Crowds gathered in St. Louis Thursday night to hold a candlelight vigil for 18-year-old Vonderrit Deondre Myers.
The black teen was shot by a white officer just 12 miles from the spot where Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri.
Autopsy results show Myers was hit 7 to 8 times by bullets from the off-duty police officer. The fatal shot was to the head.
The officer fired at least 17 shots.
Protests over the shooting have turned violent with angry residents charging at police, kicking their cars, even smashing car windows.
This has once again led to increased tension between residents and local Missouri police officers.
CNN's Van Jones, a former member of the Obama administration, and Neil Bruntrager, the General Counsel for the St. Louis Police Officers Association are OutFront.