White Police Murdered Black George : Protests In America
On Monday night, George Floyd gave $20 fake note to the grocery store and so the neighbour complained about it to the police. Finally, he was arrested.
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Polices were trying to put him in a police van when he fell off the road, saying them he was claustrophobic.
Police described, he physically resisted officers and was handcuffed.But no evidence of this was shown.
A white ex-policeman is charged with murdering Mr Floyd, 46, in Minneapolis.
Derek Chauvin, 44, is due to appear in court on Monday.
In video footage, Mr Chauvin can be seen kneeling on Mr Floyd’s neck for several minutes on Monday. Mr Floyd repeatedly says that he is unable to breathe
With Mr Chauvin’s knee on his neck, Mr Floyd was repeatedly saying “please, I can’t breathe” and “don’t kill me”.
Protests In America
A huge protest is going on due to the murder of a black man in police custody. But in many areas, shops are looted, car is burnt and housing complex attacked.
In Saturday, the protest was peaceful but today it turns into violence. Protest is going on aroung 20 cities in US.
In Atlanta, protesters were on the roads after the curfew started, ruining property and vehicles. 12’s of arrests were performed.
Minneapolis, where George Floyd died, has seen less violence overnight. Some 700 National Guard officers are aiding police and they acted quickly to enforce the curfew imposed there.
President Donald Trump shows grief for the death of George Floyd but he doesn’t tolerate house looting etc.”I will not allow angry mobs to dominate – won’t happen,” he said.
He also added,”80% of the RIOTERS in Minneapolis last night were from OUT OF STATE. They are harming businesses (especially African American small businesses), homes, and the community of good, hardworking Minneapolis residents who want peace, equality, and to provide for their families.”
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