Transcript for Tense Calm Settles in Ferguson
We should say the overnight snow helped quiet things down on the streets of Ferguson although there were angry protests in other American cities. This as this country and the family of shooting victim Michael brown react to the exclusive interview with officer Darren Wilson conducted by ABC's George stephanopoulos. ABC's Alex Perez is in Ferguson. Good morning to you. Reporter: Good morning, Dan. The good news here is the overnight protests were mostly peaceful. Just one person arrested. Now, Michael brown's family responding to that interview with some strong words for officer Darren Wilson. Overnight, a tense, almost eerie calm in Ferguson. National guardsmen patrolling the treats fearful that protests like this one would erupt for a third night in a row. And while snow may have kept the protesters at bay in Ferguson, the same couldn't be said elsewhere in the nation. Protesters were once again out in force in Los Angeles and Oakland. In St. Louis, one group storming city hall. Demonstrators even gathering outside the U.S. Embassy in London. All in protest of a grand jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael brown. In that exclusive interview with George stephanopoulos, Wilson addressed the 18-year-old's parents directly. I'm sorry that their son lost his life and there's no -- nothing you can say that's going to Mac a parent feel better. Reporter: On Wednesday brown's parents responding to Wilson making the rounds on television supply don't believe a word of it. It's a murder. Reporter: And the Thanksgiving day parade in St. Louis has been postponed until December because of the situation here and in New York City, authorities are keeping a close eye on the parade there after internet chat their protesters planned to target the parade there today. Dan. A lot of people worried about that. Alex, thank you, as always.
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