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

And not necessarily. It is like, you know if you try to squeeze it back, it will re-approximate pretty good. It is something came in between it and pushed things to the side. It is just open like that because the muscle, that's just what muscle kind of does once it gets hit. Because your muscles are in a bundle, it is like a fascicle. You have tissue that kind of holds them together. So when you injure that, they just kind of fall out. So that is going to make a wound that may not necessarily be, you have a little small bullet, but it goes through and filets that stuffs open, the integrity of the tissue elements has been disrupted. So now things are going to be able to kind of flop out. You no longer have the skin holding things together, you don't have connective tissue holding muscle together, that stuff's disrupted, it is going to flop open. I'm also too, I'm putting traction on the hand too, and that's going to help to expose it more. You can see me pulling on his thumb, I mean your hand, your hand kind of just rest like this, I'm stretching it out like that. So that could make things look more dramatic than they really are.

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