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5 things you need to know about the Ferguson Missouri riots - Truthloader


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Publicado el 26 nov. 2014
There have been more days of protests on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri. That was after the grand jury verdict which was not to indict the white police officer Darren Wilson in connection with the shooting of black man Michael Brown. The decision sparked disbelief and anger and led to renewed demonstrations, violence and stand-offs with police and the National Guard. There was plenty of tear gas and many people suffered as a result. Michael Brown's family called for calm in a statement although the protests are on-going.

What do you think about the response by law enforcement agencies to the people in Ferguson who it's their job to protect? Have you got any footage showing what you feel is a disproportionate response? Send it to us via @truthloader on Twitter or our Facebook page.

We were able to compile this report with the use of images from DeRay McKesson who is on Twitter - @deray and @natedrug who are both among the protesters on the frontline in Ferguson and doing plenty of live-tweeting pictures and videos.

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