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

What's interesting to me is that, you know, the blood, nothing has been washed off. This is the entrance behind and the exit, and this bullet went through a bone in the forearm. The ulnar bone, the two bones in the arm, the radius and ulnar. The ulnar is kind of underneath the pinky and the radius is on the other side.

This went through the radius, the x-rays that show little fragments of metal and the fracture of the radius bone. Partly, that's why there's such a big exit wound, it is wobbling and it had destroyed some bone.

But this is the entrance and this is the exit and this is from behind. Now it went from back to front.

Now, it could be standing at attention, going back and front, could be arms up, could be arms way up, would have the same thing. It could be if the arm is in front, since the arm is mobile, if I put my arm like this, it could come in the back of the arm and come out the front. And in that situation it would have to reenter into the body, which we don't see, which we don't see.

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