Hundreds of anti-police protesters flooded Brooklyn streets and subway stations as they shouted profanities at officers and vandalized public property, all while claiming, “no justice, no peace.”
According to NBC New York, the march started at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn around 5 p.m. and wasn’t broken up until nearly midnight.
Video of different incidents shows teens trying to rough up NYPD officers.
The protest comes as the NYPD faces scrutiny over a series of arrests that have been made in the last couple of weeks.
Some people vandalized a bus, writing, “NYPD KKK.”
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