Tonight we're going to delve into the killing of Michael Brown, the 18-year old who was killed at the hands of a Missouri police officer 5-days ago.
As time goes on, more information is being released by the police department and media.
Today we hear that Michael Brown was a "Strong Armed Robbery" suspect. But does this give an officer the right to gun this young man down in the streets, after it was clear by witnesses that he was surrendering with his hands up? And what about the reported bruises to the face of the officer? How did he get these bruises, and why hasn't that been released yet?
This is a volitile situation, and people have questions. Where do you think this case will go?
Join us tonight (Friday, 8/15/2014) at 9:30pmPDT/ 11:30pm CDT/12:30am EDT, to discuss the police shooting death of this unarmed black teenager in Missouri, and the additional details as they are released.
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