Chris Sommers, owner of Pi Pizzeria in St. Louis, handed out water to a crowd protesting the acquittal of a cop who had been on trial for killing a black man.
Chris Sommers, owner of Pi Pizzeria in St. Louis, handed out water to a crowd protesting the acquittal of a cop who had been on trial for killing a black man. Screen shot from Twitter
Chris Sommers, owner of Pi Pizzeria in St. Louis, handed out water to a crowd protesting the acquittal of a cop who had been on trial for killing a black man. Screen shot from Twitter

This pizzeria owner gave water to protesters. Then cops began targeting him, he says

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