Michael Brown’s father seeks to reopen son’s case

On the fifth anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, his father is urging the top St. Louis County prosecutor to reopen the investigation into the white police officer who fatally shot the black and unarmed 18-year-old. (Aug. 9)

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Ferguson Commission member Felicia Pulliam discusses the fallout from the Michael Brown shooting

Felicia Pulliam recognizes that more than a half-century after the civil rights movement, race relations in the U.S. have a long way to go. But she believes events in Ferguson helped move things forward. Pulliam, who is black, is a longtime advocate for racial equity and unity. She was among the 16 people appointed to the Ferguson Commission convened by then-Gov. Jay Nixon to address the racial problems in the St. Louis region that were thrust into the spotlight after Michael Brown’s death.

Mayor James Knowles III talks about how Michael Brown’s death changed Ferguson

James Knowles III, who is white, was re-elected to a third three-year term last year. He said the election was evidence that despite those who speak out at council meetings, he has plenty of support, including in the black community. Knowles, 40, is proud of the work Ferguson has done to reform its police and court practices, reforms that he points out began weeks after Brown’s death, long before they were mandated by a 2016 agreement with the Justice Department. The Ferguson Police Department drew heavy criticism in 2014 for many reasons: It had only three black officers out of 53 in a city that is two-thirds African American. Police were accused of racial profiling in traffic stops, of treating blacks with aggression. Today, Knowles said, the department is almost evenly split between white and black officers. Officers now wear body cameras. They’re more involved with people rather than just reacting to crime.

Filmmaker Chris Phillips talks about the impact of Michael Brown’s death

As unrest grew in Ferguson, many people across the country were getting their news not from traditional media but from online video, including livestreaming.
Filmmaker Chris Phillips was among those providing that content, in part because, for him, it was personal: He was black and lived at the time in Canfield Green Apartments, near where Brown was killed.
Phillips, now 38, didn’t fully grasp the magnitude of the shooting until the next day.
For the next several months, Phillips and other videographers were a constant presence at the protests, capturing images of police in riot gear and armed with military weapons clashing with demonstrators.

Activist Josh Brown speaks about the impact of Michael Brown’s death

Josh Williams’ mother drove Michael Brown’s school bus. In 2014, Williams and Brown were both 18 and knew each other, though not well. Williams said he was shaken by his death.
Williams, who is black, took to the streets of Ferguson the night after the shooting and stayed there for the months of protests that followed. He lived in a tent most of the time along West Florissant Avenue.
In December 2014, Antonio Martin was killed in a confrontation with police at a gas station in Berkeley, near Ferguson. In what he called a fit of anger during a protest, Williams grabbed a few things from the store and set fire to a trash can.
The crime was captured by a TV news crew, and Williams was arrested the next day. He was convicted and sentenced to eight years in prison. His only prior arrests were for disturbances related to protests.
Now 23, Williams is housed in a prison southwest of St. Louis. He said he spends much of his time counseling other prisoners, helping them prepare for life once they get out.

Michael Brown’s father speaks about his son’s 2014 death

When Michael Brown Sr. got that call about a shooting on Canfield Drive, he tried not to believe that it could be his son. Brown, now 41, arrived to find a sheet over the body. Maybe it wasn’t Michael, he thought. Then he saw the cap. A month earlier, father and son wore matching Cardinals caps at the father’s wedding. Michael’s cap lay on the ground next to the body.

Impact of Brown’s death still felt in Ferguson

Five years after Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, the town has seen changes but some residents wonder if enough has been done. (August 8)

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Michael Brown’s Mother Running For City Council

(10 Aug 2018) The mother of Michael Brown announces she will run for a seat on the Ferguson City Council. This comes at the same time she is pressing Missouri’s governor to reopen the investigation into her son’s 2014 death. (Aug. 10)

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This Was St. Louis The Night A Cop Was Acquitted Of A Black Man’s Murder (HBO)

For the Rev. Clinton Stancil, of Wayman AME Church, the Jason Stockley trial was a chance for a do-over. Three years ago, religious leaders in the St. Louis area stumbled through their response to the police killing of Michael Brown in 2014 and the weeks of violent protest that followed. They were slow to engage with the young protesters who were out in the streets; by the time they did, their calls for peace and calm were often met with complaints that they were old and out of touch.

Last week, with the verdict looming in yet another killing of a black man by a white cop — Stockley shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith in 2011, after a car chase — Stancil was eager to take another approach.

