Livestreamer behind Ferguson footage says cops were shooting tear gas near homes

The ‘future’ of diversity? - by F. Kaskais

By Arturo Garcia

A Missouri man who live-streamed the police action against demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri told MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell on Wednesday that authorities were shooting tear gas into a residential area even after the latest anti-police protest ended.

“The crowd has dispersed, and they’re now going after people who are trying to go back into their vehicles,” Mustafa Hussein said. “We are trapped away from our vehicle and cannot get back to it.”

Hussein, who works for an independent radio station, was broadcasting online live when police advanced toward what was up to that point a peaceful demonstration after telling media members to turn off their recording devices.

“Do they actually believe that they have that right?” O’Donnell asked.

“I don’t know that they believe they have that right,” Hussein responded. “I know that this is a practice that they have taken over the last three nights…

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