Ferguson Protesters Block Traffic On Interstate In Washington D.C.


A group of Ferguson protesters stopped traffic on Interstate 395 today in Washington D.C.

The Washington Post reports that the protesters, who were rallying against the grand jury’d decision to not indict officer Darren Wilson, shut down traffic in both directions on I-395.

The protest only lasted a short time. According to The Hill, the protest began shortly before 1 pm. Traffic was flowing as normal about an hour later.

This is the second consecutive day that protesters have taken over the interstate.

There have been several protests in the wake of the grand jury’s decision earlier this week to not indict officer Darren Wilson in relation to the death of Mike Brown.

Wilson announced today that he would be resigning from the Ferguson police department.


Dan Evon

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