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After 107 days, the verdict is in. Mondaynight, a grand jury voted not to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown this summer. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the decision.
Shortly after the verdict was read, dozens of people lined the streets of Richmond protesting the decision in Ferguson. Another protest is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at the John Marshall courthouse.
Everyone has an opinion about the Ferguson decision. Many of the people in Ferguson, who were upset about the verdict, are rioting, looting and destroying the very town where they live with their families. Some people are calling the Ferguson …
After 107 days, the verdict is in.Monday night, a grand jury voted not to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown this summer. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the decision....
A simple reform that would document interactions between the police and the public could provide answers when officers shoot int he future—and perhaps prevent violence altogether
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© Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images "Dancing With the Stars" - Season 19 - Finale - Day One on Nov. 24, 2014 A TV station in Tennessee has apologized for a tweet it sent while airing the verdict on Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson.
President Barack Obama made a statement from...
Al Sharpton, civil rights pundit and MSNBC host, reacted last night to the announcement of the results of the Ferguson grand jury, calling it “an absolute blow” and miscarriage of justice. Sharpton said that while the verdict of “not guilty” regarding charges against Officer Darren Wilson was not unexpected, it “still hurts, nonetheless.” Video from Al Sharpton Chimes In On Ferguson Verdict, To ...
Katy Perry and Pharrell Williams are among some of the stars to take to Twitter after the verdict.
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