Brown Family Atty: No Indictment Because of How Evidence Was Presented
An attorney for the family of Michael Brown lashed out at the prosecutor for the way in which he presented the evidence to the grand jury, saying the process has raised all sorts of "red flags."
At a news conference this morning, Anthony Gray alleged that St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch could have gotten an indictment against police officer Darren Wilson.
After reading the evidence released by McCulloch, Gray said it all comes down to how the evidence was laid out for the grand jury.
"We didn't get a chance to hear the inflections in the voices and the cynicism and the sarcasm in some of the questions that I read just jump off the pages at you," said Gray, adding he doesn't want to comment on the evidence because of the ongoing federal investigation.
He also claimed that in the documents released by McCulloch, officer Wilson "indicted himself" and told the media to read it for themselves.
"Most of what [Wilson] said didn't line up with the physical evidence or forensic evidence," said Gray, accusing McCulloch of trying to "hide the information in plain sight."
Gray said he hopes that the evidence can eventually be presented in a "fair and impartial" way.
Watch his remarks above.