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PICTURED: Two Louisville cops shot by gunman as suspect is charged with 'wanton endangerment' - the same charge issued against Breonna Taylor cop - and not attempted murder despite 'intentionally firing' at them

 The two Louisville cops shot during protests over the Kentucky grand jury's decision not to bring murder charges against the officers involved in Breonna's Taylor's death have been identified, as the suspected gunman faces charges for wanton endangerment. 

Major Aubrey Gregory and Officer Robinson Desroches were injured in the shooting Wednesday night.  

Gregory, the commander of Louisville police department's special operations division who was leading the department's response to the protests, was shot in the hip and was released from hospital Thursday morning.

Desroches, who joined the force 18 months ago, was recovering in hospital after being shot in the lower abdomen and going through 'multiple surgeries' last night.

Larynzo Johnson, 26, was arrested Wednesday night over the shooting and charged with first-degree assault of a police officer and first-degree wanton endangerment - the latter being the very same charge brought against the only cop to be indicted over Taylor's slaying. 

Only one officer, Brett Hankison, was charged in connection to the botched raid that resulted in Taylor being shot six times and killed in her apartment back in March.

Major Aubrey Gregory
Officer Robinson Desroches

Major Aubrey Gregory (left) and Officer Robinson Desroches (right) were shot during protests over the Kentucky grand jury's decision not to bring murder charges against the officers involved in Breonna's Taylor's death

He was handed just three counts of wanton endangerment - a far cry from the murder charges protesters and Taylor's family demanded.   

The first-degree charge, a Class D felony which carries a penalty of up to five years in prison, relates to Hankison shooting into the neighboring apartments during the incident.

 

Larynzo Johnson was arrested Wednesday night after the two cops were shot during protests over the grand jury decision

Larynzo Johnson was arrested Wednesday night after the two cops were shot during protests over the grand jury decision

No charges were brought against him in relation to the death of Taylor.

The other two officers - who fired 22 shots into the black EMT's home between them - were not charged, stoking renewed outrage over Taylor's death and the handling of the case nationwide.

Johnson was charged with two counts of assault of a police officer and 14 counts of wanton endangerment after he shot at the officers Wednesday night, striking one in the thigh and the other in the abdomen below their bulletproof vest.  

His arrest citation says Johnson 'intentionally used a handgun to fire multiple bullets at officers... causing serious physical injury' to two cops struck by the gunfire, reported the Courier Journal.  

It is not clear whether the charges could be upgraded following an investigation. 

A total of 127 protesters were arrested during unrest in Taylor's home city of Louisville last night, with dozens more taken into custody amid demonstrations across America including in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.  

In Seattle, Washington state, 13 people were arrested on charges including property destruction, resisting arrest, failure to disperse and assault on a police officer after one cop was hit over the head with a baseball bat. 

Meanwhile, shocking footage surfaced online of a Seattle cop pushing a bicycle over the head of a protester who was lying on the ground.     

A protester stands next to a burning pile of trash as tensions boiled over in Louisville's downtown area on Wednesday night

A protester stands next to a burning pile of trash as tensions boiled over in Louisville's downtown area on Wednesday night

A burning trash can in Louisville amid a night of protests over the decision not to charge three cops with murder over Taylor's death in March

A burning trash can in Louisville amid a night of protests over the decision not to charge three cops with murder over Taylor's death in March

Protesters march down the streets of downtown Louisville in outrage that murder charges were not brought against cops involved in Taylor's slaying

Protesters march down the streets of downtown Louisville in outrage that murder charges were not brought against cops involved in Taylor's slaying

A line of police officers in riot gear stand together and block the path of protesters outraged over the grand jury verdict

A line of police officers in riot gear stand together and block the path of protesters outraged over the grand jury verdict

Two cops were shot when gunfire rung out and a suspect was taken into custody Wednesday night

Two cops were shot when gunfire rung out and a suspect was taken into custody Wednesday night

Heavily-armed riot police stand guard in a street in downtown Louisville amid protests sparked by a Kentucky grand jury's decision to clear three officers of charges for the shooting death of Breonna Taylor

Heavily-armed riot police stand guard in a street in downtown Louisville amid protests sparked by a Kentucky grand jury's decision to clear three officers of charges for the shooting death of Breonna Taylor

