Jul 03, 2015

US Justice Department Finds That Police Provoked Unrest in Ferguson | Global Research - Centre for Research on Globalization

On Monday, the US Justice Department released a report detailing the official police response to the protests last year in Ferguson, Missouri following the police killing of Michael Brown. Accordin...

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