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Ferguson boils as police arrest 80 rioters who torched cars and buildings after grand jury decided not to indict killer cop

The streets of Ferguson, Missouri (USA) were thrown into total chaos Tuesday (November 25) after rioters’ rage erupted over a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer, Darren Wilson who shot and killed a black teen (Michael Brown) on August 9, 2014.

The grand jury’s decision was based on evidence which included the testimony of 28-year-old Wilson after he shot the 18-year-old and never-before-seen photos of the officer’s injuries, clothing and car – leading to the jury deciding that ‘no probable cause exist’ to indict Wilson.

Mayhem broke out after the decision was made public with venting their feelings about racial injustice, given that Brown was black and Wilson is white.

 

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