Darren Wilson, the police officer who killed Michael Brown, sat down with ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday, and admitted that his “conscience is clean” when he faces the realization that he took a life.
Wilson has always maintained his innocence regarding the shooting of the unarmed teenager in August. He explains that he simply relied on the instincts he acquired while training to be a cop. Even though he regrets being responsible for the death of an individual – he still wouldn’t change anything he did that fateful day.
He also goes on to dispute the notion that he was aiming at Brown’s back and insists that the teenager was barreling towards him in a threatening manner.
The interview will be showcased on Good Morning America this Wednesday.