Critics Question Cost of Ferguson Police Monitor

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Ferguson, Mo., has paid nearly a half-million dollars to the monitor team overseeing its police and court reforms, but city leaders question what they’ve gotten for their money, especially after the departure of the original lead monitor, the Associated Press reports. Washington attorney Clark Kent Ervin resigned in September after serving a little over a year overseeing the consent agreement between the U . . .

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