Today (Monday, November 24) the grand jury reconvened in the court house to again come to a verdict in the shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson.
It has been announced that the jury has reportedly made their decision in the fatal shooting of the 18 year-old Missouri teen, that has been watched and followed by a national audience.
Upon that audience are indeed police departments all over the nation who are ready for an undetermined reaction from the public who could respond peacefully or violently once the verdict is announced.
Included in that is the Memphis police department who are on watch for any violent protests following the Michael Brown verdict.
According to Memphis police director Toney Armstrong, the MPD is 'ready and prepared for any possible problem' in a statement to media.
Reportedly, the announcement on whether the grand jury has decided to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed an unarmed Michael Brown allegedly with his hands raised in the air, is said to be revealed later today.