The officer who shot Missouri teen Michael Brown should be arrested, according to a lawyer representing his family.
Daryl Parks said an autopsy had shown that the teen was shot twice in the very top of his head.
He added: "It makes no sense. That's what we have and those two things alone are ample evidence for this officer to be arrested."
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