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

I saw a few of them. When they got there, they put tapes up, can't even see there's a pole and another tree right here. They ran it from here to a pole here, across the street and then there's another tree here. They had almost like boxed it in right there.

While they were doing it, that's when the stepfather, I later found out was the stepfather and his cousin were coming down the street. She was screaming and hollering, and my focus was on the stepfather because I was trying, they was trying to keep him from crossing the tape. He wanted to go over and see his body.

When he got there, I left out of my apartment, went around the street, got right up here where his head was pointing towards this direction to see who he was. I had an idea, but I wasn't sure. When I got there, I saw his face, that's when I noticed who he was. When I saw that, I'm like oh, my God. So I went immediately back. I just wanted to go down there to see.

I'm still worried about and my sister-in-law because they was still freaking out. When I got back, the lady that is downstairs with me and I told her. You know that big guy that we see? We call him the gentle giant. You know the gentle giant that comes through? She say, yeah. That's who is laying out in the middle of the street, and then she freaked out.

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