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no probable cause exist to file any charge of officer wilson. >> angry that the ferguson police officer that shot and killed michael brown this past august will not be tried for that killing. and as you can imagine, emotions are running high, tonight, and this is a live picture of the crowd outside of the ferguson police station, and they listened as st. louis county prosecuting attorney bob mccollough announced the decision then an hour ago. disappointment and anger are
full display there tonight. that is our breaking news, word that officer darren will on will not be indicted for killing michael brown, an unarmed 18 year-old teenager whose death touched off protest around the country. >> including right here in philadelphia. philadelphia had been watching very closely tonight, chopper 6hd is live over the group of protesters, making their way, up market street, in philadelphia, right now between ninth and tenth. they began at city hall. it is thought but not confirmed that they may be making their way toward the police administration building. we are watching this group, closely tonight, protest has remained peaceful, at this point, but, of course, we will continue to watch this and other protest taking place across the region this evening. "action news" reporter kenneth moton is live at philadelphia it is i hall where local protesters gathered tonight. >> but first, sharrie williams live at the big board with tonight's breaking details. sharrie williams there with the events that led up to tonight's decision, sharrie. >> reporter: brian and
shirleen, the nation has been on edge waiting for this decision but it came down to a grand jury, 12 jurors. nine white, three black. they had five different possible charge toes consider including murder. they had been investigating this for three months they met in 25 different sessions and heard from more than 60 witnesses. the grand jury is separate fact from fiction and tonight, we know that they did not see enough evidence to indict officer darren wilson. here is more from the st. louis d.a. robert mcdull a. >> they determined that in probable cause exists to file any charge against officer wilson, and returned a no true bill on each of the five indictments. physical evidence has not changed because the public pressure or personal agenda. physical evidence does not look away as events unfold. nor does it blackout or add to memory, physical evidence remains constant, and as such is a solid foundation upon which the cases are built.
>> reporter: d.a.'s play is that these jurors used the evidence to come to their conclusion. we are getting a statement tonight from the brown family. it reads in part we are pro foundly disappointed that the killer of our child will not face consequence of his actions. we will respectfully ask that you please keep your protests peaceful, and answering violence with violence is not the a appropriate reaction in this case. they also said that they would be pushing to urge more department to use body cameras. how did we get here. it unfolded on august 9th, michael brown, the 18 year-old and his friend were walking down street heading back to his home from a convenient store. brown, and officer darren wilson were involved in a scuffle, and followed by gunshots. brown, he died there at the scene. his body remained in the street for four hours, in the summer heat. neighbors later lashed out at authorities, saying that his body was mistreated. the days that followed is where we saw more protest. there was a vigil the very
next day. brown's death after this happening, and during those protests we saw property being damaged, car windows being smashed, even some looting happening at the time. the in the first of several nights of violence looters are seen taking off with food and toilet paper. some protesters stood on up to of police cars and contacted the officer. we are taking a look back in ferguson a and is what happening in missouri. we have been hearing all day from state leaders and city leaders and also those in the county there saying that they were preparing for the worst, and additional 1,000 police officers are on the ground tonight, even the fbi has sent in 100 of its agents, we also know that the state's community and leaders have offered guidance and prayers and that churches are actually being turned into safe havens tonight in light of what might happen. as you take a look, we cannot really make out exactly what is happening in every portion of the video but there is a lot of activity, dozens of
people in the street as we see, the the city and state has said their goal, it is to prevent violence. they did call in the national guard, to help them provide security especially what they called critical locations the fire stations and also the police stations, so they say they have promised, to protect the rights for protesters to be on the streets but only done peacefully. they say that is a message that they intend to keep. more in reference to darren wilson, during this time, we have not even him nor have we heard from him. the 28 year-old, st. louis resident, six year veteran of the department. has managed to stay out of sight and in hiding all of this time. while off the radar we do know that he got married late last month. a marriage license was filed in st. louis county, his new wife, a fellow ferguson police officer and while in hiding, he has been on paid leave, brian and shirleen, he is one of only 53 officers in this small town that has, of course, become the topic of a
national discussion. >> sharrie, thank you. we have learn that either more information while were you speaking there that there is at least one report of a shot fired a across the street from the ferguson police department and a squad car window, has been kick out, as we said, emotions running high all across the the country and right here in philadelphia tonight. >> "action news" reporter kenneth moton is live at philadelphia city hall where a protest was organize tonight, kenneth in. >> reporter: shirleen and brian, that protest happened peaceful, here in center city. mike brown supporters, this is the moment they have been waiting for but this is not the grand jury decision that they wanted to hear tonight. right here outside city hall, this is the moment so many of those protesters heard the news. >> they have determined that no probable cause exist to file any charge against officer will son. >> reporter: we heard, boos and chants of no justice no peace immediately following that grand jury announcement
in ferguson. more than 100 people gathered to rally support, have a moment of silence for mike brown. watching that group a large number of philadelphia police officers who had been on duty all day, the mission to keep the peace. demonstrators immediately took to the streets demanding action against ferguson police officer darren wilson. many hoping that the u.s. deputy of justice would step in. near by united methodist church a organized group of local churches met and watched this a announcement, clergy men and others filed out with their hands in the up position, and silent protest. we spoke, with shock and disappointed crowd supporters, just moments ago. >> it is just ridiculous. i'm just kind of choking, i'm sorry. it is ridiculous. the fact that there is no probable cause. i don't agree with the indictment. clearly everybody else is... it is redick lust.
