'Things Are Going to Get Real Bad': Locals Await Ferguson Decision
Ferguson is on edge as a grand jury mulls whether or not Officer Darren Wilson should be indicted in the death of Michael Brown.
“Hannity” sent David Webb and a team of producers to Ferguson to see what people think will happen when the decision is announced.
Watch the full video above, and read residents' responses below.
What do you think will happen with the verdict, and what's your reaction?
"From the looks of things, it looks like things [are] going to get real bad. You see, they have everything boarded up on West Florissant, and I really ain’t sure how I feel about it. I don’t know if I like it or not."
"We got one window boarded up. That window has been broken into twice, so actually we’re going to leave that alone obviously. Everybody else is boarding their businesses up totally."
"I definitely want to see police brutality come to an end because it’s sad and it’s uncalled for. […] I just want to uplift and empower our people, black people!"
What do you want to say to people who come into Ferguson and want to cause trouble?
"Stay where you’re at! […] All the looting and the burning and all that, we don’t need that."
"It’s affecting the businesses, even before the decision, it’s affecting the businesses everywhere. It seems like it’s kind of slow everywhere I go."
"We lost 85 percent of our clientele so it’s been rough for us."
"I feel like if they don’t indict him, I feel like the city is going to go down, you know, but I’m going to do what’s right to protect me and my family. […] I don’t appreciate the police using militarized equipment to intimidate these people, you know what I’m saying? They don’t intimidate me at all."