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

During the video process of it, since it is a continuous video, at this particular scene I typically would have one person, another crime scene detective that is assisting me walk with me, basically with a hand on my shoulder making sure I don't trip over something in a hallway or a street, because I'm looking directly at that view finder so I can get the perspective I want to. This particular case there was, I was running the video and I had three other crime scene, two other detectives and my detective sergeant. One was guiding me so I didn't trip or step on anything, the other two to get the perspective for the video. I had to get very close to the crowd. So the two people that were assisting him were making sure the crowd wasn't going to grab, push, throw, do something to us.

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