The Grand Jury in Ferguson have decided policeman Darren Wilson will FACE NO CHARGES for the Murder of Michael Brown, McCulloch says several alleged witnesses later admitted they did not witness the shooting, also saying they changed stories. PA Bob McCulloch: Grand Jury has determined that no probable cause exist to charge officer Darren Wilson. As Bob McCulloch was speaking anger was starting outside. The link for Ferguson live is below, I feel sorry for the kids family, this for me, seemed to be murder of an unarmed kid but, Grand Jury Decision: NO probable cause for indictment. It will be a LONG night in Ferguson and in the days to come it will get worse.
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An hour before the news came out, St. Louis County Chief of Police Jon Belmar asked for calm
St. Louis County Chief of Police Jon Belmar wants the entire St. Louis community to know that the safety of our citizens is the primary concern for the St. Louis County Police Department. “As a police department, our primary responsibility is to protect both life and property for our citizens, and we are committed to doing just that. St. Louis Metropolitan Chief of Police Sam Dotson, Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson, and I, have prepared extensively as a Unified Command, for the release of the grand jury decision. Our commanders have been meeting with local community officials and protest leaders to help ensure preservation of life, property, and that all citizens’ enjoy the freedom to express their constitutional rights.”
The shooting of Michael Brown occurred on August 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Brown, an 18-year-old black man, was fatally shot by Darren Wilson, 28, a white police officer. The disputed circumstances of the shooting and the resultant protests and civil unrest received considerable attention in the United States and abroad.
Brown and his friend Dorian Johnson were walking down the middle of the street when Wilson drove up and ordered them to move to the sidewalk. Brown and Wilson struggled through the window of the police vehicle until Wilson’s gun was fired, either intentionally or as a result of the struggle. Brown and Johnson then fled in different directions, with Wilson in pursuit of Brown. Wilson shot Brown six times, killing him. Witness reports differ as to whether and when Brown had his hands raised, and whether he was moving toward Wilson, when the final shots were fired.
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