Angry Ferguson Protesters: They Promised Us $5,000 a Month
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Protesters who looted, rioted, burned buildings, and overturned police cars in Ferguson, Missouri, last year were promised payment of up to $5,000 per month to join the protests. But organizers stiffed them, resulting in new protests to demand payment. [Full Story]
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Angry Ferguson Protesters: They Promised Us $5,000 a Month
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