But on Monday night, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch
released the evidence given to the grand jury, including the
interview police did with Wilson in the immediate aftermath of the
shooting. And so we got to read, for the first time, Wilson’s
full, immediate account of his altercation with Brown.
And it is unbelievable.
I mean that in the literal sense of the term: “difficult or
impossible to believe.” But I want to be clear here. I’m not
saying Wilson is lying. I’m not saying his testimony is false. I
am saying that the events, as he describes them, are simply
bizarre. His story is difficult to believe.