Chris King

St. Louis American

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Managing editor of the St. Louis American, an African-American weekly newspaper

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A federal judge in Ferguson, Missouri ruled Monday that police there violated the Constitution by telling protesters they couldn’t stand still.

Ferguson Protests Continue, Two Months after Teen’s Death

A federal judge in Ferguson, Missouri ruled Monday that police there violated the Constitution by telling protesters they couldn’t stand still.

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