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Courtesy of CNN Dot Com

The St. Louis County police department wants an apology from the National Football League’s St. Louis Rams organization for a gesture that some players made during this past Sunday’s game.  A few of the Rams players mimicked the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture to show solidarity with the Ferguson community due to the aftermath of the Michael Brown case.  The Officers Association was upset with the gesture and said the players, “chose to ignore the mountains of evidence released from the St. Louis County Grand Jury”, according to CNN.  The officer’s association also wants the players disciplined , but the Rams organization and the NFL have ruled that will not happen.  To read more, click the link below.

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St. Louis County Police Want An Apology From St. Louis Rams For Players’ Ferguson Gesture During Game was originally published on praisephilly.com

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