Protestors visit Ferguson mayor at home, call for resignation

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FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – A group of protestors armed with signs, some emblazoned with names of African-Americans killed by police, showed up at Ferguson Mayor James Knowles' house Monday morning demanding he resigns from office. Knowles met with the protestors offering to sit down and talk with them about their concerns. Meanwhile, another group, which calls themselves The Ferguson Five, filed an affidavit with the City of Ferguson to start the process to recall Knowles, who wasn't available for comment, but has gone on record saying he has no plans to resign.

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