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

Walking towards him. And the officer had his gun up like this is all I seen was him having his arms raised and he was coming closer and Mike was coming like, stop shooting. And he's shooting him and kept shooting him. (indicating)

I'm like, he don't pose no threat, where is his weaponry to where you deem him to being hostile.

I mean, there was two construction workers over there on the side of my building that was viewing the same thing I was viewing. And they seen what I seen, so did other people seen what I seen. It wasn't justifiable in my eyes and I didn't see it to be a hostile situation.

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