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Highway Protest Postponed, But Blockade Forms Anyway

(Ferguson, MO) -- Protest over the shooting death of Michael Brown are continuing in Ferguson. A protest scheduled for Monday which had been put on hold at the request of Brown's family, was ignored by several protestors. They decided to block traffic on I-270 near Florissant. The group's demands include dismissing Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who gunned down Brown, and removing St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch from the investigation.

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