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

It looks like he was falling. He was staggering, he was staggering, trying to stay up. Okay.

He was shot, he was hurt. He was trying to keep up on his feet. He wasn't going toward the officer to try to get to him. He was trying to stand up. He was trying to maintain hisself, but you could see his body was giving out. And the angle his body was, when he told him to stop that last time when he's looking at him and that's when the comments were made, he's getting ready to kill him.

And no sooner than they said that he was going like this, his body was coming like this because he wasn't even looking and he fired. That's the only way he could have hit him in the head, the only way. He was already on his way down. The man was unarmed, you had already put three to four shots in his body.

Granted, he is a big boy, but he was hurt, he was hurt.

And this is the point right

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