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  1. Wilson Defends Actions as Protests Continue

    Darren Wilson, the Ferguson officer who shot Michael Brown, insists that his conscience is clear. In his first interview since the August incident, Wilson expressed confidence that “I did my job right.” Brown’s family says that Wilson’s version of events “sounds crazy.” Michael Brown Sr. insisted that his son “respected law enforcement,” acccusing police of demonizing him. Ferguson saw more protests on Tuesday night, but authorities reported much less property damage. That’s not to say that the wave of anger seen in the city and across the nation is gone.

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