Wilson did not want to resign before and while the grand jury made their decision.
FERGUSON, MO (CNN) – Amid protests and anger over a grand jury’s decision against indicting Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown, word comes that Wilson may be retiring from the Ferguson police force.
On Wednesday night, one of the officer’s attorneys, Neil Bruntrager described the negotiations going on between Wilson and his soon-to-be-former employer.
“There are discussions that are going forward with the department to separate from the department in an amicable fashion,” Bruntrager said. “We’re talking about it. … The way in which he leaves, that is really important to him on a lot of different levels, but it’s not a question of if, it’s a question of when.”
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