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Cops Chant ‘Whose Streets? Our Streets!’

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Cops in St. Louis shouted 'Whose streets? Our roads!' after they apprehended militants. Ana Kasparian and also Mark Thompson, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Tell us what you assume in the comment section below.

"( CNN) Protesters mad over the pardon of ex-police officer Jason Stockley, a white police officer on test for murder in the capturing fatality of a black man, were back in the streets of downtown St. Louis early Monday after demos the previous night turned violent.

More than 80 people were apprehended late Sunday as protesters struck authorities, broke windows and flipped over trash cans, authorities stated.
On Monday, protesters were locking arms on Market Road, a couple of blocks from the site of the previous evening's violence.

" Protesters were mostly silent," claimed Bryan McClellan, that participated in the demo. "We want to achieve one goal– an end to the inconsonant killings of black residents through cops."

It was the 4th day of objections, which began Friday after Stockley was acquitted in the killing of 24-year-old Anthony Lamar Smith. Though the Stockley case occurred almost three years prior to Policeman Darren Wilson killed Michael Brown in close-by Ferguson, Missouri, the discontent in Ferguson renewed interest in the instance."

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