*(Via CNN) – This is the new normal in Ferguson: Protests, day and night, for more than 70 days now.
Sometimes it’s hundreds of demonstrators, sometimes just a handful. But they’re always outside the Ferguson Police Department, clamoring for the indictment of Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
On Monday night, two protesters were detained by St. Louis County police — including Missouri State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed. She was detained as she blocked traffic in the middle of the street while protesting outside the Ferguson police department.
Now, there are fears about what could happen next.
“Everybody is planning for whatever the grand jury decides,” said Amy Hunter, racial justice director at the YWCA. “Certainly there are lots of us that planning peaceful protests for should it not be indicted. Certainly there are other people that have other ideas at hand.”
One protester put it succinctly:
“If there is not an indictment, excuse my French, all hell is going to break loose.”
This report continues at CNN.
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