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With calls of  “Hands up; don’t shoot!” the citizens of Ferguson, Missouri stood firm as a SWAT Team descended upon a peaceful rally and ordered everyone to leave.

Reports of snipers are coming from the ground, as well as reports of police officers training weapons on protestors—red dots clear on their foreheads–and smiling, looking for a a reason to shoot.

The community continues to band together, proudly observing that “no Black people out here killing each other.”

One man screamed passionately at police officers, “You out here killing our kids, man. These are our kids.”

There is currently a helicopter circling overhead.

Watch live feed below:

Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery, along with Huffington Post’s Ryan Reilly, was arrested while reporting on the ground in Ferguson.

Read his account below:

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