Ferguson grand juror sues for right to talk about Michael Brown case
FERGUSON, Mo. -- A member of the grand jury that declined to bring charges in the August 2014 shooting death of Michael Brown is suing the St. Louis County prosecutor to be allowed to speak on the case, the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri said Monday. The unnamed juror "would like to talk about the experience of serving on a grand jury, the evidence presented and the investigation in a way that could contribute to the public dialogue concerning race relations," but is barred from doing so by state law that requires secrecy about grand jury deliberations, the ACLU said in a statement.