Michael Brown protesters attempt to shut down Maplewood Wal-Mart

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MAPLEWOOD, MO (KPLR) - Monday evening Michael Brown protesters disrupted operations at the Wal-Mart in Maplewood. Protester entered the store and gathered in the back of the store. Once they assembled in the store, they started chanting “What do we want…justice now”.

Protesters did shut down one Wal-Mart temporarily. But police quickly move in to remove the protesters from the store and formed a line in front of the doors to keep protesters at bay.

About 30 minutes later most of the protesters moved to the Bridgeton Wal-Mart to demonstrate at that store. Police there prevented protesters from entering that store, but store operations were disrupted.




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