A Grand Jury deliberating in Clayton will release its decision that Ferguson Police Officer Wilson was justified when he fatally shot Michael Brown.
By H. Nelson Goodson
November 22, 2014
Clayton, Missouri - A Grand Jury deliberating in the Michael Brown, 18, death by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson is believed to have reached a decision that Wilson was justified in killing Brown in self-defense, according to sources circulating on social networks. Wilson's exoneration for Brown's fatal shooting is expected to be announced at any time.
A state of emergency has been declared by the Missouri governor in anticipation with the Grand Jury decision not to criminally charge Wilson with Brown's homicide.
The Brown family is seeking justice and has been waiting since last August for the Grand Jury's final decision whether to proceed with legal action against Wilson.