#WTLCIndyNews: The Brown/Wilson Aftermath and How The Grand Jury Decided–Read The Documents
Residents in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri are waking up on Tuesday morning to a city still smoldering after protests turned violent in the wake of an emotion-inducing Grand Jury decision. The St. Louis county prosecutor released more than a thousand pages of evidence Monday night used by that St. Louis-area Grand Jury to arrive at their decision to not indict a Ferguson police officer with a crime in the shooting death of an unarmed teen. Prosecutor Robert McCulloch said the grand jury has seen all the evidence in the incident in which Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown. He added that several eyewitness accounts were discredited by the evidence. No charges filed against Wilson, sparked a night of violence in Ferguson and peaceful protests elsewhere around the country. Residents in Indianapolis remained calm after the decision.
To read the evidence used, click HERE.