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Charlotte Protesters Beg For Bail Money After Police Arrest Them

A protest broke out in Charlotte, NC when a policeman was found not guilty in the shooting that prompted destructive riots a few months ago.

During the protest this week, a few people were arrested, mostly for blocking streets, and now they’re asking the public for help with their bail money.

The Daily Caller reports:

Charlotte Protesters Beg For Bail Money After Police Arrest Them

Charlotte protesters begged the public for bail money after police arrested some of them during a rally Wednesday night.

Police arrested four protesters at a demonstration against the District Attorney’s announcement that Officer Brentley Vinson was justified in shooting Keith Lamont Scott, reports NBC News.

Landon Rice, 22, James Marsicano, 23, Eleanor Everette, 16, and Ngogloan Tran, 25, were arrested for obstructing traffic. Marsicano was also charged for resisting a public officer.

Charlotte Uprising, the organizer of the rally, took to Twitter to solicit bail money.

See the tweets below:

Do these people really think the public is going to help them get out of jail?

 

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