As word quickly spread about a mistrial in the Porter case, deputies in the Sheriff's Office quickly moved to form lines between Courthouse East and a small-but-vocal group of protesters assembled outside. After the activists started moving, deputies swarmed in to apprehend noted protester Kwame Rose. Then, they targeted a 16-year-old on the sidewalk and slammed him to the ground, a scene that went viral after it was captured by CBS News. What crimes did these two commit? Apparently, unlawful "use of a bullhorn" near the courthouse. Considering the peaceful nature of the protest, these two arrests came off as entirely too aggressive.