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Hours of turmoils erupts in the city of Ferguson, Missouri after a grand jury decides not to indict Darren Wilson in the unarmed death of Michael Brown. Angered protestors take to the street immediatly leaving nearly 10 businesses damaged by fire and 61 people were arrested.
Chris Holmes suffers a head injury from angry protestors shortly after appearing at a protest in Ferguson, Mo. Behind him armed officers secure an area soon after a QuikTrip gas station was set to fire by raged protestors on August 10th 2014 in Ferguson, MO. Chris states "I walked passed the Quik Trip and thats when someone threw something that hit me in the head and they took my phone."
A rally is held outside of the Ferguson Police Department on August 11th 2014 in response to the unarmed death of 18 year old Michael Brown by Ferguson law enforcement.
Tons of Mike Brown supporters appear at a vigil in St Louis, Missouri.
Michael Andrew Kyles, 35, expresses his resentment of angered looters who burned down a QuikTrip gas station located in Ferguson, Mo. He believes that looting is the wrong way to get justice for Michael Brown, August 12th 2014
During a rally at the Greater Saint Mark Missionary Baptist church, guests raised their hand in prayer in response to the death of Michael Brown on Aug 12 2014 in Ferguson, Mo.
During a rally at the Greater Saint Mark Missionary Baptist church, the Rev. Al Sharpton signs protestors up to organize peacefully. Here he requests "disciples of justice" to approach the front of the stage. Edward Redden, 26, was one of the first to approach the stage. Here Edward throws his fists in the air. He states it means "we are standing behind the family of Michael Brown and we are standing for justice and peace."
Michael Brown's mother, Lesley McSpadden, mourns the death of her son while Political leaders address the public at the Old Courthouse in St Louis, Mo on August 12th 2014
The Rev. Al Sharpton raises his hands at the Old Courthouse in St Louis, Mo on August 12th 2014. His raised hands symbolizes the death of the unarmed Michael Brown by Ferguson Law enforcement.
In expectation of a Grand Jury Announcement, Protestors fill the street in front of the Ferguson Police department on Monday November 24th 2014.
Officers stand guard as they watch to ensure that citizens protest legally, once the fate of Officer Darren Wilson is announced.
The Grand Jury decides that Darren Wilson will not be indicted for the unarmed death of Michael Brown. His Mother, Lesley McSpadden, bursts into tears as the verdict is announced.
As a Police squad car burns to the ground, officers clear the streets using tear gas to deter protestors from disruptive behavior. Here a protestor walk with their hands up as officers attempt to clear the streets of Ferguson, Missouri. Riots transpired early into the next morning.