Protester: 'There's A Lot Of Chaos Going On' After Grand Jury Decision Announced
In a special, live evening edition of "St. Louis on the Air," we discussed the grand jury's decision regarding the August shooting death of Michael Brown by police Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson.
- William "Bill" Freivogel (@bfreivogel), professor at Southern Illinois University–Carbondale's Paul Simon Public Policy Institute. We talked to Freivogel at noon Monday as part of our legal roundtable.
- David Klinger, criminal justice professor at the University of Missouri–St. Louis and a former Los Angeles police officer.
- The Rev. Willis Johnson (@FWillisJohnson), pastor of Wellspring Church in Ferguson.
- Mike Wolff (@MikeWolffSLU), dean of the Saint Louis University law school and a former Missouri Supreme Court judge.
- Larry Fellows III (@geeknstereo), a Ferguson protester.
- St. Louis Public Radio reporters Willis Ryder Arnold (@WillisRArnold) on-the-scene in Ferguson and Emanuele Berry (@Emanuelewithane) in St. Louis' Shaw neighborhood.
A few highlights from Monday night's conversations:
"It seems to me there was something in the gap of the narrative. But that's second-guessing" the grand jury, @MikeWolffSLU says.— St. Louis on the Air (@STLonAir) November 25, 2014
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