Videos: Ferguson protests turn violent after grand jury announcement
Social media images and videos capture developing turmoil
By EMS1 Staff
FERGUSON, Mo. - In the aftermath of the grand jury's announcement that Officer Darren Wilson has been cleared in the shooting death of Michael Brown, violent protests have erupted across Ferguson between protesters and police.
Videos and photos posted to social media show a number of violent clashes. Rocks and bottles have reportedly been thrown at police, who have responded by deploying smoke to disperse the crowd. There are reports of shots being fired as well.
A molotov cocktail thrown at police. Officers on scene deployed pepper spray and smoke in an effort to disperse unruly crowd. #Ferguson— St. Louis County PD (@stlcountypd) November 25, 2014
This video shows Ferguson protesters smashing a police car.
This video was taken near the protest at the Ferguson Police Department and shows a tense confrontation between protesters and a line of officers.