Police officers are catching hell on Twitter after a video posted on the social media platform on Saturday (Aug. 8) allegedly shows they are preventing people from painting a Michael Brown mural in Ferguson, Missouri .
Sunday (August 9th) marked the sixth anniversary of former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who shot the unarmed black teenager.
"Ferguson Police pull up the tape as people try to paint a mural in the Mike Brown Memorial," the video caption reads.
"Picking up duct tape from the street much faster than Michael's body," said a comment from Tim Lewison.
In the video, many others shook their heads because the cops in the video are black.
About 100 people gathered for a memorial service for Brown on Sunday to celebrate the anniversary, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
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18-year-old Brown was fatally shot and killed on August 8, 2014 during an altercation with police. His body was left on the street for four hours. A grand jury decided in 2014 not to indict Wilson.
In July, St. Louis County Attorney Wesley Bell said his office could not find any specific evidence to indict Wilson with manslaughter after re-investigating the case.