Aug 20, 2015

Protests in St. Louis After Police Shooting of Suspect, 18 - ABC News

Officers arrested at least nine people and deployed tear gas amid protests in St. Louis over the death of a black 18-year-old who was fatally shot by police after he pointed a gun at them, the city's police chief said. Chief Sam Dotson said at a press conference late Wednesday night that a...

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