SHAW MARKET PROTESTERS Torch US Flag – MARCH DOWN GRAND AVE – Eat Pepper-Spray (Video-Livestream)

Protests Erupt in St. Louis City–
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The protesters are marching down Grand into the business district.

Protesters and agitators were organizing today at Shaw Market on Shaw Boulevard and Klemm Street in St. Louis city.
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This is where 18 year-old felon Vonderitt Myers, Jr. was shot dead on Thursday. (J. Hoft)

Tonight at least a dozen police cars lined up at a Walgreens on Southwest and Kingshighway before protests broke out.

Hat Tip Anthony

They stole a flag from a porch.

Then they torched it.

The protesters are back out in the street tonight. They attacked police cars and officers last night after gun felon Vonderrit Myers, Jr was shot dead by police. 18 year-old Vonderrit Myers, Jr. was shot dead by a police officer in St. Louis City Wednesday night.
Myers, Jr. reportedly shot at the officer three times during a chase.


9mm Ruger was recovered from the scene. The gun was stolen. 18 Year-Old Vonderrit Myers, Jr. had Gun Felony Conviction & Ankle Monitor Myers Jr. had an electronic monitor and was house arrest.

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Vonderrit Myers, Jr. Mugshot The protesters torched a US flag tonight – because its un-American to shoot felons who shoot at police.
Via Fire Andrea Mitchell:

The protesters are marching down Grand Avenue in South St. Louis – a very busy area with several restaurants and coffee shops!

They’re chanting, “Our street!” They’re busting up bricks!

UPDATE: The protesters are attacking police on Grand – the “reporter/protester” filming the liveStream just got pepper-sprayed.
Police are shooting off pepper spray at the crowd.
They’re screaming “Uncle Tom” at the black police officers.

At least one home was attacked.

UPDATE: The protesters are still marching at 12:30 AM. Obviously, they aren’t worried about getting up for work tomorrow.

LiveStream video below the fold.

Here’s the Livestream from the Shaw Market protests in St. Louis.
The protesters are marching down Grand Avenue.

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