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DOJ Response – Ferguson Shooting (pg. 79)

DOJ Response – Ferguson Shooting (pg. 79)

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Category:FOIA Response

Number of Pages:1

Date Created:November 20, 2014

Date Uploaded to the Library:November 20, 2014

Tags:Michael Brown, shooting, ferguson, DOJ


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Approved Reason 2014-08 St. Louis, Lodging Lodging 108.00 Perdiem	 108.00 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Misc Lodging Tax 7.83 Perdiem	 7.83 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Meals Incidentals Meals Perdiem 66.00 Perdiem	 66.00 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Lodging Lodging 108.00 Perdiem	 108.00 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Misc Lodging Tax 7.83 Perdiem	 7.83 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Meals Incidentals Meals Perdiem 66.00 Perdiem	 66.00 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Lodging Lodging 108.00 Perdiem	 108.00 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Misc Lodging Tax 7.83 Perdiem	 7.83 none
 2014-08 St. Louis, Meals Incidentals Meals Perdiem 66.00 Perdiem	 66.00 none
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Voucher Remarks 
Remark Details Authorization Remarks Trip ID: 6409261 
Arranger OVERSTREET, DEBORAH August 11, 2014 09:57 
CRS traveled Ferguson, Sunday afternoon, August 10, 2014, response community tension based upon the shooting unarmed African American teenager Saturday, August 2014, Ferguson police officer. The community was outraged the shooting and began gathering front the Ferguson Police Department and the scene the youth's death. The NAACP requested CRS assistance email and phone call Sunday afternoon crowds exceeded 400 front the police department. After community vigil held Sunday, which was attended over one thousand people, segments the crowd became unruly and rioting, looting and randam shootings occurred. CRS has met with the NAACP, spoken the USA (MO Eastern District) and the chiefs police St. Louis County and Ferguson, MO. CRS will continue identify local African American community leaders address concerns, ease community tensions and prevent further violence. (Case numbered TBD) 
Voucher Remarks Voucher ID: 6409261-1(1) 
Approver KLIMP, ELIZABETH 	September 02, 2014 03:05