A man wearing a “press” vest, possibly a journalist or member of a news crew, seemingly put his objectivity aside on Monday night as he was caught on video giving his opinion on the Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
“No indictment — How’d you feel when you were sitting there?” someone with The Americans with Charlie LeDuff YouTube channel asked.
“Disgusted,” the man wearing the “press” vest responded.
“I think he got the decision that he wanted, quite frankly,” the man later said of the prosecutor.
The man then realized he was being recorded, smiled and asked, “Are you recording this?” He appeared somewhat embarrassed that his response what captured on video.
Another man, also in a press vest, said the grand jury in Ferguson was "overwhelmed with too much information and not given the opportunity to make what should have been the proper decision."
Neither of the men in the press vests had been identified as of early Tuesday morning.
Watch the video below (Warning: Some strong language in footage):
(H/T: Matthew Sheffield)