Michael Brown Killing: Clergy And Youth To March On Prosecutor Bob McCullough’s Office

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[Community Announcement]

At 6:30 p.m. CT, clergy will gather at Schnuck’s at Ladue Crossing (8867 Ladue Road) in Clayton, Missouri, and march to the County Prosecutor Bob McCullough’s office at 100 South Central Avenue.

They are marching to demand justice for Michael Brown and long-term positive change to St. Louis. Demands include:

-An expedited Grand Jury hearing to indict Officer Darren Wilson

-The arrest of Officer Darren Wilson

-The assignment of a special prosecutor to try and prosecute the case

-A through investigation into the continued racial profiling reported by the NAACP in St. Louis County in the past year.

Following this march, the clergy will return to Ferguson to march down West Florissant in robes and vestments to stand in peaceful solidarity with the men, women and children of Ferguson, pausing to pray for peace at each Police staging area.

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