DOJ: Teams of FBI Agents Talking to Ferguson Residents
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St. Louis, Mo. (KMOX) – The Justice Department says it has started talking to witnesses in connection with last Saturday’s shooting death of Ferguson teen Michael Brown by a police officer. Here is text from the statement emailed to the KMOX Newsroom.
“At the onset of our federal civil rights investigation, the Attorney General of the United States promised a thorough and complete investigation into the shooting death of Michael Brown. That investigation is proceeding. We can confirm that FBI agents, working together with attorneys from the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and US Attorney’s Office, have already conducted several interviews of witnesses on the scene at the time of the shooting. Over the next several days, teams of FBI agents will be canvassing the neighborhood where the shooting took place to identify any individuals who may have information related to the shooting and have not yet come forward. We ask for the public’s cooperation and patience, and again urge anyone with information related to the shooting to contact the FBI. The FBI can be reached at (800) CALL-FBI, option 4.”
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