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

The body was sutured. There are two incisions that are made in an autopsy, one is what is called the Y shaped incision. It goes from left shoulder down to the breast bone and the right shoulder down and then down to the pubic area. When it is opened up, it permits examination of the chest organ, the heart and lungs, the abdominal organs, which --and then that's sutured up afterwards. And then there is one incision, second incision is made from back of the, ear to ear, the back of the head that permits removal of the tissue of the skin to bend them forward and take the brain out and examine the brain.

And then when these sutures are, when these incisions are sewed up, this is universal.

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