A lawyer representing the family of an unarmed teenager shot dead by police in Ferguson Missouri has accused the police of shooting him in the back of the head.
At a news conference, lawyer Daryl Parks said: "They show that the direction of the bullet was in a back to front direction."
He added that the first shot which he was calling "the kill shot" was at the apex of 18-year-old Michael Brown's head and had caused severe damage.
He said a second shot had entered through the top of his head and come out of the eye area.
"That's very important," he said. "Because it shows a back to front for both of them and it supports what the witnesses said about him trying to surrender."
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