George Stephanopoulos Previews His Interview With Officer Darren Wilson

The Ferguson, Mo., police officer talks exclusively to George Stephanopoulos after not being indicted.
2:01 | 11/25/14

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Transcript for George Stephanopoulos Previews His Interview With Officer Darren Wilson
This is an ABC news special report decision and Ferguson. Bell reporting George stuff and. Good afternoon we're coming on the air right now because I just spent over an hour at a secret location but officer Dan Wilson he of course. Is the officer who shot and killed Michael Brown on August 9 yesterday the grand jury decided not to bring charges against officer Wilson and today we went. Over every single question dealing with does fateful ninety seconds on August 9 when he encountered. Michael Brown. I asked him directly didn't shoot towards Michael Brown's back he said no he said Michael Brown. Reached and into his car grabbed for his gun and that's why he feared for his life. He also said that later when Michael Brown left the car he actually charged toward officer Wilson did not raise his hands in surrender and that's why officer wasn't said. He had to shoot Michael Brown. On that day. While he did say he was sorry. For the loss of life the loss of Michael Brown's life he said he would not do anything different that day they did what he was trained to do he was simply doing. His job. Andy EI else lesson direct their press and I said would this have gone down any differently. If Michael Brown were white. He said absolutely not he says he has a clean conscience over his actions that they even though he's sorry for the loss of life and understands the grief. Of Michael Brown's parents of course what we were speaking. These guys were holding a press conference outside Saint Louis today a lot of raw emotion there today as well still a lot of anger. Here in the streets of Ferguson in many other parts. Of the country but as I said officer Wilson said he does not think he could have done anything differently. That day he says he did what he was trained to do he has a clean conscience. Over his actions that day. We have much more ahead tonight on world news is dead in new York and Nightline and all of more tomorrow on Good Morning America as well I'm George Stephanopoulos in Missouri. His has been especially if he's he's.

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