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

lot of times, I know it is tedious and it seems redundant, why are we hearing this person say the same thing now three times.

If the person makes the same statement three times, you may consider that when you are deliberating about how that, what that means for that person's credibility, their ability to have observed what they say they saw and recall what they say they saw. Those were all things that I think are important because there are a lot of people that see bits and pieces of what happened that day, and I think you can even see right now how, you know, depending on where you were standing, it affects what maybe you say you saw, and that's human nature too.

So, again, Sheila and I are not worried, but very, we're concerned about the speed that this is coming in. We're going to do our best to try to kick it up if we can.

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