In the wake of the Ferguson grand jury decision, areas in the St. Louis suburb have been destroyed by people who have torched cars and burned down businesses. Once this is all over will there be anything left?
Tuesday was a day full of constant press conferences, meetings, and demonstrations in Ferguson following a night authorities were not prepared to handle. Elected officials promised things would be different this time, but unfortunately things might be worse.
Once the smoke had cleared after Monday night’s violent protests, Ferguson woke to rows of cars torched and businesses burned to the ground.
The Reverend Al Sharpton traveled to Ferguson to help quell some of the anger and Gov. Jay Nixon has authorized 2,200 National Guardsmen to be deployed in hopes of avoiding a repeat of the devastation that happened on Monday.
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