Transcript for Ferguson Jurors Expected Back at Work Today
The grand jury decision is expected any moment now. Protests picked up over the weekend. And the FBI thwarted a bomb plot. Steve osunsami is on the ground there. Reporter: Good morning, robin. So many people here were expe expecting a decision over the weekend. Families are more than ready to hear something today. Authorities have prepared the sidewalks behind me. Hands up. All: Don't shoot. Reporter: The protests moved to St. Louis. Everybody from Michael brown's father and mother to the president on "This week" urging calm. Using any event as an excuse for violence is contrary to rule of law and to who we are. Reporter: While the nine white jurors and three black jurors contemplate criminal charges, the National Guard, more than 1,000 police, and worried demonstrators from across the country, are expected to meet in the streets. Any time you have a mass grouping of people of color, like myself, and you have law enforcement, it usually doesn't turn to out too good. Reporter: Stores here look closed because business owners boarded up windows in fear. We look abandoned here. Pretty much imprisoned. Yeah, it's sad. Reporter: FBI agents Ron the ground. They areed two men over the weekend accused of buying explosives to use against the police. Officer Taryn Willen could be charged with murder, manslaughter, or nothing at all. If cleared, a police union rep says he should be able to return to work. My hope would be if one day he decides he wants to get or stay in law enforcement, that he's able to do that. Especially if he's cleared. Reporter: People here are very concerned about potential unrest spilling into the Thanksgiving holiday. At least one school district here has canceled classes today and tomorrow. George? Okay, Steve, thank you very
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