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

Okay. As a procedural thing, if I'm going to do my evidence in order, you can see now you will see the yellow evidence tents are placed down throughout the scene. In particular number one. In a perfect world, you would take a photograph of evidence number one, you move to number two, number three just to keep everything in order and that's the order that we find things. There is not necessarily a rule or law that says the item that you see first has to be number one and everything has to go in order.

It could very well, for instance, in this scene, if I marked number one and number three, or that's number two there, I could mark 1 through 30 and then when we're getting ready to go find a shell casing on the other side of number one and have that be evidence item number 31. So it is not necessarily in the physical space things are numbered, they are numbered how we find them.

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