Parents of US teenager Michael Brown reject police apology

The parents of the unarmed black teenager gunned down by police in Ferguson in the US have rejected an apology by the city's top cop.

Michael Brown's mother, Lesley McSpadden, said Darren Wilson, the white officer who fired the gun, should instead be arrested.

The 18-year-old's death sparked days of widespread rioting.

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'No evidence of struggle' in slain teen shooting

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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