ABC NEWS(FERGUSON, Mo.) -- Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon will deploy more than 2,000 National Guardsmen Tuesday night to prevent a recurrence of the rioting that rocked the city of Ferguson after a grand jury cleared Police Officer Darren Wilson in the death of teenager Michael Brown.
"The violence we saw last night cannot be repeated," Nixon said sternly.
"The National Guard presence is to be ramped up significantly," he said. He will deploy 2,200 Monday night, Nixon said.
He called the aftermath a "heartbreaking sight," and said "seniors are afraid to leave the house and children are...