Report: Police planning for possible riots if Officer Darren Wilson not charged

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FERGUSON, MO – Contingency plans are being drawn for possible riots if the police officer who shot Michael Brown is not charged. Reuters news reports that the FBI is involved in meetings with authorities in Missouri. They fear that violence could erupt if officer Darren Wilson is not indicted by the Grand Jury.

The meetings are being held two to three times a week. They are looking at intelligence on out-of-state agitators who could stir up trouble in St. Louis.

Read the full report from Reuters News here.

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