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Black Rights activist Deray Mckesson freed from jail

BATON ROUGE — After countless hours of tweets; backlash, and endless phone calls  Deray McKesson has been freed from jail.  Just 24 hours after the Black Lives Matter leader was arrested by Baton Rouge police,  Deray, was released from lock-up met by the media and thousands of people who turned up for his release.

His first words upon release? “The only people who were violent last night was the Baton Rouge police department” which was evident per Deray ‘s Periscope broadcast that Twitter published last night.

The only people that were violent last night were the Baton Rouge Police Department,” he said upon his release, per this video from ABC News.

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