Ben Kesling

Wall Street Journal

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Reporter for the Wall Street Journal; former Marine Corps Infantry officer

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Yesterday, in the wake of a  scathing report  about by the Justice Department, the beleaguered chief of police in Ferguson, Missouri resigned.

Police Chief Believes Ferguson Police Shooter Associated to Protests

Yesterday, in the wake of a scathing report about by the Justice Department, the beleaguered chief of police in Ferguson, Missouri resigned.

from To the Point

For more than 10 days, heavily armed officers in body armor and SWAT vehicles have clashed with protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.

Escalation of Violence in Ferguson Missouri

For more than 10 days, heavily armed officers in body armor and SWAT vehicles have clashed with protesters in Ferguson, Missouri.

from To the Point

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