He and his fellow clergy members wanted to be more organized in their response, should Stockley be acquitted. And they preemptively rejected the requests of state officials that they help keep a lid on protests, saying they would stand solidly with demonstrators rather than tell them what to do. “Any decision rendered by you other than a guilty verdict will make you liable for any ensuing unrest or acts of aggression,” Stancil said in a statement signed by several other local clergy. “In biblical terms, ‘The blood will be on your hands.’”

On Friday, VICE News Tonight was there with Stancil as Stockley was found not guilty — and as the ensuing protests that day turned into violence that night.

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Cops Getting Caught On Video Hasn’t Led To More Convictions (HBO)

Jason Stockley, the former Missouri police officer who shot and killed Anthony Lamar Smith in 2011, on Friday became the latest cop to be acquitted of murder in spite of video that showed Stockley saying he would kill Smith before shooting him at close range multiple times.

The acquittal was expected to trigger protests in St. Louis, just a few miles from Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael Brown was shot and killed by police in 2014.

While video evidence from body cameras, dash cameras, surveillance cameras, and mobile phones has increased the frequency with which cops are charged with murder and manslaughter since 2015, it is not leading to more convictions. VICE News’ Isabella McKinley Corbo reports:

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Ferguson Election & Russia Protests: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the full episode from April 3, 2017, of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Nearly a thousand people were detained during a week of mass anti-corruption protests in Russia last week, we went to Moscow to meet a family being reunited. Plus, a report on Ferguson’s first mayoral election since the shooting death of Michael Brown. And, an acclaimed new video game allows players to become anything – and everything – in our interconnected universe. Dexter Thomas plays the video game with creator David O’Reilly. Also, April Fools in the era of fake news.

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A Look Back At The Violence In Ferguson: Talking Heads

VICE News and the New York Review of Books have partnered to create Talking Heads, a series about the big issues of the day as seen by the Review’s distinguished contributors.

In this episode, Darryl Pinckney discusses his essay “In Ferguson.” He visited Ferguson, Missouri, in November, when a grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. The dissatisfaction Pinckney felt as he followed news coverage of events in the area compelled him to visit and bear witness. Once on the ground, he discovered that despite sometimes violent expressions of anger within the community, the danger he felt was always from the police.

VICE News invited Pinckney to our studios to discuss the civil rights movement awakened by Ferguson.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – December 15, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Turkish police raid media outlets critical of President Erdogan, International Criminal Court suspends war crimes investigation in Sudan’s Darfur region, Syrian activists show support for U.S. protests against police violence, and first-ever commercial drone expo promotes non-military applications of the technology.

TURKEY
Police Raid Media Outlets Supportive of Erdogan Opponent
Two dozen people were arrested on Sunday as the government steps up a crackdown on supporters of U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gülen.

SUDAN
International Criminal Court Halts Probe Into Darfur War Crimes
The prosecutor said resources needed to be shifted to other crises in the region because the UN Security Council had done little to bring those implicated to justice.

SYRIA
Activists Rally in Solidarity With U.S. Protests Against Police Brutality
Residents of Kafr Nabl showed their support as tens of thousands gathered in several American cities to protest against recent grand jury decisions not to indict police officers involved in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

U.S.A.
Commercial Drone Expo Attracts Thousands in Los Angeles
Companies promoted non-military uses such as delivery of medication to remote areas.

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The Night After the Decision: State of Emergency – Ferguson, Missouri (Dispatch 11)

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On November 24, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.

In Dispatch 11, Vice News roamed the streets of Ferguson the day after widespread arson and looting occurred in response to the announcement, as the evening begins with a stand-off between protesters and police outside the Ferguson Police Department — now heavily guarded by National Guard troops.

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A City Reacts: State of Emergency – Ferguson, Missouri (Dispatch 10)

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On November 24, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown. VICE News correspondent Danny Gold was on the ground in Ferguson to cover the community’s reaction to the announcement.

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Ferguson, Missouri: Highlights from VICE News Live Coverage – November 24, 2014

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On November 24, St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown. VICE News correspondent Danny Gold was on the ground in Ferguson to cover the community’s violent reaction to the announcement.

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Raw Coverage from Ferguson After Grand Jury Decision

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VICE News reporter Danny Gold reported live from the streets of Ferguson to report on the community’s reaction to the grand jury verdict in the case of Darren Wilson and Michael Brown.

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Residents Anxiously Await Grand Jury: State of Emergency – Ferguson, Missouri (Dispatch 8)

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In Dispatch 8, VICE News returns to Ferguson, Missouri, where the community is on edge as it awaits a grand jury decision over whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August 9 shooting death of Michael Brown.

