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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson reportedly testified before the Grand Jury Tuesday.  It would be the fourth time Wilson has given his account of the shooting of an unarmed Michael Brown.  None of those accounts are yet public.  Wilson has given several interviews with police and now yesterday’s reported testimony before the Grand Jury.  The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported that officer Wilson talked to grand jurors for four hours.

He did that without an attorney, as is required under the grand jury rules.  StLToday reporter Robert Patrick learned of Wilson`s Court testimony Tuesday.  He said, ‘Other than that we know he`s talked to St. Louis County Police investigators twice, Federal investigators once and the person who told us about this told us that he has been `cooperative.`’

We don’t yet know what Wilson said.  St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch said he will ask a Judge to release all of the grand jury evidence, which would include Officer Wilson’s testimony, if there is no indictment.

Also, the Grand Jury is reportedly picking up the pace since its term ended last week.  The 12 members gave the Court their schedules regarding when they can meet to review the Ferguson shooting case.  They will now be meeting more frequently than the once a week schedule they maintained in the beginning.

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