Ferguson images, Chief Charlie Beck on Ezell Ford, olive crisis and more.

Today on the show, we'll discuss the images coming out of Ferguson, Missouri, which some civil rights organizations say resemble those of the Civil Rights movement. Plus, the latest on the Ezell Ford shooting investigation, how police thwarted the plans of two South Pasadena High School students who planned to killed staff and students and more.
Ezell Ford community meeting

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