Protesters hurl water bottles and profanities at a police building in downtown Louisville on Wednesday night

Protesters hurl water bottles and profanities at a police building in downtown Louisville on Wednesday night  

By 11pm at least 46 people had been arrested in connection with protests, according to the LMPD

By 11pm at least 46 people had been arrested in connection with protests, according to the LMPD

Officers mobilize to round up protesters breaking a city-wide curfew in downtown Louisville on Wednesday night

Officers mobilize to round up protesters breaking a city-wide curfew in downtown Louisville on Wednesday night

Police survey an area where two officers were shot in Louisville on Wednesday night

Police survey an area where two officers were shot in Louisville on Wednesday night

Protesters pass by a burning pile of trash as tensions boiled over in Louisville's downtown area on Wednesday night

Protesters pass by a burning pile of trash as tensions boiled over in Louisville's downtown area on Wednesday night

A crowd of police clad in riot gear wait for orders as protests continued well past curfew on Wednesday night

A crowd of police clad in riot gear wait for orders as protests continued well past curfew on Wednesday night

Officers stand in the street shortly after shots were fired at police resulting in two injured officers

Officers stand in the street shortly after shots were fired at police resulting in two injured officers

Police officers clad in riot gear form a wall as they move down a street in downtown Louisville searching for curfew-breakers

Police officers clad in riot gear form a wall as they move down a street in downtown Louisville searching for curfew-breakers


The map above shows the site where two officers were shot in Louisville on Wednesday night compared with where protesters confronted a line of police around the same time

The map above shows the site where two officers were shot in Louisville on Wednesday night compared with where protesters confronted a line of police around the same time 


Louisville Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder said the shooting of the two officers took place at Brook Street and Broadway about 8.30pm when officers were responding to a large crowd of demonstrators. 

Both of the officers were rushed to University of Louisville Hospital in a stable condition. 

'I am very concerned for the safety of our officers,' said Schroeder at a press conference just after 10pm Wednesday. 

'Obviously we've had two officers shot tonight. That is very serious and a dangerous condition. I think the safety of our officers and the community we serve are of utmost importance.'

President Donald Trump took to Twitter soon after and said he was praying for the officers injured. 

'The Federal Government stands behind you and is ready to help,' he tweeted. 'Spoke to [Governor Andy Beshear] and we are prepared to work together, immediately upon request!' 

The shooting took place just 30 minutes before curfew went into effect in the city.

Bystander video showed a group of people walking down a street when gunfire erupted several hundred yards away where police cars were parked with their lights flashing.  

Bystander video showed a group of people walking down a street when gunfire erupted several hundred yards away where police cars were parked with their lights flashing
At least 14 shots rang out at the person holding the camera started running away from the source

Bystander video showed a group of people walking down a street when gunfire erupted several hundred yards away where police cars were parked with their lights flashing. At least 14 shots rang out at the person holding the camera started running away from the source

The Louisville Metro Police Department confirmed a shooting at Brook Street and Broadway at about 8.30pm Wednesday and said the officers were rushed to an area hospital

The Louisville Metro Police Department confirmed a shooting at Brook Street and Broadway at about 8.30pm Wednesday and said the officers were rushed to an area hospital

Police escort a man out of the area after an officer was shot on Wednesday night

Police escort a man out of the area after an officer was shot on Wednesday night

A crowd is seen marching through an underpass after the 9pm curfew went into effect in Louisville

A crowd is seen marching through an underpass after the 9pm curfew went into effect in Louisville

Police officers move past Louisville City Hall as a curfew is implemented at 9pm to disperse protesters

Police officers move past Louisville City Hall as a curfew is implemented at 9pm to disperse protesters

Nightfall gave way to even more violence in the city as fires broke out on the streets

Nightfall gave way to even more violence in the city as fires broke out on the streets 

A couple passes by a bus stop with shattered windows after protests passed through the area on Wednesday night

A couple passes by a bus stop with shattered windows after protests passed through the area on Wednesday night

Police officers stand at a checkpoint in downtown Louisville watching for curfew breakers on Wednesday night

Police officers stand at a checkpoint in downtown Louisville watching for curfew breakers on Wednesday night

Firefighters put out a blaze set after protesters moved through the area on Wednesday night

Firefighters put out a blaze set after protesters moved through the area on Wednesday night

At least 14 shots rang out at the person holding the camera started running away from the source. 