>> reporter: sentiments from one protester but i can tell you a number of protesters out here share those same sentiments shared by that man tonight. here's a live look here outside city hall right there at jfk and 15th where philadelphia police officers, a number of them are around this area, walk ago long with those protesters who are peaceful at this moment. i told you also we have seen from chopper that many of those protesters are marching through the streets of center city. we understand they are going to philadelphia police headquarters right now. a number of officers are on duty right now, the mayor told us earlier that the city had a plan, just in case there were a number of demonstrators and protesters on the streets tonight, but the good news tonight no violence, protesters have remained peaceful, guys, that is latest outside city hall, kenneth moton for "action news" at ten on phl17. >> we hope it remains that way. president is expected to speak momentarily and we will bring that live to you. in the meantime accu
weather forecast and in the meantime we hit 72 and that is a record high but you might not remember today, once the snow flakes start falling in a mere 36 hours. that snowfall has local departments of transportation getting ready for what may come and that includes a large new toy, the penndot just got in today. it is a truck, a really big truck that can clear a lane and a half at a time and spray salt on both sides unlike other trucks, you might see it if you are driving along 422, the question is, how much clearing will it have to do? lets get to meteorologist melissa magee for the answer at the big board. hi medical list. it is hard to believe we are tracking wintry precipitation day before thanksgiving because as you mentioned we had record highs not just in fill but for trenton, reading and allentown. all that is coming to a change as we get into wednesday. that winter storm watch is in effect. rain change to go wet snow. we will have more in a bit. but for now guys, back over to you.
melissa, thank you, we want to bring you live right new to the president, president obama speaking and his reaction to the event in ferguson miss yuri tonight. >> michael's parents in asking anyone who protest accounts to do so peacefully. let me repeat, michael's fathers word. hurting others, or destroying property, is not the answer. no matter what the grand jury decides, i do not want my son's death to be in vein. i want us to lead to incredible change, to positive change, and, change that makes the the st. louis region better for everyone. michael brown's parents have have lost more than anyone, and we should be honoring their wishes. i also appeal to the law enforcement officials in ferguson and the region to show care and restraint in
managing peaceful protest that is may occur. understand our police officers put their lives on the line every single day. they have a tough job to do to maintain public safety and hold those accountable those who break the law. as they do their jobs in the coming days, they need to work with the community, not against the community to distinguish the handful of people who may use the grand jury's decision as an excuse for violence, distinguish them from the vast majority who just want their voices heard around legitimate issues in terms of how communities and law enforcement interact. finally, we need to recognize the situation in ferguson speaks to broader challenges that we still face as a nation. the fact is in too many parts of this country a deep
distrust exists between law enforcement and communities of color. some of this is as a result of the legacy of racial discrimination in this country and this is tragic because nobody needs good policing more than poor communities with higher crime rates. the good news is that we know there are things we can do to help. and i have instruct attorney generaller hold tore work with cities across the country to help build better relations between communities and law enforcement. that means working with law enforcement officials to make sure their ranks are representative of the communities they serve. we know that makes a difference. it means working the training officials so that law enforcement conduct is it self in a way that is fair to everybody. it means enlisting the community actively on what should be everybody's goal and that is to prevent crime.
