The CBC News reports:

The owner of a gun store just outside Ferguson, Mo., agreed to chat — with one condition.

“It’s gotta be quick,” he said Monday afternoon. “We’re extremely busy.”

Last-minute gun purchases were being made hours before it was announced there would be no charges in the fatal police shooting of teenager Michael Brown.

The grand jury decision, announced Monday evening by St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch, led to protests, with some cars and buildings set on fire.

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