However, Knowles says he feels like he’s being left in the dark by the DOJ, which he says is not a good first step toward the goal of rebuilding trust between the community and law enforcement in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting.
“Remember the hypocrisy here. The NFL and the Rams were on the phone with the St. Louis Police Department every day last week, wanting assurances that their players and their fans would be protected from the violent elements in these protests,” Roorda said.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, November 5 – Live from Faraci’s Pizza in Ferguson MO; Hancock & Kelley on Post-Election Results; Mike Shannon
Charlie and Debbie broadcast LIVE from FARACI’S PIZZA in Ferguson Missouri with Political Strategists John Hancock and Michael Kelley; and with Libby Davidson from the Purina Shelter Team and Nanette Martin of Shelter Me Photography. Charlie with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with CBS News Correspondent Howard Arenstein with national election results; and with SLU Political Science Professor Ken Warren on more local post-election results.
Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson joins Mark to respond to allegations that he may resign as well as Attorney General Eric Holder’s comments about the Ferguson police department.
KMOX Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne discusses the latest on the death of Oscar Taveras.
The Brew Hub announces plans to open a a $20 million Chesterfield brewery. Tim Schoen is the company’s founder and CEO.
President Obama will lay out his strategy for defeating ISIS militants in a speech on Wednesday. What is he likely to say? What should the response be? CBS News National Security Consultant Colonel Jeff McCausland joins us.
Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer discusses ISIS.
How worried should we be by the Islamic militant group ISIS? CBS News Military Affairs Consultant Major Mike Lyons joins us.
John Rooney discusses the strong pitching and the progress of Yadier Molina and Michael Wacha.