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

And that answered a lot of questions I had as to entrance, exit, closeness of the gun at the time of discharge.

I also looked at clothing, the clothing was very important. Clothing is always, the two most important to the hospital pathologist, 90 percent, 95 percent of pathologists in the country, hospital pathologists, the most important part of an autopsy is internal organ, the heart, the brain, the lungs, kidneys, they're important, that's where natural diseases occur.

To the forensic pathologist the most important is the skin, that's where we see all patterns of injury, we see forensic evidence, trace evidence, blood, hairs, fiber, semen, saliva, that can be on the outside of the body.

And the skin, the clothing is part of the skin to us because the clothing and the skin contain patterns of injury, gunshot powders, cut wounds, and also trace evidence.

At the police headquarter building was able to look through and see all of the many photographs that were taken by the police and in the body in the virgin state for us. Having not been washed or touched or anything and the clothing.

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