Minneapolis mayor asked to introduce the national guard in the city

By | May 28, 2020
Minneapolis mayor asked to introduce the national guard in the city

Minnesota police units have already arrived in the city to strengthen law enforcement by order of the governor.
 
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey appealed to the Minnesota Governor Timothy Waltz to introduce US National Guard units to the city. On Thursday, May 28, Fox News reported that state police had arrived in the city to strengthen law enforcement amid protests over the death of African-American George Floyd, who was detained by police.
 
Earlier, the media, citing police representatives, reported that at least one person was killed during the shooting during the protest.
 
The owner of the pawnshop opened fire when protesters began looting and robbing local supermarkets. The protesters also set fire to an auto parts store.
 
Protests over the death of a detainee by Floyd police began in other cities in the United States. In Los Angeles, several hundred people took to the streets on Wednesday, May 27th. During the rally, clashes with the police occurred and a patrol car was damaged.
 
Demonstrations also took place in Memphis, where at least two people were detained. In Minneapolis itself, riots have been going on for two days.
 
It was reported that in the United States, police were fired after the death of a person during detention. The mayor said that the actions of the police could not be simply a mistaken decision, taken in a split second since the death detention lasted five minutes.

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