Michael Brown's mother wants to know what else police need "to arrest the killer of my child," family attorney Benjamin Crump told reporters on Monday. Speaking at a press conference, the forensic pathologists who conducted a private preliminary autopsy for the family said Brown had been shot six times, twice in the head. All but the last gunshot were survivable, Dr. Michael Baden said. He said he hoped to see x-rays taken from before the first autopsy was done on the unarmed teenager shot by police. Another expert, Shawn Parcells, said a wound on Brown's arm could have occurred several ways. There were no signs of a struggle on Michael Brown's body, Baden said, adding that it will also be important to see what happened to the officer.