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Michael Brown's cousin 'we do not want violence in the street'

15 August 2014 Last updated at 22:25 BST

Family members of a black teenager who was killed in Ferguson, Missouri, have been speaking to the press.

Michael Brown, 18, was shot on Saturday in an incident widely seen as an act of police brutality.

His cousin said Michael Brown got down on his knees and said "don't shoot".

Eric Davis thanked people for their support and said they want peaceful protests and not "violence in the street".

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