Fans hung a banner «Stop killing us» during a baseball game

Fans hung a banner «Stop killing us» during a baseball game

On Friday in St. Louis during the game teams of major League baseball demonstrators unfurled a banner that read «Stop killing us» (Stop Killing Us). This is indicative of the action they protested against the acquittal of a former police officer who shot and killed a black.

The poster was a picture of the mascot of the baseball team St. Louis Cardinals red cardinal. In a video on Facebook can be considered a group of demonstrators who held a huge banner and chanting «no justice, No baseball» and «You can’t stop the revolution».

The demonstrators were removed from the Busch stadiumwhere the cardinals lost to «brewers» with a score of 5-3. They then joined the March, before a group of protesters clashed with police. During the riots at least two people were arrested, police said in Twitter.

Demonstrators cleared intersection at Broadway & Market. At least 2 arrests made. Group now in roadway @ Broadway & Chestnut. #STLVerdict

— St. Louis, MO Police (@SLMPD) October 30, 2017

Recall that the protest began after the court of St. Louis acquitted former police officer Jason Stockley, who in 2011 shot and killed a black suspect Anthony Smith during the chase. Only about 123 people were arrested, and about a dozen police officers were injured during the riots.

Not remained aloof from this event and the players of the NFLwho repeatedly bend the knee during the national anthem to draw attention to social and racial injustice. The President then trump called such behavior is not Patriotic and said that players should be fired for disrespecting the national anthem.