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By Megan R. Wilson

Planned demonstrations persisted over the weekend in St. Louis, where thousands are expected to arrive and protest police violence, including the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in nearby Ferguson.

Crowds began gathering in downtown St. Louis on Saturday morning, continuing events that have been called both the “Weekend of Resistance” and “Ferguson October.”

There appears to be more gathering on Saturday, the Associated Press reported, as the city gears up for the first game of the National League Championship Series – with the home-team Cardinals hosting the San Francisco Giants.

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Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowrey, who is on-the-ground in Ferguson, tweeted Saturday morning: “There are more than 1,000 people in downtown St. Louis.”

Darren Wilson, a white police officer, shot and killed Michael Brown, a black unarmed teenager, on Aug. 9; but the protests took on new meaning following the shooting of another black teenager in the St. Louis area earlier last week.

Continued at The Hill 

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