Police defend tactics during Michael Brown unrest

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Reports: USA Today

CLAYTON, Mo. – St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar defended his department’s use of tear gas, smoke, batons, rifles and armored trucks in the days of civil unrest that followed the Michael Brown shooting, saying that the military equipment is sometimes necessary to patrol “very urban areas.”

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