The Grand Jury hearing the case of Michael Brown later today could hear evidence from his alleged shooter, policeman Darren Brown.
After hearing from eyewitnesses, the jury must decide if criminal charges should be brought against the officer, who is currently in hiding after Mr Brown's family called for his arrest.
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