Riot Breaks Out in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, Over NYPD Shooting Death of Kimani Gray

by Colonel on March 13, 2013

“On Monday night the first candlelight vigil for Gray was held at East 52nd St. and Tilden Ave., where Gray was fatally shot. As nearly 100 people marched towards the precinct station about 20 blocks away from the vigil site, a riot broke out. On Tuesday night another vigil was held at 52nd Street and Church Avenue, but similarly to Monday night the marchers were blocked by a row of police officers. For the third consecutive night now, a confrontation between marchers and the police has erupted in regards to the death of Gray. It was confirmed earlier today that Gray was shot seven times.

NY Scanner @NYScanner

Brooklyn: Utica Ave & Church Ave Riot with Large gathering in regards the fatal police involved shooting, Bricks being thrown at NYPD cars.

Ryan Devereaux @rdevro

The scene in East Flatbush right now. pic.twitter.com/zvDNWEiiuj

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Danny Gold @DGisSERIOUS

Bricks are being thrown. Kids carrying cement. Cop car got smashed. Cop maced a few kids.

Ryan Devereaux @rdevro

Intersection of Snyder and Nostrand. pic.twitter.com/BI5B4XIDxX

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BuzzFeed News @BuzzFeedNews

NYPD are holding the line and not allowing the group into the streets in East Flatbush, Brooklyn pic.twitter.com/CMRCI0PDfF

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” — Michelle Broder Van Dyke, Copyright 2013 BuzzFeed Inc.

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