Transcript for Tensions Run High in Ferguson
Announcer: Starting right now on ABC's "This week," city on edge, Ferguson bracing for that grand jury decision at any moment. Will officer Darren Wilson be charged for killing Michael brown? More protesters arrested overnight as president Obama calls for calm in our ABC news exclusive. You protest pcefully. Announcer: Immigration showdown. The president makes his move. His plan to grant legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants. This morning answering our tough questions. The speaker says you're asking like an emperor. Announcer: And the race to replace the president. I think the American people are going to want that new car smell. Announcer: How he sees 2016 stacking up and what he'll do to keep his party in power. From ABC news, "This week with George stephanopoulos" begins now. And we begin with the latest from Ferguson. Protests heating up again this weekend but no decision yet from the grand jury on whether to charge officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael brown. We'll hear from president Obama in a moment. First, let's go to ABC's Steve osunsami on the ground in Missouri. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to Yk we're learning that the grand jury debating possible charges against police officer Darren Wilson will be getting back to work tomorrow, so it will be just a little bit more time before we see a decision in this case. Police have already put barricades up around the courthouse here worried that demonstrators might storm the building. Police have been promised a 48-hour notice once that decision is reached. Already there have been plenty of street fights outside Ferguson police headquarters, which is ground zero for the protests here. Last night there were even more arrests. We're told that the family of Michael brown is very concerned about this. The Ferguson action network, another protest group, is promising demonstrations in at least 61 cities. Michael brown's family and other religious leaders are calling for calm. George. Okay, thanks, Steve.
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