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

Just a close-up image of the entrance gunshot wound to the right forearm. Just some pertinent negatives that we see here, we don't see any close range discharge of a firearm, any evidence of that.

When I say that, that means stippling, which is essentially impact with the skin with burning and unburned gunpowder particles. We don't see any soot, which is a product of combustion of the gunpowder, we don't see any deposition of that.

I don't see any searing or muzzle imprint that would have occurred if a gun was right up against that forearm. So no evidence of that.

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