Protests break out across NINETY cities as thousands march in anger

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
By Paul Martin

Protesters in New York marched over the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Triboro bridges closed down traffic
Demonstrations took place in cities including Chicago, Seattle, Washington DC, LA, Boston and Philadelphia
Officer Darren Wilson will not be charged over the shooting death of Michael Brown
Not long after Monday night’s verdict, President Barack Obama appealed for calm and understanding
In New York several thousand people marched from Union Square to Times Square in protest
In Oakland, California, dozens of protesters blocked traffic on a major highway in the Bay Area
Police elsewhere have reported that the protests have been large and loud but mainly peaceful

By David Mccormack
25 November 2014

Demonstrators angered by at the grand jury decision in the Darren Wilson case took to the streets in 90 cities from coast to coast Monday night, snarling traffic, chanting slogans condemning police and waving signs in support of slain black teen Michael Brown.

In New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Boston and Chicago, thousands of people led marches screaming, ‘Hands up! Don’t shoot!’ that has become a rallying cry in protests over police killings across the country.

The protests around the country were largely peaceful, but several demonstrations were marred by foul-mouthed verbal attacks on police and arrests.

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