The Department of Justice has released new guidance to law enforcement on policing protests. That comes as protestors in Ferguson, Mo., are awaiting the grand jury verdict on the Michael Brown shooting.
In a YouTube video posted on the DOJ website, attorney general Eric Holder said the guidance was a way to help officers maintain public safety while "safeguarding constitutional rights."
The police in Ferguson drew criticism for their treatment of both protestors and some journalists covering the protests that erupted after unarmed Brown was shot by a Ferguson policeman.
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