Darren Wilson is the police officer who shot teenager Michael Brown and brought his life to an end back in August 9. As reported, he is currentlynegotiating the terms of his resignation from service.
The officer from Ferguson, Missouri, considers his actions rightful and is not admitting any fault in the death of Michael Brown. Even though he’s been considering resigning for a while now, he thought it could be taken as a sign of being guilty - something he really doesn’t want. However, he’s eventually said to do it so that there won’t be any more issues with his co-workers, but only if he leaves the court free of charges.
As it seems, the officer’s resignation depends on the final decision taken in court. Wilson will be judged in front of a grand jury on Friday and is expected to reveal his plans by that time. However, insiders claim that his decision could be altered by any possible charges given to him.