November 25, 2014

Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70

Reaction to the grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson officer Darren Wilson hasn't been confined to Ferguson itself. On November 25, 2014, demonstrators took to the streets of downtown St. Louis to protest the decision, ultimately making their way to I-70 near the Edward Jones Dome and shutting down the interstate. St. Louis police chief Sam Dotson tweeted his support for a peaceful protest but not for disrupting traffic flow, also citing three arrests.

Photos by Bryan Sutter for the Riverfront Times.

More photos:
- Anguish, Arson and Tear Gas in Ferguson after Grand Jury Decision
- More Scenes from Ferguson after Grand Jury Decision
- Scenes from Shaw after the Darren Wilson/Michael Brown Grand Jury Decision
- Crowds in Clayton React to Grand Jury Decision

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Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70
Demonstrators Protest in Downtown St. Louis, Close I-70