Ferguson residents concerned over looming Brown grand jury ruling

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FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – Monday night's Ferguson city council meeting ended after about two hours and the council chambers were packed. People of all ages and races showed up to speak out and they did.

Right now there are rumors swirling about when the grand jury decision will come down in the Michael Brown case. Schools and business owners are preparing for how they plan to handle the situation. While there have been peaceful protests some fear a decision to not indict Darren Wilson will spark violence. The meeting ended with the mayor telling residents they have moved forward with the new citizen review board and have already had their first meeting.

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