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Ferguson: Why was the grand jury decision kept secret for hours?
(CNN) — During the height of the months-long protests in Ferguson last summer, police said demonstrators could protest all they want — as long as they stayed home after dark.
The reasoning back then: Troublemakers from outside the city come in to create chaos under cover of darkness, making police’s job of maintaining order difficult.
And yet, even though a grand jury reached a decision on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson by Monday afternoon, the decision wasn’t publicized until hours later — around 8 p.m. in Missouri. Read More
In case you haven’t experienced live the minutiae required to legally sanctify the Brown shooting. Remind me, what is the prosecutor’s role again? To serve as a defense attorney?:
Demonstration of desperate times:
With 90 thousand viewers, Livestreamer Bassem Masri has had phone stolen while streaming
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