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

Yeah, we were standing, no. The gentleman that was besides us, the workers, no. We knew that. And then you could see, you have to understand the mentality of some of these young guys. They have nothing to do. If they can latch onto something, they embellish it because they want something to do. This is something that give them, okay, now we have something to do to get into.

I've lived out there off and on for almost years. Majority of them do not work. All they do is sit around and get high all day. That's it, and just talk stupid. And they had that there, when we was standing there, someone at the top of the hill, I had got back to my porch, someone at the top of the hill, my brother and my sister and I had back on the porch when I came back, fired off some shots. The officers heard it and they started running, okay.

Everyone that was on the other side of the street started pointing, where did it come from, everybody started pointing. We had two people, never seen these people before in my life in the whole time I've been out there, came up, you all better not say nothing. You all snitching and all of this and that upset

They said this to you

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