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

Yes, yes. Again, another image here. We kind of put his arm back and you can see his armpit and again entrance gunshot wound here, and that is where they recovered that round.

Just because we haven't mentioned it yet, we haven't really described that other wound here on the right clavicle. What it did on the inside he had about 400 milliliters of blood in his right chest cavity. That's about like a can of Coke. A can of Coke is about 350 milliliters, so a decent amount of blood in his right chest.

And again, this fractured a rib that caused injury to the lung and that gunshot wound to the right clavicle area fractured the clavicle and then it went right through the upper lobe of the right lung. So quite a bit of injury to the right side of his chest.

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