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Police are to protect the interests of the public. Military are to protect the interests of the state. Which is happening in #Ferguson?— Aaron Russin (@aaronrussin) August 14, 2014
Be clear ...we have a right to protest & assemble. That doesn't give police the right to tear gas & rubber bullets #Ferguson— jamalbryant (@jamalhbryant) August 14, 2014
If they take away freedom of protest/press, it's not really America anymore. And if it's not America in #Ferguson, it's not America anywhere— Rachel Held Evans (@rachelheldevans) August 14, 2014
Americans have the right to assemble, even if it is dark, even if they are black, even if they are angry. #Ferguson— Dave Foley (@DaveSFoley) August 14, 2014
It's against international law to use tear gas in a war. So why it's it OK for police to use it against 30 peaceful protesters in #Ferguson?— AnotherObamaMamaAZ (@ObamaOyeah) August 14, 2014