Breaking his silence for the first time since he tragically shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson is telling his side of the story.
He tells ABC News that the circumstances of that fateful day left him no choice.
Wilson, who will not be indicted by a Ferguson grand jury, said Brown was the instigator in the confrontation, charging at him and disregarding his instructions.
The August 9 shooting sparked massive protests, and riots began again this week in the St. Louis suburb after Wilson was legally cleared of wrongdoing.
How does he remember the day he will no doubt relive for the rest of his life?
Wilson tells ABC News he was driving to get lunch when he saw Brown and a friend walking in the middle of the street, “single-file on the double-yellow line.”