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Ferguson Chief Apologizes to Brown Family, Protesters

Ferguson, Missouri, Police Chief Thomas Jackson apologized Thursday to the parents of Michael Brown, as well as to any peaceful protesters who feel he didn't do "enough to protect their constitutional right to protest." More Here.

September 25, 2014

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kevCopAz @ 9/25/2014 10:37 PM

what a load of crap, heard nothing about the family of the injured officer who have been threatened, nothing about the injury to the officer and thanking him for putting himself on the line everyday. What a Puss! This was a one sided As- kiss attempt at shaving his own butt! Hope he gets a job as a left leaning ACLU rep since he apparently is leaning that direction ! Glad he was a street officer, what a non cop!

Hope they can him and get a Chief that can act like a leader.

Captain @ 9/29/2014 9:08 AM

CNN again showed how the facts are as they report them. Chief Johnson or Chief Jackson, they used both names. Why not report on the rioting and looting that took place, instead they focused on the law enforcement and their response

Richard Hightower @ 9/29/2014 12:25 PM

What a POS -- hope the door hits him hard on his ass on his way out!

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