Handcuffs And Pepper Spray: Witnessing The NYC Protest Over George Zimmerman Acquittal [VIDEO]

  @SillySallyNews on July 15 2013 6:52 PM
Outrage flew across the country on Saturday as George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of unarmed teenager Treyvon Martin.
Outrage flew across the country on Saturday as George Zimmerman was acquitted for the murder of unarmed teenager Treyvon Martin. As expected protests erupted around the country, some peaceful some however turned into chaos. Flags were burnt in Oklahoma, rubber bullets were used in Los Angeles and multiple arrests were made in NYC. These arrests were witnessed first-hand at Union Square by senior reporter Connor Sheets. He sat down to tell us what exactly he saw. The mood of the protest and weather it had momentum to continue through the week. With Zimmerman already receiving death threats, as angry threads on twitter are exposed many are now left to wonder what will happen to him now? IBT

Outrage erupted across the country Saturday night as George Zimmerman was acquitted of murder for the killing of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. Most protests were peaceful, but there were some violent incidents. Flags were burnt in Oakland, Calif., rubber bullets were used in Los Angeles and multiple arrests were made in New York City.

The New York arrests were witnessed first-hand by senior reporter Connor Sheets. He sat down to tell us what exactly he saw, the mood of the protest and whether it has the momentum to continue.

With Zimmerman already receiving death threats and angry threads on Twitter, many are now left to wonder what will happen to him now.

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