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The Grand Jury decided not to indict officer Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown. Three autopsies were conducted, one by a private pathologist. All concluded reasonably the same outcome. Records indicate that Michael Brown was not shot in the back. Eyewitness testimony in some cases did not match the physical evidence. As a result, witnesses changed their testimony. Forensic evidence also place Brown's DNA inside officer Wilson's vehicle.