Damned If They Do?: Tapper Rips Ferguson Police For Heavy Presence

During what the Huffington Post called "an impassioned monologue," CNN's Jake Tapper blasted the Ferguson police for a show of force during a protest Monday night. On one side of a downtown street flanked by businesses, the camera reveals a large group of protesters. A block or two away, on the other side of street, sat a line of armed and uniformed police officers carrying shields, batons, and semi-automatic weapons.
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Damned If They Do?: Tapper Rips Ferguson Police For Heavy Presence

During what the Huffington Post called "an impassioned monologue," CNN's Jake Tapper blasted the Ferguson police for a show of force during a protest Monday night. On one side of a downtown street flanked by businesses, the camera reveals a large group of protesters. A block or two away, on the other side of street, sat a line of armed and uniformed police officers carrying shields, batons, and semi-automatic weapons. 19 Aug 2014

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