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

Yeah, why don't you all keep in mind two days a week is going to be the best way to go during your lunch break, and something you can kind of talk about your schedules and redo the calendar as you have.

I will tell you that whatever days you pick, like I said, we are going to work with those. Doesn't matter to me, however, I do believe that it can be helpful for us if at least one of those days at least till 5:00. We've found that there are witnesses who have said, you know, well, I can't be here till 4:00 because my kids off the bus and blah, blah, blah.

We understand that these people are witnesses, you know. They happen to be, what they may feel now is at the wrong place at the wrong time. So, I'm trying my best, especially the ones that are cooperative, to work with them if they have, you know, work or child issues that, you know, we'll get you here, when does your son get off the bus. Okay. How about if we have the cab pick you up at 3:00, get you here at 3:30 that way we can get some of these people on.

So when you do your schedule, I know that a lot of these days you have a 2:30 cutoff because of work and that's fine, but if there is a day during the week that you can go till 5:00, that might be a good second day for us because then we can maybe accommodate some witnesses that need to work later.

Is there anything else that anybody had to bring up or talk about before we get started?

All right. So today we are going to hear first We heard from his wife

last Tuesday. And he was here with her, we didn't have time to get to him. You've already heard his recorded statement so we will call him as our first witness.

We also have , she has a couple of statements that we will play before she testifies. One of them is very brief, like three minutes long, but the other one I have to tell you we just got because it was the result of a federal interview.

I can't remember if it was done by the FBI or Department of Justice, but we have that, we have the recording of that, but I don't have a transcript of that. So we'll just listen to the recording of that statement before she testifies.

And then we have a witness that's scheduled to be here at 1:00 in the afternoon. His name is He's made a number of statements as well.

So after testifies, we'll go on with the statements, recording statement for the next witness, 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:

EXAMINATION THE WITNESS: I want to be sure that I understood what it was.

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