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

They all, they running out, from my vantage point I can see every apartment on the opposite side of the street. The gentlemen who were working, my apartment, my bedroom, I can see them and the apartment that they are working on and I'm watching them. They are making a lot of noise, but anyway, from the front of my house, I couldn't see them. I knew they were there, I knew they were there. People on my side and my street, no one was there.

The immediate apartment building where he was shot, I couldn't tell if anybody was up there. The apartments that are already in the back of the driveway where he was stopped at, where the memorial is, I didn't see anyone on this side of the street in my sight.

The other part I can't see that.

Just tell me about when you

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