More chaos occurred last night for the 11th night in a row. Check it out.
Protests on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, were significantly calmer on Tuesday night, but the peaceful atmosphere disintegrated amid a series of clashes that led to 47 arrests, with police claiming they were pelted with bottles containing urine.
For most of the night demonstrations were calm with protesters holding signs and chanting, although the majority had taken the advice of leaders to wrap things up by nightfall.
Then just before midnight, the protests took a turn for the worst after some people started throwing plastic bottles at police.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson told CNN that ‘criminals’ had thrown urine at officers.
Local community activists quickly attempted to defuse the situation by linking arms and standing in between the authorities and the remaining protesters.
Over the next hour or so arrests were made as police, who were out in force once again, attempted to gain control of the situation again.
The crowds were smaller than on previous evenings as the protests continued over the killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.
Read more: Daily Mail