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

we never were able to get him subpoenaed. He's hung up on me twice, he hung up on the Department of Justice attorney twice, they've not been able to get him 1n for an interview.

I've had an investigator to his home, to his mother's home, and either people don't answer the door or when they answer the door they say isn't here.

Police are not authorized to go into a house and look for somebody unless they have a search warrant. And given that he's not, he hasn't committed a crime, we really can't get a search warrant to go into a house to find him.

So, you know, I did play his statement for you to take into consideration the fact that he 1s unwilling to come in and give live testimony to you.

When you consider how many witnesses have g1ven different statements after they come in and testify, just keep that in mind, that you were able to question him and observe him and judge his credibility live, okay.

GRAND JUROR: I have one more question. What would be the reason that a police department or the FBI or the civil rights will get a statement at the 9th hour before the witness comes in to testify?

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