A livestream from the LMPD also captured the first few moments of the shooting before it was cut off. 

Johnson was arrested at 8:40 p.m., according to his arrest citation, which says the suspect 'showed an extreme indifference to the value of human life' and put officers at risk of death or serious injury. 

Witnesses identified him as the man seen firing a gun at the cops and running from the scene and he was armed at the time of his arrest, the court documents say.  

Authorities expect ballistics to prove the shots fired came from the handgun in his possession. 

Police would not confirm whether the witnesses were other officers or protesters. 

Schroeder described one of the injured officers, Gregory, as the 'bedrock' of the department's efforts to manage protests in the city in recent months. 

Johnson has no previous arrests for violent crimes or felony convictions, reported the Journal. 

He is being held at Louisville Metro Corrections and is scheduled to be arraigned Friday morning. 

Two of the 127 people arrested in the city last night were reporters with the Daily Caller who were charged with misdemeanors related to breaking curfew and unlawful assembly after not dispersing when ordered by cops.  

Armed National Guard members are seen armed and waiting in a vehicle after they were deployed by the governor

Armed National Guard members are seen armed and waiting in a vehicle after they were deployed by the governor

Protesters walk away from police with their hands up near the scene where two officers were shot on Wednesday night

Protesters walk away from police with their hands up near the scene where two officers were shot on Wednesday night

A large law enforcement presence remained at the scene of the officer shooting for hours after a suspect was detained

A large law enforcement presence remained at the scene of the officer shooting for hours after a suspect was detained


A man removes a cooler box with water after protesters set fire in front of the Louis D Brandeis Hall of Justice

A man removes a cooler box with water after protesters set fire in front of the Louis D Brandeis Hall of Justice

A police officer stands behind a vehicle downtown as protests erupted following the grand jury announcement

A police officer stands behind a vehicle downtown as protests erupted following the grand jury announcement 

A fire burns near a food station set up to keep protesters nourished during demonstrations on Wednesday night

A fire burns near a food station set up to keep protesters nourished during demonstrations on Wednesday night

Louisville was thrown into turmoil after a grand jury decided not to charge the officers. Instead, it handed down its decision to indict just one of the officers involved in Taylor's killing, Brett Hankison, on charges of wanton endangerment for shooting into the homes of the 26-year-old EMT's neighbors when they executed a warrant on March 13. 

Hundreds of protesters began marching through the streets immediately after the announcement. Tensions quickly boiled over as protesters confronted lines of police officers who fired pepper balls and used wooden batons to drive them back. 

Hundreds of demonstrators also took to the streets of cities like New York, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Las Vegas following the decision.   

Cellphone footage captured the moment a cop in Seattle pushes his bike over the head of a protester during demonstrations in the city.

The shocking video shows a wall of cops cycling and pushing bikes or walking down the road. 

A protester is seen lying on the road as a cop wheels his bike over their head.

Seattle Police said it was aware of the video and had referred the incident to the city's Office of Police Accountability for investigation. 

The department also said 'multiple officers' were hurt during the night's events.

One officer was struck over the head with a baseball bat, causing their helmet to crack, police said. 

Clashes also erupted between protesters and law enforcement in other parts of America with authorities unleashing chemical agents on Atlanta demonstrators after they tried to climb on a SWAT vehicle. 

In Buffalo, New York, a protester was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a driver in a pickup truck accelerated into a group of demonstrators outside City Hall striking a person on a bicycle.

People chased down the vehicle as the driver fled the scene.

Protesters claimed the woman driver had been shouting at them earlier in the night. 

Over in Portland, which has been the scene of ongoing protests calling for an end to police brutality and racism since the 'murder' of George Floyd by a cop in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, police declared a riot after some demonstrators set fire to a police precinct.  

Wednesday's grand jury announcement marked the end of a four-month investigation into the death of Taylor, who was shot and killed over six months ago by officers who stormed into her home with a narcotics warrant. 

The EMT's death set off months of protests, policy changes and a call for the three Louisville Metro Police Department officers who performed the raid to be criminally charged.  

