Ferguson Police: Respect the Rights of ALL Residents

Photo by Scott Olson/Getty ImagesIt started on August 9, 2014 when unarmed teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson, MO. The community took to the streets, but police responded with heavy-handed tactics – including tear gas and rubber bullets – to quell protests.

Whether someone is jaywalking or protesting, police cannot use unnecessary or excessive force - period.

Tell Missouri officials to take immediate steps to investigate police conduct and avoid unnecessary force. Read More.

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Message Recipients: Thomas Jackson, Ferguson Police Chief; Office of Colonel Ronald K. Replogle, Superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol
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