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Michael Brown case: New evidence provides more on timeline of events




The casket of Michael Brown sits inside Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church awaiting the start of his funeral on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014. Brown, who is black, was unarmed when he was shot Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Mo., by Officer Darren Wilson, who is white.  Protesters took to the streets of  the St. Louis suburb night after night, calling for change and drawing national attention to issues surrounding race and policing. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post Dispatch, Robert Cohen, Pool)
The casket of Michael Brown sits inside Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church awaiting the start of his funeral on Monday, Aug. 25, 2014. Brown, who is black, was unarmed when he was shot Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Mo., by Officer Darren Wilson, who is white. Protesters took to the streets of the St. Louis suburb night after night, calling for change and drawing national attention to issues surrounding race and policing. (AP Photo/St. Louis Post Dispatch, Robert Cohen, Pool)
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People across the country are awaiting the decision of a grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri.

The small St. Louis suburb has been the focus of national attention since August. That's when 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer, Darren Wilson.

There have been wildly different accounts of what happened that day.

Now new evidence - police radio calls and video - provide more information on the timeline of the events.

Robert Patrick joins Take Two for more. He's a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.