Aug 08, 2015

Michael Brown's Father Says Family Still in Mourning - ABC News

Michael Brown Sr. says he and the family are still in mourning one year after his son's death. Brown spoke Saturday at a parade in Ferguson to honor his son, who was shot and killed by an officer on Aug. 9, 2014. About 200 people gathered on a street at Canfield Green apartments, the...

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