Grand jury hands down decision in Ferguson

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FERGUSON, Missouri — A decision on charges over the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson has been handed down. Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown on August 9.

Prosecutor Robert McCulloch read the decision around 8:15 CST. McCulloch says the jury met on 25 separate days over the past 3 months.After all the facts were gathered since August 20, the grand jury made up of 12 people decided to hand down no indictments for the shooting involving Officer Darren Wilson.

They stated that no probable cause existed to indict Officer Wilson.

The father of Michael Brown is “devastated” that Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson will not face charges in Michael’s death, a spokeswoman for Michael Brown Sr. tells CNN’s Evan Perez.

 

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