The grand jury decision not to indict a white policeman for the killing of a black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., prompted several protests in the Triangle on Tuesday, as well as calls for changes that might prevent such fatal encounters in the future.
Officer Darren Wilson's testimony, along with thousands of pages of grand jury documents, including contradictory witness accounts, appeared to have helped convince some of the jurors that the Ferguson, MO, police officer had committed no crime in...
His grand jury testimony provides a detailed account of the Ferguson shooting. It varies from many previously published stories – and accusations – about a cop who brazenly shot a youth trying to surrender, some said, with his hands up.
Officers have ordered protesters off Ferguson streets after what had been several hours of largely peaceful demonstrations.