Michael Brown’s stepfather possibly facing charges for ‘inciting a riot’
Ferguson police are considering charging Michael Brown’s stepfather for his actions after the announcement from the grand jury on not indicting Darren Wilson. Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson told CNN, early Tuesday. On November 24, Louis Head screamed, “Burn this — down” to a crowd after St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the decision by the grand jury. No charges have been formally filed but authorities have interviewed people who were with Head on that day. Protesters in the crowd were heard saying “F—the police”.
Ferguson exploded even more when they heard the grand jury’s decision. Police have not spoken to Head about his actions, but they intend to do so, Jackson said, adding that multiple law enforcement agencies were involved in the investigation. Brown family attorney called Head’s remarks inappropriate and reminded the public that Brown’s parents continue to ask protesters to remain peaceful. Lt. Governor Peter Kinder has called for the arrest of Head. Read More at Examiner.com
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