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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Missouri Governor Jay Nixon answers question about his handling of the Ferguson crisis. He also talks about his plans if there is another round of protests following the decision by the Grand Jury investigating the shooting death of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer.
Governor Nixon was roundly criticized when violence broke out after Michael Brown’s death. He was accused of being slow to react and indecisive. Elliott asks him what lessons he learned, and about his decision not to replace Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch.
Also raising questions, the Governor’s new Office of Community Engagement. He named two people to run the department each with a six figure salary.