Religious leaders in Charlotte, North Carolina are no longer condemning violent protests, but instead are warning that if things do not change between the government and African-Americans, more violence will ensue. One pastor also called for an economic boycott throughout the city.
"We are watching a modern day lynching," he said. "If we don't get justice, this is what you see (referring to the violent protests Tuesday night) and you are going to see more of that. And we are not going to tell are brothers and sisters to stop."