Attorneys for the police and prosecutor that oversaw the investigation of Michael Brown's 2014 death in Ferguson asked a judge to consider blocking the release of "grisly" photographs of the black 18-year-old's body to his family's attorneys, worried they could prompt violence if leaked, says the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The St. Louis County counselor's office filed that request Tuesday with a federal judge presiding over the wrongful-death lawsuit filed by Brown . . .
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