A day after a grand jury voted not to indict him in the death of Michael Brown, Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson says he would not have done anything differently, ABC News reported. The network has not released any excerpts from its sitdown with the cop, but anchor George Stephanopolous characterized some of the interview, revealing that Wilson says he has a “clear conscience.”
Echoing his testimony before the grand jury, Wilson, 28, said that Brown reached into his car and tried to grab his gun and then charged him, giving him no choice but to shoot, Stephanopolous reported.
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