there are good people on all sides of this debate as well as in both republican and democratic parties that are interested not only in lifting up best practices because we know that there are communities who have been able to deal with this in an effective way but also, we're interested in working with this administration and local and state officials, to start tackling much needed criminal justice reform. so those should be the lessons we draw from this tragic event. we need to recognize this is not just a issue for ferguson this is an issue for america. we have made enormous progress in race relations, over the course of the past several deck kids. i have witnessed that in my own life and to deny that
progress i think is to deny america's capacity for change. but what is also true is that there are still problems and communities of color aren't just making these problems up. separate ago this from this particular decision there are issues in which the law too often feels as if it is being applied in the discriminatory fashion. i don't think that is the normal. i don't think that is true for the majority of communities or the vast majority of law enforcement officials but you these are real issues and we have to lift them up and not deny them or try to tamp them down. what we need to does understand them and figure out how do we make more progress and that can be done. that won't be done by throwing bottles. that won't be done by smashing
car windows. that won't be done by using this as an excuse vandalized property and certainly won't be done by hurting anybody. to those in ferguson there are ways of channeling your concerns constructively and there are ways of channeling your concerns destructively. michael parents understand what it means to be constructive. vast majority of peaceful protesters they understand it as well. those of you who are watching tonight, understand that there is never an excuse for violence particularly when there are a lot of people and goodwill who are willing to work on these issues. there are those only interested in focusing on the violence and just want the problem to go away, need to
recognize that we do have work to do here and we shouldn't try to paper it over. whenever we do that, the anger may moment trily subside but overtime it builds up and america isn't everything that it could be and i'm confident that if we focus our attention on the problem and we look at what has happened in communities around the country effectively then we can make progress not just in ferguson but in other cities and communities around the country. okay. >> will you go to ferguson when things settle down there. >> lets take a look ande how things have going. eric holder has been there. we have had a team from the justice department there they have done very good work. vast majority of the community has been working are hard to
try to make sure that this becomes an opportunity for us to sees the moment and turn this into a positive sit ways but i think we have to make sure that we focus at least as much attention on all those positive activities taking place as we do on a handful of folks who end up using this as an excuse to misbehave or break the law or engage in vialens. it will be very important and i think media will have a responsibility as well to make sure that we focus on michael brown's parents and the clergy and the community leaders and civil rights leaders and activist and law enforcement officials who have been
working are hard to try to find better solutions long term solutions to this issue. there is inevitably going to be some negative reaction and it will make for good tv but what we want to do is make sure that we're also focusing on those who can offer the kind of real progress that we know is possible and that the vast majority of people in ferguson, st. louis region, missouri and around the country are looking for and i want to be partners with those folks and we need to lift up that kind of constructive dialogue that is taking place, all right. thank you. >> you have been listening to the president's remarks on the ferguson decision, as we take a live picture here in ferguson as a result of that deis is in full display as you
can see what appears to be tear gas and lots of emergency lights there on the ground. >> astounding split screen tonight as president from his podium calls for calm in the wake of that decision and yet here you can see this tear gas, what appears to be police cars being vandalized incredible scene playing out tonight. we will have continuing live coverage as "action news" continues after this. revealed through the work of its scholars and graduates. it has inspired strength and purpose. an enduring symbol of passion and excellence that is not static, but moves among us. a feeling...a shared experience,
time for the accu weather forecast a brief stint with spring is out of here. >> yes, melissa is live with having completely been interrupted by the president tonight, he is no loaning talking it is your turn now. >> there is a lot to august about as we get in the weather department. as you say what a gorgeous day across the the delaware and lehigh valleys that is coming to a close as early as tomorrow for that matter. then big changes for our workweek. high today in philadelphia was 72 degrees. breaking a new record and making one today. old record 71 setback in 1979. well above average high of 53 degrees this time of the year. outside tonight quite balmy, temperatures still in the upper 60's. upper 50's in the region. philadelphia 66. allentown six 36789 sea isle city 58.
