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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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30 comments

  1. Posted by kdkseven, at Reply

    I was at these protests in St. Louis, and an important point that TYT misses is that the vandalism and violence only seem to start *after* the militarized police show up in force. It is the *police* that escalate the situation, not the protesters. And another important distinction that TYT fails to take note of is the difference between the terms ‘protester’ and ‘vandal’ or ‘rioter’. In the protests i was at, the protest ended, the ‘protesters’ left, and then the vandalism was done after the protest, by non-protesters. Don’t conflate or confuse ‘protesters’ with ‘vandals’ or ‘rioters’ or ‘looters’.

    Also, let’s remind ourselves– there would be none of these protests if cops didn’t murder unarmed american citizens, or the system held them accountable for their crimes.

    • Posted by Troll Killler, at Reply

      interesting… which protest was this ? only because I have only seen protests with the left deciding the violence and vandalism and then demand right wingers or people they don’t agree with don’t get a platform because of the potential violence. Its a smart scheme granted but id love to see 1 video or in person protest where its not the left hitting people in the head with bike locks and throwing molotov cocktails and then claiming to be non violent organizations advancing minorities rights who mostly disagree with them .

    • Posted by kdkseven, at Reply

      Dude, your racism is showing. Wtf are you even talking about? Molotov cocktails?

    • Posted by Fabio Silva, at Reply

      Yes molotov cocktails, it happened in protestes 2 years ago for Jamal Clark for example

    • Posted by Troll Killler, at Reply

      when did anyone even mention race? besides me saying minorities rights are used to further hate groups .
      That’s why I think you are the racist – you think everybody thinks as badly as you do and then hurl words like racist at people who actually call out racism . You cant just call everyone who disagrees with you racist . Now if its because I firmly state the left actually cause violence a lot more then the right recently -you insult black people by diminishing actual racism they have suffered through to validate a group of people who no matter how you mentally bend behave like racists assuming that because their group pretends to help minorities , that’s like , i dunno – a democrat behaving like a nazi then using the excuse of everybody else is a nazi to keep behaving like a nazi .

  2. Posted by Kenith McIntosh, at Reply

    violence is sometimes necessary to achieve social change!

  3. Posted by Twilight Gardens presentations, at Reply

    free speech ends when the police say “shut up or else”

  4. Posted by Black Panther, at Reply

    Almost half of the police “injured” were taken to the hospital because they inhaled their own tear gas.

  5. Posted by Dwight Schrute, at Reply

    Divide and conquer, the more we fight amongst ourselves the more control we give to those already in power. Stop blaming your neighbor and start looking up at the boot on your throat.

  6. Posted by Lin L. Hendric, at Reply

    American cops chanting the same thing Nazis chanted at night in a Nazi rally… I’m not surprised…
    Also, at this point I’m pretty sure that the group that created violence in peaceful protests is the same group in every situation. The fact that it only helps to increase a negative view on these peaceful protests makes me think they are not really there protesting, just creating conflict, in other words they are not part of the movement and they only want to discredit said movement.

    Let’s wait for all the republican Nazis to come here and start saying stupid things for no reason. Keep trolling idiots!

    Edit: Ps: I know that the chant was later used by the protestors of the Nazi rally. It doesn’t change the fact that the cops chanting resembles more the Nazi’s chanting it than the protestors doing it. Why? Because their chantings come from a place of priviledge just like white supremacists. Because their chantings imply that they are the ones in the right and not the protestors. The streets does not belong to the cops, nor the whites, nor any other specific group. The streets belong to everybody.

    • Posted by Troll Fink, at Reply

      “American cops chanting the same thing Nazis chanted at night in a Nazi rally… I’m not surprised… ”
      Source please. All I can find is the opposite.

      There is an article on NY post titled “‘That Nazi just drove into people’: Shocking new footage of car plowing protesters” (I would post the link, but it never works for me for some reason).
       In that article it says, “People demonstrating against the neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday are heard chanting, “Whose streets? Our streets,”

      Rolling stone article titled, “After Charlottesville Rally Ends in Violence, Alt-Right Vows to Return”.
      Part of it says, “I am following a growing group of demonstrators against the rally, who have begun marching east down Water Street, the southern perimeter of the city’s historic downtown mall. Just a few blocks from Emancipation Park, where the white supremacist rally had been scheduled, the marchers appear nonviolent but raucous, chanting, “Whose streets? Our streets!” and holding signs like, “Nazi carpetbaggers go home.””

