In an interview with Al Jazeera America, Lesley McSpadden was read a portion of the New Yorker interview with Darren Wilson in which he was asked if he ever thought about her son, Micheal Brown.
Wilson was quoted as saying, "Do I think about who he was as a person? Not really. Because it doesn't matter at this point. Do I think he had the best upbringing? No, not at all."
"He's evil, his acts were devilish, and we definitely know he didn't have the best upbringing," McSpadden replied. "Those are words you just don't use, especially after you took someone's life and you know you had no reason to."
"He can't hurt me with his words," she added. "What he did last year hurt me really bad, so his words mean nothing to me."
Asked if she has forgiven Wilson, McSpadden quickly answered, "Never."
Watch the clip below.
Photo: Al Jazeera America