Dozens arrested as anti-police protesters march through Brooklyn vandalizing NYPD squad cars & storefronts (VIDEOS)
Added 10-28-20 12:37:03am EST - “Unrest has erupted on the streets of New York City as protesters demand justice for a Philadelphia man shot dead by police, some torching NYPD squad vehicles and burning flags after authorities declared an unlawful assembly.” - Rt.com
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A number of law enforcement cars and vans were seen with their windows smashed out and scrawled with anti-police graffiti in footage that made the rounds online. The parked vehicles appear to have been vandalized after officers left the immediate area, as none could be seen in the videos.
Multiple police cars vandalized in Brooklyn #WalterWallace#BlackLivesMatter#nycprotestspic.twitter.com/N5Nob5PziH
Storefronts were also smashed up amid the unrest, with one clip showing shops with blown out windows as a hostile bystander confronts the man filming, shouting “walk the f**k on! You wanna play press? Let’s play f**kin’ press, b**ch.”
Nearly 30 were arrested following acts of vandalism against stores in Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill neighborhood, according to journalist Issa Khari, who documented the protests on the ground.
Mass arrests at the #BrooklynRiots after several stores in the affluent Cobble Hill neighborhood were vandalized... (NLG on scene gave me an estimate of 26 arrests. )#WalterWallaceJr#nycprotests#BlackLivesMatterhttps://t.co/HwbNzU0mY2pic.twitter.com/qRzlCDsKVw
Mass arrests at the #BrooklynRiots after several stores in the affluent Cobble Hill neighborhood were vandalized... (NLG on scene gave me an estimate of 26 arrests. )#WalterWallaceJr#nycprotests#BlackLivesMatterhttps://t.co/HwbNzU0mY2pic.twitter.com/qRzlCDsKVw— Lanier ”Issa” Lewis (@IssaKhari) October 28, 2020
ADVISORY: Due to protest activity in downtown Brooklyn, expect vehicular traffic & a large presence of emergency personnel in the area. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time. pic.twitter.com/yB3a1W4MCy— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) October 28, 2020
Multiple protestors are under arrest in Brooklyn Heights as a car just rammed through NYPD cops trying to discourse the crowd pic.twitter.com/LvAAP0o8Dy— Joe Marino (@joemarino_) October 28, 2020
Hundreds marching with the crowd that left Fort Greene park, calling for justice for Walter Wallace Jr, a Black Philadelphian that police shot 10 times in front of his mother.An LRAD is on its way, according to scanners, and officers are threatening to make arrests. pic.twitter.com/bEZX2kt3yO— NYC Protest Updates 2020 (@protest_nyc) October 28, 2020
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