It took Gov. Jay Nixon five days to arrive in Ferguson, Mo., after Michael Brown was shot by a police officer. His delay provoked some sharp rebukes. On Friday, he again spoke in Ferguson at a news conference.
It took Gov. Jay Nixon five days to arrive in Ferguson, Mo., after Michael Brown was shot by a police officer. His delay provoked some sharp rebukes. On Friday, he again spoke in Ferguson at a news conference. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
It took Gov. Jay Nixon five days to arrive in Ferguson, Mo., after Michael Brown was shot by a police officer. His delay provoked some sharp rebukes. On Friday, he again spoke in Ferguson at a news conference. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

Steve Kraske: Gov. Jay Nixon gets low marks for his slow response to Ferguson

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