More Ferguson police off the force

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(CNN) — One St. Louis-area police officer resigned and another retired in the continued fallout from questionable police actions in the days after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in a Missouri suburb.

The moves bring to three the number of police officers whose conduct was called into question after the August 9 fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, an African-American teen shot multiple times by a white police officer.

The three officers are: Lt. Ray Albers, who threatened and pointed an assault rifle at protesters; Dan Page, an officer caught on camera pushing a CNN correspondent before a video surfaced of him ranting about the Supreme Court and Muslims; and Matthew Pappert, an officer fired after making what his chief called “very … inappropriate” Facebook comments about the protests in Ferguson.

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Albers, a 20-year veteran of the St. Ann, Missouri, police department, resigned Thursday, according…

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