Saturday, May 19, 2012

Livestream: NATO protesters Chicago marching

Watch video below: Livestreamers followed, stopped by police at NATO Chicago
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Thousands still in the streets at 9 pm Sunday: Livestream:
On Sunday afternoon, thousands of protesters faced off with police.
Veterans threw medals into the street to protest NATO and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
WATCH LIVE: Six livestreamers are live at NATO protests in Chicago:

Watch live on Global Revolution
VIDEO of Chicago police van plowing through NATO protesters Saturday night:
VIDEO 2: Chicago police van driving through protesters, protester down:
VIDEO UPDATE SUNDAY MORNING: Livestreamers car raided by police at gunpoint, after Saturday night broadcast
Screen capture May 19, 2012 6 pm Timcast

Timcast live on Ustream, click arrow below:

Censored News May 19, 2012 screen capture Timcast

Read more on police ban driving into protesters, and livestreamers targeted by police:
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