Definitely take the time to read "The Cop," Jake Halpern's profile of Darren Wilson in the New Yorker. Halpern does a fine job of walking the tightrope between objectivity and wanting to tell a story. There's a braid of stories here, really: Wilson's, Michael Brown's, Ferguson's. In the piece, Wilson doesn't come across the most introspective guy or as the sharpest tool in the shed. Clearly, TV is his medium. In the end, one is left with no greater clarity about what happened other than two large men met and something disastrous ensued.