Cops forced to use pepper spray on Cleveland mob following ‘Black Lives Matter’ convention

Chaos and anarchy paid a visit to Cleveland on Sunday.

Activists took to the streets following a “Black Lives Matters” national conference, resulting in clashes with police, who were forced to use pepper spray to control the mob.

The unrest began when police arrested a 14-year-old boy for allegedly having an open container of alcohol, according to ABC 5 in Cleveland. Witnesses claim officers slammed the teen to the ground.

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Police said the juvenile was intoxicated to the point where he was unable to care for himself.

The 14-year-old was placed in a police car, and then an ambulance, which was surrounded by an angry crowd who refused to let the vehicle leave the area. Eventually the teen was released at the scene to his parents.

Police showed tremendous restraint as the lawless mob took over the streets of Cleveland — where the GOP will hold the 2016 Republican National Convention. Much of the chaos was captured on video and posted on social media.

Here’s a sampling of the videos from Twitter:


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