In the video below, Darren Wilson, the police officer that shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, talks with George Stephanopoulos in an ABC News exclusive interview, held at a “secret” location, where Wilson explains what occurred on the night Brown was shot, the circumstances leading up to it, the fact that he was sorry for Brown’s death but would not have done anything differently.

“He does not think he could have done anything differently,” Stephanopoulos said. “He says he did what he was trained to do. He has a clean conscience over his actions that day.”

Listen as Wilson speaks out for the first time in the video interview clip below.