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

Initially, initially, I do the decedent, Mr. Brown, who had already been autopsied, that also changes, the autopsy itself can change appearance of injuries and wounds, especially things that are removed from the body. Obviously, bullets are removed. We can't see where the bullets wound up, but we see the spaces where they were.

The organs are dissected, there are changes in appearance of wounds just on the basis of the first autopsy and the embalming adds onto it.

So I asked at the beginning, and yesterday I was able to see the following of those. Went to the Medical Examiner's Office, very courteous and professional. They have photographs and x-rays, they took a lot of x-rays.

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