GOOD LUCK WITH THAT: Protesters Arrested In Charlotte Now Begging Public For Bail Money


A protest broke out in Charlotte, NC when a policeman was found not guilty in the shooting that prompted destructive riots a few months ago.

During the protest this week, a few people were arrested, mostly for blocking streets, and now they’re asking the public for help with their bail money.

The Daily Caller reports:

Charlotte Protesters Beg For Bail Money After Police Arrest Them

harlotte protesters begged the public for bail money after police arrested some of them during a rally Wednesday night.

Police arrested four protesters at a demonstration against the District Attorney’s announcement that Officer Brentley Vinson was justified in shooting Keith Lamont Scott, reports NBC News.

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Landon Rice, 22, James Marsicano, 23, Eleanor Everette, 16, and Ngogloan Tran, 25, were arrested for obstructing traffic. Marsicano was also charged for resisting a public officer.

Charlotte Uprising, the organizer of the rally, took to Twitter to solicit bail money.

See the tweets below:

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Do these people really think the public is going to help them get out of jail?




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