The American's with Charlie LeDuff: Tear gas used by police during Ferguson protests

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Ferguson. Tear gas, broken windows. No indictment.

Car windows were broken chants were heard during Ferguson protests all were met with police tear gas and announcements to disperse.

Police rolled through the streets announcing that the crowds were gathered illegally, while the crowd threw objects at officers.

"Please disperse now," the police officer said over a loud speaker from an armored vehicle.. "You are unlawfully assembled, blocking the street. Please stop throwing objects you will be subject to arrest."

Crowds gathered protesting the grand jury decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson for the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of Michael Brown, who was unarmed.