Before Ferguson exploded in reaction to the August shooting of black teen Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson, the St. Louis police chief raised eyebrows when he called for the use of drones to monitor high-crime areas.
The proposal was a response to what St. Louis police authorities called “subhuman, antisocial, urban terrorist” behavior by criminals.
St. Louis also is home of the notorious “Knockout Game,” a random but racially motivated assault that has claimed at least six lives.
St. Louis is 44 percent white and 49 percent black, but statistics shows a racial imbalance in crime.
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