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Four Ferguson videos to watch now

The unrest continues in Ferguson, Mo., following the death of Michael Brown. Here are four videos that capture the ongoing story:

Social video from Sunday’s protests

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon called for the National Guard to intervene in his city on Monday morning after protests grew violent yet again on Sunday night, despite a curfew the governor imposed on Saturday. (Sarah Parnass/The Washington Post)

Violent protests continued Sunday night, despite a curfew imposed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D). Monday morning, Nixon called in the National Guard and lifted the curfew.

Pathologist: Autopsy shows Michael Brown was shot several times

At a news conference Monday at Greater St. Marks Family Church, pathologist Shawn Parcells discussed the preliminary results of the second autopsy conducted on Michael Brown.

Police officer appears to threaten journalist

A Ferguson police officer appears to threaten a local journalist on Sunday night, with the incident recorded on camera. A police officer can be heard shouting, "get the f--k out of here and keep that light off or you're getting shelled with this." (KARG Argus Radio/Mustafa Hussein)

Mustafa Hussein of Argus Radio was live-streaming from behind the police line on Sunday when he was confronted by a police officer. In the video, the unidentified officer can be heard shouting: “Get the f— out of here and keep that light off or you’re getting shelled with this.”

Piaget Crenshaw discusses her eyewitness video of the shooting scene

In an appearance on CNN, Piaget Crenshaw discussed why she filmed the scene — and why she is only now releasing the video.

Phoebe Connelly is a senior producer for video at The Washington Post.



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