Ferguson Tensions Simmer As Support For Officer Darren Wilson Grows

Опубликовано 23 августа 2014, 20:16
Two weeks have passed since the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, by white police officer Darren Wilson, and after more than a week of protests, intermittent looting, controversial police crowd-control tactics and international media attention, tensions between police and protesters on the ground have mostly calmed.
But despite the National Guard's withdrawal from the area on Thursday, and fewer protesters and media populating the streets, developments around the fate of the community, Wilson and some of his fellow officers continue to unfold.