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

bullet that's going straight, the one that went through the head went through a lot of thick skull bone and a normal, which is another indication that it was kind of a spent bullet by the time that it goes through here and into the lung, which is right next to it, it has already lost most of its power. So that I think is reentrance that I think would be the difference in the way we organize the tracks.

Here is the third bullet wound of the chest that I thought might be a reentry when I did the autopsy, but I think turns out with all the additional information I agree with the medical examiner that's an entry wound.

So you have the head, the face, the facial one coming out here and this pretty much all could be within a foot or two if fired rapidly. Whether that was the last bullet wound or not in the head.

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