About 60 protesters in Omaha took to the streets after the murder of Kenneth Jones by the OPD, demanding the body cameras be released. The protesters marched down Market Street before looping and coming back to the Omaha PD headquarters. Demonstrators chanted ‘Revolution!’ and ‘A-C-A-B, All cops are bastards can’t you see?’ before being brutally assaulted by the police, with 3 arrests being made and at least 10 injuries occurring.
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