A Missouri grand jury may have cleared their son's killer of wrongdoing, but Michael Brown's parents aren't through seeking justice.
Crump said that the family was "troubled" by both the grand jury proceedings and Wilson's assertion that his "conscience was clear" after the shooting.
"They just feel that's just very cold," Crump said on Face the Nation. "His mother and father don't think Officer Wilson had any consideration for their child. And they wonder if he ever had a conscience. And so that's troubling to them. And we want police officers that do have a conscience in our community, not police officers that are as cold as ice and see our children as demons and criminals."