Grand jury reaches decision in Michael Brown case


Exteriors of the Buzz Westfall Justice Centre in Clayton,Mo.This is where the Grand Jury looking into the police shooting of Michael Brown is taking place. The surrounding area is quiet,lots of media and rain. Saturday, Law Enforcement surrounded the building with orange barricades and yellow tape.

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Saint Louis County Prosecutor’s office has just announced the grand jury has reached a decision in the fatal Ferguson police shooting of Michael Brown. Prosecutor Bob McCulloch is expected to announce the outcome of their deliberations soon.

Governor Jay Nixon has just arrived in Ferguson.  He is in St. Louis to speak the news conference.

On August 9, 2014, Brown, an unarmed black 18-year old, was shot and killed by Wilson, who is white. The shooting led to demonstrations, confrontations with police, and some looting and violence.



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