Demonstrators take to the streets across the US for another night to protest the grand jury decision not to indict a white officer in the shooting death of a black teen. Julie Noce reports.
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Protests flare up across the U.S. for another night Tuesday after a grand jury decided against indicting white police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of black unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
In Ferguson where the fatal shooting took place this summer, one group of protesters were seen overturning a police car, then setting it on fire.
The National Guard, reinforced by several hundred troops from the previous night, quickly moved in to disperse the crowds and put out the fire.
Demonstrators in Los Angeles, Oakland, Denver, Portland -and many more cities- came out to protest the decision for a second night.
Most protests were peaceful... in Los Angeles, protesters marched through the streets, some with their young children.
And in Denver, a small group of protesters gathered on a bridge. At least one person was pepper sprayed by police.
There were isolated instances of violence... reports of looting were seen in this video from Oakland, California.
The U.S. Department of Justice has launched it's own investigation into whether Wilson violated Brown's civil rights by intentionally using excessive force.
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