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Protester: 'There's A Lot Of Chaos Going On' After Grand Jury Decision Announced

Nov 24, 2014

Friday afternoon, Ron Johnson of Missouri State Highway Patrol asks protester to keep the peace in Ferguson over the course of the night.
Credit Durrie Bouscaren / St. Louis Public Radio

In a special, live evening edition of "St. Louis on the Air," we discussed the grand jury's decision regarding the August shooting death of Michael Brown by police Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson.

Guests

  • William "Bill" Freivogel (@bfreivogel), professor at Southern Illinois University–Carbondale's Paul Simon Public Policy Institute. We talked to Freivogel at noon Monday as part of our legal roundtable.
  • David Klinger, criminal justice professor at the University of Missouri–St. Louis and a former Los Angeles police officer.
  • The Rev. Willis Johnson (@FWillisJohnson), pastor of Wellspring Church in Ferguson.
  • Mike Wolff (@MikeWolffSLU), dean of the Saint Louis University law school and a former Missouri Supreme Court judge.
  • Larry Fellows III (@geeknstereo), a Ferguson protester.
  • St. Louis Public Radio reporters Willis Ryder Arnold (@WillisRArnold) on-the-scene in Ferguson and Emanuele Berry (@Emanuelewithane) in St. Louis' Shaw neighborhood.

A few highlights from Monday night's conversations:

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