"It's the apology people in Ferguson and around the nation have been waiting to hear," said Ana Cabrera, detailing the recent, public acknowledgement of error, as made via video by embattled Missouri cop Thomas Jackson.
This week, the CNN reporter spoke exclusively to the Ferguson Police Chief about lessons learned in the Michael Brown saga, asking Jackson how he responds to those calling for his resignation.
To hear Cabrera's interview, including Jackson's answers to his outspoken critics, click the above video.
Anger at police in Ferguson exploded into nights of violent protest following the shooting death of Michael Brown. There is still plenty of anger aimed at the man whose convened a grand jury looking into Officer Darren Wilson's actions. Residents question why Bob McCulloch made that move and whether his personal history is linked to the decision. Ana Cabrera sat down for a rare interview with Mr. McCulloch.
For the first time since the Washington landslide, authorities are allowing an up close look at the search area. It is a heartbreaking scene, at least 28 people died there and 22 others are still missing. There are nearly 600 people combing the scene, and in some areas the mud is 70 feet deep. Ana Cabrera got a first hand look.
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