Attorney Benjamin Crump, who is representing the family of the late Michael Brown, said Tuesday that he believes documents from grand jury testimony show that Officer Darren Wilson who admits shooting the teen "indicted himself."
Several groups in Baltimore are preparing to protest the Ferguson grand jury's decision on Officer Darren Wilson. Kai Reed has more on concerns about the decision from protesters and how city police and leaders say they're prepared.
NAACP President on Grand Jury Decision: 'Salt in the Wound of a Brutal Injustice'
Violent reactions in Ferguson is a blow for organizations that called for peaceful protests. Cornell William Brooks, NAACP President and CEO, joins "CBS This Morning" from Ferguson to discuss the grand jury decision in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
CNN's Van Jones, Don Lemon Rip into Each Other Over Ferguson Protests
Don Lemon and Van Jones sharply disagreed over the nature of Monday night's Ferguson protests, with Jones accusing Lemon of "insulting" the people of Ferguson by painting the demonstrations as predominantly violent. "In my estimation there's been too much political correctness, trying to appease protesters," Lemon began.
Darren Wilson Still Under Civil Rights Investigation
Even though Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson was not indicted by a grand jury, he is still the subject of a Department of Justice civil rights investigation. Mike Brown's family could also file a civil suit against him.
Grand Jury Decision Sparks Violence & Looting in Ferguson
Michelle Miller saw much of the violence unfold in Ferguson overnight after the grand jury announcement. Miller, who also witnessed the Los Angeles riots, recounts the destruction and chaos, but also finds a silver lining, giving credit to those who were trying to de-escalate the violence.