Photos released to the media reveal why the grand jury in Missouri did not indict police officer Darren Wilson.
“No probable cause exists to file any charges against Darren Wilson,” St. Louis County prosecutor Robert P. McCulloch said during a news conference.
“The duty of the grand jury is to separate fact and fiction. No probable cause exists to file any charges against Darren Wilson.”
From The New York Times:
The most credible eyewitnesses to the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., said he had charged toward Police Officer Darren Wilson just before the final, fatal shots, the St. Louis County prosecutor said Monday night as he sought to explain why a grand jury had not found probable cause to indict the officer.
From The Washington Post:
Things then happened very quickly. Wilson said Brown was at his car window, enraged. Wilson said Brown hit him in the face, grabbing for his gun. Two shots fired. Brown bolted down the street. Wilson pursued. As Wilson told it, Brown charged the officer, reaching into his pants. Wilson raised his .40-caliber Sig Sauer and aimed for a lethal shot.
And from the Smoking Gun:
During his September 16 grand jury testimony, Wilson, 28, recounted how he tussled with Brown when the teenager grabbed for his gun while lunging into the squad car. As they fought over the weapon, Wilson testified, the teenager taunted him, yelling, “You’re too much of a pussy to shoot me.”
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