BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- FOX 25 caught up with Senator Elizabeth Warren Tuesday to ask her about a variety of issues including the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri.
As the Mass. senator toured the VA Mobile Vet Center in Framingham, Sacchetti asked her a number of questions, starting with the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
"Clearly it was a terrible thing that happened here. And then the Ferguson police badly overreacted," she said.
She went on to say, "It took him a while to step in though, he's certainly getting some criticism for that. And rightly so. Look it took him a while to step in when it was perfectly clear that the local police had been out of line, and way overstepped and have created a volatile situation that was dangerous. And so in that sense, yeah the governor should have, should have acted earlier."
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