Oct 17, 2015

St. Louis Police Agree To Ferguson Radicals “Rules Of Engagement”… | Weasel Zippers

Waving the white flag before it even begins. Via Local 10: Following weeks of intense negotiations, the three largest police departments in St. Louis, Mo., have agreed on a dozen rules or policies they will follow as they engage with protesters after a grand jury announces its decision regar

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