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

The latest is we are trying to get him here. He had not, still has not completed his report. And he indicated that he needed a copy of the St. Louis County Medical Examiner's Report in order for him to complete his report, which is protocol, it is.

And you will hear from medical examiners we are going to bring in that that's necessary because obviously when you are doing a second or third autopsy, things that were done previously, you need to know is this something that, you know, was caused or created in the autopsy or is this a different wound. And so it is not unusual and in fact, you know, I don't want to say protocol, I think that is the appropriate medical procedure is to have the previous autopsy reports so that you can know what was done previously.

Obviously, the bullets were removed already and things that were done are not going to be seen in a second or third autopsy.

So we have forwarded a copy of that to the appropriate people to get to him. And so we've also contacted the appropriate people to have him check his schedule, let us know when he might be available.

Obviously, we can't wait if I'm not available until January, we're going to have to make a decision on what to do about that in the event that happens. But yes, we have things in place right now where we are trying to get him to come here and testify for you.

So that's being done and was there any other things that you guys wanted or needed that?

I was going to see, we have learned a lot about Michael Brown through testimony. I still don't know a lot about Officer Darren Wilson.

I know we brought his supervisor in briefly to talk about protocol, what happened that day. His story was very different from Darren Wilson's. Would be interested to know if we know about what his morning was like.

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