At the same time, the role of the Ferguson Police Department was diminished and some tasks are assumed by the National Guard. Even FBI warned last week recommending vigilance in the days before the Ferguson grand jury decision, according to a law enforcement official. Possible violence act are expected to produce in Fergusson whatever the decision of the grand jury will be. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said that people have the right to protest peacefully but that citizens and businesses must be protected from violence and damage. Some National Guard troops will bring to St. Louis County, where Ferguson is located. Michael Brown, a black teen, was fatally shot by Wilson, a white police officer, on August 9. Both peaceful protests and acts of violence and destruction occurred after that tragic event. It’s expected the Grand Jury would be done deliberating in mid- to late November.