August 26th, 2014
11:01 PM ET

Could a newly released audio recording be a key clue in the Michael Brown shooting?

A man who lives near the spot where Michael Brown lost his life has come forward with what he says is an audio recording of Officer Wilson firing his gun. CNN cannot independently confirm that this is an actual recording of the shooting, but if it is authentic it could be a key piece of evidence. Ted Rowlands has what can be heard on this recording.

What could the recording mean for prosecutors, if Officer Wilson is charged in the shooting of Michael Brown? Anderson discussed it with CNN legal analysts Jeffrey Toobin and Sunny Hostin, along with audio forensic expert Frank Piazza.

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Filed under: Ferguson • Michael Brown • Ted Rowlands
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  1. tbroach

    Anderson: don't you think the Salt Lake shooting of 20 year old Hispanic gentleman, Taylor, by an officer who happens to be African American, is media worthy just as Michael's horrific case? I don't understand why the media has shut out the Salt Lake story...it runs incredibly parallel to Ferguson. Did the Whitehouse send representatives to Salt Lake? Where's Sharpton and Jackson?

    August 27, 2014 at 9:38 pm |
  2. snooki81

    This is bs if there was a pause then the officer could have paused because of many reasons not just because " the gentle giant" perp was surrendering. Really AC360 ???

    August 27, 2014 at 6:07 am |

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