Saturday, November 8, 2014

Ferguson Activists wait on edge as announcement of Indictment draws near

Ferguson community sits on a powder keg caused specifically by those officials who have continued non communication in secrecy about the Darren Wilson murder case of Michael Brown. Recently, we shared a story about the Hacktivist group Anonymous whom revealed a trusted source shared with them that there will not be an indictment of Darren Wilson and the public could receive an announcement in less than two weeks, we're hearing as early as Monday, conveniently at the top of a news week.

reports: USAToday
reporter: Yamiche Alcindor

No matter what a grand jury decides in the case of a white Ferguson police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, people will take to the streets, whether in anger or celebration.
While the St. Louis suburb holds its breath waiting to learn whether a grand jury will indict officer Darren Wilson, 28, in the shooting death of Michael Brown, 18, people from every facet of life are preparing for a population to convulse. Police, city officials, schools, businesses and protesters meet daily in an effort to avert a return to the chaos that immediately followed the Aug. 9 shooting when protesters clashed, sometimes violently, with police.

"It's a high-stress, low-trust environment," said Johnetta Elzie, 25, a protester who has demanded Wilson's arrest. "We are living day to day waiting on this announcement." READ IN FULL AT USATODAY

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