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Violent protests in the U.S. for the acquittal of a policeman who killed a young black man

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Violent protests in the U.S. for the acquittal of a policeman who killed a young black man

The judge considered that death of young is due to its "dangerous conduct"

The Police of St. Louis (Missouri, USA) has reported that two of ir officers have been injured, one of consideration, impact of bricks during a protest over acquittal on Friday of a former who killed a young black man.

The objection came to house of mayor of San Luis, democrat Lyda Krewson, where protesters broke a window and threw paint before being dispersed by Police.

The demonstrators were protesting against decision of a court of Missouri to acquit of murder in first degree to former police Jason Stockley, which in 2011 killed a young african-american, which warmed spirits in a city with or cases of police violence.

The judge considered to Sotckley not guilty of charges of which he was accused, and verdict ruled that shooting death of a young Anthony Lamar Smith due to its "dangerous conduct".

it Was precisely in a suburb of St. Louis, Ferguson, where, in 2014, began a wave of racial unrest across country after a white police officer killed young african-american Michael Brown, become a symbol of movement "Black Lives Matter."

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