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The FBI snooped on Black Lives Matter protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, newly released files suggest. It went beyond online surveillance and was justified by claims that a direct action protest was planned by known troublemakers.
The US has said it will call an emergency UNSC meeting to discuss the unrest in Iran, citing the need to support the protesters. Moscow says the move is hypocritical, given Washington’s own history of cracking down on protests.
A federal judge has denied redemption for the removal of a US Capitol painting depicting cops as violent pigs, stating the artist’s free-speech rights were not violated when the painting was removed after protests by Republicans.
Gunfire broke out after a car mowed down a protester in Ferguson, Missouri on the second anniversary of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. Several people were injured, at least one person seriously.
A veteran Miami, Florida police officer has been named the new chief of police in the beleaguered Missouri city of Ferguson. The newly appointed African-American chief has two decades of experience.
Ferguson, Missouri has approved a police-reform deal negotiated with the US Department of Justice (DoJ). The effort to overhaul the city’s policing practices stems from the 2014 police killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown.
There can be no changes to the police reform deal between the US government and Ferguson, the Department of Justice said after the Missouri city asked for seven amendments. The agency has filed a lawsuit over the issue.
The improper use of snipers, poor communication, and the removal of officer nameplates are among the errors made by Ferguson police in the weeks following the Michael Brown shooting, says a new Justice Department report.
The new municipal judge in Ferguson has recalled all arrest warrants issued before 2015. The decision gives many residents of the troubled Missouri city a fresh start, just days before a court reform law is to take effect.