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GALLERY: Protest follows Ferguson shooting, night of violence

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"We were ready to challenge any order to deny us peaceful assembly, " protest organizer Zaki Baruti said. Hundreds showed up in Ferguson on Monday morning to rally in protest over the killing of an unarmed black teenager Saturday afternoon. The march down South Florissant Road was followed by a tense face-to-face confrontation with police in riot gear. Photos by: KAREN ELSHOUT

Ferguson shooting

Protesters marched down South Florissant Road in Ferguson in reaction to the killing of an unarmed black teenager. Photo by Karen Elshout

Ferguson shooting

In this file photo, hundreds showed up in Ferguson to rally in protest over the killing of an unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. The march down South Florissant Road was followed by a tense face-to-face confrontation with police in riot gear. Photo by Karen Elshout

Ferguson shooting

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles, in blue shirt, listens to residents, including Nation of Islam representative James Muhammad, right, in this file photo.

Ferguson shooting

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  1. I’m from Jacksonville Florida and see these situations all the time, and it is very sad because for some reason the police force always justifies what they did!!!!! And the reality is they (police) are not trained correctly and they are scared so the only solution is to shoot an unarmed human being!!! Guarantee they will somehow justify this shooting and basically get away with murder!!!! It’s the government and they do whatever they want how ever they want and it’s ok!!! Because what they do they always tell a different story and get away with it!!!!! VERY SAD!!!! God Bless!!