http://cnnuslive.cnn.com/Event/Grand_jury_rules_in_Michael_Browns_death?hpt=hp_t1 For a lot of the day, the news has reported there is a decision in and it will be announced shortly. The majority white jury needs to rule 9-3 to convict the Officer Darren Wilson of a crime in the shooting death of Michael Brown. The national guard has been recently put in place, possibly for a decision that may start a riot even though there has been a voice from many white and black people to maintain calm at whatever the outcome is. The opinion appears to be divided somewhat, but not completely along racial lines as to whether Officer Wilson should be exonerated or convicted (murder 1, murder 2, voluntary manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter). The case appears to address the larger issue of white cops in general when it comes to issues with race and police brutality and whether a larger issue exists. http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/24/politics/ferguson-wilson-cnn-poll/index.html Everything I understand tells me that there was reasonable amount of recklessness making this a form of manslaughter. I can't fathom this being a not guilty case. At the very least, involuntary manslaughter but YMMV.