Michael Brown protesters briefly occupy St. Louis County Police Department

KTVI out of Missouri is reporting that protesters seeking justice for police murder victim Michael Brown marched inside the St. Louis County Police Department on Wednesday afternoon. They wanted to meet with the police commission. Officers said that meeting was been cancelled which seems to confirm a meeting was scheduled to take place.

The people’s invasion of what is technically the people’s county police department comes on the same day as the annual “National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation” which has been organized for close to twenty years and reportedly this year has over 50 cities participating with demonstrations across the nation.

St. Louis Police officers then told the citizen/protesters to leave their building. It is being alleged that one of the “protesters” said they will seek justice in the streets.

KMOX which is out of Missouri reported that the justice seekers left the building and headed to the spot in Ferguson where Michael Brown was gunned down by Ferguson cop Darren Wilson.


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