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Gov. Nixon Bringing In National Guard To Help Restore Order In Ferguson : News

ESTATE SALES BY STEVE & SHERI Replogle, interviewed about 2:30 a.m. on CNN, said of the decision to call in the National Guard: "We need some help." He said larger and larger groups of protesters have been showing up on the streets of Ferguson since the fatal shooting last weekend of Michael Brown, 18, by a Ferguson police officer. Replogle said the protesters who are resorting to violence "aren't residents of this city, we know that." Authorities closed a one-half-mile stretch of West Florissant http://airambulancemed.livejournal.com Avenue from Chambers road on the north to Woodstock Road on the south "until further notice." Woodstock is just north of Lucas and Hunt Road. The gutted QuikTrip is nearly in the middle of the closed stretch. - Staff, 2:30 a.m. Monday. Private autopsy shows Brown shot 6 times; distance from shooter unclear A private autopsy requested by the family of Michael Brown showed he was shot at least six times, including a fatal shot to the skull, Dr. Michael M. Baden announced at a press conference Monday morning . All bullets entered the front of his body; two shots hit Browns head and four hit his right arm. All of the shots were survivable except one to top of Brown's head that went into his brain, Baden said. Dr. Michael M. Baden, a forensic pathologist hired by Michael Brown's family to do a private autopsy, discusses the results at a press conference on Monday, Aug. 18, 2014. Photo by Joel Currier, jcurrier@post-dispatch.com The autopsy did not shed much light on how far Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson was from Brown when he shot the unarmed man. Because there was no gunshot residue on the body, it appears the muzzle of the gun was at least one or two feet away, Baden said. "It could have been 30 feet away," Dr.

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