Late last night, after 9pm EST, St. Louis County District Attorney Robert McCulloch announced the Grand Jury decision which absolved any criminal wrong-doing by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Weighing the physical evidence and testimony of some 60 witnesses, the Grand Jury declined to indict Wilson and all possible five counts, ranging from 1st Degree Murder to Involuntary Manslaughter over the shooting death of Michael Brown. In Ferguson, the decision sparked protests and riots, resulting in about two dozen buildings being set on fire and many stores and businesses being looted. Many cars were over-turned and some, including police cars, were put to the torch. In a number of cities across America, organized protests also took place. Barack Obama addressed the need for calm while still playing up to the protesters. Henchman Eric Holder assured all that a federal investigation into the shooting was still ongoing.