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

That's okay. I know number one, that I'm giving you an opinion in great part depends on what I saw yesterday. I couldn't give an opinion, as I said a long time ago, until I saw the autopsy photographs, what the body looked like before the autopsy was done, you know, which these photographs that you see are all from that time, which are very significant. I couldn't see the x-rays, the clothing, were all important to me in arriving at particular opinions. As far as the autopsy, and then I will now write a report, but I couldn't write it yesterday, I will write a report on the basis of my finding. As far as I could see from the St. Louis report, I don't know the other report, we agree with everything except that reentry wound.

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