Policeman who killed D. Brown in Ferguson quits

Agent Darren Wilson, whom a jury decided not to charge for the death of the young Afro-American Michael Brown Ferguson (USA) took the decision to resign to his office by “credible threats” against the local police department and other officers. Wilson resigned after...

Protests over Brown case spread for the second night in the United States

For the second consecutive night, thousands of people demonstrated in the US to claim for the decision of a grand jury of acquitting the white policeman who killed the Afroamerican teenager Michael Brown last August in Ferguson, Missouri. In New York, the police used pepper spray...

Police who killed Michael Brown says he has “clear conscience”

The white police officer who killed an unarmed young African-American last August in the city of Ferguson and who was not charged by justice, said this Tuesday he has “clear conscience” and that he would act again the same way. Darren Wilson said he feared for his...

2,200 National Guard soldiers are deployed in Ferguson by protests

The Missouri Governor Jay Nixon ordered on Tuesday the deployment of more than 2,000 soldiers in Ferguson, center of the U.S., after meeting the second day of protests across the country, due to the ruling that found free of charges the white policeman who killed the young...

Ferguson: Policeman who killed young African American will not be judged

The American police Darren Wilson who shot dead an unarmed young African American last August in Ferguson (Missouri), will not face criminal charges, the prosecutor announced yesterday. Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the decision of a grand jury after three months of...

Father of gunned down in Ferguson calls day of silence

The father of the African-American of 18 years old who died after being shot by a white police in Ferguson, urged on Sunday, August 24, to save a “day of silence” while his son is buried on Monday. “Tomorrow all I want is peace,” said Mr. Michael Brown to...

Ferguson protests continue after National Guard deployment

About 31 prisoners and two bullet wounds were the result in Ferguson, Missouri, in a new night of shootings on Monday. After 10 pm,  bottles and Molotov cocktails launches began against the police. The agents would have used tear gas and acoustic devices that emit painful sounds...