City of Dallas Shuts Down Ferguson Protest

People in Dallas, wanting to protest the Ferguson grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, got a big surprise when Dallas Police stepped in to shut them down.

Nearly 200 protesters gathered near the Dallas Police headquarters and began to march into downtown Dallas, eventually making their way onto I-35, where they sat down and blocked traffic.

WFAA reports:

Police closed northbound lanes of I-35 near Commerce as protesters sat down on the road. Just after 10 p.m. police were seen arresting those who refused to leave, using zip ties as handcuffs. Just before 10:30 the protesters left and headed back toward DPD headquarters.

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