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

From every instance I've been involved with the police, I'm not a criminal. I don't have any record. I don't have any reason to be arrested or brutalized. A lot of people that I know over there is the same way.

What I see when the police come, it is like instant panic from people. You know, like who called them, why would you call them over here. We don't need them to solve this problem, you just brought more trouble into the area and stuff like that.

And I just see like, I mean, I seen my daddy get beat by the police, I've seen friends of mine will be out, you know, shopping and someone told them we stole something and just get followed by the police cars. I never seen, you know, I don't think he deserves to get killed like that. And that just kind of proves my whole image of what I thought of the police.

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