Autopsy results on Michael Brown reportedly show that he was shot in the hand at close range.

Dr. Michael Baden performed a second autopsy in August, and he went “On The Record” to weigh in tonight.


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He said he agrees with much of the report from the first autopsy, and said there is evidence of a wound being inflicted while in the car. He noted that Brown's blood was also found in the car by the FBI.

Both autopsies agree that at least six bullets struck Brown, and there were two perforations of re-entry.


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Watch Baden’s interview above for more.