Michael Brown: Officer won't be charged for 2014 killing of teenager


A re investigation of the Michael Brown case has not lead to charges against the former police officer who fatally shot him in Ferguson, Missouri. The deadly shooting of Michael Brown in August 2014 led two months of unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. A grand jury declined to indict White police officer Darren Wilson for killing the black 18 year old. Almost six years later, ST Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell announced to reopen the case. But after a five month long investigation, he said Wilson will not be charged The question of whether we can prove a case at trial. Is different than clearing him of any and all wrongdoing. Bell met with Brown's parents before making the announcement. Wendy Gillette CBS

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