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A Ferguson activist, and committeewoman, said a group of protesters tried to intimidate her Monday night while she was protesting.
Patricia Bynes said some of the people who tried to bully her belong to a group of protesters called Lost Voices. The leaders of Lost Voices said they tried to talk to Bynes but they never tried to intimidate her.
"I was completely surrounded and it was a very much in your face. It was one of me and 20 of them," Bynes said.
She said the group "cussed, yelled, and hollered" at her. She said it all started after a member of the Lost Voices tried to talk to her. Bynes refused.
"I'm not interested in speaking with Lost Voices. I've seen on too many occasions how they solve problems." Bynes said
Bynes is telling peaceful protesters to stay home on the day of the grand jury decision.
Many of them told her they don't want to be caught up in violent mobs.
The Lost Voices said they'll be on the streets and they'll "risk their lives" to keep the peace on the day of the decision.
originally posted by: StarGazer77
This is why I can't wait to see the look on their faces when there is no indictment.
They are pretty much showing an aggressive, violent culture, but it is supposed to be a far-stretch to assume that perhaps their gentle giant created his own circumstance?