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

The barrel is in that position and the bullet is going in that path just like that, that's the way it is going. (indicating) So when I put it on a body diagram, I'm like this. It's going in an upwards fashion. It doesn't mean it is going upwards, but that's the way that I have to present it to give a reference point of the injuries on a body diagram. But what it is saying in realtime is the hand can be positioned in all kind of fashions, but that gun barrel is going to have to stay like that. It has to be coming in a fashion like this. It can't change, it can't start coming this way, it can't. It has to always be in relationship like this. (indicating) Where the hand could have been like that generating the wound, the hand could have been like this generating the wound, and it could have been like this generating the wound, but they have to stay in this locked position, that's the only way it can be. (indicating)

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