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(CNN) – The grand jury hearing evidence on the Michael Brown shooting is preparing to meet Friday for what might be its final session, and a decision on whether to charge Officer Darren Wilson could come the same day, law enforcement officials briefed on the plans said.
For some activists, only one decision would amount to justice.
"Justice is indictment of Darren Wilson," said Rasheen Aldridge, director or Young Activists United St. Louis. At 20 years old, he is also the youngest member of the Ferguson Commission.
"Just because we don't get the indictment does not mean that we will not continue to be out there organizing, and trying to change the whole system," Aldridge continued.
The young activist said he is not concerned about violence, predicting a peaceful reaction to the grand jury decision. He expressed concern about "outside agitators" saying the Ku Klux Klan has been active on Twitter "and made it very known that they're going to come down to Ferguson and use lethal force."
"The agitators ... are going to stir up the pot. With the youth that have been out there, we've been organizing each other, and we're ready to peacefully go out there, and not use any violence to get our message across," said Aldrige.
"We want justice. Justice for all colored lives," he said.