Reports are varying, some mentioning the following white demonstrator as being hit by a white man in a car:
Notice crowd mobbing the police, not letting man be taken.
Others mentioning black demonstrators being hit:
All parties were reportedly taken in by police, likely to straighten out what happened, but this, of course, angered the crowd that the people allegedly hit were taken by the police as well.
Right now, multiple rabble rousing such as this, from some lady with a Che twitter background, with calls to march on the police station:
But this visual looks like the demonstrators were actually blocking the car(s) on the street.
Here’s video, before it disappears, they surrounded and pounded on his car, yet still no evidence that he actually hit anyone. He seems to have proceeded at very slow speed.
Here’s another note. The person ginning up the incident, claiming “the KKK” ran over protesters is Maria Chapelle-Nadal, a Democrat member of the Missouri State Senate. Check out her twitter, it has a Che background[whoops, she just changed it]. She is inciting people to march on the police.
Psst, no visible KKK, just one poor man surrounded by a mob trying to proceed. Moreover, apparently, the State Senator is unfamiliar with the fact that you do not have to read Miranda rights upon arrest, you only have to read them upon questioning of a suspect.
Here’s her Twitter background, which perhaps explains why she is doing all this ginning up:
For those who don’t know, that is the illustrious racist murderer Che Guevara, who Ms. Chapelle-Nadal appears to favor.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch reports:
Three people were arrested during protests near the Ferguson Police Department on Saturday afternoon after a protester claimed he was bumped by a passing vehicle, police said.
About 35 people were protesting at 2:16 p.m. on South Florissant Road about a block from the police department when a protester claimed he had been bumped by a vehicle, according to Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson. No one reported any injuries, but the driver was arrested along with a protester who damaged the man’s car. A third man was taken into custody when he ignored police orders to get out of the roadway.