Antifa and BLM radicals and police clashed in Louisville Wednesday evening as protestors took to the streets in anger over the lack of an indictment against officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death.
Demonstrators told police they "hoped they were ready to f***ing die!"
Activists marched through Louisville streets until they encountered police in riot gear, who held firm. Police made arrests, used crowd control measures, and could be seen wielding batons. Julio Rosas of TownHall caught the footage.
People who chose not to participate in the march were taunted by demonstrators.
On the scene for Daily Caller, Shelby Talcott saw demonstrators engage in willful property destruction, and an independent journalist surrounded.
Talcott also caught footage of officers preventing demonstrators from moving through the streets.
Rioters in Louisville are taking to the streets tonight to visit destruction upon the city. Angered by the lack of criminal indictments against officers involved in her death in March of this year, activists and agitators clearly feel justified in destroying property, threatening police officers, and staging violence.
As the curfew approaches, it remains to be seen if the crowd in Louisville tonight will be controlled.