VIDEO: Ferguson protesters marching through rural Missouri meet opposition

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ROSEBUD, Mo. (AP) _ Demonstrators marching from Ferguson to Missouri’s capital to protest the police shooting death of Michael Brown were met with opposition as they passed through a rural town.

Television station KRCG reports that some people in Rosebud shouted obscenities and held signs telling them to “go home.”

The Columbia Missourian reports that at least one person displayed a Confederate flag, and the back window of a bus traveling with the marchers was broken by a bullet.

The protest march began after a grand jury decided last week not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who was white, for the Aug. 9 shooting of Brown, who was black and unarmed.

The protesters are expected to arrive Friday in Jefferson City.

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