The grand jury chose to charge Hankison with three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. The Class D felony, which carries a penalty of up to five years in prison, relates to Hankinson shooting into the neighboring apartments during the raid, not Taylor's death. 

Hankinson was fired by the Louisville Metro Police Department in June after officials said he violated policy by 'wantonly and blindly' firing his gun during the raid. 

Sgt Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Myles Cosgrove, who were also present at the time of the fatal operation, were not charged. 

In Jefferson Square Park in Louisville, people were seen breaking down in tears and screaming when the decision arrived as law enforcement helicopters surveyed the scene from above. 

Cellphone footage captured the moment a cop in Seattle pushes his bike over the head of a protester during demonstrations in the city

Cellphone footage captured the moment a cop in Seattle pushes his bike over the head of a protester during demonstrations in the city

The shocking video shows a wall of cops cycling and pushing bikes or walking down the road while a protester is seen lying on the road. The cop then wheels his bike over the person's head

The shocking video shows a wall of cops cycling and pushing bikes or walking down the road while a protester is seen lying on the road. The cop then wheels his bike over the person's head


Protesters march against police brutality in Los Angeles Wednesday night as outrage spread across America over the grand jury decision

Protesters march against police brutality in Los Angeles Wednesday night as outrage spread across America over the grand jury decision 

People waved banners and raised their fists in outrage over the decision not to bring murder charges against the cops

People waved banners and raised their fists in outrage over the decision not to bring murder charges against the cops

The Kentucky grand jury handed down its decision to indict just one of the officers involved in Taylor's killing, Brett Hankison

The Kentucky grand jury handed down its decision to indict just one of the officers involved in Taylor's killing, Brett Hankison

In New York, hundreds of protesters marched through the streets as night fell after Hankison was charged with wanton endangerment for shooting into the homes of the 26-year-old EMT's neighbors when they executed a warrant on March 13

In New York, hundreds of protesters marched through the streets as night fell after Hankison was charged with wanton endangerment for shooting into the homes of the 26-year-old EMT's neighbors when they executed a warrant on March 13

Protesters crossed Manhattan Bridge after marching from a rally held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn

Protesters crossed Manhattan Bridge after marching from a rally held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn

The crowd of New Yorkers marched through the city as night fell in a show of anger at the Kentucky grand jury decision

The crowd of New Yorkers marched through the city as night fell in a show of anger at the Kentucky grand jury decision

People wore t-shirts emblazoned with Breonna Taylor's name and held aloft banners reading 'Stop killing black people'

People wore t-shirts emblazoned with Breonna Taylor's name and held aloft banners reading 'Stop killing black people'

Hundreds gathered in NYC following Wednesday's announcement. Taylor, 26, was killed on March 13 when Sgt Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Myles Cosgrove and Brett Hankison burst down the door to her home in Louisville and shot her six times

Hundreds gathered in NYC following Wednesday's announcement. Taylor, 26, was killed on March 13 when Sgt Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Myles Cosgrove and Brett Hankison burst down the door to her home in Louisville and shot her six times

More than six months on from her killing, a grand jury returned a decision Wednesday on possible charges against the three cops, choosing to indict just one of the officers Hankison on the lesser charges of wanton endangerment

More than six months on from her killing, a grand jury returned a decision Wednesday on possible charges against the three cops, choosing to indict just one of the officers Hankison on the lesser charges of wanton endangerment

Protesters carry a banner reading 'Protect black women' as they walk through the streets of the Big Apple

Protesters carry a banner reading 'Protect black women' as they walk through the streets of the Big Apple 

The Empire State Building is lit up as demonstrators walk through New York City in the wake of Wednesday's decision

The Empire State Building is lit up as demonstrators walk through New York City in the wake of Wednesday's decision

In Chicago, Illinois, a protester carries a sign in honor of black EMT Taylor who was killed by cops in March

In Chicago, Illinois, a protester carries a sign in honor of black EMT Taylor who was killed by cops in March

Protesters filled the streets during a march for Breonna Taylor in Chicago Wednesday night

Protesters filled the streets during a march for Breonna Taylor in Chicago Wednesday night

Demonstrators used their bikes as barricades against cops during a march through Chicago

Demonstrators used their bikes as barricades against cops during a march through Chicago 

'That's it?' some questioned, while others called to burn the city down. 'We don't get no murder charges?' another asked. 

