Police teargas, rubber bullets for Ferguson unconscious woman


This video from Ferguson, Missouri, USA says about itself:

Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets at group carrying unconscious woman in Ferguson

24 November 2014

Fusion’s Tim Pool witnessed an unconscious woman getting tear gassed by police in Ferguson last night.

From daily The Independent in Britain:

Ferguson riots: Police ‘fire tear gas and rubber bullets’ into crowd carrying unconscious woman following Michael Brown grand jury verdict

James Rush

Wednesday 26 November 2014

Footage has emerged of the moment police seemingly fired tear gas and rubber bullets into a crowd of protesters carrying an apparently unconscious woman in Ferguson.

The group can be seen advancing towards a line of police officers carrying the woman and shouting: “She’s having a heart attack! She needs help!”

A member of the crowd can then be heard to say “don’t shoot” moments before tear gas and rubber bullets appear to be fired into the crowd. As the bullets are fired an officer can be heard to say: “Back up. We will get her.”

The crowd then begins to disperse, covering their mouths as smoke fills the air.

The incident, witnessed by Fusion journalist Tim Pool, occurred on the first night of protests in Ferguson after a grand jury decided not to indict white police officer Darren Wilson who killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.

Protests were held in cities across the US on Tuesday during a second night of demonstrations following the grand jury verdict.

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