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The same pair is also indicted for purchasing two pistols under false pretenses.[112] On November 24, the grand jury decided not to indict Wilson in the shooting death of Brown.[113] Following the announcement of the grand jury's decision, Michael Brown's stepfather Louis Head yelled to the crowd of protesters in front of the police department: "Burn this bitch down!"[114] There were peaceful protests as well as rioting. A dozen buildings were burned down; there was gunfire, looting, vandalism, and destruction of two St. Louis County Police patrol cars, as well as burning of various non-police cars.[115][116][117] Police in Ferguson deployed tear gas and ordered protesters in the street to disperse. There were 61 people arrested in Ferguson on charges including burglary and trespassing. In one case, firefighters evacuated the scene of a fire due to gunshots being heard, and for the same reason could not respond to other fires.[118][119] On November 25, the body of 20-year-old DeAndre Joshua was found inside a parked car within a few blocks of where Brown was killed. Police initially classified the death as suspicious, later ruling it a homicide.[120] The man had been shot in the head and burned.[121] That same day, CNN reported that thousands of people rallied to protest the grand jury's decision in more than 170 U.S. cities from Boston to Los Angeles, and that National Guard forces were reinforced at Ferguson to prevent the situation from escalating.[122] At least 90 people were arrested for arson, looting, and vandalism in Oakland, California.[123] Protests also took place internationally, with demonstrations held in several major cities in Canada[124] and in London, United Kingdom.[125] Calls by protesters to boycott the Black Friday shopping day, which took place the Friday after the grand jury decision, were heeded in the St. Louis region, with hundreds of demonstrators disrupting shopping activity at the Saint Louis Galleria and other area shopping centers.[126] On November 27, Governor Nixon reportedly rejected calls for a new grand jury to decide whether to charge Wilson over Brown's killing.[127] December 2014 On December 2, Volunteer security guards close to the Oath Keepers keep their watch on Ferguson roofs, even after the police told them to stop doing so.[128] Related incidents Ray Albers St. Ann police officer Ray Albers, who was suspended for pointing his rifle at peaceful protesters[129] Ray Albers of the St. Ann Police Department was suspended indefinitely from his duties after an incident at a protest in Ferguson that was captured on video. According to St. Louis County police, he pointed a semi-automatic service rifle at peaceful protesters while using profanity and threatening to kill them.[130][131][132][133] Albers was recorded on video saying, "I will fucking kill you."[134][135] When asked to identify himself, Ray Albers replied, "Go fuck yourself."[134] This led the ACLU to write to law enforcement demanding action.[134][135] A repercussion of his actions was that while his identification was pending, Albers was widely referred to on Social Media as Officer Go Fuck Yourself.[134][136][137] Albers resigned eight days later on August 28.[138][139][140] Dan Page On August 22, St. Louis County Police officer Dan Page, who was filmed pushing CNN's Don Lemon, was relieved of duty after a video emerged of an inflammatory speech Page had given to the St. Louis and St. Charles chapter of the Oath Keepers.[141] He retired three days later.[140][142] Matthew Pappert Glendale police officer Matthew Pappert, who had patrolled in Ferguson during the protests, was suspended for controversial postings to Facebook, such as "[t]hese protesters should have been put down like a rabid dog the first night" and "[w]here is a Muslim with a backpack when you need him?" (referring to the Boston Marathon bombings).[143][144][145] Journalists in Ferguson claimed Pappert had threatened them.[144] Pappert was ultimately fired from the department after the conclusion of an internal investigation.[138][140] Kajieme Powell On August 19, Kajieme Powell, a 25-year-old African American man, was shot and killed by two St. Louis police officers several miles from Ferguson, in what police officials said a witness described as "suicide by cop".[146] The police initially issued a statement, based on witness reports, saying that Powell came within three or four feet of the officers, holding a knife in an overhand grip. Subsequently, the police released a cell phone video filmed by bystanders showing that Powell was not as close to the officers as first reported and he had his hands at his sides. Powell was advancing toward the officers with the knife, shouting "Shoot me, shoot me now" when he was shot multiple times, as documented in the video.[147] Lawsuit against police and local governments A $40 million federal lawsuit was filed on August 28 by five protesters who were arrested between August 11–13. It alleges that police officers used unnecessary force and made unjustified arrests.[148] Four more protesters were added as plaintiffs in October.[149] The lawsuit lists various police officials, officers, the Ferguson city government and the St. Louis county government as defendants.[148] Vonderrit Myers Jr. On October 8, 2014, Vonderrit Myers Jr. was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer in St. Louis. Police said he had a gun and shot at them, while family members and others said Meyers was only holding a sandwich.[150] Following the shooting, there were multiple nights of protests.[151][152] Forensic evidence later confirmed that Myers had gunshot residue on his right hand, shirt, and pants, indicating that he had fired a gun. Three bullets found at the scene are currently being tested to see if they matched Myers's gun.[153][154][155] The family's attorney noticed that police versions differ about the weapon Myers allegedly used: first, police mentioned a 9mm Ruger, and later a 9mm Smith & Wesson.[156] An independent autopsy by Dr. Cyril H. Wecht found that six of the eight wounds were at the back of the body.[157] Police investigators served Wecht with a subpoena for his results. The funeral was held on October 26.[158] Related developments Town hall meetings In order to develop dialogue between authorities and residents, a series of five town meetings in October and November have been set up by City leaders. The DOJ's Community Relations Service is involved and the meetings will be closed to the media and non-residents.[159] Voter registration It was (incorrectly) reported that 3,200 inhabitants (out of 21,000) had registered to vote in Ferguson since Michael Brown's death.[160] Later, the election board stated that the released numbers were inaccurate and only 128 new voter registrations occurred. The larger number was the total number of interactions with Ferguson voters, including address changes or other alterations.[161][162] Ferguson PR sub-contractor fired Devin James, a minority PR person, was fired by the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership. James worked directly with the Ferguson Police Chief and seems to be the one who suggested the video apology, among other things.[163] The Partnership was informed that James served a 90-day work farm sentence in 2009 for reckless homicide. During an armed robbery in 2004, he shot 8 times and killed one of his two assailants. Earlier in 2004, he was shot in the shoulder during another armed robbery. After a troubled youth, James managed to attend university, but the two robberies prevented him from obtaining a degree.[164] James kept his position on a pro bono basis. Injunction against "keep moving" rule at peaceful protests On September 29, the ACLU asked a federal court to order police to stop using the "keep moving" rule during protests in Ferguson, which prevented people from standing still under threat of arrest. St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar testified that the rule was meant to be used for the most volatile night protests during curfew and was mistakenly used by some officers at calm protests during the day.[165] On October 6, Chief Judge Catherine D. Perry, of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, ruled that "The practice of requiring peaceful demonstrators and others to walk, rather than stand still, violates the constitution," and issued an injunction against the practice for peaceful, law-abiding protesters in Ferguson.[166] Racial context According to The Washington Post, the incident sparked unrest in Ferguson largely due to questions of racism as a factor in the shooting.[167] Protests,[168] vandalism, and other forms of social unrest continued for more than a week,[169] with night curfew being imposed and escalated violence.[170][171] Several of the stores looted during the unrest are Asian American owned, with The Daily Beast writing that Asian Americans tend to be "left out" of the race relations discussion.[172] Also according to The Washington Post, the Ferguson Police Department "bears little demographic resemblance" to the mostly African-American community, which already harbored "suspicions of the law enforcement agency" preceding Brown's shooting, with 48 of the police force's 53 officers being white,[173] while the population is only one-third white and about two-thirds black.[167][174] An annual report last year by the office of Missouri's attorney general concluded that Ferguson police were "twice as likely to arrest African Americans during traffic stops as they were whites".[167] The Los Angeles Times argues that the situation that exploded in Ferguson "has been building for decades", and that protesters initially came from the town and neighboring towns that have pockets of poverty, the poorest of St. Louis, and lists "the growing challenge of the suburbanization of poverty" as the catalyst.[175] Another aspect of this situation might stem from a system that burdens the poor and black in Ferguson. Minor traffic offenses are the starting point, and the costs spiral up rapidly if the offenders do not pay the fines on time or do not appear in court. The income from court fines represented the second largest source of revenue for Ferguson in 2013. 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