Author Topic: Justice Department Reportedly Asked Ferguson Cops Not To Release Alleged Robbery Video Of Slain Teen  (Read 187 times)

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Offline flowers

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http://www.businessinsider.com/feds-objected-to-the-release-of-alleged-michael-brown-robbery-tape-2014-8

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Police in Ferguson released a video tape allegedly showing slain teen Michael Brown robbing a store even though the Justice Department warned that doing so could inflame racial tensions, CNN is reporting.

Ferguson cops had wanted to release the video on Thursday but held off when federal officials asked them not to release the tape, an unnamed law enforcement official told CNN. That tape allegedly showed Brown stealing cigars from a convenience store before a police officer shot the unarmed 18-year-old in the street last weekend.

Despite holding off Thursday, Ferguson police still decided to release the tape Friday over the Justice Department's objections, according to CNN.

The Justice Department may have been correct about the effect the tape would have.


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 Seems holder was trying to cover up the truth........it seems they did want riots and violence. Why not in Chicago? Why is that city exempt from anything on whitehousemedia?



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