Darren Wilson Tells ABC News ‘I Did My Job Right’

Police Officer Darren Wilson—who was recently cleared by a grand jury in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown—recently sat down with ABC News, telling George Stephanopoulos, “The reason I have a clean conscience is that I know I did my job right.” Though he did say that he was sorry for the loss of life, Wilson said that he doesn’t “think it’s haunting” because he felt he made the right decisions in the moment. Wilson maintained that he was attacked by Brown, and that Brown never raised his hands to surrender. When asked why he chased Brown after his initial shots were fired, he replied, “My job isn’t just to sit and wait. I have to see where this guy goes.” Michael Brown’s parents told The Today Show that his statements were “disrespectful” and that they added “insult after injury” …

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