Monday, November 24, 2014

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE



 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
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Grand Jury has reached a decision to not indict in the Ferguson shooting incident. Rioting has broken out in Ferguson.   

Grand Jury reaches decision on Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson ~ link

Wilson has reportedly told investigators that he feared for his life and felt justified in fatally shooting the 18-year-old. He said Brown assaulted him inside his patrol SUV and tried to take his gun. The teen’s family and some witnesses say that Wilson was the aggressor and ultimately killed Brown as he raised his hands in surrender.

Activists responded to decision announcement by reminding their followers that marches will be  held in Ferguson, Clayton and St. Louis' historic Shaw neighborhood.

Michael Brown shooting, Ferguson fallout: A Timeline ~ link

A St. Louis County grand jury has reached a decision in the investigation into the shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by white Ferguson, Missouri, policeman Darren Wilson in August, the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office said on Monday. The decision will be disclosed later on Monday.

A timeline on the shooting and investigation follows.

Grand Jury reaches decision on Officer Darren Wilson indictment ~ link

A grand jury in Missouri has reached a decision on whether to bring charges against Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot dead unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, a St Louis suburb, in August. St Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch is expected to announce the grand jury’s verdict at a press conference on Monday evening. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was also thought to be flying to the city on Monday to make a public appearance.

The grand jury, which has been meeting weekly for three months behind closed doors, reconvened on Monday. The panel of six white men, three white women, two black women and one black man may choose to indict Officer Wilson on charges ranging from second-degree involuntary manslaughter to murder, yet most protesters fear he will not be charged at all in Mr Brown’s death.

Grand Jury reaches decision in case of Ferguson police officer ~ link ~  

The grand jury’s decision is the latest turn in a case marked in the national consciousness by the stunning images of clashes between protesters and police wearing riot gear and deploying tear gas in the days after Brown’s death. Details of the grand jury’s deliberations have leaked out in recent weeks, angering the Brown family and protesters who saw it as a signal that no charges would be filed. 

Although a parallel federal civil rights investigation of the shooting is continuing, federal investigators have all but concluded that they do not have a case against Wilson, law enforcement officials have said. Federal investigators are also conducting a broader probe of the Ferguson Police Department.

Grand Jury decision in Ferguson shooting will be announced tonight ~ link

Lawyers for Brown's family say the teen was trying to surrender when he was shot, while Wilson's supporters say he feared for his life and opened fire in self-defense.

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency in anticipation of the ruling and called in the National Guard, a move that some activists called unnecessarily heavy-handed.

Ferguson Grand Jury makes decision - Governor urges calm ~ link ~  

A St. Louis County grand jury reached a decision Monday on whether to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson, whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen in August touched off weeks of sometimes violent protests.

Plans were in place for an evening announcement of the long-awaited decision on whether Wilson will face charges in the death of teenager Michael Brown. Officials said the decision would be announced at 8 p.m. CT at the courthouse in the St. Louis County seat of Clayton, Mo.

US police officer who shot Brown to learn if he will face charges ~ link

The 18-year-old was killed by Darren Wilson on August 9 in Ferguson, Missouri which sparked several weeks of protests.

Missouri Grand Jury has reached a decision ~ link

A grand jury in Missouri reached a decision Monday on whether to indict Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson in August. A prosecutor planned to reveal it at 9 p.m. ET

Ferguson Grand Jury reaches verdict ~ link

A grand jury has made a decision on whether to charge a Missouri police officer over the death of an unarmed black teenager.

His family confirmed that the jury's decision is expected to be announced later on Monday.

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