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Ferguson shooting: More than 2,200 National Guard troops sent in
November 26th, 2014
 
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Missouri governor Jay Nixon: "Criminals terrorised this community" 
 
The US state of Missouri has ordered more troops to the Ferguson area to quell unrest after a policeman was cleared over Michael Brown's killing.
 
 
State governor Jay Nixon said 2,200 National Guard would be deployed in and around the St Louis suburb on Tuesday.
 
Meanwhile officer Darren Wilson said he had a "clean conscience" over his actions, in his first public comments.
 
 
Protests continued in Ferguson on Tuesday, with demonstrations also under way in several US states.
 
Mr Brown, 18, was shot several times by Officer Wilson on 9 August in Ferguson, Missouri, sparking weeks of unrest. The grand jury's decision means the police officer will not face state criminal charges into the shooting.