Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson was found not guilty in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Last night, Wilson gave his first interview since the shocking verdict, which left the state of Pennsylvania, along with the entire country, in protest.
In a sit down interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Wilson opened up about his side of the story from that fateful night in August. The officer explained that Michael started the confrontation by trapping Wilson inside of his police vehicle. Wilson even described Brown’s strength to wrestler Hulk Hogan.
He claimed that Brown started the physical altercation by taking the first swing. Wilson also alleged that Brown charged him while his hand was concealed in his pocket, causing Wilson to take fire.
When Stephanopoulos asked Wilson if there was anything he could have done differently to prevent the killing from taking place, Wilson simply answered, “No.”