More Brown grand jury evidence released

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(KPLR) - More grand jury evidence from the Michael Brown case was been released Monday night.

St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCullouch says the documents contain eight interviews with federal investigators, police dispatch audio that has already been heard by the public and the federal autopsy report.

In a review of the documents by News112 and reports from the Associated Press, the interviews released tonight are material that was duplicated in the grand jury document release on November 24th.

Those interviews were either read by the grand jury or were read to them verbatim and were included in the grand jury transcripts.

Those interviews varied in their accounts with some indicating Michael Brown had his hands up when he was shot. Another with his arms clutched around his stomach and yet another saying he charged at Officer Darren Wilson with his fists clenched.

The federal autopsy revealed nothing new and matched what was already made public.

The audio released tonight include recordings of police radio transmissions, some of which had already been released and an audio recording made by a man during a social media exchange that inadvertently captured the gunshots.

That audio has already received significant media attention when the man's attorney released it.

What still appears to be missing from the grand jury documents are police interviews with witness Dorian Johnson.