Ferguson officer Darren Wilson's testimony to grand jury released
CLAYTON - Following the announcement of the grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, evidence used by the jury has been released to the public including interview, medical records and photos.
Below is a transcript of Darren Wilson's testimony to the grand jury at the office of St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Rob McCulloch and his medical report. The assistant prosecuting attorneys Ms. Kathi Alizadeh and Ms. Sheila Whirley led the questioning.
The interview with Officer Wilson begins on page 196 and below the embedded transcript and medical report is an outline of the interview.
Officer Wilson describes his uniform and a call he responded to earlier in the morning of August 9 before he confronted Michael Brown and Dorian Johnson.
Officer Wilson describes the confrontation in his police vehicle with Brown. Wilson also clarifies his injuries after he's shown pictures of his face after the shooting.
Officer Wilson describes chasing after, confronting, and shooting Brown.
Officer Wilson continues to describe chasing Brown.
Officer Wilson describes the response after the shooting of Brown.
Officer Wilson is questioned about the police department's relationship with the residents in the Canfield Green Apartments.
Officer Wilson describes his trip back to police department, talked about his dispatch call while he was in his vehicle when he initially confronted Brown and Johnson, and explained how he handled evidence at the police department.
Officer Wilson describes having his injuries examined and being interviewed at the hospital.
Officer Wilson is questioned about his work history as a police officer.
Officer Wilson describes again parts of the initial confrontation with Brown and Johnson, and the lack of recording equipment on Ferguson police vehicles.
Officer Wilson is asked to describe the chain of command at the Ferguson Police Department.
Officer Wilson is aksed why he didn't write a report at the police station and if he has any personal written documentation of the event.
Officer Wilson further explains his use of force considering the "force triangle"
Officer Wilson describes his activities on August 8, the day before the shooting.
Officer Wilson is asked about the people he communicated with immediately after the shooting and the interviews he had with the FBI.
Officer Wilson explains why he thought Brown was a threat after the confrontation at his vehicle.