Many were angered that Hankison, the sole cop charged with three counts of 'wanton endangerment' of Taylor's neighbors, was required to post just a $15,000 bond. 

'It tells people, cops can kill you in the sanctity of your own home,' Linda Sarsour, a Palestinian American activist, told the New York Times of the decision. 

'It's unjustifiable,' added Desaray Yarbrough, a Louisville resident who came out to watch the march as it went by. 

'The lack of charges is getting ready to bring the city down.'  

Police clash with protesters marching through the streets of Louisville after a grand jury chose not to indict three officers in the death of Breonna Taylor on Wednesday afternoon

Police clash with protesters marching through the streets of Louisville after a grand jury chose not to indict three officers in the death of Breonna Taylor on Wednesday afternoon

Hundreds of people took to the streets on Wednesday afternoon to decry the grand jury's decision

Hundreds of people took to the streets on Wednesday afternoon to decry the grand jury's decision

A woman reacts with anguish after a Kentucky grand jury handed down its decision in the death of Breonna Taylor

A woman reacts with anguish after a Kentucky grand jury handed down its decision in the death of Breonna Taylor 


Police officers carrying batons chase down a protester during a march in downtown Louisville on Wednesday afternoon

Police officers carrying batons chase down a protester during a march in downtown Louisville on Wednesday afternoon

Officers pull a man to the ground as they detain him during a protest on Wednesday afternoon in Louisville
The man was then marched away in handcuffs by several officers

Officers pull a protester to the ground before marching him away in handcuffs 

Police were seen detaining multiple people hours ahead of the city's 9pm curfew going into effect

Police were seen detaining multiple people hours ahead of the city's 9pm curfew going into effect

A police officer detains a protester in downtown Louisville as demonstrations kicked off on Wednesday afternoon

A police officer detains a protester in downtown Louisville as demonstrations kicked off on Wednesday afternoon 

A protester offers water to a man as he is detained on the ground by police officers clad in riot gear

A protester offers water to a man as he is detained on the ground by police officers clad in riot gear

Two protesters are thrown to the ground by police during a march in downtown Louisville on Wednesday afternoon

Two protesters are thrown to the ground by police during a march in downtown Louisville on Wednesday afternoon

A woman screams as a police officer attempts to take a bike away from her during clashes between cops and protesters

A woman screams as a police officer attempts to take a bike away from her during clashes between cops and protesters


A police officer stands in an alley after an officer was shot on Wednesday evening

 A police officer stands in an alley after an officer was shot on Wednesday evening 

Protesters quickly came together to begin marching, despite the incoming 72-hour curfew and large parts of the city being closed down. 

Members of far-right groups including the Boogaloo Boys and the Proud Boys were seen fully armed as they made their way downtown to challenge protesters in the afternoon, but appeared to have dispersed by nightfall. 

By 2.15pm, the Times reported that 250 protesters were already marching with two dozen police cruisers in pursuit. 

The group initially march through the closed sections of the city as they chanted: 'If we don't get it, shut it down.' 

Video showed a U-Haul van pulling up to the edge of the barricaded area and offloading a cache of supplies including shields and signs that read: 'Abolish the police' and 'Abolition now'.  

Earlier a group of 150 people had blocked an intersection of Broadway and 6th Street, just outside a barricade that authorities have established around city buildings to keep protesters away. 

Cops quickly arrived and demonstrators moved along, watched over by more police cars.  

Tensions already began to mount as police blocked the crowd from accessing certain roads and leaders tried to keep the group together. 

At one point, protesters stopped to taunt officers waiting inside a vehicle. 

Fired Louisville detective Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in connection to the police raid on the night of March 13
Louisville police declared a state of emergency ahead of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement about whether he will charge officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor (pictured)

Fired Louisville detective Brett Hankison (left) was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in connection to the police raid that killed Breonna Taylor (right) on the night of March 13 

At around 3pm the crowd had grown to several hundred people as they stopped to organize at an intersection with shields to the front. 

Many shouted at those watching from their homes to begin participating.

Tensions rose further still as businesses began to be targeted and several windows were smashed. 

