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Activists point fingers at police over suspicious death of Ferguson protester Darren Seals

The violent murder of Ferguson Uprising protester Darren Seals, who was found shot and burned in a charred car Tuesday near the US city of St Louis, has raised “a lot of red flags” for activists, who question the official version of events released by his “enemies,” the police.

Seals, who described himself as a “revolutionary, activist and unapologetically black,” helped lead protests after the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by white police officer Darren Wilson in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson in 2014.  Read more.

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