On Wednesday, the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer read from the grand jury testimony of Officer Darren Wilson of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department and concluded that "chances are very good" that the unarmed teenager was possessed by a "homicidal demon."
Right Wing Watch reported that Fischer made the remarks during his daily radio broadcast.
Fischer -- whose organization has been deemed a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center -- quoted Wilson's testimony, "The only way I can describe it, it looks like a demon, that’s how angry he looked.”
"I think the chances are very good," Fischer said, that Wilson actually was looking into the eyes of a demon.
"I think at this point that there was a demonic presence that was operating inside Michael Brown's body," the pastor continued, "activating him, energizing him, driving him forward in this homicidal rage. So when he says he looked like a demon, I think that's because he was looking into the eyes of a demon that was driving Michael Brown to do what he did."
Watch video of Fischer's statements, embedded below via Right Wing Watch: