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Nearly a thousand anti-police-protesters descended on Downtown Brooklyn, on Friday night, blocking traffic, rampaging a city bus and shouting obscene insults at the NYPD cops.
The demonstration was formed soon after 7 o’clock on the street near the Barclays Center, with the protesters, the large Banner with the words “F—k the police” and “Don’ T spreading let these bastards touch us.” The crowd began dispersing from 9 am
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The demonstration was a reaction to a planned crackdown on fare evasion of the New York police Department and two controversial police actions in Brooklyn, U-Bahn-stations in the last few weeks.
In one of the incidents, a NYPD cop, strap-hangers sent scrambling in fear when he raised his gun against a window by the platform at the Franklin Avenue station in Brooklyn.
In another incident, an officer caught on camera slugging a 15-year-old boy in a wild melee in the Jay Street-MetroTech station in Downtown Brooklyn.
“The back was the straw that broke the camel’,” a protester, said a 31-year-old woman who works in the media. “I mean, it’s monstrous. My f—king-tax-dollars go to this? It makes no sense.”
As the protesters surrounded fanned out in the streets Friday, a group in a nearby MTA bus and destroys it with stickers and anti-cop graffiti.
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“F—k the NYPD” and “NYPD KKK,” she scribbled on the bus, with white marking.
“They beat on the bus, and then a child with a white mask and a hoodie … used a marker to mark the bus,” a passenger said after getting off.
“I’m not going to lie, it was scary,” another passenger said.