August 18th, 2014
11:29 PM ET

Are the police selectively releasing evidence in the Michael Brown investigation?

The release of surveillance video that shows an alleged robbery involving Michael Brown just before the shooting has enflamed tensions in Ferguson. Now serious questions are being asked about the decision to make that video public while keeping other parts of the investigation private. Anderson pressed for answers when he spoke with Detective Gabe Crocker, who is the President of the Saint Louis County Police Association.

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  1. boysmatter

    A better question is, "Are undercover agents agitating the situation in Ferguson as they did in the Oakland and New York Occupy Movements?"

    August 19, 2014 at 1:48 pm |

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