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

He got into it with her. The two of them were fighting and arguing. I had just got off work. She got off the bus with me so, you know, me and her, why are you getting off the bus and going to my house. It is my son's birthday, you know, I'm just trying to get stuff for him, don't worry about it. So she walked in the house, they get into it. I didn't tell you could come over here.

So basically they started fighting, he called the police on her. When the police arrived, which was not that, it was like two minutes later, like they was literally parked down the street. When they arrived he was standing in the doorway.

They walked straight up to him, they didn't ask questions, they grabbed him, put him in cuffs, told him to get on his knees. Like how am I going to get on my knees when you're twisting my arm up in the air.

They pushing his face all up on the wall. Me and her are in there crying, he didn't do nothing, he's the one that called you. They dragged him outside.

She was getting ready to leave. So her son, he wasn't even one at this time. He was, where was he. He was sitting on the porch in his stroller, still on the porch. It was freezing outside, snow on the ground.

So they close the front door, left him out there on the porch after they dragged

down the steps.

So they had me and her, and they sat her on the couch. I come out of the kitchen because it is a walk-around bar in the kitchen. So I come around the bar in the kitchen, I'm like, what are y'all doing in my house, why you doing my boyfriend like that. He's the one that called y'all.

Like don't you understand, we had nothing to do with this, we are trying to remove her because we live here.

He was like the B word, don't say nothing to me, this has nothing to do with you, this is a police matter now.

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