Protests have been springing up across the country in the aftermath of George Zimmerman's not guilty verdict. Some have been peaceful, thus far. The ongoing one in L.A., not so much.

A peaceful gathering on Crenshaw Blvd has since moved to the Interstate 10, effectively disrupting traffic on both sides for at least 20 minutes. The freeway later re-opened around 7. Some reports have mentioned angry marchers throwing bottles at the police, who replied with rubber bullets. No arrests or injuries have been reported, yet.

Meanwhile, in Oakland, an angry group burned an American flag in front of news cameras.

Protests are ongoing in St. Louis and Dallas as well.

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[via ktla]