Citizens get heated at Ferguson City Council meeting

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FERGUSON, MO - It's been a few weeks since the streets of Ferguson, Missouri were filled with protesters and police in riot gear.

The calls for justice in last month's shooting of unarmed Michael Brown, 18,  haven't gone quiet, though. City Council Members were hoping their first meeting since Brown's death would be peaceful, but the community had other plans.

The turnout to the meeting was so large, it had to be held in a local church. One Ferguson resident told the council, "We're not going to let you get back to business as usual. It's not going to happen!"

Another attendant told council members without justice, they should bring the Army back in because there will once again be chaos in the streets.

As long as city council is going to meet in a church, they might want to pray for a resolution, and fast!