Downtown Clayton is filled with tv news trucks, the streets are filled with out of town reporters. For the past week or so the Ferguson story has become a media event kept alive by local and national reporters who just won't let this go.
This morning I saw a story relating the news that several national cable anchors have talked with officer Darren Wilson. "Just to feel him out about sitting down for and interview". This surprised me, I had the idea he was well hidden and not to be found.
Also, this strikes me as typical of reporters, but scary on some levels. Anderson Cooper of CNN said, ""I'd also like to interview the grand jury." Grand jury members are supposed to remain anonymous, both for the potential future trials, but for their own safey. It just figures that some news people will not stop until they find out where these people live and camp out on the front lawn.
I actually believe these out of town media people really want to see riots after whatever decision is made by the jury. Because of the media's agitating, way too many organizations, schools, businesses, local governments have gone over the top in preparing for the worst.