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

Today's date is October 7th, it is 10:15 a.m. This is Kathi Alizadeh with the prosecutor's office. All 12 grand jurors are present this morning, as is the court reporter, , who is taking down the proceedings and also audio recording the testimony of witnesses. Sheila Whirley is here and will be in the room in a minute, but I wanted to just give you an idea of what we expect to happen today.

We're getting a late start because as Roseanne Roseannadanna said, it's always something. So we had some difficulties this morning that we had to hammer out and we do have two witnesses here this morning who are going to testify.

And they will, first one is going to be

He's right out here with Sheila. He's going to be walking in as soon as I give them the high sign and he'll, after his testimony is completed, then we will hear from

If you recall, she made a statement that was recorded that she made to the County Police, we heard that yesterday. She also made another statement to the FBI, which we'll play after we're done just to give you an opportunity to hear that as well.

And so we also have witnesses lined up for this afternoon. This is just one of those things I never know if people are going to show up at this point. People call me and say, I don't think I can make it now. Well, I call you a cab. So I'm going to do my best to make good use of your time today.

I've got a couple witnesses who are police officers or technicians who I've already notified them to be available if I need to fill a slot if somebody doesn't show up. So hopefully we'll have stuff for you for most of the day today, okay.

Does anybody have anything to bring up, questions before we get started? All right. of lawful age, having been first duly sworn to testify the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth in the case aforesaid, deposes and says in reply to oral interrogatories, propounded as follows, to-wit:


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