US Officials Clear Officer in Ferguson Shootingi
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March 05, 2015 4:16 AM
Officials in the United States announced on Wednesday that a police officer who fatally shot a teenager in the central state of Missouri, triggering protests around the country, will not face federal charges. But a parallel investigation of the town's police department shows evidence of a deeply biased and unjust agency the government says put at risk the very residents it was tasked with protecting. VOA's Victoria Macchi has more from Washington.

US Officials Clear Officer in Ferguson Shooting

Published March 04, 2015

Officials in the United States announced on Wednesday that a police officer who fatally shot a teenager in the central state of Missouri, triggering protests around the country, will not face federal charges. But a parallel investigation of the town's police department shows evidence of a deeply biased and unjust agency the government says put at risk the very residents it was tasked with protecting. VOA's Victoria Macchi has more from Washington.


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