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

Okay. Based on the information that I was told regarding the incident, I was informed that Darren Wilson while holding his firearm, his department issue pistol, while he's holding it, there was a struggle between Mr. Brown and Mr. Wilson while the officer was seated in his police vehicle and Mr. Brown was outside.

So if you take that and say okay, well, the officer is holding his gun, he never relinquished it, the gun was never taken away, however, we are wrestling over this gun.

Common sense would tell you that if I'm holding the handle of the gun here, then what opportunity or what else is the other person struggling over. Probably this area of the gun.

The magazine was never released from the gun during the incident, it was never dropped or picked up, the officer never lost control of his gun.

If you have a violent event like that, you have to make a decision whether you are concerned about hopefully getting a DNA profile or the possibility of retrieving latent fingerprint evidence.

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