On Thursday (Jul 30), six years after the incident that resulted in the death of then18-year old Michael Brown sparked protest around the globe, a county prosecutor announced Thursday that his office will not charge Darren Wilson for the murder after reinvestigating the case.
From CNN, Saint Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch on Monday (March 13th) criticized the portrayal of store surveillance footage in a new documentary about the 2014 fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, charging that it is heavily-edited and distorts what happened at the store several hours before Brown was killed. He alleged […]
What makes the video the source of ire for protesters is that after Brown’s death at the hands of Police Officer Darren Wilson, who was not charged in Brown’s death, police released surveillance footage from the Ferguson Market, allegedly showing Brown pushing one of the clerks—participating in what the police called a “strong-armed robbery”—and supposedly justifying the officer's use of force against the unarmed teen.
The Missouri city and DOJ officials are nearing a reform deal that will likely effect change and overhaul "unconstitutional" policing.
Just a day after the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death, the city of Ferguson was placed in a state of emergency, leaving many to realize not much…
As a community grapples with the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown and yet another Black male shot by police in Ferguson, Missouri,…
Police arrested several people late Monday in Ferguson after claiming protesters refused to leave West Florissant Avenue