1. Michael Brown's father, Michael Brown Sr., and lawyers walking into news conference
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Benjamin Crump, Brown family lawyer:
"We went through as much evidence as we could and saw how completely unfair this process was. We object (as) publicly and loudly as we can on behalf of Michael Brown Junior's family, that this process is broken. The process should be indicted. It should be indicted because of the continuous systematic results that is yielded by this process."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Gray, Brown family lawyer:
"It's things like that, that just raises all kinds of red flags for us in this process. But we are going to hold out hope that at some point justice will be served and we will at least have a presentation of evidence that is fair and impartial and then we will allow the chips to fall where they may."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Reverend Al Sharpton, civil rights activist:
"Last night, the appearance by the District Attorney made it clear to everyone why we had little faith in a state prosecution. I've been out involved in civil rights all my life. We have seen cases go ways that we felt were right and ways that we felt was wrong. I've never seen a prosecutor hold a press conference to discredit the victim."
5. Cutaway of news conference
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Reverend Al Sharpton, civil rights activist:
"We were not surprised at what the outcome was. Certainly it is painful for the mother and the father. Certainly there will be emotional reactions, I've never seen a case where there wasn't. You're dealing with their flesh and blood. But let the record be clear, you have broken our hearts, but you have not broken our backs."
7. Close-up of Sharpton asking Michael Brown Senior if he wishes to talk, Brown declining
8. Wide, pan to protesters in back of church interrupt end of news conference and are escorted out of the building
Lawyers for Michael Brown's family said on Tuesday that the process that led to a white officer not being indicted in the fatal shooting of the unarmed, black 18-year-old was unfair and broken.
At a news conference in Ferguson they objected to St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch's decision to call a grand jury and to not appoint a special prosecutor.
Lawyer Anthony Gray called for "a presentation of evidence that if fair and impartial."
Civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton said they were not surprised by the outcome of the process, as they had "little faith in a state prosecution."
Sharpton criticised those who committed violence on Monday night, following the grant jury's announcement.
"Certainly there will be emotional reactions, I've never seen a case where there wasn't. You're dealing with their flesh and blood. But let the record be clear, you have broken our hearts, but you have not broken our backs," he said.
Michael Brown's father stood with the lawyers and Sharpton, but did not speak to reporters.
More than 1,000 pages of grand jury documents were released on Monday, including the testimony of officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Brown on 9 August.
The US Justice Department has its own investigation into possible civil rights violations that could result in federal charges for Wilson, but investigators would need to satisfy a rigorous standard of proof.
The department also has launched a broad probe into the Ferguson Police Department.