An attorney representing the family of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot this week, doesn’t have a problem with the investigation being carried out of Brown’s death so far, saing he doesn’t know enough about how it’s being conducted.
“What do you think investigators should be doing that they’re not doing?” ABC’s Martha Raddatz asked attorney Anthony Gray.
“I don’t know, because I’m not sure what they’re doing.” Gray said. “It’s hard to criticize what they should be doing that they may not be doing when I don’t know what they’re doing at this present moment.”
“I can only hope,” Gray said, “that they’re doing a fair and impartial investigation, that they’re being thorough, that they’re being complete, unbiased, that the results of the investigation would depict that. That’s my hope for hte investigators and that’s what the family hopes for.”
Protests across Ferguson in recent days have demanded that the policeman who shot Brown, Darren Wilson, be charged with murder. Both the local government and the federal government are currently investigating and determining how to proceed — 40 FBI agents are on the scene, Missouri governor Jay Nixon has said.