Take a good look at the results of the violent public disturbance and the anticipated unrestrained actions of expressing objection to justice in Ferguson also known as rioting and destruction:
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Now, the bombastic rhetoric begins. The Rev. Al Sharpton said today, "We are going to continue to pursue justice and not just in Ferguson. It will be across the country."
Sharpton announced that he will lead a summit in DC next week saying the purpose is for "A ongoing strategy to address this injustice."
"It ain't over," said the attorney for the family of Michael Brown.
He's right about that.