Outside the Ferguson police station Tuesday night, people put their hands up, as protests continued after the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
Transcripts released of testimony from at least 20 eyewitnesses give a murky picture of the critical seconds that grand jurors examined in deciding whether Officer Darren Wilson committed a crime in killing Michael Brown. Wilson said in a TV interview Tuesday he has a “clean conscience.”
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