Crime

After Arresting 80 Rioters, St. Louis Police Start Their Own Chant Stating Their Authority

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St. Louis police have taken back their streets after protestors swarmed roadways in protest of the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley.

Finally bringing order back from the chaos, police officers reportedly fired back at the protestors by chanting a phrase typically used by the protestors themselves.

80 protesters were arrested after roaming the streets of St. Louis getting violent over the acquittal of a police officer who shot a black man in 2011. Sunday was the third day of protests.

While the protesters are usually the ones causing a commotion with catchy chants, cops in St. Louis had a different idea in mind. They reportedly responded to the protesters with their own chant:

“Whose streets? Our Streets!”

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Many officers have been injured during the protests over the weekend after various items including bricks, rocks, and water bottles have been thrown at them.

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