With a Prosecutor Like Robert McCulloch, Who Needs a Defense?

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"This grand jury decision we feel is a direct reflection of the sentiments of those who presented the evidence," Anthony Gray, a lawyer for [Michael Brown's] relatives, said at a news conference Tuesday morning. "If you present evidence to indict, you get an indictment. If you present evidence not to indict, you don't get an indictment."

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