Protests Over Police Killings Take Violent Turn In Berkeley
At least six people were arrested and two officers injured after protests over excessive police force took a violent turn in Berkeley, Calif.By Bram Sable-Smith | December 7, 2014
Police used smoke, rubber bullets and flares to disperse a protest that took a violent turn last night in Berkeley, California.
The protests began with a rally on the University of California, Berkeley campus calling for accountability for excessive police force, pointing in particular to the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. (Video via KNTV)
From there about 400 protesters filled the streets, eventually ending up at the Berkeley Police headquarters. (Video via MSNBC)