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>> Say fight back, get back.>> Fight back.>> Police in Anaheim, California saying on Thursday they arrested two dozen protestors who took to the streets calling for the arrest of an off-duty Los Angeles police officer who fired a gun during a scuffle with teenagers outside his home.
Nobody was wounded during the incident, but it ignited outraged after cellphone video emerged on YouTube, showing a man holding a teenager by the collar and later pulling a gun out of his waistband and firing one shot. The Los Angeles Police Department says it's placed the officer on administrative leave as it investigates the incident, and reviews the video further.
Adding on Facebook that quote, the videos posted online do not depict the entire event. A 13 year old and a 15 year old were arrested after the scuffle which has divided this neighborhood.>> There's no justification for someone to pull a gun out and that, he pulled it out around a crowd of children.
>> A group of protestors surrounded the police officer's home Wednesday night. Some of them throwing rocks at windows and smashing the windshield of a truck.>> When you come here and see what they've done to this person's house, he wasn't even necessarily directly involved, and wrote graffiti on his property, that's not acceptable either.
Two wrongs don't make a right.>> The incident is the latest to spark protest amid a national debate about the role of police officers, and their use of force against minorities.