FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) -- Protesters are in front of the Ferguson Police Department to express their displeasure over the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Hundreds of people blocked the road Saturday afternoon outside of the suburban St. Louis police department building just hours after they gathered at the site of the black unarmed 18-year-old's Aug. 9 death.
Darren Wilson, a white Ferguson officer, shot and killed Brown on Aug. 9. He has not been charged. A grand jury is considering evidence and federal investigators are sorting out whether Brown's civil rights were violated.
Brown's mother and father attended the earlier rally.
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