A day after he learned that he would not be indicted by a grand jury, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson granted his first interview since he killed teenager Michael Brown in August. Wilson told George Stephanopoulos that Brown’s hands weren’t raised when he was shot, as some eyewitness have said.
Wilson described an escalating confrontation in which he asked himself whether it would be legally justifiable to shoot Brown. Wilson said he concluded that he had to. More on the interview at ABC News.