The Ferguson, Mo., grand jury considering the indictment of Officer Darren Wilson, who killed teenager Michael Brown during an altercation in August, left the justice center in St. Louis on Friday without reaching a decision.
Sources told CNN on Saturday that it was unclear when the jury would reconvene.
Natalie DuBose, owner of Natalie Cakes and More in Ferguson told CNN she has had fewer customers in anticipation of the jury’s decision.
“If I can’t open my doors every morning, I can’t feed my kids in the evening,” said Ms. DuBose, a mother of two said, and asked protesters to spare her shop, the network reported.
“Just don’t burn my shop down. Don’t destroy it,” she pleaded.
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It's more likely they were afraid that no matter what their decision they'd be eviscerated.
Militant Protestors = 1 Civil Rights = 0
As a Missouri resident and living a LONG ways from Ferguson, MO, thank God....I think we should just shoot another thug (you pick the color of the thug) to divert these crazed individuals attention from what happened. What bothers me is why all this uproar on one single deserving to be dead person? Who is behind stirring this cauldron up???? We need to look into that very closely. Claire McCaskill comes to mind........rather quickly.
So, a no decision means "No Charge"? That is likely the reasonable outcome.
Is there any integrity, honesty, belief in law and order in Ferguson, in St. Louis, in Missouri? Doesn't look like it!
Sooo, if he's found innocent there is no law and order, honesty, or belief in the law? So he HAS to be found guilty OR ELSE? Mob Rule
Intimidation and threats have worked very well for the Muslims. Monkey see, monkey do!
So when anyone, without common sense, who don't get their way, they just stomp their feet, destroy other peoples property. No! They should all be fined, put in jail for six months. I don't want our nation to become an uncivilized nation, ruled by thugs. It WILL STOP!!!!
I agree with you Charles. It is somewhat unique, but it makes sense.
I don't think it necesarily means, " . . . if they have not seen evidence of wrongdoing, and have no reason to indict."
I suspect it is more of a case of 'some do, some don't', with no likelihood of one side, or the other, changing their mind.
I am glad I don't live there. This "no-decision" could be the best way to handle it. I think this was mostly a "race-baiter" driven trial anyway when rats like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Eric Holder and Obama get involved.
From another TP newsstory: