Protesters gather in Ferguson to remember 1st anniversary of Michael Brown killing (VIDEO)

Saturday, August 8, 2015
By Paul Martin
8 Aug, 2015

Hundreds of ralliers gathered in the town of Ferguson to commemorate the killing of unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown. The 18 year old was killed by police officer Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014, which led to riots and unrest across the country.

The rally passed off peacefully on Friday night, as hundreds of mainly black demonstrators came to the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. While there was no sign of the trouble that dogged the town last year, there was still plenty of pent-up frustration and tense feelings amongst those who took to the streets.

“I don’t trust the law, I don’t trust the system. The system is a farce,” shouted one protester into his megaphone, which was inscribed with the words, “America does not care about black poverty.”

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