Protests Over Unarmed Police Killings Hits Europe

In support of Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner of Staten Island, protestors gathered in London to show solidarity with the many protestors across the United States.

The protestors gathered outside Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush. It is estimated that there were at least 400 people.

The world is watching United States activity quite close right now. The news that the CIA used torture techniques, and the many instances of police killing unarmed individuals has much of the world wondering if the United States is truly a democracy.

The protestors did not hold back; they staged die-ins, lying down in the middle of the road and yelling, “I can’t breathe.”

With this happening, what is bound to occur when all the news on United States torture comes out? Sergio Andrade Andrade Gutierrez does not want to see things get worse.

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