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Michael Brown Family Lawyer: "The Process Is Broken"

An attorney for Michael Brown's family said the lack of indictment of the white police officer who fatally shot the teen in Ferguson, Missouri, is a sign that the legal proceedings were flawed, NBC News reported. “This process is broken. The process should be indicted," Benjamin Crump said at the Tuesday news conference. Meanwhile, Rev. Al Sharpton said of prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch: “I've never seen a prosecutor hold a press conference to discredit the victim." Michael Brown Sr. appeared at the news conference Tuesday wearing a T-shirt with the slogan, “No Justice No Peace,” but he did not speak. It was announced Monday night that Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted over the shooting of the unarmed teen on Aug. 9, sparking violent protests and acts of civil disobedience in several U.S. cities overnight. Read »
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Protests Erupt After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

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WATCH: Ferguson Mayor Holds Press Conference

Above, Ferguson mayor James Knowles will hold a news conference after a night of violent protests in the St. Louis suburb following the grand jury’s decision not to indict the police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown on Aug. 9. In wake of fiery riots and violent protests in Ferguson Monday night after the decision was announced not to officer Darren Wilson was not being indicted in the shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown, Missouri governor has ordered back up from the National Guard. On Tuesday, shopkeepers swept up broken glass, and 12 buildings were smoldered and police kept part of the city closed. The order for more National Guard troops is put in place to prepare for a possible second night of riots as people of the St. Louis suburb are bracing for more. Read »
Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014 at 7:42 AM

Darren Wilson's Grand Jury Records Released

Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014 at 8:59 AM

Police Fired No Shots During Unrest In Ferguson: Chief

No shots were fired by police during violent protests that erupted in Ferguson, Missouri, on Monday night, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said. The announcement that the grand jury in Missouri has declined to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown, sparked protests across the country. Police reported instances of looting, bottles thrown at officers, fires and gunshots in Ferguson, which was rocked by demonstrations following the Aug. 9 shooting. Belmar said 29 people have been arrested so far. Brown's family issued a statement saying they are "profoundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions." They were joined by President Barack Obama and state and local officials in asking that protests remain peaceful. “We are a nation built on the rule of law, so we have to accept this decision was the grand jury’s to make,” Obama said. Wilson thanked his supporters in a statement issued by his attorney, and said he followed his training and the law during the incident.Check back for updates on this breaking news story. Read »
Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014 at 8:22 AM

Ferguson Officer Could Still Face Legal Action

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Sunday, Nov 23, 2014 at 3:24 PM
 

We are here to tell America that we will not surrender, we will never give up our rights and we are against all sanctions  

— Hardline students in Iran, demanding on the streets of Teheran on Sunday their government not cave to Western pressures, as negotiators from Iran and the West tried to hammer out a nuclear deal on the eve of a self-imposed deadline.
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Five Children Presumed Dead in Texas Fire: Officials

Five children are presumed dead after a fire destroyed their family's mobile home in southeast Texas, officials told NBC News Tuesday. Two adults and one child, a two-year-old, escaped the blaze that consumed the mobile home in rural Edna, about 100 miles southeast of Houston. The children presumed dead were all 16 years old or younger, officials said. Read »
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