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

As he was turning, at that time the officer had already been around to the back of his truck and got into his spot. By the time he got there, while Michael was there, he was slowly turning around and the officer said stop. When Michael turned around, he just put his hands up like this. They were shoulder high, they weren't above his head, but he did have them up. He had them out like this, all right, palms facing him like this.

The officer said stop again. Michael then took a step, a few steps it took for him to get from that blacktop to the street. When he stepped out on the street, the officer said stop one more time and then he fired. He fired three to four shots. When he hit him, he went back. Can I stand?

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