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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - FOX 2 News talked to the mother of Michael Brown about her feelings as she awaits the grand jury's decision in the case. We caught up with Leslie McSpadden as she arrived back at Lambert from a trip to Geneva where she spoke to the United Nations committee against torture.

"I hate this happened to my son but it must stop with my son. We know it won't. Lets make something happen as a whole." said Leslie McSpadden.

"You've got an entire community obviously waiting for the Grand Jury to report. What message would you send out to people in St Louis?" said FOX 2 reporter Elliott Davis.

"keep the faith, keep the faith."said Leslie McSpadden.

"As we wait, everybody is anxious. They want to see what the grand jury is going to decide. In the meantime, we've made it crystal clear from the beginning, that this family wants everyone to remain peaceful; remain calm and dignified as we await this decision!" said Family's Attorney Anthony Gray.