StL Reporter Describes “Scariest Moment of My Career” After Far Left Mob Assaulted and Chased Him from Rally (VIDEO)
On Friday a St. Louis judge found former Police Officer Jason Stockley NOT GUILTY in the shooting death of Anthony Smith, a black suspected drug dealer.
Local St. Louis protesters called for “mass disruption” after the former police officer was acquitted.
Outraged protesters took to the streets of downtown St. Louis following the court’s decision.
Angry protesters shut down Market and Tucker Boulevard in downtown St. Louis on Friday.
Protesters gather in the intersection of Market and Tucker in downtown St. Louis after the Stockley ruling pic.twitter.com/P7Wmrl9Q2b
— FOX2now (@FOX2now) September 15, 2017
Local FOX 2 reporter Dan Gray was covering the protests in downtown St. Louis.
An angry protester in a Colin Kaepernick jersey started screaming at Dan Gray, the mob then pushed him out of the area and chased him down the street.
The attack was captured by Rebelolutionary Z.
Dan Gray got pummeled with water bottles as he fled the area!
— Tyler Jordan (@stltjordan) September 15, 2017
Dan Gray described the sheer terror he experienced after the far left mob turned on him!
Scariest moment in my career. Protesters upset about not guilty verdict for an officer accused of killing a suspect, turn on me and media. pic.twitter.com/iZyvg3gX0p
— Dan Gray KTVI Fox 2 (@DanGrayTV) September 15, 2017
This post originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit