Witness who testified before Michael Brown grand jury can’t believe Wilson wasn’t indicted

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CLAYTON, MO (KTVI) – One of the people who testified to the grand jury in the Michael Brown shooting says she can’t understand why Officer Darren Wilson wasn’t indicted, in part because she says Brown’s hands were in the air — showing he was unarmed — and was not moving toward Wilson when he was fatally shot.

Piaget Crenshaw, who says she witnessed the August 9 shooting, told CNN’s Chris Cuomo in an exclusive interview Tuesday that she saw Brown’s hands go up. She acknowledged other witnesses say different things about the position of the hands, but she said that’s irrelevant. “His hands were still visible in a manner (in which you could) tell he was unarmed. So at that point, (wherever) his hands were at, he was unarmed and should not have been shot.”

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