In ABC Interview Officer Darren Wilson Says He 'Would Not Do Anything Differently' in Mike Brown's Killing
Less than 24 hours after it was announced that the grand jury would not indict Mike Brown's killer, officer Darren Wilson gives his first interview. After holding auditions with news anchors, Wilson chose to sit down with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. In a snippet of their sit-down the ABC host says the officer is sticking to his story that he didn't shoot to Brown's back. Wilson claims "Michael Brown reached into his car and grabbed for his gun, that's why he was fearful of his life."
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While sorry that Brown is dead, Darren has no remorse for his actions claiming "he would not do anything differently that day—he did what he was trained to do, he has a clean conscience,” as reported by Stephanopoulous
The interview is expected to air during World News Tonight at 6:30 p.m. ET. Press play to watch the preview clip.