Protesting has been going on for over 70 days now in Ferguson, Missouri. Protesters are waiting on an indictment of the officer involved the death of Michael Brown. If the grand jury does not indict Officer Wilson, officials fear the protests will get worse.
New details have been leaked by a federal source to The New York Times could be strategic, a former FBI official told CNN. "It could be really for, in part, a beneficial purpose, to start leading those community leaders and those leading the protests to believe that there won't be an indictment," said Ron Hosko, former assistant director of the FBI Criminal Division. "It may be over time, that will have a beneficial effect of no riots, no battles in the streets again."
The protesting in Ferguson, could be any city in the United States. The entire situation was handled poorly right from the beginning. The Grand Jury is dragging their feet on an indictment decision is the worst thing they could be possibly being doing right in the Brown case. The longer they drag their feet on an indictment, the more tension will build in Ferguson, Missouri increasing the possibility of protesting breaking out into total chaos.
As you listen to the video below, you can hear how the Ferguson Police Department has incorrectly handled the case right from the very beginning.