Officer Wilson’s medical records released

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The grand jury investigating the fatal shooting of Michael Brown chose not to indict Officer Darren Wilson. The grand jury decided that no probable cause existed to charge Officer Wilson. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch has released the evidence the grand jury has reviewed.

Officer Darren Wilson was diagnosed with a bruised face after his confrontation with Michael Brown, according to a medical report dated the day of the killing, August 9, 2014. No other injuries were mentioned in the report, released with other grand jury documents on Monday night. He was prescribed Naprosyn, an anti-inflammatory medicine commonly used to treat pain.  It is sold over the counter as Aleve.

See the full medical report here.

Related: Prosecutor Robert McCulloch releases grand jury evidence in Michael Brown case


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