President Obama: Don't Use Ferguson As 'Excuse For Violence'

As the country awaits a grand jury decision in Michael Brown shooting, Obama asks residents to "keep protests peaceful."
0:31 | 11/21/14

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Transcript for President Obama: Don't Use Ferguson As 'Excuse For Violence'
What is your message to the people of Ferguson and others who didn't protest. I think first and foremost can protest peaceful. This is a country that. Allows it reverted to express their views. Allows them to peacefully assemble. To. Protest actions that they think are unjust. But. Using. Any event as an excuse for violence. Is contrary to rule of law country who we are.

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