After the nation watched St. Louis County Police use surplus military equipment to try to quell protests in Ferguson, Mo., in August, some started criticizing a program that gives extra military supplies to local police departments. Some college campus police departments have applied for and received equipment through the program.
After the nation watched St. Louis County Police use surplus military equipment to try to quell protests in Ferguson, Mo., in August, some started criticizing a program that gives extra military supplies to local police departments. Some college campus police departments have applied for and received equipment through the program. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
After the nation watched St. Louis County Police use surplus military equipment to try to quell protests in Ferguson, Mo., in August, some started criticizing a program that gives extra military supplies to local police departments. Some college campus police departments have applied for and received equipment through the program. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

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