Las Vegas riot police officer paralyzed

Las Vegas riot police officer paralyzed

A man is connected to a ventilator. His body is paralyzed from his neck, he cannot speak.
Shay Mikalonis, a policeman injured in a head during a riot in Las Vegas, is paralyzed. On Sunday, June 14, reports KSNV.

The family of the victim clarified that the man is conscious, he is connected to a ventilator.

“His body is paralyzed from the neck, he cannot speak,” the victim’s relatives said.

It is established that the 20-year-old Edgar Samaniego shot at the policeman. He was detained on suspicion of attempted murder of a police officer and illegal use of weapons.

Recall that in the United States, mass protests have continued for three weeks against racism and police abuse after the death of African American George Floyd during police detention. One of the policemen put a knee on Floyd’s neck and did not respond to the detainee’s reports that he had difficulty breathing. As a result, the man died in intensive care. This caused widespread protests and riots in the United States and other countries.