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Thunderstorms, counter-protesters and calm on Ferguson's streets
Thunderstorms, counter-protesters and calm on Ferguson's streets

What began as a calm evening in Ferguson with small groups of protesters walking along West Florissant Avenue chanting in unison, "Hands up, don't shoot," briefly turned confrontational when a Missouri couple arrived with posters in support of the police officer who killed Michael Brown.  "People never hear the other side," said the woman, who would give only her first name, Dawn. Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson shot Brown, 18, on Aug. 9, touching off nearly two weeks of unrest and racial tension in this mostly black St. Louis suburb. Wilson is white and Brown was black.   Both Dawn and her husband, Chuck, held signs that read, "Justice for...

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