In Minneapolis, the National Guard applied tear gas

By | May 30, 2020
In Minneapolis, the National Guard applied tear gas

The national guard used tear gas to disperse protesters in the center of the fifth police precinct in Minneapolis
So they drove away people from the gas station, which could become the next object of arson.
As soon as people scattered, ran to a sufficient distance, to the place, accompanied by the “hammer” of the national guard arrived a few fire brigades.

By this time the fire has engulfed at least three buildings in the district police station, including a large branch of Wells Fargo Bank and a post office.
Law enforcement officers put up a barrier of cars and by the loudspeaker warning people that responding to them would be a violation of the law.
In response from time to time flying in their direction large firecrackers that explode loudly, not reaching the goal. On the other hand, some chose to leave the scene.

Riots broke out in Minneapolis after the death of the African-American George Floyd. In the video depicting his detention shows how the police knocked Floyd and handcuffed him, and one of the officers leaned a knee on his neck. The detainee shouted that he could not breathe, and then lost consciousness. Floyd was taken to the hospital, but he died in intensive care.
The four officers who arrested Floyd has been fired from the police. One of them was charged with manslaughter. The investigation into the death of black joined the FBI declared the case a priority.
Later the riots began in other major U.S. cities: New York, Atlanta (GA), Albuquerque (New Mexico), Fontana, San Jose (California), and Houston (Texas).

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