Some protesters were seen knocking over tables and chairs in front of a restaurant before meeting with a white citizen group who were patrolling in front of businesses to keep them secure.

Other videos showed demonstrators hurling insults and water bottles at police officers who linked arms to push back the crowds. 

At about 4.30pm officers began telling protesters that they were engaging in an unlawful assembly and ordered them to disperse immediately.  

'If you do not do so we may dispense chemical agents and you will be arrested,' officers told residents via loud speaker.  

Cops were photographed aggressively arresting several protesters by throwing them to the ground and holding them down as they were placed in handcuffs.   

The situation escalated as the curfew drew near and officers began telling people to head home. 

Protesters set fire to piles of trash and Gov Beshear deployed 500 National Guard members to help enforce a city-wide 9pm curfew.   

The two cops were shot around 8:30 pm and, soon after, Gov Beshear tweeted a video of himself urging protesters to pack up for the night.  

'Sadly we have seen at least one individual turn what were nonviolent ways of expressing ourselves into the shooting of at least two law enforcement officers,' Beshear said. 'We know that the answer to violence is never violence, and we are thinking about those two officers and their families tonight.

 'So I'm asking everybody, please, go home. Go home tonight. There will be many times over the coming days where there will be an opportunity to be heard, and so many people are listening right now.'

But protesters ignored Beshear's plea and stayed on the streets as police ramped up efforts to corral them. 

The Daily Caller reported that two of its correspondents were detained on a sidewalk alongside dozens of others who were placed in zip ties. 

By 11pm at least 46 people had been arrested in connection with protests, according to the LMPD. 

Armed counter protesters also descended on Louisville and were seen harassing drivers
The armed counter protesters were filmed approaching cars

Armed counter protesters also descended on Louisville and were seen harassing drivers

Protesters hold up their hands as they face off against a line of police officers clad in riot gear

Protesters hold up their hands as they face off against a line of police officers clad in riot gear

Hundreds of people who gathered in Jefferson Square Park to hear the grand jury's decision reacted with anger and frustration after learning that just one of the three officers involved in Taylor's death would face charges

Hundreds of people who gathered in Jefferson Square Park to hear the grand jury's decision reacted with anger and frustration after learning that just one of the three officers involved in Taylor's death would face charges 

Protesters carrying 'Abolish the police' signs hold their fists in the air during a march in Louisville on Wednesday afternoon

Protesters carrying 'Abolish the police' signs hold their fists in the air during a march in Louisville on Wednesday afternoon

A police officer looks on as people react to the grand jury's decision on Breonna Taylor's death

A police officer looks on as people react to the grand jury's decision on Breonna Taylor's death

People are detained in Louisville after a demonstration over Breonna Taylor's shooting death on Wednesday afternoon

People are detained in Louisville after a demonstration over Breonna Taylor's shooting death on Wednesday afternoon 

People react to the grand jury decision on Breonna Taylor's death as hundreds gather to protest

People react to the grand jury decision on Breonna Taylor's death as hundreds gather to protest

Louisville began preparing for potential unrest last week after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said the grand jury decision would be released 'soon'. 

City officials began erecting barricades around Jefferson Square Park - which has been at the center of 100 days of protests over Taylor's death - and boarded up police and federal buildings in anticipation of protests.  

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer declared a state of emergency on Tuesday night and announced a 72-hour curfew for the city beginning at 9pm, with exceptions for those going to work or to seek medical treatment. 

'I urge everybody to choose peaceful and lawful protest,' Fischer, a white Democrat, said shortly before Cameron's announcement. 

'This is obviously a really important time for our city. I want us to think about our kids and our grandkids and get this right.'  

After the announcement, Fischer pleaded for peace, saying: 'Let's turn to each other, not on each other.'  

Four wheeled military vehicles enter the city ahead of a 9pm curfew Wednesday that will stay in place for 72 hours

Four wheeled military vehicles enter the city ahead of a 9pm curfew Wednesday that will stay in place for 72 hours 

Protesters cried out in anger as the grand jury decision was announced and a large march begins

Protesters cried out in anger as the grand jury decision was announced and a large march begins

Other demonstrators watched on in shock and disbelief as only one cop was charged

Other demonstrators watched on in shock and disbelief as only one cop was charged


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