- The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Former NFL cornerback Aeneas Williams snapped into action Tuesday by repairing storefronts damaged by rioters the night before in Ferguson, Missouri.

Mr. Williams, who is also a pastor in St. Louis, joined others in helping repair the broken suburb after a night of chaos and violence following a grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 killing of Michael Brown. Dozens of shops were looted and at least another dozen were set on fire.

“Out serving and praying! Love these new teammates I met this morning in Ferguson. Boarding up windows!” he tweeted Tuesday morning.

“Love Never Fails! Love is an ACTION WORD! I SEE A LOT OF LOVE HERE IN FERGUSON,” Mr. Williams added.

“After all the finger pointing is done, my [question] is what are we going to do now? Answer: LOVE,” he said.



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