Evidence Photos Show Officer Darren Wilson Following Fatal Michael Brown Shooting
A bruise can be seen on officer's cheek following deadly confrontation.
— -- Evidence photos released by the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office on Monday show Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson in the days after the fatal August altercation with unarmed black teen Michael Brown.
In one set of images, Wilson sits inside a doctor’s office, staring ahead.
A bruise can be seen on his right cheek -- about two inches long, his check shaded red -- but with no major injuries visible.
The corner of his lip is slightly swelled, according to the photos.
A second set of images -- seemingly taken days later -- show Wilson wearing a St. Louis Blues hockey T-shirt, his cheek and lip clear of any bruising.
The photos were filed as evidence on Aug. 21 -- 12 days after the shooting, but it’s not specifically clear when the photographs were taken.
The gun used in the fatal shooting was also featured in the set of photographs released Monday, just hours after a grand jury decided not to indict Wilson.
The deadly confrontation sparked riots and national attention. The images were released with other evidence stemming from the shooting.
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