This 20 April 2015 video from the USA is called Michael Brown memorial tree vandalized.
From Associated Press in the USA:
Ferguson officials: Sapling planted in Michael Brown’s memory destroyed
April 20, 2015 – 7:45 PM
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that both trees were found damaged Sunday. They were planted in January in Wabash Park and had been donated by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association.
One of the trees was dedicated to Brown, who was fatally shot by Ferguson officer Darren Wilson in August, setting off months of protests. The second sapling was dedicated by a Ferguson resident to a dead pet.
City officials say both trees were chopped off at the trunk. Concrete plaques placed at the bases of both trees were taken.
Authorities in Ferguson, Missouri say a memorial to Michael Brown, the 18-year-old unarmed African-American man killed by a local police officer last August, was vandalized over the weekend. The tribute has since been replaced: here.
A tree planted in Ferguson, Missouri, in memory of Michael Brown—the teenager fatally shot last year by a local police officer—was ripped in half last weekend the day after it was planted. The Black Caucus of ALA [American Library Association], which donated the tree, said it would not be deterred by vandalism: here.
Ferguson Police May be Held in Contempt of Court for Continuing to Arrest Citizens who Record (Updated II): here.
A haunting video from last year has surfaced of a black man killed by St. Louis County police officers Friday night. On August 17, St. Louis Post-Dispatch photojournalist David Carson recorded 23-year-old Thaddeus McCarroll chanting with a group of young men and women during a protest near Ferguson, Missouri. It was eight days after Officer Darren Wilson had killed Michael Brown. The group is holding signs and chanting the phrase, “I got my hands on my head … please don’t shoot me dead.” Eight months later to the day, McCarroll was killed by police: here.