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St. Louis police reportedly chanted BLM slogan after making arrests during protest last night

Amid Sunday night’s violent protests against St. Louis police, some officers chanted “whose streets, our streets” — a defiant refrain often used by Black Lives Matter protesters themselves — after making arrests, media members claimed.

David Carson, a St. Louis Post-Dispatch photographer, tweeted that the chant on Tucker Boulevard rang out twice, that the Associated Press journalists heard it and that he confirmed with civilians closer to the officers and two officers at the scene that the chant occurred.

Police just chanted “Whose Streets, our streets” on Tucker…

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