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

So now we're moving back over to the right hand here and again, some small defects, a little abrasion here and there. I really, again, I cannot tell you what caused them, just small abrasions.

So now we're looking at his right flank. I had the photographer take this image cause now you can see the trajectory of this gunshot wound.

Here is the entrance gunshot wound to the right lateral chest and this is where they recovered that round that we saw that defect from the prior autopsy. It is basically going front to back and a little bit downward.

And while it goes through this course, it doesn't actually enter the chest cavity, but it fractures the eighth rib and a splinter of that bone actually injured the right lung on the lower lobe.

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