There is "no evidence of a struggle" between slain Missouri teen Michael Brown and the officer who shot him, according to a medical examiner who conducted a private autopsy on behalf of the family.
Dr. Michael M. Baden said: "There are abrasions around the right side of Mr Brown's face, rubbing against the ground, which happened as far as we can tell when he fell down unprotected."
He added: "Otherwise there is no evidence of a struggle."
He is called for police to release a report about the officer's injuries so that they could gain a clearer picture of what happened on the night the teen was shot.
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