sixty-six in dover. why the surge of warmer air? we will show you wind speed and they are sustained from 7 miles an hour in lancaster to 15 miles an hour in philadelphia looking at the wind, particles and they are coming from the southwest direction. we will get wind up from the southwest and pumps in the milder air before the change comes later on tonight. satellite six with action radar shows you it is dry with the partly cloudy sky overhead. we are tracking a frontal boundary moving through. we will notice precipitation moving off shore, this front will sweep the coast later on tonight. with that noticeably cooler air arrives as we get in the day on tuesday. here's the call from accu weather taking a look at your afternoon for tuesday, partly sunny, westerly wind, seven to 14 miles april hour. it is cool but not a bad day. 57 degrees is still above our average of 53 for this time of the year. fifty-four allentown. fifty-six in cape may. that is where it is into wednesday where we are track ago this coastal low that will develop. at 8:00 on wednesday morning it looks to start out as rain for most locations, and then
you will get eventually change over from rain to snow, and especially for suburbs, north and west of philadelphia. so 12:30 in the afternoon is when we do fine heavier of that precipitation moving n your storm system isn't going to be block so to speak. there is no nothing in the atlantic keep tonight place. so this races off to our north and ease fairly quickly as we get into wednesday night and early thursday morning. expected snowfall across the region mainly rain at the coast but snowfall accumulation as you head inland along that i-95 corridor and areas north and west a long that corridor we will find one to 3 inches of snowfall. immediate northern suburbs of chester, upper bucks and montgomery you are close to three to 6 inches of snowfall, that is including for lancaster up through areas in allentown and lehigh valley. poconos six plus inches of snow. is there still a lot of details to go over. we will have more coming up in the neck half an hour with the full, exclusive accu weather seven day. now back over your way, guys. in the meantime we have "action news" at ten coming up, right after this.
10:30... and on this monday night and we begin with breaking news a grand jury has decided not indict ferguson police officer darren wilson, in a shooting death of michael brown. >> people are gathered across the country tonight from philadelphia, to ferguson, alive picture now out of missouri, you can see hundreds of people, gathered in the streets, but the governor is asking everyone to show respect, and restraint, family of michael brownies also asking for peace, not violence. >> just a short time ago they released a statement saying quote we are profoundly, disappointed of the killer of our child will not face the consequence of his actions, 18 year-old michael brown was unarmed when he was killed in august, and a grand jury spent three months, pouring over evidence, and testimony.
officer wilson to hours after the shooting. witnesses maintain brown had his hands up as if to surrender when he was shot. his death, led to violent protests. tonight missouri national guard has been act sprayeded and police say they were ready to respond to tonight's reaction. we will take you live now to abc news reporter marci gonzales in ferguson this evening. marci and foremost can you you hear us. >> reporter: yes, brian and shirleen i can hear you. given the scene we have watched play out from ferguson area right now it looks chaotic, there is smoke and differing reports as to
whether that smoke is tear gas, or smoke that police are using, can you describe the scene, that you have watched play out tonight. >> yeah brian and shirleen we are in the media staging area. we are away from the protest but st. louis county police say that was not tear gas they are using smoke to break up the crowds which, in some places has become unrulely. police say that people had thrown molotov cocktails at them. there has been one police caravaned alleyed. there have been reports of gunshots in the crowd, so, all that is serious problems, with protesters out there, and police are doing their best to keep it under control. we are told a thousand extra police officers out tonight, as you mentioned the national guard has been activated they are here ready to offer backup as the fbi. now when that decision was reached, just came down, marci, we have got to see here in philadelphia the reaction, it was, a very strong reaction, in philadelphia, so
i can only imagine what it was like in ferguson, can you describe the initial reaction. >> reporter: few people were as you would expect very upset, people out protesting. they of course wanted charges to be filed, in most of the people who were in these large crowds of demonstrators that we're seeing. a lot of people leading up to said said they did not expect a indictment but people are expressing their frustration. also michael brown's family as you read that statement and we know michael brown's mother was told just before the decision was announced publicly she was told privately that there were not charges being filed and she broke down in tears. family attorney saying they do not feel that justice was served. >> marci, final question for you, we have heard reports that there are additional 1,000 police officers on the ground and in addition to the national guard as you just mentioned having been called in it sound like a extraordinarily large police presence but how does that compare to the size of the
crowd of the protesters who we have have heard have come from all across the country tonight, are they out matched, so to speak. >> reporter: i don't know if they are out matched, i don't think would i say that. we know there are hundreds of protesters out there but we say this is something police have been planning for they knew protesters would be coming from all over the country and they feel, police feel, that they are prepared. >> all right, marci gonzales live from ferguson missouri tonight. we appreciate your time, marci as always thanks for your reporting on the ground. we want to show you a live picture from center city philadelphia, chopper six is now live over that group of protesters that we showed you first at the top of the newscast this evening, at that point they were making their way down market street they were between ninth and tenth right now. they are on brought street north of city hall where they began this peaceful protest, we heard that they tried to make their way to the police administration building but were peacefully turned away when they got there.
