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

Now, in this one, can you turn that front light out. This is a bullet wound of entrance, and again, no powder around it. More than 18 inches away. Can't tell how much more, and the bullet track, thank you, came down through the orbit, the eye and caused some fractures and exited down here through the jawbone on the side. So that was also, see, that would have lined up, as I tried to figure out if he were bent over to have the top of the head and then a parallel line going down and exiting here. And when I spoke about the abrasions, see the nose is pretty good. If he fell down and he got the injuries to the body, they should be more prominent on the nose and on both sides of the forehead, not just on one side of the forehead. And I don't know, these look like superficial scrape marks. They can happen sometimes, I don't even know if after the body is on the floor and people in the course of removing the body to the body bags, pull the body because the person pulling the legs is stronger than the person holding the head, they can cause some scraping damage, but this is more than usual so I'm not sure why.

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