2. Close of man holding sign reading (English) "Black lives matter"
3. Police officer watching
4. Mid of protesters starting a march into the city
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St Louis, Missouri - 25 November 2014
5. Wide of officials entering news conference
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Nixon, Missouri Governor:
"Last night criminals intent on lawlessness and destruction terrorised this community, burning buildings, firing gun shots, vandalising store fronts and looting family businesses, many for the second time. I am deeply saddened for the people of Ferguson who woke up this morning to see parts of their community in ruins."
7. Various aerial shots of a protest march through St Louis
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Jay Nixon, Missouri Governor:
"Altogether there will be more than 2,200 National Guardsmen in the region. Lives and property must be protected."
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Ferguson, Missouri - 25 November 2014
9. SOUNDBITE (English) James Knowles, Ferguson Mayor:
"Unfortunately, as the unrest grew and further assistance was needed, the National Guard was not deployed in enough time to save all of our businesses. The decision to delay the deployment of the National Guard is deeply concerning. We are asking that the governor make available and deploy all necessary resources to prevent the further destruction of property and the preservation of life in the city of Ferguson."
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10. UPSOUND (English) Lesley McSpadden, Mother of Michael Brown:
"What was he (Officer Darren Wilson) defending himself from? Tell me that. "
11. UPSOUND (English) Lesley McSpadden, Mother of Michael Brown:
"Some of you mother-fuckers think this is a joke. They say they think this is a fucking joke. They want him back in Ferguson ... I can't get nobody back."
Missouri's governor ordered hundreds more National Guardsmen into a St. Louis suburb on Tuesday after a night of protests over a grand jury decision's not to indict a white police officer in the killing of an unarmed black 18-year-old, a case that inflamed racial tensions in the US.
Attorneys for the family of the slain young man, Michael Brown, criticised the grand jury's decision as rigged but appealed for peace.
The grand jury's decision means that Darren Wilson will not face any state criminal charges for killing Brown, whose death inflamed deep racial tensions between many black Americans and police.
Governor Jay Nixon said more than 2,200 National Guardsmen - reserve troops of the US military - will be in place in the region near Ferguson on Tuesday night in the event of more violence.
He said hundreds more will be deployed to Ferguson.
There were 61 arrests in Ferguson overnight and 21 in St. Louis.
At least 18 people were injured, including someone who was shot and was recovering at a hospital.
The violence erupted despite pleas for calm from the Brown family and President Barack Obama, who tried to strike a middle ground as he addressed the tensions.
As St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch read his statement, Brown's mother, Lesley McSpadden, sat atop a vehicle listening to a broadcast of the announcement.
When she heard the decision, she burst into tears and began screaming before being whisked away by supporters.
Obama said the case demonstrates how a legacy of racial discrimination has fed distrust between law enforcement and minorities, but he also sought to dispel the notion that race relations have deteriorated.