Anger over the George Zimmerman trial spilled into the streets again Monday night when protests turned violent in Los Angeles.
About 150 people broke away from a protest and began running through the streets attacking people, cars, and businesses. Police were called in to try and bring peace back to L.A.'s Crenshaw District. Many protestors are calling for justice after the acquittal of George Zimmerman.
Six female jurors determined Zimmerman was not guilty of murder when he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The juror known as "B-37" told CNN's Anderson Cooper that the decision that is taking it's toll on America, took it's toll on them as well.
"We put everything into everything to get this verdict," said juror B-37. "I don't think any of us could ever do anything like that ever again."
She also said she was convinced Zimmerman was trying to defend himself, and she says she believes race had nothing to do with it.
However, race was an undertone in the case and in the following protests.
Attorney General Eric Holder has directed his department to look into filing criminal civil rights charges against Zimmerman. Attorney General Holder will address the NAACP's annual convention on Tuesday.