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Protesters Against Police Brutality Clash With Cops in NYC Streets, Caught on Video Chanting Familiar Phrase They Know Police Don't Like

"... from New York to Greece!"

Protesters descended upon the streets of Manhattan Saturday, part of a three-day demonstration against police brutality called #RiseUpOctober.

Image source: Vine

But the protest turned violent as activists clashed with police, resulting in several reported arrests.

Content warning: Video in first tweet contains strong language.

The protest attracted thousands, WPIX-TV said, and was reportedly filled with chants such as “justice now."

But one chorus of voices was caught on camera saying something entirely different: “F*** the police, from New York to Greece!"

Content warning: Strong language.

The clip also shows activist and professor Cornel West — who helped organize the event — and filmmaker Quentin Tarantino standing just feet away from the chanting, but apparently not taking part in it.

Here's West and Tarantino at other points during the day:

(H/T: The Gateway Pundit)

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