St. Louis Area Businesses Warned of Civil Unrest after #Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

St. Louis area businesses warned of civil unrest after the St. Louis County Grand Jury decision on Michael Brown’s shooting death.
Democrats are going to riot.
CNS News reported:

A St. Louis property manager is warning businesses near the St. Louis County courthouse to prepare for “civil unrest” in the wake of the imminent grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting.

Public demonstrations and random acts of violence have plagued the St. Louis area since August, when a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed, black teenager in the North St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO.

The warning to businesses came by way of a letter, dated October 21, addressed to “all tenants” in The Boulevard shopping center in Richmond Heights, MO. The shopping center is less than a mile and a half from the site of the grand jury proceeding in Clayton, MO.

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