The Brown’s family pathologist, Michael Baden, reveals that Brown is shot six times, including twice in the head. Six bullets entered Brown’s body and at least two bullets ricocheted and traveled back through his body. Brown may have survived all of the wounds except for the shot to the top of his head. A final autopsy report will need the study of Brown’s clothes to verify if they contained any gunshot residue, which will show if one shot was fired at close range.
Attorney Benjamin Crump:
It’s so hard for his mother and father to even deal with the notion that this is what happened. It’s obvious his hands were up at some point because you can tell how the bullet goes from in and out.