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

Because if he was supposedly taking some medications for weight or for emotional disturbance or for sleep or so, and under a medical directive we should see it in his bloodstream. With the toxicology and the toxicology can tell us if somebody is taking drugs you are not supposed to take, like marijuana, or some they didn't take drugs that they should have taken.

Suppose somebody is on antipsychotic medication and there is none in his toxicology, that would indicate he wasn't taking his medication, that could be a reason for his behavior.

So toxicology, everything it has and everything it doesn't have has significance, and in this instance, I think marijuana is significant that he smoked marijuana, but 99 out of 100 people taking marijuana aren't going to get in a fight with a police officer over it in my experience.

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