Chicago Police Clash with NATO Protesters (Denied Monetization)





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Published on May 20, 2012


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May 20, 2012 ~ NATO Summit Protest
At the corner of Michigan Avenue and Cermack in Chicago. A half mile from the NATO Summit at McCormick Place. Five minutes after the end of a peaceful march and rally to protest NATO.

Chicago Police and Cook Country Sheriff's Police surround and advance on the crowd. Even though Supt. McCarthy was on hand to directly command the police detail, no order to disperse was given to the crowd. Front ranks simply began to slowly advance into the crowd, who up until this point had given no sign of resistance. Finally, a column of protesters is seen here preparing to resist the advancing police phalanx.

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