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St Louis protesters go to malls, U2 and Sheeran cancel concerts

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ST LOUIS, United States: Noisy demonstrators disrupted shopping at upscale suburban malls on Saturday and later marched through a popular district of bars and restaurant to protest a white St Louis police officer's acquittal in the killing of a black man, marking a second day of mostly-peaceful opposition marred by sporadic incidents of vandalism and violence.
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News video: Protesters Get Violent Over Acquittal

Protesters Get Violent Over Acquittal 01:00

Protests erupted in St. Louis over the weekend Over the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley who shot Anthony Lamar Smith The peaceful protest turned violent More than 80 protesters have been arrested Police confiscated handguns and plastic spray bottles containing an unknown chemical...

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