Across the nation and in Central Georgia, opinions are split over the decision not to indict a Ferguson Missouri police officer in the death of Michael Brown.
Some who think justice was ignored believe Ferguson is an example of the much bigger problem of racial profiling.
The decision was announced Monday night, but many were not happy with the news.
"Disappointed," says Macon NAACP president, Gwenette Westbrooks. "There has to be some change. "
"A lot of it is racial profiling," she believes.
Westbrooks is currently looking into three complaints of possible racial profiling to court.
These complaints include traffic stops with no ticket or citation and seemingly no probable cause for why they were pulled over.