    • Posted by Lin L. Hendric, at Reply

      Ryan Nurmi Welcome troll! Thanks for your stupid comment. I’ll make sure to use it as evidence when someone on the left dares to say that they are not stupid. Also, I’m sorry you couldn’t go to your first Nazi rally. I’m sure you’ll get your chance when you turn 18.

    • Posted by Ryan Nurmi, at Reply

      I’m honestly more center left than anything

      I just get sick.of tyts biased reporting.

    • Posted by Lin L. Hendric, at Reply

      Troll Fink The Nazis did chanted that as well, in fact there are videos of it and articles that says so as well.
      “Among the chants uttered by neo-Nazis and white supremacists marching with torches last Friday in Charlottesville was, “Whose streets? Our streets!” Detroit Free Press.
      Among others sources. The protestors took the chanting from them and turned it around the next day (in the morning to be more specific). Making clear who the streets trully belong. However, the problem here is the cops chanting it. Why? Because their chantings come from a place of priviledge just like white supremacists. Because their chantings imply that they are the ones in the right and not the protestors (it is irrelevant that the protest turned violent at night, most of the protestors were peaceful, but the cops reaction seems haught). They are saying that killing people (specially black people) just because they want to (the cop literally said “I’m going to kill this mother fucker”) is their right and they can do what they want because the streets “belong” to them, not the citizens. The chanting of the cops was a power play that they shouldn’t use, as simple as that. The streets does not belong to the cops, nor the whites, nor any other specific group. The streets belong to everybody.

  7. Posted by Christopher Barksdale, at Reply

    This shows the mentality of law enforcement (COPS )they supposed to protect and serve not claim who street our streets bulshit and we are so sick and tired of media saying we got violent WTF violence started this no justice no peace

  8. Posted by Troy J, at Reply

    Lets stop paying them.

  9. Posted by Scott Olsen, at Reply

    “its counterproductive”?  Well… TYT did no coverage of the non-violent protest at all.  Not the issues about it, not the case, not the verdict and why, no diving into the details…. ALL THEY have reported about …. IS THE VIOLENCE…. so WHICH ONE WORKED!!

  10. Posted by dopekidd831, at Reply

    The Police are the biggest Gang in America

  11. Posted by Ichsuka, at Reply

    The biggest gang in America.

  12. Posted by aaronpolitical, at Reply

    No, they are the CITIZEN’s streets, not the cops streets. Blue lives don’t matter MORE than other lives.

    • Posted by Karen Yee, at Reply

      YES!!!!! WELL SAID!!!!

    • Posted by Camille Lake, at Reply

      True. However, the courts say otherwise. Repeatedly.

    • Posted by Michael Weitzel, at Reply

      Are police officers not citizens? Mabye they feel like they’re defending their community from violent thugs who want to ruin peaceful assembly for everyone

    • Posted by Camille Lake, at Reply

      No…I think it’s pretty obvious for the past several years, Cops considered themselves ABOVE citizens. In which they can actually comment cold-blooded murder and Theif, get away with it Scot Free, suffering ZERO Consequences for it. And they would be correct.

  13. Posted by Braekpk, at Reply

    look at those thugs with their guns and armour. pathetic

  14. Posted by skymama65, at Reply

    The title of this vid is about the cops chanting… so, where is the discussion of this? where is the vid of the cops smashing windows, too? Yes, we have overt racism, but we also have a totalitarian regime, complete with goon squads terrorizing the people, in power. Yes, I’m against using violence, but at the same time I see it as a possible necessary evil. Unless the peaceful protests are in crushing numbers, and for extended periods of time (like Occupy was), they don’t make any difference. Our democracy has been so fully destroyed that peaceful protest has become invisible; violent revolution may be necessary. I hate that I actually wrote that.

  15. Posted by Spone Mr, at Reply

    all i hear is “oink oink oink”

  16. Posted by TheRealSerio, at Reply

    Pigsss

  17. Posted by Nichi H, at Reply

    “I think that we’ve got to see that a riot is the language of the unheard. And, what is it that America has failed to hear?.”

  18. Posted by Adrian Lee Magill, at Reply

    Cops shouting statements that claim the streets sends the wrong signal. Yes, it makes the statement of taking control, and maybe that is needed, but the streets actually belong to the citizens. Setting up a mentality within the police that they have that sort of power only empowers them to cross the line more than they already have. Don’t get me wrong, there is a time and a place for a police officer to take control, but exceedingly we see an abuse of that power.