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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will be in Ferguson, Mo., Wednesday to meet with community leaders and agents there to be briefed on the federal civil rights investigation into unarmed teen Michael Brown’s death.
Philadelphia pitching phenom Mo’Ne Davis can add another major accomplishment to her trophy case.
While tempers continue to flare in Ferguson, Mo. after a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed African-American teen Aug. 9, there are still a number of issues that now must be considered. As several stories have emerged and Ferguson continues to split at its racial seam, state prosecutors have to decide whether to take legal action against Darren Wilson, the 28-year-old officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.
The evening started off peaceful as protesters assembled, chanted and then made their way early Wednesday morning to the lot of an old Ford dealership approved by police as an authorized demonstration area. Protesters were even allowed to spend the night in the lot if they wanted.
Last week, seemingly like everyone else, I was discussing the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. In a private email chain, I shared some of my un-PC thoughts about Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson’s press conference, in which Jackson alleged that Brown had robbed a convenience store prior to his life-ending encounter with Officer Darren Wilson: