The systematic shutdown of protests in the US

RT America

Published on Jan 4, 2015

The US has a long history of systematically shutting down protests. From the 1968 DNC to Kent State, the Battle in Seattle to Occupy, America’s biggest protests were squelched with not-so-pretty tactics by the government. So as the Americans once again took to the streets to protest police brutality at the close of 2014, one has to wonder: how did the feds intend on shutting it down? The Resident discusses. Follow The Resident at

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