More than 100 out of control protesters were arrested in Baton Rouge over the weekend as demonstrations devolved and tensions reached critical mass.
Part of the chaos was caught on video by a protester who goes by the Twitter handle @lizzkatherine_.
Protesters had made their way onto private property, where the homeowner welcomed them, but police, likely not knowing that the demonstrators had permission to be there, moved in to disperse the crowd.
— liz (@lizzkatherine_) July 11, 2016
The homeowner spoke out against the actions of law enforcement afterwards and said she was “very upset.”
Baton Rouge home owner “very upset” after police storm her yard arresting protesters who had permission to be there pic.twitter.com/gwE8aRGKfL
— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) July 11, 2016
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