A Justice Department report summary has found across-the-board flaws in police’s response last summer to the protests in Ferguson, including antagonizing crowds and violating free-speech rights.
Circuit Court Judge Joan Moriarty issued a temporary restraining order against Jeffry Smith of Cincinnati, or anyone acting with him, from entering zoo property in possession of a firearm or any other lethal weapon – whether open or concealed.
Missouri laws may not allow police to keep the protest outside the Saint Louis Zoo’s walls.
While there were supporters, the Union protesters made it difficult to hear the Rauner’s message. Protesters shouted “Go home, Go home!” while Rauner spoke.
St. Louis NAACP leader Aldolphus Pruitt agrees with the investigation into police who used tasers on two protesters arrested on Washington Avenue.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, six protesters were arrested.
Several shots were fired as protestors gathered at West Florissant and Canfield, near where Michael Brown was shot in August.
The Missouri National Guard referred to protestors in Ferguson last year as “enemy forces” and “adversaries,” according to documents obtained by CNN.
“There is more racism in the Justice Department than there is in anywhere I see in the St. Louis area,” Kinder said.
Rev. Al Sharpton told MSNBC on Thursday that it’s too early to tell if any of the protesters were behind the shooting.