this crowd peaceful tonight, again, that is account from police on the ground and pictures prove it right now. they appear to be standing in silent if not still vigil right now in recognition of decision not to indict darren brown in the shooting death, darren wilson in the shooting death of michael brown, down in ferguson missouri tonight. >> we hope it stays calm. the other big story tonight is the weather. >> yeah, hard to believe that after today's uneasenablely warm weather, snow is coming our way. lets head over to melissa magee live with the word from accu weather, melissa. >> we have big changes autopsy head for rest of this week and lots to tell but as well. wednesday is a very busy travel day, day before thanksgiving w that we are tracking our coastal storm. we will show you these temperatures outside still balmy, 66 in philadelphia. after a record high today of 72, and breaking own record of 71 setback in 1979. fifty-seven in the poconos.
sixty-three in allentown. fifty-eight in sea isle city. dover 66. beach haven, 54 degrees. here's satellite six with action radar hopefully you have had a chance to enjoy mild weather and spring-like conditions overhead today because we're tracking cold front that will move through. front moves through later on tonight it will take this precipitation along witt. temperatures back down to closer to average, then slightly above and big change coming as we if the into wednesday. widen out picture and what we are tracking a weak disturbance upper level energy support center so to speak and this piece of energy will steer this area of low pressure and this coastal low that works its way up eastern see boras we get in the wednesday. cutting out four corn are moving in the southern plain states, picks that moisture from the gulf of mexico and from the atlantic and works its way up eastern seaboard by wednesday which is why we already have have wind chill storm watches in effect along 95 corridor an areas north and west. you know there is precipitation. starts out as mixed mostly
rain for most locations here, and as i advance this as we get into 2:00 in the afternoon you can see precipitation does come down hard enough on the back side of the storm system we will tap into colder air from the the north, which will generate some snowfall for philadelphia, and especially that north western suburbs from the poconos all the way down to lancaster. our advance look into wednesday 8:00 in the evening you can see that precipitation starts to move out fairly quickly. what i was saying earlier there is no blocking medic is in many in place typically we have a high pressure to our east, area of low pressure out in the atlantic that keeps that precipitation locked in. storm system comes in and moves out fairly quickly across the region. for i break down what we can expect region by region in the northern western suburbs, quickly change to go wet snow along philadelphia metro area we have rain changing over to wet snow, south jersey and delaware, start out as rain and there will be rain for majority of the storm system but on the back side of it as the storm system pulls out and looks to the north and east on of that precipitation
could end up as wet snow flakes. the as far as expect snowfall mainly rain at the coast. moving that i-95 corridor one to 3 inches of snowfall here but moving over upper chester and bucks and montgomery we could find one to 3 inches of snowfall three, to six i should say and three to six for lancaster up through allentown and lehigh valley, poconos could find six plus inches of snowfall with the storm system all said and done. accu weather forecast showing you mote isly will cooler tomorrow, high temperature of 57. still not a bad day. on wednesday, snow north and west, rain south and east high of 40 degrees, thanksgiving we are dry but chilly in at 42 and close to the shoppers on black friday 37 and 43 as we get in the start of next week even so definitely tracking changes as we prepare for wednesday, guys. >> all right, thanks. >> indeed more "action news" >> all right, thanks. >> indeed more "action news"
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we have breaking news out the ferguson, missouri. that there, smoke is a burning police car burning ferguson police car amid the choppy car. it's a burning police car. it's one of several police cars that are vandalized by the grand jury not to indict darren wilson. it's an incredible scene. thick smoke and big crowds a larger presence of protests. what we saw before coming on the air here. again was the police car engulfed in flames. we will return you to the scene
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vandals tonight. some are overturned. others had their windows broken out. there was reports of one gunshot. it's a chaotic between in ferguson tonight. it will remain the same. we continue to watch it and follow it for you on "action news." we have police in riot gear trying to disperse the crowd. be sure to join us on "action news" in the morning. be sure to join us on "action news" in the morning. see
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