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According to audio released Monday night by CNN, a Ferguson resident is allegedly in possession of audio of the moment that Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown.

The results of a preliminary autopsy showed that Brown was shot at least 6 times, including twice in the head.

The Ferguson resident and his attorney, who have both been interviewed by the FBI, claims that he was on a video chat with a friend when the barrage of gunfire erupted outside.

During the 12 second video, there is a succession of 6 shots, a pause, then approximately 5 more shots.

According to eyewitnesses to Brown’s murder, after Wilson repeatedly shot at him while he was running, the unarmed teen turned around, put his hands up in surrender and said, “Stop shooting! I don’t have a gun.”

At that point, Wilson allegedly continued to progress and shot Brown until he collapsed on the concrete. His lifeless body was left on the ground for 4 hours.

Brown, who was supposed to begin college on August 11, was buried today in a spirit-filled homegoing celebration. Rev. Al Sharpton delivered the eulogy.

 

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