The day after he was cleared of criminal wrongdoing in the death of Michael Brown, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson talked to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in an undisclosed location outside of St. Louis. Wilson said he was in fear for his life when he fired his gun at Brown in August. Wilson also said he was sorry for the loss of Brown’s life, but that he was only doing his job. Asked whether the situation would have ended differently if Brown had been white, Wilson said absolutely not.
More from the interview will air on ABC’s World News Tonight on Tuesday.