Ferguson council faces calls for reform

Larry Miller holds up his hands after speaking during a public comments portion at the first Ferguson City Council meeting since an officer shot Michael Brown. Image: Jeff Roberson/Associated PressCity leaders in Ferguson, Missouri, confronted demands for reform from an angry crowd on Tuesday night at their first public meeting since last month’s fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen by a white police officer ignited weeks of protests.

The atmosphere was charged from the opening minutes as members of a largely black audience that numbered in the hundreds shouted over remarks by city council members, rising out of their seats and chanting in solidarity.

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