Protesters demonstrate outside St. Louis County Police Headquarters

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CLAYTON, MO (KTVI) – Demonstrators upset over the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown are marching in Clayton, Missouri.

The protesters say they want the St. Louis County prosecuting attorney Bob McColluch’s office to release the following regarding the death of Brown:

  1. For the officer who killed Brown to be identified.
  2.   For the officer who killed Brown to be fired and charged with murder.
  3. They want the police department’s “Protocol Handbook” released to the public.
  4. They want the Ferguson Police Department’s employees to reflect the racial demographic of the community.

On Tuesday, the Ferguson Police Chief said he would not release the name of the officer until he was forced to do so by law.

Michael Brown was shot after police say he was involved in an altercation with a Ferguson officer on Saturday.   But witnesses say Brown was running with his hands in the air.

The initial investigation does prove Brown was unarmed.

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