The official autopsy of Mike Brown shows that most likely the unarmed teen attacked Officer Darren Wilson during the scuffle the two had before his death.
According to the newly disclosed documents, he was shot in the hand at close range while the accompanying toxicology report shows he had been using marijuana.
The new report tells a different story from the one we've heard so far from multiple sources. According to the analysis of the findings by two experts who are not involved directly in the case, Brown was walking down the street with a friend when Darren Wilson told him to to get out of the street. Following Brown's refusal, the police officer stepped out of his car and Brown pushed the police door. When both engaged in a scuffle in in the police car, Wilson's gun, un-holstered went off.
The unarmed teen than took off as Wilson started to chase him. Instead of evading the officer, Brown reportedly turned around and then got shot. Reports so far claimed that he was running away from the officer with his hands up yet now the official version is Mike was facing the Wilson when the bullets struck him.
He then took a shot to the forehead, two shots to the chest and a shot to the upper right arm. The wound to the top of Brown’s head proves he was falling forward or in a lunging position toward the shooter. This shot was instantly fatal. A sixth shot that hit the forearm traveled from the back of the arm to the inner arm, which means Brown’s palms could not have been facing Wilson, as some witnesses claim.
A third autopsy was ordered by federal officials for another investigation on the teen's death.