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

What I would say here the bullet wound, they do everything nowadays these machines, bullet wound comes down through here and as I repositioned the head and all and look at all the additional photographs. I think the bent head that is right on top of the clavicle here, the collar bone, this bullet goes through here and this is a reentry wound. It looks to me like a reentry wound.

I think the way the medical examiner put it down as a separate entrance. So in that regard I have one less bullet that struck Mr. Brown than the medical examiner did, but it doesn't change anything substantially except for forensic pathology point of view. I think the bullet exits here, goes into here, hits the clavicle, hits the lungs and stops.

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