Michael Brown's parents to speak to U.N. committee

FERGUSON, Mo. — As the city of Ferguson, Mo., awaits the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, Ferguson is about to get more international attention.

Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden, Brown's parents, are going to Switzerland on Monday to voice their concerns before a United Nations Committee against Torture.

Ferguson anxiety grows ahead of grand jury decision

Brown's parents will be part of the delegation of human rights advocates organized by the New York and Atlanta based U.S. Human Rights Network to meet in Geneva. Several protesters from Ferguson also will be going on the trip.

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