Ferguson: Army National Guard troops taunt, arrest dozens of protesters with force *VIDEO*

Scores of Army National Guard and troops and police gang up to arrest protesters in street

By Shepard Ambellas

(Video Source: DAHBOO7/YouTube)

FERGUSON, Mo. (INTELLIHUB.COM) — Youtuber DAHBOO7 managed to capture priceless video footage, on scene, as hundreds gathered on a city street, protesting the non-indictment of officer Darren Wilson, the cop who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown.

“Oh crap, here they come”, DAHBOO7 said, referring to the military and police gathering in an adjacent parking lot.

“They thinks it’s a game”, yelled protesters loudly in the street.

“Who’s streets. Our streets”, they chanted. “Not the police streets”.

Then, about 4-minutes into the video, the protest suddenly takes a turn for the worst.

“Oh they’re chasing em’. Oh Shit!” DAHBOO7 says.

At this point, the military and police call out on a loud-speaker, “You are in violation of state law. […] You are subject to arrest.”, before charging peaceful protesters in two and three-man groups.

“On your knees. Let’s see your hands”, Guard members call out, detaining members of the public in a true ‘1984’ fashion.

Soon dozens were arrested, tied, and carried off by both the police and Army National Guard troops.

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