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Cops Back Car Into Woman, Arrest Her During Anti-Police Brutality Rally (Video)

| by Michael Allen

The Walmart store where an African-American man, John Crawford, was shot and killed earlier this year by police was the site of a protest against police brutality on Saturday.

Protesters staged a peaceful "die-in" inside the store in Beavercreek, Ohio, prompting a police response (video below).

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There were also demonstrators outside the store holding signs and chanting, "Hands up, don't shoot."

The store subsequently closed, infuriating some Walmart shoppers who were Christmas shopping, noted WHIO.

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Police officers from Beavercreek and multiple cities arrived and told the non-violent crowd to disperse.

According to CounterCurrentNews.com, police officers singled out an African-American protester to arrest, which upset an elderly white female protester.

“Why is a young black man being singled out?" the woman yelled while following a police officer.

Moments later, a police cruiser backed into her and she was arrested.

Sources: WHIO, CounterCurrentNews.com
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