Saturday’s ‘National March on Ferguson’ provides forum for outside groups


As demonstrations in Ferguson, Mo., quickly turned to rioting, many suggested that it was “outside agitators” from out of town who were causing the most trouble, inciting violence and antagonizing police.

Tomorrow, there will be plenty of outside agitators in Ferguson as the town hosts a massive “National March on Ferguson” featuring international, national and local speakers. Don’t expect a lot of quiet contemplation.!/msugrl33/status/505483007059570688!/TheFinalCall/status/505439997625786368

Civil disobedience scheduled for Monday.!/sdkstl/status/505472313739866114

Speaking of people with other agendas…!/AnonUtah/status/505200003963293696!/stlpsc/status/505454974524870657!/bassem_masri/status/505452510878773249

Palestine contingent? Why not.!/AntonioFrench/status/505514287591591936

Speaking of turf battles, Patricia Bynes, Democratic Committeewoman of Ferguson Township, is encouraging St. Louis alderman Antonio French to lay off of the national focus and pay attention to his own ward.!/Patricialicious/status/505515416534659072!/Patricialicious/status/505516014604668928!/Patricialicious/status/505516724968759298!/TheShonte/status/505522269557252097

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