We're about to hear from the man at the center of the Ferguson fury. ABC News' George Stephanopoulos has landed the much-sought first television interview with Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, speaking to him for an hour today in Missouri.
Excerpts from that interview airs on WLOX ABC at 5:30 tonight on World News Tonight with David Muir. ABC will also feature the interview on "Nightline" and tomorrow morning on Good Morning America.
In television terms, the Wilson interview was one of the biggest "gets" of the year. Wilson sat down with Stephanopoulos, the "Good Morning America" co-host, less than 24 hours after a grand jury decided not to indict the 28-year-old officer in the shooting death of Michael Brown this summer.
ABC said it will also make the full interview available on its website,
Before that interview airs, attorney for Michael Brown's family have been on the air. They call the grand jury system unfair and broken.
Attorney Benjamin Crump said at a news conference Tuesday the 18-year-old's family to St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch's decision to call a grand jury and to not appoint a special prosecutor.
Attorney Anthony Gray said the decision was a "direct reflection of the presentation of the evidence."
The Rev. Al Sharpton said McCulloch's news conference "went out of his way" to discredit Michael Brown.
Sharpton also criticized those who committed violence Monday night, saying they were not on the side of Michael Brown.
Brown's father also was in attendance.