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

Of course, that's correct. A lot of these things that I'm telling you I could not tell from our autopsy. We actually had to go back and look at Dr. report and his images. And that's because, as you can imagine, after the autopsy, all of these organs have been dissected and they're dissected again on a second autopsy. And they're put in a bag and they are in the abdominal cavity after embalming.

So we basically just have a bag of organs to look at. We lay them all out, we do our best, but it can be challenging to interpret gunshot wounds at that point.

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