Monday, November 17, 2014

Ferguson protest figure says violent elements could derail peaceful message

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Ferguson protest figure says violent elements could derail peaceful message

image Patricia Bynes, a longtime presence on protest scenes from Ferguson to Clayton, said the group Lost Voices threatened her after she told the news media that members of the group recently beat up a man at a meeting. Meanwhile, police are monitoring a Twitter account directed at Ferguson protesters which has included a video on how to make a bomb, as well as a reward for information on the whereabouts of Darren Wilson, the Ferguson officer who shot Michael Brown in a confrontation Aug. 9.

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