VICE News meets a group of young men who live in the apartment complex where Brown was killed, visits a local gun store that has seen a sharp uptick in sales, and speaks with residents who are arming themselves in preparation for the grand jury decision.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – October 7, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Kurdish fighters stand ground against ISIS push into Kobani, Search resumes for Japan volcano survivors, a musical protest for Michael Brown, US college offers gamer scholarships.

SYRIA
Kurdish Fighters Battle ISIS Near Turkish Border
Outgunned Kurdish fighters stand ground in the Syrian border town of Kobani against invading Islamic State militants.

JAPAN
Japanese Troops Search for Volcano Survivors
After heavy rains, Japanese search and rescue crews resume hunt for volcano survivors.

ST. LOUIS
Audience Sings Civil Rights Song for Michael Brown
Protestors interrupt St Louis Symphony Orchestra performance with songs for the unarmed black teenager killed by police in August.

PITTSBURGH
University to Offer Athletic Scholarship for Video Gamers
Robert Morris University is now offering athletic scholarships to video gamers.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 26, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: man killed in Chile while handling homemade bomb, Myanmar releases more than 100 child soldiers, Israeli police restrict Palestinian access to Al Aqsa mosque, and Ferguson police chief issues apology to Michael Brown’s family.

CHILE
Failed Bomb Attack Kills Man in Santiago
A cell phone video shows the 29-year-old after the bomb exploded in his hands.

MYANMAR
Military Releases More than 100 Child Soldiers
The UN claims kids are still being recruited despite a 2012 pact to stop the practice.

ISRAEL
Police Block Palestinian Women From Entering Al Aqsa Mosque
Spokeswoman says their chanting is disruptive to tourists and Jewish visitors.

U.S.A.
Ferguson Police Chief Apologizes to Michael Brown’s Family
​Tom Jackson addresses handling of the teen’s body and the community’s distrust for law enforcement.​
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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September, 2 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Ebola keeps civil servants at home for another month, Ferguson police officers begin wearing body cameras, former Iranian vice president indicted but it isn’t clear on what charges, and abalone found off Tasmania’s coast could provide improved treatment for herpes virus.

LIBERIA ​
Ebola Keeps Government and Schools Closed ​
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf extends order for civil servants to stay at home.

U.S.A.
Ferguson Police ​Receive​ ​​ Body Cameras​
​Private security firms donated the equipment following weeks of protests against the department over the death of Michael Brown.

IRAN
Government Quiet About Former Vice President’s Legal Trouble ​
State media reports Mohammad Reza Rahimi​ has been fined and sentenced to prison time, but officials haven’t formally announced the charges against him.

AUSTRALIA
Sea Snail’s Blue Blood Could Stave Off Herpes ​
Scientists​ want to develop a new treatment for the virus using a protein discovered to have preventative qualities.
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Exclusive: The Man Who Live-Tweeted Michael Brown’s Death (Dispatch 7)

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On August 9, 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. His death sparked two weeks of peaceful protests and some riots, as well as a massive mobilization of police and military in the St. Louis suburb.

Several people witnessed Brown’s death, with some saying that the young man had his hands raised up when he was killed — a gesture that became a symbol of the protests, along with the slogan, “Hands up, don’t shoot!”

Emanuel Freeman, 19, was in his basement apartment on Canfield Drive on August 9 when he heard gunfire. From his window, he watched and live tweeted the last minutes of Brown’s life, leaving behind a testimony that went viral on social media. So far, Freeman says he has spoken only with the FBI about what he saw. Now he has chosen to put his testimony to music — the medium through which he says he is most comfortable expressing himself. Lyrics by Emanuel Freeman, sound by Elijah Loyd.

VICE News caught up with Freeman for an exclusive interview, and to hear the tribute he wrote for Mike Brown.

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RAW COVERAGE: From the Funeral for Mike Brown

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VICE News provided live coverage from Mike Brown’s funeral. On the afternoon of August 9, police officer Darren Wilson shot to death 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Today, after over two weeks of protests and police action in the wake of his killing, his funeral took place.

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Marching for Change: State of Emergency – Ferguson, Missouri (Dispatch 6)

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Rallies, marches, and protests continued in Ferguson and Saint Louis ahead of Michael Brown’s funeral today. VICE News spent the weekend speaking to people about what’s next for the city and the movement against police brutality and racism.

On Saturday, NAACP members and supporters marched through Ferguson. On Sunday, the annual Saint Louis “Peace Fest” turned into a tribute to the slain teenager attended by community leaders, Brown’s family, and the parents of Trayvon Martin — who spoke with the crowd about ending all violence, not just that perpetrated by police.

Residents and activists pledged to carry on their fight for justice beyond Brown’s burial, while the teen’s father asked the public for a day of “silence” — and no protests — today.

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