would be nearly impossible for you to determine which was number one and which was number 200.

So a numbered placard is just a reference for my report writing and my evidence collection of what I've just took a picture of and I can reference that in my evidence.

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