— Jordan (@jordansdiamonds) July 11, 2016
In the aftermath of the shooting of 37-year-old Alton Sterling on July 5, young protesters have since taken to streets in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to demand justice for the CD salesman.
The clip above is one of the police interactions with Black Lives Matter protesters that resulted in 102 arrests, per The Times-Picayune.
Twitter user Jordansdiamonds posted the video Sunday depicting numerous riot gear-clad SWAT officers charging into protesters at a local Baton Rouge residence. In the video, protesters can be heard saying “this is private property” as officers made arrests.
The owner of the property has come forth denouncing the BRPD’s over-zealousness.
Baton Rouge home owner "very upset" after police storm her yard arresting protesters who had permission to be there pic.twitter.com/gwE8aRGKfL
— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) July 11, 2016