Ferguson Bar Sues For Lost Business During Protests
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — The owners of a Ferguson bar who say they lost business when police set up a command post outside their building during the Michael Brown shooting protests want state and local governments to pay for the inconvenience. Swiish Bar and Grill owners Chantelle and Corey Nixon-Clark are suing St. Louis County, the city of Ferguson, the Missouri Highway Patrol and others. The bar claims the police command post forced the business to shut down for days.