News reports say a march honoring the memory of black thug Michael Brown became increasingly hostile, culminating in a gun battle with two unmarked police cruisers taking hits from bullets.
AP reported one person was seen lying in an ally covered with blood. Another news said claimed two persons had been struck by gunfire.
It's the nature of the beast.
Brown was fatally shot last year while attacking a white police officer moments after the black thug stole a box of cigars from a nearby store and roughed up the store's owner.
The predatory left inflamed the shooting, pretending the Officer Darren Wilson was emblematic of white racism and his attacker was a victim of white privilege.
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The anniversary of 18-year-old Michael Brown's death in Ferguson, Missouri, began with a solemn march in his honor and ended with a protest that grew increasingly confrontational before it was interrupted by gunfire.
Shots rang out around 11:15 p.m. Sunday as several hundred people gathered on West Florissant Avenue, the area hit by rioting and looting last year after Brown's killing by a Ferguson police officer. The sound sent demonstrators running for cover.
St. Louis County Police spokesman Shawn McGuire said in an emailed statement that an officer who came under "heavy gunfire" had been involved in a shooting.
Police didn't immediately say whether there were any injuries, but minutes after the shots were heard, an Associated Press photographer saw a man lying face down, covered in blood, behind a boarded-up restaurant. It wasn't immediately clear how badly the man was hurt.
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