After another night of violence in Ferguson, the Missouri National Guard is now on the ground as residents gather to protest the death of Michael Brown.
Earlier Monday, a forensic pathologist hired by the Brown family revealed that the unarmed teen was hit by six bullets. According to the private autopsy, no evidence was found that he struggled with Wilson before his death.
That analysis may contradict the version of events recounted by woman who says she is friends with Darren Wilson, the officer who shot Brown. According to the account on St. Louis radio station KFTK, phoned in by the woman who identified herself as "Josie," the altercation began after Officer Wilson rolled down his window to tell Brown and a friend to stop walking in the street.
Wilson pursued Brown and his friend, she says, and ordered them to freeze. When they turned around, Brown began taunting Wilson, saying he would not arrest them. The caller says Brown then ran at the officer at full speed.
"All of a sudden he just started to bum-rush him," she says of Brown. "He just started coming at [Darren] full speed and so he just started shooting and he just kept coming."
CNN's David Mattingly is in Ferguson with the latest.