In Los Angeles police arrested 150 protesters against trump

In the USA there have been mass arrests of protesters against the election Donald trump President. The police detained demonstrators in Los Angeles, the largest metropolis of California, which in the election actively supported Hillary Clinton. According to the Los Angeles Times, held 150 people.

In Los Angeles, the demonstrations continued the whole night: protesters gathered in the city’s Grand Park, marched through the streets to city hall, then returned. The demonstration, attended by up to 3,000 people, was largely peaceful, although one of the protesters vandalized a police car with spray paint. The police began to urge the crowd to disperse and threatened to use «lethal force».

When the crowd returned to the Park, the police again asked demonstrators to disperse. They refused. After that, the police surrounded the activists, and did not let anyone out of the ring. One of the guards said that they «had a chance» to disperse, and now no one goes home.

After that the police began detaining protesters one by one, restricting his hands behind his back with plastic handcuffs-ties. Among the detainees was one of the most picturesque of the protesters — the man in the suit wall labeled «Wall off Trump» («to Dissociate itself from trump»).

Some of the protesters began throwing stones at police, in response, security forces opened fire with plastic bullets.

In previous days, the protests ended only a few arrests: they usually started after the attempts of activists to block the roadway.

On Saturday evening, November 12, protests are planned in many major U.S. cities, points out Reuters. It’s New York, Los Angeles, Chicago. In these three cities in groups of organizers in Facebook willingness to marches confirmed by more than 100 thousand people.

Recall, the protests against the election trump continued since the announcement of the election results on 9 November.

In Los Angeles police arrested 150 protesters against trump 13.11.2016

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