An independent autopsy, commissioned by Michael Brown's family, shows Brown was shot at least six times.
Brown's family held a news conference Monday morning to release the findings of the autopsy.
Dr. Michael Baden, a well-known forensic pathologist, said there was no evidence of a struggle. Baden said Brown was shot twice in the head, and said by the position of the wounds, it appears Brown's head was bent forward when he was hit.
"All of these gunshot wounds were survivable, except for the one to the top of the head, the one through the brain," said Baden.
Brown's death has led to days of protests in Ferguson, Missouri. The Governor has called in the National Guard to help restore order.