4 arrested as protesters hit streets for second night after McDonald video release

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CHICAGO - Protesters made their way through the Loop, River North and Gold Coast Wednesday night.

Protesters stopped and blocked intersections along the way including along the Magnificent Mile.

Protests were again peaceful for the most part, but there were also tense moments as protesters confronted police.

Some got in the face of officers and others got into scuffles with police who were trying to block protesters from accessing certain streets.

A group of protesters and police struggled over a police bike near Lake and Wells as the officers attempted to block protesters from heading North on Wells.

A small group of protesters tore apart barricades at Millennium Park and ripped lights off the city's Christmas tree.

Protests ended around midnight.

Police arrested four protesters on Wednesday. Two were charged with one misdemeanor count of resisting a police officer. One was charged with damage to public property. The fourth was charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery and two counts of resisting a police officer.

A major protest is planned along the Magnificent Mile on Black Friday.