Los Angeles police arrested dozens of people during a transgender rights protest and fired non-lethal projectiles to disperse the unruly mob that turned violent when Proud Boys and Antifa members clashed outside of a Koreatown spa.
LAPD said in a statement on Twitter that smoke bombs and other projectiles were thrown at officers trying to break up the crowd, and stun guns, knives and pepper spray were confiscated.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Videos emerged on social media showing police in full riot gear beating protestors back with batons. Another video shows an officer firing a rubber bullet at someone from close range.
The videos don't include any information about what happened before or after the incidents. DailyMail.com left messages for Los Angeles police for more information.
Another video shows buildings covered in graffiti, and a Guardian reporter covering the protest was shoved to the ground and attacked by a right-wing extremist who she was trying to interview.
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